In order to justify the processing of personal data, one of the following must apply: The individual has given you consent; the processing is necessary to fulfill a contract; there is a legal obligation behind the processing; there are vital interests; the processing aids a public task; or there is a legitimate interest from you or a third party involved.
At our Website: Users will be informed and prompted to opt-in to all non-essential cookies, with a detailed look into their use and the data’s destination.To learn more about which cookies are utilized both in the panel and in our website, please visit the following link.
Users have the right to withdraw his or her consent at any time, when it comes to data processing that is based on user consent.
Email: All automatic email communications offer an unsubscribe option, both for email notifications regarding the Online Panel (notification settings), and commercial or marketing email listings and communications (unsubscribe). Direct communications from Prey to users regarding the service’s functioning, contractual changes, and/or service modifications remain untouched by this regulation.
Services: If necessary, users can fully opt-out from Prey’s services by deleting their accounts at any given moment.
Access: Right to know what personal data are contained in a file.Rectification: Right to rectify incorrect or incomplete data in a file.Cancellation: Right to cancel and block incorrect data in a file.Opposition: Right to oppose certain, specific processing of personal data within a file.
Rectification: All personal data related to the account, email and name, can be directly modificated through the account’s Settings.
Cancellation: An user can cancel or block its basic personal data by deleting their Prey account using the Online Panel. As for all data generated by Prey’s use and applications, see Deletion, below.
Opposition: It doesn’t apply to the personal data handled by Prey’s service (name and email). However as it was mentioned before, users can opt-out of any data processing that is not directly necessary to the service’s proper functioning (cookies, mailing lists, notifications). When it comes to personal data generated by the app (device location), Prey acts only when requested and the user can stop its use at any given moment and block any automatic actions, for example, by disabling constant tracking.
Users have the right to request and receive all personal data concerning him or her that has been provided to a controller. This data has to be delivered in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format with the proper rights to export said data onto a new platform without any obstructions.
Data protection impact assessment
Security audits will continue to be carried out by this team.