You share your personal information with us by creating a 360Player account. We handle your personal data in the following situations:
Information we collect
When you create and use an account on our platform, or provide information on our public website, we receive personal data about you. In the table below, we indicate which categories of personal data are processed, for which purpose and with the support of which legal basis the processing takes place when you use our Services. Where applicable, we also state how long we retain your personal data.
If the user has not met the age requirements to approve the conditions regarding personal data themselves, the guardian needs to approve these by creating/approving the creation of the user account for the minor.
Here is how the information we collect is used
We receive part of the personal data in the tables above from you.
If you have a 360Player account and use our Services, we can show your profile name, profile photo, and activities on your 360Player account or in external applications that are linked to the 360Player account (such as your member organization’s websites) in our Services and in other commercial contexts. We respect your settings and the choices you make regarding limited sharing and visibility in the 360Player account when applicable.
As a user of 360player, we can send you electronic marketing regarding news about our Services. If you do not want such marketing, you can always choose to refuse or not to give such consent.
If you have given consent, you always have the right to withdraw it, or to object to us processing your personal data for direct marketing.
Data treatment outside of the EU/EEA
Your personal data may be stored on servers or otherwise processed by our Services providers outside the EU/EEA.
When your personal data is processed outside the EU/EEA, we always ensure that there is an adequate level of protection and that suitable protective measures are taken. One such safeguard could be the use of the European Commission's standard contractual clauses. The standard contractual clauses are available on the European Commission's website.
Openness and choice
Different users have different views of privacy. We want to be clear about what information we collect, so you can make informed decisions about how to use it.
If you want to change or limit how cookies are used on your device, you can do so in your browser settings. There you can also choose to delete previously stored cookies.
If you change or restrict how cookies are used, it may affect your experience and the functionality of our Services and website.
Information that you share
In many of our Services, you can share information with others. Keep in mind that information you share publicly may be indexed by Google and other search engines. In our Services, you can choose how to share and delete content that you shared.
Information we share
We share personal data with our IT providers to the extent that it is necessary to be able to provide and manage the operation of our Services. Upon request, your personal data may be disclosed to authorities or courts.
We do not share personal information with companies, organizations or individuals outside of 360Player except in the following situations:
We can share information that can not be linked to a specific individual in public and with our partners – eg. publishers, advertisers, or linked sites. For example, we can share information publicly to show trends in how our Services are used generally.
We work hard to protect 360Player and our users against unauthorized access, modification, disclosure or destruction of information we administer. Specific safety precautions:
We encrypt many of our Services with SSL.
We review our procedures for collecting, storing and processing data, including physical security measures, to protect against unauthorized access to systems.
We limit access to personal information to 360Players employees, suppliers, and agents who need the information in order to process them on behalf of us. They are bound to strict confidentiality by contract and may be disciplined or terminated if they do not meet the requirements.
We keep your information private and secure – and it’s you who control them.
We want you to access your personal information regardless of when using our Services. If the information is incorrect, we will allow you to easily update or remove it – provided that the information is not stored for valid business purposes or for legal reasons. When you update your personal information, we may require you to confirm your identity before we perform the action.
When we can provide access to data and correction, we will do it free of charge, except in cases where it requires disproportionate work. We aim to keep our Services in such a way that information is not destroyed by mistake or through malicious processes. Therefore, removing information in our Services may take a while before copies of the deleted information will disappear from our active servers. In addition, the information may remain in our backup system.
When we process your personal data, you have rights and the opportunity to influence how we process your personal data. Among other things, you have the following rights:
You have the right to receive a copy of the personal data we process about you. If you contact us to obtain a copy of your personal data, we will ask you to identify yourself. This is important because only you have the right to access personal data about yourself.
You can contact us at any time and ask us to correct incorrect or incomplete information.
In certain circumstances, you have the right to ask us to delete your personal data. This applies if:
In some cases, you can request to obtain, and use, your personal data elsewhere. This right applies if we process personal data that (i) you yourself have provided to us for processing that (ii) is based on your consent or to fulfill the agreement with you, and (iii) if the processing takes place automatically.
If you believe that your personal data is not processed correctly or that we do not respect your rights as a data subject, please contact us at email@example.com or the Swedish Data Protection Authority (www.imy.se).
The legal entity providing the Services is 360Player AB (Reg.no. 556880-6862), Sveavägen 159, 113 46 Stockholm, Sweden. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.