Privacy – The Basics
You’re the owner of the stored data within your account (dashboard).
As SpotOn’s client you’re the owner of the data you store within your dashboard. As are you responsible for the things you do within the dashboard. Your customer’s data is private. Make sure your account is protected by a strong password to prevent unauthorized access. This also goes for the file that is stored on your device when exporting this data. You can protect this file with a password too. SpotOn is not responsible for the way its clients treat their data.
SpotOn does not provide any information, that is stored in the dashboard, to third parties.
SpotOn provides the security of the hard- and software
The hard- and software’s security is provided by SpotOn. Updates will be applied automatically. The hardware will only be updated if the hardware is connected to the internet.
Login & imported data
SpotOn’s client are fully responsible for the login details of their account(s). This also applies to data that collected externally and imported into the dashboard.
Rights as described within the GDRP:
Right to view stored data
You can request a printout of the data about you that’s been stored. The owner of the WiFi-network that’s been used can access this data. They also have the option to delete this data.
Right to delete your stored data
The owner of the WiFi-network can delete your data. You can also use our new opt-out tool to request a permanent data-wipe.
Right of objection
You can object to the use of your personal data and ask for this information to be removed. Contact the owner of the WiFi-network that you’ve used or request a permanent data-wipe with our opt-out tool.
Right of data transfer
You can export the data that’s been stored in the dashboard. This also allows you to copy this data to another party.
Right to limit data-usage
You have to right to limit or deny the use of your personal data when this data is incorrect or used unlawfully.
If you want to know what data is stored about you or if you wish for this data to be deleted, please contact the owner of the WiFi-network you’ve used. They have direct access to their dashboards in which your profile is stored. They’re also able to delete your profile from their database (dashboard).
You also have the option to contact us directly and request a permanent deletion of your profile. This can be done with our opt-out tool. Once you submit the request, we’ll delete your data within two weeks.
When you suspect a minor (under the age of 16y) has shared their data with one of SpotOn’s client, please contact the owner of the WiFi-network to delete this data. You can also contact us directly. The data will be deleted immediately.
Data: storage & processing
Social Media Profile
To use SpotOn’s Social WiFi service, you are required to login. One of the options to login is by using your social media account (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Google Plus). The public information will be collected and stored. Before the connection is made, you’ll also need accept the privacy and/or general terms & conditions of the platform itself (i.e. Instagram).
An other method to connect to SpotOn’s Social WiFi service, is by logging using your e-mail address. The data that will be stored, depends on the data you provide. This can be (one of) the following; first name, last name, gender, date of birth, country and e-mail address.
When connecting to SpotOn’s Social WiFi service, certain details about the device used will be stored. The MAC-address is technically necessary to establish a working connection (make it possible for the hardware involved to communicate with each other). In addition, the OS version (Operation System), the number of connections and the date and time of the last connection will be stored.
Connecting to SpotOn’s Social Wifi service can be done using the following platforms:
Depending on the platform that’s used to connect to SpotOn’s Social Wifi service, the following data can be stored:
Purpose of data-usage
For what purposes will your data be used by Spoton or it’s clients?
The new GDPR legislation, effectively starting May 25th 2018, has led us to modify a few things. Under the guise of transparency, we’d like to share the most relevant changes with our clients.