Our Privacy and Data Policy

You should probably get a number of e-mails lately if you are not staying in a forest.
They'll all say you are required to do it by 25 May. Probability is it was something along the lines of "Press this icon if you would like to start getting our newsletters."
(And even though you live in a cave, someone is possibly knocking on your rock and asking, "You have to chisel your name on this stone tablet...")
Why?
The possible cause is GDPR–the Law on General Data Security. It's a recent piece of European Integration law that concerns companies or organizations that keep data on EU people–if they are within or outside the EU. We are no different–and so we have laid out below our privacy and data policy: why we are gathering your information, what we are gathering, how we are holding it and what we are going to do if you no longer wish us to retain your personal information. The rules regulating GDPR might be a bit confusing for some people. We have tried our best to make them clearer and as accessible as practicable. However if you are having any concerns after you've done skimming through these regulations, please feel free to email us and let us know and we would love to guide and help you.
Why?
So what’s GDPR?
So what’s GDPR?
It is a rule on all members within the European Union and the European Economic Area under EU legislation concerned with data protection and privacy. It even includes transmitting the data beyond the EU–because if you're an American organization, for instance, and you're working with information from EU people, you've got to abide by GDPR. The primary purpose is to grant users somewhat greater authority over their private details and it came into force on Friday 25 May 2018. The law allows' data processors' to report what information is being gathered if it is it is being gathered, how and when it is being stored, and for how much time it is being held and whether it is being circulated with some third party or not. Let us now move on to the details...
The Data Protection Officer
For most businesses and organizations the DPO is mostly a significant individual. Any public body or company that handles sensitive information on a daily basis will provide a Data Privacy Officer responsible for maintaining compliance with the GDPR rules and reporting any data violation within 72 hours if it impacts consumer privacy.
The Data Protection Officer
Who are we?
Let us shed some light on the most important things first: Who are we? We're basically are a web site for analysis and details. Our goal is to provide you with all the details you have to make the best possible decision when you want to sign up with online sports betting. We achieve it by investigating all the sports betting and gaming suppliers out there on a daily basis, submitting what we think to be positive feedback and securing on your account exclusive deals, incentives and "freebies" In particular, we're going to help you pick online sports betting and assist you to get the best deals from that sports betting.
Supposing I want to contact you?
No problem at all: we’d be happy to hear from you. If you have a general question about the site, then contact us at [email protected] If you have an online sport betting that you’d like us to feature, then contact our commercial team on [email protected] Finally – and the most important thing – if you have a query about your personal info then you should approach our Data Protection Officer, whose email address is: [email protected]
Population Metrics
There is evidence that is fully anonymized–which may in no way be "reversed" to expose the identity. Let me further clarify what this looks like. Suppose you are first visiting our page. When you do that, we instantly allocate you a random number, which is saved on your computer in a cookie (a little piece of info). With each section you pass, you get one cookie. The cycle begins again every time you visit our web–if you have not removed your cookies. And why are we doing this? As it is essential for us to monitor what pages people are visiting, and how they switch from page to page. But what is relevant is the anonymous, confidential info. We don't monitor person visits–but you can do it by following the details here if you choose to opt-out of our population metrics:
  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Safari
  • Internet Explorer
  • Microsoft Edge
Personal Data
In one situation we gather personal details only–when you voluntarily choose to get our newsletter. Then we take your e-mail address and we gather all of that. We'll give you a confirmation e-mail because you're already conscious. If you respond to this, we will begin the procedure of sending you daily e-mails. Nevertheless, if anyone refuses to respond to the e-mail. If you find you like to opt-out of the e-mails you get from us, there are two way in which you can confirm that: • Click on the unsubscribe button on each e-mail we are sending you • You can also E-mail our DPO and request for a subscription. The address is [email protected] we will delete you from our e-mail list in all instances, and eliminate all details that we keep on you. If you're uncertain whether you're on our email list or not then you can easily find that out by e-mailing our DPO at the address which we have provided you above.
The data we hold about you
If for instance, we do not collect any personal data, we would not be able to function properly or efficiently-so we're offering you the choice to determine what data we carry. This we do by grouping our details into two different categories: population measurements and personal data
Active Campaign
We are using an outside company, like all the other majority of businesses and organizations, to deliver our e-mails and track such interesting information as open rates and click on any links in the e-mail. The company we use is named Active Campaign and this link leads you to their homepage if you have to learn anything about them then here is their website: https:/www.activecampaign.com
How does it work?
When you have signed up for our newsletters, your email address is kept safe with Active Campaign. When one of our marketing managers has composed an e-mail, they use the related details for sending it out to the Active Campaign. Active Campaign tracks our answer stats and as above, every e-mail will give you the right to unsubscribe if you don't want to hear from us anymore.
A table!
I also condensed "the narrative so far". The table outlines all the information that we receive, the sorting that we perform, who will view the data, how long they keep it for and who gathers the information. Keep in mind, you are required not to hesitate to approach our DPO if you have any concerns about this–or any part of our data collection.
Policy No.1

Privacy Matters

Twitter Inc.

1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA, 94043 USA

Google DPO

Google Analytics is a group of tools that gather and utilize data for predictive analysis and to monitor and automate online ads.

Our Usage

We use Google Analytics to refine our website templates, gain insight into common apps, detect use trends, and monitor our promotional content delivery and, more broadly, better understand our audience in terms of regional reach, demographics and user habits.

Anonymous

Ad Views, Analytics, Browser Information, Cookie Data, Date/Time, Demographic Data, Hardware/Software Type, Internet Service Provider, Page Views, Serving Domains

Pseudonymous

Search History, Location Based Data

Personally Identifiable Information

IP Address, Unique Device ID

Data Sharing

Google can share aggregate data, Confidential data and PII data with third parties, just not with us. Personally, identifiable Data Details can often be exchanged with third parties.

Data Retention

Your data is stored indefinitely

Policy No.2

Twitter, Inc.

1355 Market Street,

Suite 900,

San Francisco CA 94103

California

USA

[email protected]

Twitter Button and Twitter Syndication are two Twitter-owned social network trackers.
Twitter can collect details about users anytime they use the Twitter button (including posting and sharing) or toolbar, and a Twitter cookie will be saved on their computer.

Our Usage

Twitter uses the details it collects from its button and syndication trackers to tailor marketing material, like personalized advertising, that Twitter presents to You.
Twitter often uses the data for the reasons defined in its privacy policy, which involves the sale of aggregate data to third parties, for which a connection is given below.

Anonymous

Analytics, Browser Information, Cookie Data, Date/Time, Demographic Data, Hardware/Software Type, Internet Service Provider, Interaction Data, Page Views

Pseudonymous

Search History, Location Based Data

Personally Identifiable Information

IP Address, Device ID, Name, Address, Phone Number, Email Address, Login, Financial Information

Data Sharing

The exchange of collective, confidential, and publicly identified data with third parties. Special data types shall, therefore, be exchanged with third parties.

Data Retention

Your data retention period is based on your profile setting with Twitter.

Please contact Twitter for more information.

Policy No.3

1601 Willow Road,

Menlo Park,

California CA 94025

USA

Data Portal

Contact DPO

Facebook Impressions is a piece of code that counts the total number of views, previews, and actions that a Facebook page receives in a given period and also tracks traffic sent to Our website from Facebook. This information is provided to us in a totally anonymous way and is made accessible to us through the Facebook Insights dashboards

Our Usage

Facebook Impressions is used to enable Us to research the efficiency and effectiveness of Our marketing through the Facebook platform. This enables Us to gain an insight on Our web marketing in relation to the Actions undertaken on Our Facebook Page including how many times our ads were viewed, and what actions they have resulted in.

Anonymous

Browser Information, Date/Time, Demographic Data, Hardware/Software Type, Internet Service Provider, Interaction Data, Page Views

Pseudonymous

Location-Based Data

Personally Identifiable Information

IP Address, Name, Address, Phone Number, Email Address, Login

Data Sharing

The exchange of collective, confidential, and publicly identified data with third parties. Special data types shall, therefore, be exchanged with third parties.

Data Retention:

Your data is stored for about six months

Your rights: our obligations
GDPR grants you some privileges and we and all the businesses and organizations that manage your data place those responsibilities on us.
When we have your data you can take the following step at any point: You can exercise your “right to be forgotten” Yes, I know it sounds like Blofeld on a bad day. “I will exercise your right to be forgotten, Mr. Bond…” Yet what it does say is just that. You may ask us to erase any of the details that we keep regarding you.
We'll do that and forward your request to all appropriate third-party vendors within 28 days of your submission.
You may order us to cease processing the data
Yet what it does say is just that. You may ask us to erase any of the details that we keep regarding you. We'll do that and forward your request to all appropriate third-party vendors within 28 days of your submission.
You may order us to cease processing the data
In this case, we will give you an e-mail file containing all the details we have gathered about you. Before we submit this out, please remember that we will need to check your identification and/or contact details: in such a situation, our DPO will notify you to collect the information needed.
You can ask us to rectify your data
When you believe any of the details we carry about you is inaccurate or wrong, you may ask us to fix the details. We would also transfer the query on to appropriate third-party vendors, mentioned above.
You can impose restrictions on the processing of your data
It's reasonable to assume we are restricting our data processing to the absolute minimum now. This is the sum of data that is essential to us, not the individual data, as we discussed above. Nonetheless, GDPR places you in charge of how your data is handled and we must comply with your order if you decide to place any more limits on how we use your personal details.
You can object to profiling and/or direct marketing
We provide exclusive discounts or marketing initiatives often on our website. We do so because we feel that the deals would help our website customers, so if you do not want to see them then we will respect your preference and take the appropriate steps.
Finally, you can ask that we move your data to a third-party location
…And like all the points above, we respect the decisions of all our clients.
Complaints
You can always contact our DPO if you have complains or issues as to how we handle your data.
Likewise, you can always email our DPO to use some of the above-mentioned rights–or simply to ensure that we are doing our utmost to secure your data and that we are utilizing it appropriately.
That’s it…
Thanks for having read so far. We understand GDPR is a complex subject, but we tried our utmost to make it as easy as possible.
Rest assured we have always taken very seriously our responsibilities about your information, and we will continue to do so in the future.
We would focus as much on this as we do to get you the latest ratings, deals, and rewards for sports betting. The casinomentor.com team