What is the GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is European privacy legislation, which has been applicable throughout the European Union (EU) since 25th of May 2018. The GDPR is about the protection of personal data. Thanks to the GDPR, the protection of personal data is regulated the same way in all EU countries and the same rules apply in every Member State. LiteBit also adheres to the rules of the GDPR. You can read how LiteBit handles your personal data in LiteBit's Privacy Statement.
How does LiteBit handle your personal data?
In LiteBit’s Privacy Statement we explain what types of personal data we collect, why we collect such data, how we deal with personal data and what rights you have.
Right to erase your personal data
You have various rights under the GDPR. These can be found in our Privacy Statement. The statement also explains how you can exercise these rights. In certain situations you can ask us to delete data that we have recorded about you. We have a retention policy that states how long we keep your data. In most cases, this is ten years after the end of your agreement or relationship with LiteBit. In most cases we cannot delete your data before. For example, because we have to keep your data longer because of legal obligations.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file transferred by a website and stored on your device (such as your computer, mobile phone, tablet etc.). Cookies contain information that is transferred to your device.
Where can I find a list of our cookies?
An oversight of which cookies LiteBit uses and for what purposes you can find in LiteBit's Cookie Statement.