General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) imposes additional requirements for companies that collect or store personal data of European Union residents.
At Digital Farm System (DFS), we understand the importance of your personal data, and we take steps to secure and protect it whenever it is stored in our infrastructure. Not only is the GDPR an important step in protecting the fundamental right of privacy for European citizens, it also raises the bar for data protection, security, and compliance in the industry.
Our policies regarding data ownership and protection are focused on providing you with confidence that your data remains secure, and under your control. We have established some measures to ensure that customers and their data are treated in a manner consistent with privacy principles. Therefore, we are preparing for the GDPR requirements across our infrastructure by the enforcement date of May 25, 2018.
Servers we use that holds the data securely are hosted with DigitalOcean.
What personal data do we collect and store from our customers?
DFS uses the UUID, Username and Region details to alerted individuals when issues happen to the users’ items, and to link the items being sent to users. Pending Items older than 3 months get automatically deleted from the database. Also, when users cause issues within the system or to harm the system, this data is used for the ban list.
The data is also used to send items, identify ownership of the items, and access including the location of items to provide this information upon request to the owners, such as in the event there are issues with items or other users DFS.
All data is stored is in compliance with GFPR service provider and behind passwords and/or direct access to this information.
As a DFS user, you can request your data to be sent to you in CSV format and requests can be submitted to ice12192 Dover on Second Life.
You can request that your data and information be deleted, please send this request to ice12192 Dover on Second Life.
For security reason, DFS maintains a list of individuals banned for trying to harm or corrupt the DFS system.
DFS Does not Share or Sell any information stored on the system and will do everything in our power to keep it private.