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We are in compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which became enforceable beginning 25 May 2018. While using our website, we receive data from you. We process these data only if we have a legal reason to do so. We provide notice under GDPR Article 13 and 14 as appropriate, including the right to be forgotten.

Does it apply to me?

Regardless of the location of the processor or controller, the GDPR is applicable to individuals of the EU. If you are using Skymem outside the EU to reach other non-EU business, the GDPR doesn’t apply to you. However, if you are trying to reach a customer in the EU, you should beware of this regulation.

How do we collect and process the data?

We collect and process primarily public data for informational purposes only. Our clients are genuinely interested in reaching out to other corporations and their already public data. We serve as a specially designed tool, and as such we provide the means for businesses to connect with each other. All the data is tested and verified to be accurate. We regularly update our data, and we ensure that all our data is secure. We make sure that individuals can easily control their Personal Data, and notify us accordingly with regards to the processing of their Personal Data.

The processing of our data is done entirely in the EU

We collect, process and store all our data exclusively in the EU, and we keep our off-site backups in the EU as well.

The right to erase the data

Considering we deal with public data, information removed from our website is also removed from our database. Furthermore, you have the right to have your data deleted, if the data is no longer being used for the purpose it was collected for.

How to delete your email address from Skymem

In order to delete your email address from our website contact us at info@skymem.com.

Log keeping

We keep numerous logs in order to improve, remove errors or stop violations of our service. We use these logs exclusively for monitoring and debugging. The data is stored as long as the public source of information exists.

How can I learn more?

Feel free to read our Privacy Policy for further information on our ways of processing the data we deal with. Should you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.