At KeepEyeOnBall, we are committed to the privacy of our users. Therefore, we want to give you clear, transparent information on how we process your personal data so that you can freely determine whether you want to give us your data.
Last modified: 12th April 2017
KeepEyeOnBall GmbH ("KeepEyeOnBall") is the producer and owner of a set of web and mobile based applications that help users to create virtual tours to be displayed in the VR headsets, on the desktops and mobile devices.
In accordance with the provisions of Law 15/1999 of 13th December on Data Protection ("LOPD" for its abbreviation in Spanish) and Royal Decree 1720/2007 of 21st December, approving the Regulation of the LOPD ("RLOPD"), we hereby inform you that when you provide us with your personal data, you consent to your data being processed. We will process your data in order to administer, manage and provide the relationship with KeepEyeOnBall, as well as to expand and improve the services you decide to contract.
When you give KeepEyeOnBall your email address, it is used to create, edit, upload, download and view your tours. KeepEyeOnBall will never give your email address to third parties unless it has your prior authorisation to do so. KeepEyeOnBall does not have access to any emails you may receive in the email address you gave us.
You can do so at any time and free of charge in the following way:
By sending an email to email@example.com stating "deletion of personal data" in the subject. The email needs to contain:
The users may upload tours to the server.
Once the tour has been uploaded to the server and published, it will become accessible online
(with the selected visibility restrictions).
Published tours will be also available on the dedicated viewer applications.
To be able to fully use our services (e.g. upload tours) you need to authenticate one of the following ways:
Once you sign in to our services, we store the following information, if available: Auth0 user id, name and email.
Additionally, we may attempt to display your profile image or country, where it makes sense, if this information is accessible via Auth0, but we do not store this information.
The app users have the option to enable automatic recognition of the current user location when the user decides to assign a geographical address to a tour by using the Google Location service and / or Google Maps API(s). This address may be used later to be displayed on a Google Map also by using the Google Maps API(s).
The app requires access to the wireless network to upload tours.