1.1 The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the regulation within European law that provides data protection to all individuals in the European Union or the European Economic Area.
1.2 Europe's GDPR rules are the world's strongest data protection rules. The legislation builds on the first data protection rules introduced in the 1990s by integrating technological advances and knowledge about how tech companies process data.
2.1 The GDPR holds two principles in high regard: data processor obligations and data subject rights.
2.2 Data processors find their obligations laid out in Article 28:
3.1 Rights of the data subject
3.2 Privacy principles of the GDPR
4.1 Your info helps us deliver services you have with NZBreader and to do things like tell you about programs, offers and things we think be interesting for you. We collect your details in many ways, such as:
5.1 Your information simply goes towards bringing you a better service. We use your data for things like:
6.1 We care about your privacy
8.1 We use your information for lots of reasons such as telling you what’s new, handling your queries and sending your bill.
8.5 We work very hard to protect your privacy and have taken key steps in protecting it. We have various technical and operational solutions, including using password protection, encryption, firewalls, intrusion detection and access controls.
9.1 Access to your information
9.2 Rectifying your information
9.3 Erasing your information
9.5 Restriction of Processing
9.6 Object to Processing
9.7 Rights concerning Automated Decisions