This policy explains what data we will collect about you when you use our website and what we will use it for.
Welcome to the section of our website that explains what we do with the data that we collect about you.
When you browse our website at www.gmbt-life.com and enjoy reading the news that we type up for you, we may gather personal information such as your name and any contact details that you give us. The way that you use our website can also tell us your preferences and interests. Hopefully GmBt Life is your main interest so we have that in common. All this is data and you can give it us in a few ways..
a. Signing up for a mailing list will give us information like your name and email address.If you enter any details on the website, then we’ll have that too.
Our internet specialists have chosen the cookies that appear on the website very carefully to ensure that your privacy is respected and protected at all times. These cookies are used in accordance with the current EU Cookie Law.
The types of cookies that we use are:
1. Analytical/Performance cookies – these let us recognise and count the numbers of visitors to the website. We can also see how people navigate around the website which helps us make the experience better.
2. Functionality cookies – Like an old friend we want to say Hello. These cookies will recognise you when you return to our website. By doing this we can personalise our content for you and remember your preferences.
3. Targeting cookies – These help us by recording your visit to gmbt-life.com
They’ll record your visit, the pages you visit and any links that you follow. We use this information to tailor any advertising displayed on here more relevant to your interests. But before we place any cookies on your computer, a pop up will appear to ask for your consent. You don’t have to agree to the cookies, but if you decline then some features of the website might not function fully or as intended.
4. Cookies aren’t for everyone so you can restrict your browser’s use of them – just go to the ‘help’ menu on your internet browser – and if you would like to delete cookies you can do so at any time.
However, deleting cookies from our website can lose information that helps you access this site faster and more efficiently, like your personalisation settings.
5. You can also exercise your control on sites like Facebook and Google where you can see which third parties may be able to target marketing at you while you use their platforms. If you want to stop those organisations from being able to direct their marketing to you while you use their sites then go to facebook.com/ads/preferences and www.google.com/ads/preferences and change your settings.
Now we have you data, what can we do with it?
We will keep your data when you sign up to our mailing list as you’ve asked to be kept informed of all things GmBt Life related, but we will delete it if you ask us to.
What we use your data for.
a. to improve our products / services and make our website the best we can.
b. Based on the information we have about you, we can send you promotional materials like gig details or products that may be of interest to you.
c. We can use it to contact you for market research purposes dependent on the contact information you have given us. We may then use what we have learned from that market research to customise or update our website.
d. Unless we have to by law, then we will not give your data to any third parties unless they are associated to us like our record company or concert promoter. This is so they can inform you about things that you have told us that you want to hear about.
We take security very seriously and will do all we can to prevent breaches in our security to stop third party access to your data that could then be misued. We have defined managerial processes for how we use your data and will put in place the needed electronic and physical security to make sure everything is as safe as possible. However, we need to emphasise that any transmission of information over the internet is not 100% secure and that you ultimately send us your data at your own risk.
The internet is not a lonely place and we can link to other websites. If these websites are not owned by us, then we do not have any control on how they handle your data when you visit them.
Sometimes your data might travel outside of the European Economic Area (EEA). This could happen if our servers or one of our service providers is located in a country outside of the EEA.
Thank you for reading this far. We are nearly at the end, but now we have to look at other legal things..
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