Privacy Hub

Protecting Personal Data

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a unified regulation that is designed to harmonize data privacy laws throughout Europe. This new regulation offers citizens in the European Union (EU) greater transparency and controls over how their personal data is used by others. We generally feel this is a good idea and will use this for all other regions in the world as well.

What is personal data: Any data that relates to a Subject (i.e. an individual), that either is identified or can be identified based on that or other data. Essentially, any data you store that relates to a natural person, whether or not you know their identity or just know enough about them that they might be identified.

Here is all the info Radar has about you.

The only personal information stored is if you have bought something or signed up for something like an email list.

GDPR things

Subject: A natural person, i.e. an individual. Basically... you.

Data Controller: The entity that collects and processes data on subjects. This is the company/person/band that you felt like you were submitting your personal data to.

Enter your email address and we'll send you a link showing you what we do know about you - based on your email address.

Promogogo is the platform running Radar and other sites.

Since you may want to know if some of our other clients or ourselves have collected any data about you here's an easy way to find out:

We're not about collecting data without explicit consent - and even then we think usage should be limited.

GDPR things

Data Processor: An entity that processes data on behalf of a data controller. Basically... us

Enter your email address and we'll send you a link showing you what we do know about you - based on your email address.