Privacy Policy

The excellence of our services is closely linked to the confidentiality that we guarantee to our community members. Personal data protection is a condition that we strictly fulfill, so we want to brief you on the changes to our privacy when the new European Personal Data Protection Regulation enters into force.

We collect and process personal data for the purpose of transmitting newsletters and news from the Breaking News system via e-mail or telephone number that we collect with your consent. The information is stored in the internal database for our subscribers and is secured by the technical and organizational measures adopted by us in order to avoid the risk of a security error. Through the statistical platforms, keep track of the rate of reading and opening a newsletter sent to analyze the quality of the service and the relevance of the articles we share. Our site presents articles, news, important information about the gaming industry, and we distribute these articles to our subscribers via email. We also offer subscription services to our magazine. The personal data processed in this case are those required for the delivery of the magazine to the address mentioned and payment of the subscription.

We do not process sensitive data.

Do not submit your data to any third party or third party. Also, you do not pass on data outside of the European Economic Area. If any changes are made to these policies, we will notify you in advance.

Keep your data for a time determined by your willingness to be subscribed to nosastre services. If statistics tell us that the newsletter you sent was never opened by you or if no feedback was found for more than 1 year, we will automatically unsubscribe and delete your data.

With the entry into force of the new regulation you will have a series of rights with respect to your personal data.

– You have the right to be forgotten – to delete the data on request after checking your identity.
– You have the right to rectify your personal data
– You have the right to oppose data processing if you consider it abusive
– You have the right to be informed about your data processing
– You have the right to file a complaint with the Control Authority (ANSPDCP).

All these rights can be exercised at: