Parties involved with the processing of your data may be located in a different country than you are. No matter where you are located, we are securing your personal data as much as reasonably possible.
If your data is transferred from the EU to a party located outside the EU, we call this an 'EU transfer' (see this link for an overview of the EU countries). If your data is transferred from the UK to a party located outside the UK, we call this a 'UK transfer'. EU transfers and UK transfers are legitimized in the manner described below. You may contact us for information on the legitimization of other data transfers.
EU transfers. An EU transfer EUcan in the first place be legitimized based on an adequacy decision of the European Commission, in which it is decided that the (part within the) third country in question ensures an adequate level of data protection. See this link for a summary of the applicable adequacy decisions.
UK transfers. A UK transfer can in the first place be legitimized based on an adequacy regulation of the UK government. See this link for an overview of the applicable adequacy regulations.
If an EU transfer and/or UK transfer takes place for which there is no adequacy decision or adequacy regulation in place, we agree on the applicability of the relevant version of the Standard Contractual Clauses with the relevant party. This is a standard contract to safeguard the protection of your data, which is approved by the European Commission in which the parties fill out the appendices. See this link for the various versions of the Standard Contractual Clauses for the EU. Where appropriate, additional safeguards should be taken. Where the UK GDPR is applicable, a UK Addendum will be added to the Standard Contractual Clauses mentioned above, as required by UK law and regulations (see this link).
In specific situations we can also rely on the derogations as specified in applicable law to legitimize the EU transfer and/or UK data transfer. This could mean that we may transfer your data: (i) with your explicit consent, (ii) if this is necessary for the performance of a contract that has been concluded with you or has been concluded in your interest, or (iii) if this is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims. Lastly, in exceptional cases we may also transfer your data if the data transfer is necessary for our compelling legitimate interests and is not overridden by your interests or rights and freedoms.
You can contact us if you want additional information via our contact details as stated at the bottom of this Privacy Statement.
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Personal data storage and processing
We collect and process your personal data only with your willing consent. With your permission, we can collect and process the following data: none. Collection and processing of your personal information is carried out in accordance with the laws of the European Union and the Germany.
Data storage, alteration, and removal
The user, who has provided freegamesboom.com with their personal data, has the right for their alteration and removal, as well as the right to recall the agreement to data processing. Time, during which your personal data will be stored is: time the personal data is used that is necessary for the website’s main activity. After finishing with the processing of your personal data, the website’s administration will permanently delete it. To access your personal data, you can contact the administration on: freegamesboom.com/contact. We will be able to pass your data to a third party only with your willing consent. If the data was transferred to a third party, which is not associated with our organization, we cannot perform any changes to that data.
Processing of visiting technical data
Records of your IP address, time of visit, browser settings, operational system and other technical information is saved in the database when you visit freegamesboom.com. This data is necessary for the correct display of the website’s content. It is impossible to identify the person of the visitor using this data.
Children’s personal information
If you are a parent or a legal guardian of an underage child, and you know that the child has provided us with their personal information without your consent, please contact us on: freegamesboom.com/contact. It is forbidden to enter personal data of underage users without the agreement of parents or lawful guardians.
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Processing of personal data by other services
This website uses third-party online services, which perform data collecting, independent from us. Such services include: Google Analytics , Google AdSense, Facebook.com, Yandex Metrika.
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