1. Information we collect, and when
We collect and store personal data about and from you when you
- visit our website.
- register an account on our website.
- connect to our services using third parties.
- link to third parties through our services.
- invite/invited someone to your team.
- upload music using our Services.
- make a payment through our Services and the payment methods.
- withdraw your pending payments through our website and the payment method.
- contact our support or directly using email or other contact options.
- sign up to one or more of our newsletters.
Data we collect, when you register
When you register an account with us, we'll ask for username, artist name, mobile phone number, email address, password, address, postal code, country and date of birth.
If you connect to our Services using credentials from a third party like Google, Facebook or Twitter, you automatically authorize us to collect your authentication information, such as your username and access credentials. We may also collect other information, like your name, email address, age, profile picture, country, address, gender and date of birth.
You can likewise optionally provide us with your Instagram and/or Twitter username.
Artist data and music uploading
When you upload music using our Services, some additional personal information will be provided by you. This could be:
We also store information about how your music gets streamed on distribution platforms and/or services.
- Artist name(s).
- Track titles.
- Audio files.
- Name of the songwriter(s) and other contributors (if applicable).
- Information about whether you're a label, manager, producer or artist, etc.
While you interact with our Services, we gather information regarding how our Services are accessed and how they are being utilized. This information includes:
How you interact with our Services.
Content that you post; and
Technical data, which might include URL, IP address, cookie data, session, location, where you came from/how you found us, and device/network fingerprints you are using to use or access our Services.
When requesting withdrawals through our third-party payment provider(s), we might receive information such as personal name, identification number, address, VAT number and whether you are an individual or a business, from them. We only collect the information required to be able to make the withdrawal, to comply with our judicial (including, but not restricted to, tax) responsibilities and to prevent fraud of any kind.
When you complete a payment through third-party providers, we may receive information containing your name and address from them. We only obtain required information to be able to process your payment(s), and comply with laws and third-party providers terms as well as provide you with our services.
Information collected from third parties
We may work with third parties sometimes and may collect information about you from them.
If you choose to use features given to you by Anti-Joy that connects to your third party profiles, accounts or services, we may collect information when you approve. For example, if you pre-save an anti-joy.club release on Spotify/iTunes, we may receive data from Spotify and/or iTunes about your listening activity.
Anti-Joy Plus & for Labels
When inviting people to Anti-Joy Plus, you will provide us with email addresses or phone numbers of the people you wish to invite. Make sure to have approval from the people beforehand. The people you invite will be sent an email from us, containing your username.
If you are invited to access the Anti-Joy Plus tools, we will obtain access to your email address or telephone number. We will send you an email with a notice about the user who invited you. If you accept the invitation, you will have to register an account with Anti-Joy.
When using tools such as our Promotion tools and/or Custom merchandise, we may collect information (but, not limited to) like your customer name, email, address, date of birth, song name, artist name, payment data, postal code, country.
Anti-Joy for Labels
When choosing/linking a custom domain with your merchandise store page, we will collect information such as domain name/URL and registrar.
When using our API for Labels, we will collect information about usage, this includes (but not limited to) artist names, track titles, sales, audio files, streaming stats.
2. How we handle the information collected
We process your data for the following purposes:
To personalize and improve your experience with our Services and any advertising made available on or outside the Services.
To administer your user account, to enable and provide the Services and, if applicable, provide integration with third parties.
To make sure the Service is working as supposed to and to develop new products, features, and services.
To chat with you, either directly or within one of our associates, for marketing and promotional prospects by emails, notifications, or other communications, subject to your approval.
To handle your payouts, payments and prevent or detect fraud.
Examine your usage of our Services and how you interact with our commercials to be capable of making smarter business/marketing determinations.
To promote the Services, either within or outside the Service.
To interact with you for Service-related or analysis purposes by emails, notifications, text messages, or additional forms of communicating with you, which you have consented to receive.
3. For how long periods, do we store information?
The information we collect from you will be held for as long as:
You are registered to our Services or as long as you still use them.
It is a requirement for us to do so because of legal obligations
We have to process any payments remaining and/or owed to you by Anti-Joy
We need to, to detect fraud of our services, stream farming, and any other criminal activity
4. How we share information
We will never share and/or sell your data to third parties for their reasons. We only do this to provide you with the Services, as well as provide us with services.
The information you provide to us when you register and upload music using our services will be used to perform and provide our Services, by delivering it to the music services, platforms, and associates. When presenting the music to the platforms, we provide them with:
Artist name and/or full name
Audio file(s) & track version (if applicable)
ISRC (International Standard Recording Code). A unique code generated for all original tracks released.
UPC (Universal Product Code). A unique code generated to reference the release on a product level.
Contributor's name(s) (if supplied)
When requesting to receive a withdrawal, we share your email address, name and phone number with the payout provider PayPal, for them to be able to facilitate your withdrawal.
We may share your data with advertisement associates to send you promotional information regarding Anti-Joy. If you have consented to receive newsletters from us, you can unsubscribe to these at any point of time, by clicking "unsubscribe" at the foot of our emails.
In supplement to the above, we may additionally share your information with third parties for these confined purposes:
To allow a sale of all or a portion of our assets
To respond to legal obligations (e.g., a court order), if we believe in good faith that it's necessary to do so
To protect the safety of any person
To comply with the requirements of mandatory law
To protect the rights and property of Anti-Joy, including to enforce the Agreements and any other terms that you have agreed to
To address fraud, security, technical problems and resolve disputes
To publish anonymized data about the use of our Services
We don't allow children below the age of 18 to register with our Services, and accordingly, we do not deliberately collect personal information from children below the age of 18. If you are below the age of 18, please do not give us any personal information. If you are a supervisor of a child below the age of 18 and have become informed or aware that your child has supplied personal information to us, please contact our Customer Support, and you may request to obtain any information stored and/or cancel the Service(s).
6. Protection of your information
Your security is fundamental to us. We continuously do our best to keep administrative, technical and physical security standards in place to further protect your personal information from loss, abuse, unauthorized access, modification or disclosure.
Since the Internet can't be totally secure, make sure you protect your password and username to prevent anyone from accessing your data.
7. Rights, contact & complaints
You are forever empowered to receive information on the data we have collected about you, free of charge. You also possess the right to demand to be erased and to get any incorrect personal data removed/corrected. Where we rely upon your approval to process your data, you can revoke this consent at any time. Contact us!
Please contact us at our Customer Support with your name, username and the email address you used when you registered with us.
If you are not happy with how we handle your data, please contact us at [email protected]
If you have a complaint concerning the processing of your data, you have the right to complain to the supervisory data authority. The contact details of the Danish data authority can be found here.
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