Legal Bases

Effective Date: 20 August 2019

Recky is committed to providing our members with meaningful information and choices about the information they share with us. European data protection law requires organizations to have legal bases to collect, use, share and otherwise process information about our EU members. If you habitually reside in the European Union, there are particular rights available to you. While some of these rights apply generally, certain rights only apply depending on the legal bases we rely on to process data. We’ve explained these legal bases and your rights below.

Legal Bases

To provide the Recky services

As described in the Terms of Service, the Recky Services cannot be provided, and the Terms of Service cannot be performed, without Recky processing data about you including your location data. Since we process data you provide to us which is necessary to perform our contract with you, you have the right to port or transfer that data if you are habitually resident in the EU.e

With your consent

We ask for your permission to process your information for certain purposes and you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. We ask for your consent to:

When we process data you provide to us based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time via your settings. You also have the right to port or transfer the data.

Legal obligation or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims

We process data where we have a legal obligation to do so, for example, where we’re responding to valid and binding legal process from law enforcement agencies for certain data. See our Privacy Policy, under “Legal Requirements” for more information. In addition, processing may be needed for us to establish, exercise or defend civil or criminal claims in connection with actual or potential litigation including to protect the Recky Services, our property or other legal rights, including those of our members or partners.

To protect vital interests

We process data where it is necessary to protect an interest which is essential to someone’s life or protect any person from serious bodily injury. This includes processing information to combat harmful conduct both on and off of our Services.

Carrying out a task in the public interest

Where laid down by EU law or the law in an EU Member State, we may process members’ data to perform processing in the public interest. This may include protecting against harm and undertaking research for social good. You have the right to object to, and seek restriction of, our processing of your personal data when we process data using this legal basis.

In furtherance of legitimate interests

We process your information for our legitimate interests, and those of third parties, while applying appropriate safeguards that protect your privacy, rights and interests. We do this to:

You have the right to object to, and seek restriction of, our processing of your personal data based on legitimate interests. Please visit your privacy controls if you object to us using your information as part of Heatmap.

Changes to this information

This information may change from time to time, so it should be reviewed frequently for the most up to date information. We will notify you of any changes by updates to this page.