The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces obligations that will impact companies around the world. This law offers a common framework across the European Union (EU) for organizations exposed to personally identifiable information (PII) relating to individuals located in the EU. The GDPR sets a new level and cost of accountability that all organizations – even those that don't do business in Europe – must pay attention to.
You can exercise your rights by submitting request to our support team at email@example.com.
You, as NotSlot Games user, have the right to:
If you do not want to delete your account, but want to temporarily stop using NotSlot Games games, you may deactivate your account instead and activate your account later.
You can erase your personal data any time. Please be advised that by deleting your personal data, all game progress, and virtual goods or currency paid for and/or earned across ALL NotSlot Games games will be terminated. Before doing so, please ensure to review all of the games NotSlot Games makes at: https://notslot.com.
When NotSlot Games collects personal data and determines the purposes and means of processing that personal data – for example, when NotSlot Games stores account information for account registration, administration, services access, or contact information for the NotSlot Games account to provide assistance through Customer Support activities – it acts as a data controller.
We are committed to GDPR compliance across our services and provide GDPR related assurances in our contractual commitments.
All NotSlot Games’s employees are required to sign a confidentiality agreement and complete mandatory privacy trainings, as well as our Code of Conduct training. NotSlot Games’s Code of Conduct specifically addresses responsibilities and expected behavior with respect to the protection of information.
NotSlot Games may share information internally within our family of companies or with third parties for purposes described in this policy. Information collected within the European Economic Area (“EEA”) may, for example, be transferred to countries outside of the EEA for the purposes as described in this policy. We utilize standard contract clauses approved by the European Commission, adopt other means under European Union law, and obtain your consent to legitimize data transfers from the EEA to the United States and other countries.
We contractually commit under our current data processing agreements to maintain a mechanism that facilitates transfers of personal data outside of the EU as required by the GDPR.