We prioritize your privacy when you visit our website, Use Scarlet App, at Scarletios.net. Are you curious about the data we gather and how we use it? Continue reading.
Your Privacy at ScarletiOS.net
Questions? Reach Out to Us!
Consent and Understanding
What Data We Gather and Why
We may receive your name, email, phone number, and any other information you choose to submit when you contact us.
Registration of Accounts
Create a new account? We’ll need your name, company, address, email, and phone number in order to get in touch with you.
How We Use Your Information
We make use of your information:
- Maintaining, enhancing, and expanding our website
- Gaining insight into how you use it
- Developing new goods including products, features, and services
- Staying in touch with you for news, special offers, or customer support
- Emailing you, fending off crooks
Analytics with Log Files
Scarlet App stores log files, just as other websites. They assist us in managing our website and trend analysis. They don’t divulge personal information, so don’t be concerned.
Ads and Cookies
Partners in Advertising and Privacy
Our advertising partners might employ tools like cookies. They can monitor the success of their advertisements but cannot access personal information through us.
Privacy of Third Parties
We have no control over external websites. For more information, always check their privacy policies.
Control Your Cookies
You want to manage cookies. You can do that with the aid of your web browser.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
Californians, hello! You can request that we
- Disclose the personal data we have about you
- Remove any personal data we have about you
- Not sell your personal data
Rights to Data Protection under GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union law that safeguards individuals’ personal data. Under GDPR, individuals have specific rights concerning their personal data that organizations must respect. These rights empower individuals with control over their data and how it is used. Here are some of these essential rights
- Having access to your data
- Making necessary corrections
- If necessary, deleting your data
- Limiting or objecting to processing
- Transferring your data to another service or to you directly
1. Having Access to Your Data
You have the right to know what personal data an organization holds about you and how it’s being used. This information should be provided to you upon request, and it allows you to understand what data is being processed and for what purposes.
2. Making Necessary Corrections
If you discover that the personal data an organization holds about you is incorrect or incomplete, you have the right to request corrections. This ensures that your data remains accurate and up-to-date.
3. If Necessary, Deleting Your Data
Also known as the “right to be forgotten,” this right allows you to request the deletion of your personal data under certain circumstances. If the data is no longer necessary for its original purpose, you withdraw your consent, or the processing is unlawful, you can request that the organization delete your data.
4. Limiting or Objecting to Processing
You can object to the processing of your personal data if you believe it’s being used unlawfully or if you have legitimate reasons that outweigh the organization’s interests. You can also request that your data processing be restricted while any disputes are being resolved.
5. Transferring Your Data to Another Service or to You Directly
The right to data portability enables you to obtain your personal data from one organization and transfer it to another. This facilitates switching between services or platforms while retaining your data history. You can also request that your data be provided to you directly in a commonly used format.
These rights give you more control and transparency over how your personal data is managed by organizations. Organizations that process personal data are legally obligated to respect and fulfill these rights as outlined by the GDPR.
We prioritize keeping children safe online. Please let us know if you think we have information on a child under 13 so we can get rid of it.
- By email: [email protected]