FUGA can be the data controller for personal data collected in connection with FUGA’s services in the European Union, the Member States of the European Free Trade Association, the United Kingdom and elsewhere and therefore determines the purpose and means for the processing of personal data. In other instances, FUGA can be the data processor for personal data and in such case adheres to the guidance set by the data controller.
FUGA is part of the Downtown Music Publishing Group and is based at Prinsengracht 583-IV, 1016 HT in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. For all correspondence concerning privacy-related matters, please contact FUGA by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The data we collect
Use of the data collected.
Disclosure to Third Parties.
FUGA keeps your personal data confidential and does not share the personal data with any third party other than listed below.
FUGA may share your personal data with any other group entity for instance your name, e-mail address or metadata) for providing services to you. Each entity of FUGA involved in the processing of your personal data for the execution of an agreement (if any) is considered a processor under the relevant legislation.
Suppliers / providers
FUGA may share your personal data with any third-party company providing (technical) services to FUGA in order for FUGA to execute the agreement with you. FUGA may also share your personal data (metadata, name) with digital service providers or performing rights organizations for the sole means of fulfilling our contractual obligations with you.
Marketing Services – FUGA Clients
Only after opting-in to any third-party marketing services we may offer on behalf of our clients, we may disclose your personal data (limited to name, email address and contact details) as provided by you to our clients using those services. An example of this use could be to contact you after you enter a competition, to send you newsletters to update you about your favorite artists.
Supervising authorities / judicial bodies
Upon a duly request by a supervising authority and as required by law or upon a court decision, FUGA will release your personal data to such an authority.
The FUGA website may use the following types of cookies:
Mandatory Cookies: cookies required to activate the core functionality of the website;
Functional and Analytical Cookies: cookies to analyze for instance the site usage;
Advertising and Social Media Cookies: cookies to support marketing efforts through advertising or marketing on third-parties site, only placed after you have provided your explicit Cookie consent.
You can set your cookie preference through your website browser allowing you to reject or disable cookies. The “help” section in your browser provides more information about how to manage your cookie settings.
Data processing outside of the EU, Member States of the EFTA and the United Kingdom.
Your personal data will be stored and processed within the European Union unless otherwise stated. Occasionally, your personal data may be processed outside the EU, a Member State of EFTA and the United Kingdom, for instance if a third party or supplier is located in a different jurisdiction. This may lead to a different level of protection for your personal data. However, FUGA will take the necessary steps in such cases to ensure that your personal data is adequately protected, such as putting in place a processor agreement or contracting with suppliers who conform to the most recent data protection ISO requirements and therefore have put in place comparable technical and organizational measures such as FUGA.
FUGA fully complies with the obligations laid down in the relevant laws and has implemented various means to ensure that you can exercise your rights under such relevant laws.
Regarding your use of the FUGA platform, you can view your personal data submitted by you on your FUGA account or in the event of metadata on the platform. If your personal data is not visible on your FUGA account or Platform, please contact FUGA at email@example.com.
Upon your request, FUGA can remove, ratify your personal data, provide your personal data in a usable electronic format or transfer your personal data to a third party.
Changes to this policy.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
Version: April 2020