We’re all over privacy

We’re all over privacy

The European Union’s New General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into effect in May, 2018.

In late June, California’s legislators adopted the California Consumer Privacy Act, one of the toughest US regulations to target tech, which will come into effect in January 2020 and puts pressure on US Congress to pass tougher federal laws.

Read the Washington Post’s story here.

As many of our subscribers are based in Europe and the USA, we have checked to ensure our Privacy Policy reflects the new European and Californian standards.

Futureye’s privacy policy

Futureye is committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring that your personal information is collected and used properly, lawfully and transparently in compliance with Australian law and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).

What we collect and what we do with your information

Futureye maintains a data base of subscribers to our newsletter. The newsletter is produced quarterly and an email is forwarded to subscribers, with a list of articles and links to each story on our website.

Our data base includes subscriber names and email addresses.

We do not share our subscriber list with third parties.

Each newsletter gives subscribers the opportunity to update their details (name, email address) or to unsubscribe from the newsletter.

If you wish to unsubscribe, we will remove your details from our data base. If you request it, we will provide you with the details you have asked us to delete. You can contact us about this policy by email: info@futureye.com or phone: +61 (3) 8636 1111.

Protecting each client’s confidential information

Futureye’s client contracts detail our extensive obligations to keep information provided to us by clients confidential. If you would like to see the standard contract obligations, please email us to request a copy.

The Futureye team

October 2018