SIS is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information, so we take great care to ensure your personal information is held in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the Data Protection Principles set out in Article 5 of the General Data Protection Regulation.
This policy may apply to you if you are one of the following data subjects:
- Users of the Website; or
- Sports professionals about whom we collect data;
What information do we collect?
Website user data:
When you contact us, we will collect:
- your name;
- your email address;
- your telephone number; and
- your country of residence.
We collect and process the Personal Data of certain sports professionals for the purpose of providing specialist sports betting statistical analysis for integrity assessments which helps us identify suspicious games and betting patterns. In doing so, the data that we collect may include (without limitation) the following: name, gender, age, position/role, current and previous clubs, league/competition the individual plays/coaches/manages in, nationality, various statistics and other match-related information.
Website user data:
Your information will only be shared internally for the purposes of managing your enquiry with members of staff who are involved in that process.
We may be legally required or otherwise be requested to disclose your Personal Data to law enforcement agencies or legal representatives, for example to cooperate with law enforcement investigations or other legal proceedings.
In addition, we may use your Personal Data to provide an analysis of sports professionals’ performance for third parties such as sports governing bodies, sports federations and clubs and law enforcement agencies in order to assist with the fight against betting-related match-fixing and other sporting integrity threats.
How do we protect data?
If any Personal Data is transferred to countries outside the EEA, we will ensure that similar levels of protection are in place. In order to ensure similar levels of protection, we may do the following:
- only transfer your Personal Data to countries that have been found to provide an adequate level of protection for Personal Data by the EU; and/or
- use the EU Standard Contractual Clauses when entering into contracts with partners based in countries outside the EU/EEA who may handle your data. These standard clauses give your Personal Data the same protection it has in the EU/EEA.
For how long do we keep data?
We have implemented and maintain robust organisational controls and data retention policies to ensure that we retain your Personal Data only for as long as is reasonably required for legal or business purposes. When we no longer need Personal Data for the specific purposes, we securely delete or destroy it.
As a data subject, you have a number of rights:
- The right of access – upon request, you have the right to access and obtain a copy of your data;
- The right to rectification – you can require us to change incorrect or incomplete data;
- The right to erasure – in certain circumstances, you can require us to delete your data;
- The right to restrict processing – in certain circumstances, you can restrict the use of your data;
- The right to data portability – in certain circumstances, move, copy or transfer your data;
- The right to object – in certain circumstances, you can object to the use of your data; and
- Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.
- The right to withdraw consent – You may withdraw your consent to the processing of your data only where the processing is based on your consent. However, this right does not apply if the processing of your personal data is required for the performance of a contract between us or if the processing is based on our legitimate interests.
Please note that we reserve the right to refuse to give effect to a request to exercise any of the above data protection rights if we are unable to ascertain your identity.
If you believe that we have not complied with your data protection rights, you also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner.
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