Your Personal Data

Use this section to find out about how and where we store your personal data. We take all areas of personal security very seriously, which includes how we collect, store and use your personal data in accordance with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). 

What data do we have?

Your emergency contacts’ details are a key part of the app. As a result, we hold the data you provide us on behalf of yourself and your emergency contacts. This includes - but is not limited to; full name, phone number, email address and date of birth. 

Data usage

We only collect your information to enhance your user experience. We do not pass your information, or that of your emergency contacts, onto any third parties, nor do we send out marketing emails. The only emails and SMS messages you will receive from us will be in relation to registration or admin (i.e. forgotten passwords). 

Our responsibility to you

We have a legal obligations and responsibilities to you. These include, but are not limited to: 

  1. Ensuring that we only collect, hold, and /or utilise data where you have given your informed consent for us to do so
  2. Complying with your request to access your personal data and even have it removed
  3. To stop using your data if you should request us to do so
  4. Not to share your data unless we have gained your consent to do so for any specific reasons
  5. To make every effort to keep your data safe and report any “data breaches” within the timeframes specified by the regulations

While the GDPR allows our users at any time to withdraw their consent for us to continue using their data, it should be understood that in doing so they will no longer benefit from our full range of services. By consenting to our collection, storage, and use of their data, users are able to access and benefit from the range of services that our app provides.

Your GDPR rights

As of May 25th, 2018, EU citizens have expanded rights to any personal information (data) that is held by business and organisations. This could be for anything from information that an employer holds concerning you as an employee or information that has been collected by a business or organisation in connection with the services it provides.
Individuals are now entitled to gain access to not just the information itself, they are also permitted to request the details of how such data is stored and used. Further, businesses and organisations are only allowed to use such information for the express purposes that were outlined (and agreed to) at the time. That is the time that you gave your fully informed consent for it to be collected, stored, and utilised as outlined.

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