General Data Protection Regulation
The management and protection of the personal data of an online user is an obligation for any website since the end of May 2018. This law aimed at protecting users is applied both within the European Union and in the rest of the world.
Before that, the European Parliament adopted in April 2016 the General Data Protection Regulation, or in short the GDPR. It is a set of rules designed to improve existing protections surrounding the personal data and privacy of citizens of the European Union. This regulation is created to strengthen and unify data protection legislation within the European Union.
GDPR defines as personal data "Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person". It can be a name as well as a physical address, a photo, an e-mail address, bank details or the IP address of a computer.
Personal data refers to information about a person who can be identified from this data or by crossing this data with other information to make the person identifiable.
Protection of your data at intraactionart.com
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Data Protection of your Player Account with an Operator
Now that the GDPR is in effect, operators are responsible for making updates so that their customers can use their services with confidence.
If you decide to register with any operator, the transmission of your supporting documents (identity, home, bank) is inevitable since the latter has the obligation to verify the age and ability to play of its new registrants.
Also, the operator has a duty to undertake to comply with the GDPR with regard to the processing of your personal data. In addition, you must help you better protect your most sensitive personal data.
Any site processing personal data has an obligation to obtain the clear and informed consent of the user. Usually, this is done when registering on a site (when you complete the registration form). The policy on the use of personal data must specify for what purpose this data is collected and how it will be used.
Good to know: The user has the right to request that he be provided with documentation containing all the information that a company has about him. Profiling can be chosen on a case-by-case basis, possibly meaning the end of unwanted SMS or promotional emails and the establishment of solicitations in harmony with their tastes and preferences.
Whenever you decide to stop using the services of a website, after a certain period of time, that site will delete your personal data from its database and it is no longer accessible. Your personal data should also not be kept longer than necessary to achieve the objective defined in the initial request (subject to overriding legal obligations under which the operator could fall, in accordance with the conditions of his license).