There are three main ways in which we collect personal information about you:
1. Information you choose to give us.
2. Information we get when you use our services.
3. Information we get from third parties.
WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? AND WHEN?
During the checkout on our site store we collect:
- Your Name
- Your Email Address
- Your IP address
We collect this personal information in order to quickly process your transactions and provide us with proof of your purchase. In order to keep a record of customer purchases and potentially process a refund we must keep your personal details so we can grant you access to re-download the file/s. We therefore, keep your personal information until it is no longer needed to provide the products and services to you.
When Subscribing to our Newsletter through a Subscription form we collect:
- Your Email Address
- Your Country
- Your IP
We collect this personal information in order to send emails providing information on future free downloads, news, tutorials and to market our Products. We collect IP & Country origin as proof of consent when you subscribe to our emails (as per GDPR Laws). We keep this information indefinitely or until you opt-out by unsubscribing from our newsletter.
When filling out a Contact form we collect:
- Your Email address
- Your Name
We collect this personal information in order to personalise your experience and respond to your inquiry. We do not store this information on our systems we only use this as a mean for users to email/contact us.
When writing blog comments we collect:
When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
Cookies are text files that are stored in a computer system via an Internet browser.
In order for this site to run at its full potential we use third party cookies for services they provide. We have good faith that any external third party acting on our behalf will process and protect data they collect through this site within GDPR compliance.
- Keep track of our advertisements on other sites/apps such as Facebook and Instagram
- Compile analytical data (using Google Analytics)
- Save users shopping cart preferences for future visits
- Make site pages load faster.
We use Google Analytics to compile aggregate data about site traffic and site interaction such as clicks, page views, load times, the city and country users in, web browser type, date of purchase, time spent on site, time spent on individual pages and pages users visited before or after navigating to our website.
These analytics dont store personal information such as name, email or IP address just site interaction and general location.
How long does Google Analytics store data for? 14 Months and then the information is automatically deleted.
We also use third party cookies such as ‘Facebook’s Pixel’ to allow us to measure interactions on our site. We do this market our products to potential customers through site interaction. This works in two ways
For example if you click a link from an ad to our site on Facebook (or Facebook affiliates like Instagram, messenger or their audience network) we can use these statistics from these cookies to know if these ads are driving traffic to our site.
Or if you interacted with our site, you maybe presented with our Facebook ads in the future.
Potential Cookies from Soundcloud & Youtube:
Pages on this site may include embedded content from either Soundcloud or Youtube.
SECURITY & SHARING OF INFORMATION?
We Use a SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate provided by 1&1 for our users experience. (all pages on the website are https:// not http://)
Our website is scanned on a regular basis for security purposes to make your visit as safe as possible.
We do not share any personal information you provide to us during your experience on your site.
3rd Party services may share your information based on your site interaction through their cookies (see cookies section above) As stated above we have good faith that these 3rd party services are in compliance with GDPR and have sufficient security measures in place to protect any data they process.
YOUR RIGHTS – OPTING OUT
OPTING OUT OF COOKIES:
Analytical Cookies – We honour do not track signals and do not track, plant analytical cookies when a Do Not Track (DNT) browser mechanism is in place.
Facebook Ads & Targeting – You are able to set your ad preferences to determine the ads (including ours) displayed across your Facebook experience here: Facebook Ad Preferences
You can usually remove or reject browser cookies through the settings on your browser or device.
OPTING OUT OF EMAILS:
Email: If you are subscribed to our email newsletter, follow the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email and we will promptly remove you from our email list.
Or alternatively you can email us (using the email below) and we can remove it for you.
1. You have the right to:
a) ask to be presented all information we have about you and correct any false information
b) be forgotten and have all information about you erased from our systems… (this could compromise our refund policy) but you still have the right of erasure.
UPDATED On the 24th May, 2018
All Antidote Audio Preset and Sample packs sold to you on this website are 100% royalty free for personal use only! These sounds are licensed to you, not sold to you. Redistribution and packaging is strictly prohibited.
Antidote Audio LTD
Auckland, New Zealand