Breakout Radio regards your privacy as very important.
As required by the UK Data Protection Act 1998, we follow strict security procedures in the storage and disclosure of all information that you give us.
This statement describes our privacy policies. We will not sell, share, rent or otherwise disclose your information to others in ways different to how they are disclosed in this statement.
What information do we collect and how do we use it?
If you choose to become a member of our site (if available), you are agreeing to disclose your email address to that site leader. The site leader can choose to mail individual members, groups of members or the entire membership of the site. When you join, you can choose to not be part of the mailing list, and in addition you can always choose to remove yourself from the mailing list of a site by using the unsubscribe function at the end of every email sent from the system.
If you are logged into the site and choose to post information, your posting will by default also include your email address. You are able to remove or edit this address before you submit your posting. In addition, you may choose to be notified by our system of replies or updates in which case your email address will again be used.
Personal Information, Browser Details and Login Times
Our site providers (Moonfruit / Sitemaker) also collect data about your browser, login times and IP addresses when you visit the site.
This information is only used in aggregated form - no user is individually identifiable from the data that is collected. It is used by the site provider to understand their customers better and to ensure they focus their development on satisfying the needs of users. The may also use this information in working with partners in describing their customer base to ensure the products and services that they or our partners may offer are relevant.
Credit/Debit Card Details, Billing Address and Payment History
Any of the information collected by us may be disclosed to the authorities as part of any investigations into any illegal activities that may take place on the site, as governed by UK law.
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