1. The Information We Collect and When
In connection with the Services, we collect and store personal information about and from you when you - Visit our website - Register on and use our app and/or website - Upload music through our app and/or website - Make a payout through our app, website and the provided payout method - Make a payment through our app, website and the provided payment methods Invite or have invited someone to the PRO tools. - Contact customer support or in any other way contact us - Connect to us through third party services - Connect to third party services via us - Sign up to one of our newsletters
Registration data When you create a user account with the Services, we will ask for username, artist name, password, mobile phone number, email address, date of birth, address, postal code and country. If you connect to the Service using credentials from a third party like Google or Facebook, you authorize us to collect your authentication information, such as your username and encrypted access credentials. We may also collect other information available, like your name, profile picture, age, country, hometown, email address, date of birth and gender. You can also voluntarily provide us with your Soundcloud, Instagram and/or Twitter account username.
Music upload and creator data When you upload music via our app or website, some additional personal information is provided by you when you do. This includes: Audio files Track/album titles Artwork Artist name Name of songwriter(s) Name of other contributors (if applicable) Information on whether you’re a label, artist, manager or producer etc. We also collect information about how your music streams on distribution platforms. Usage information When you use or interact with the Service, we collect information about how the Service is accessed and used. This information includes: Information on how you interact with our Service Content that you post to the Service; and Technical data, which may include URL information, location, session time, cookie data, which ad platform you came from, IP address, and the device and network ID you are using to access or connect to the Service. Payment Data When you make a payout through our third party payment provider, we may receive information like personal identification number, name, address, VAT-number and whether you’re a private person or a business, from them. We only obtain enough information to be able to make the payout, to comply with our legal (including, but not limited to, tax) obligations and to prevent and detect fraud. When you make a payment through a third party provider, we may receive information like name, address from them. We only obtain enough information to be able to process the payment, comply with applicable laws and third party provider terms as well as provide you with services. Information from third party sources We may integrate with third party sources from time to time and may receive information about you from them. If you choose to use features provided by Amuse that connect to your third party online profiles, accounts or services, we may collect information upon your approval. For example, if you prelove an amuse.io release on Spotify, we may collect information from Spotify about your listening activity. TSTMKR Sounds When inviting a person to TSTMKR Sounds, you will provide email address or telephone number of the person you wish to invite. Make sure you have the approval from the person to do so. The person you invite will receive an email from us, stating your username. If you are invited to access the AMUSE PRO tools, we will receive access to your email address or telephone number. We will send you an email with information about the user who invited you. If you accept the invite, you will have to register an Account with Amuse.
3. For How Long Do We Store It? The data we collect from you will be held for as long as: You use our Services We have to because of legal reasons and obligations We need to process any payments remaining and/or owed to you We need to, to prevent fraud, stream farming and any criminal activity
5. Transfer to Other Countries If you’re a resident of Switzerland or the EEA, you understand that your information may be transferred to and stored outside of that area. The country it is transferred to might not have the same protection laws as your country. However, if we do transfer your information, we will make sure that we protect your personal data in accordance with the GDPR requirements and set up contracts with those parties to ensure this.
6. Children We do not let children under the age of 18 to register with our Services and therefore, we do not knowingly collect personal information from children. If you are under the age of 18, please do not provide us with any personal information. If you are a guardian of a child under the age of 18 and become aware that your child has provided personal information to us, please contact Customer Support and you may request to access any information stored and/or cancel the Service.
7. How We Protect Your information Your security is important to us. We always do our best to maintain administrative, technical and physical safeguards to help protect your personal information from loss, misuse, unauthorised access, disclosure, alteration or disclosure. Since the Internet can’t be 100% secure, make sure you protect your password and username to prevent anyone from accessing your information.
8. Your Rights, How to Contact Us and Complaints You are always entitled to receive information on data we have on you, free of charge. You also have the right to request to be erased and to get any inaccurate personal data blocked or corrected. Where we rely on consent to process your data, you can withdraw this consent at any time. Contact us! To send a request, please contact us at Customer Support with your name, username and the email address you used when you registered with us. If you’re not happy with how we handle your information, please contact us email@example.com If you have a complaint in relation to the processing of your data, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory data authority. The contact details of the Swedish supervisory data authority can be found here.
10. Cookies We and others working on our behalf employ cookies and related technologies to store information on or read information from your browser or device. They help us improve your experience, our Service and our marketing activities. Your web browser is probably set to accept cookies by default. You can choose to change this to remove and reject cookies. If you do, this might affect certain features on our Service and some things might not work. If you use our Service on a mobile device, you can limit tracking and targeting in relation to ads. We cannot, however, control these opt out processes. You can also check www.aboutcookies.org to find out more on how you change your browser settings. Sometimes we use pixel tags. The pixel tags are placed on certain web pages and when you access those web pages, the pixel tag generates a generic notice of the visit and permits us to ser or read our cookies. They are used together with cookies to track activity on a site by a particular device. If you turn off cookies, we can only see anonymous website visits. We may use the following types of cookies: Strictly necessary cookies. These cookies are required for the operation of our site. Analytical/performance cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and see how visitors move around our Services. This helps us improve our Service. Mobile Device Identifiers and SDKs. Sometimes we use or partner with app developer platforms that use mobile SDKs to collect information, such as mobile identifiers (e.g., IDFAs and Android Advertising IDs) and information connected to how mobile devices interact with our Service and those using our Service.