By registering and using SaySth you will provide us, and we will collect, information about you, including information used to identify you. This is what we call your “Personal Data”.
This means data that lets you identify yourself directly, like your family name, first name or your image, or indirectly such as your password, phone number, or your browsing or session data.
It is important for you to know how this Data is collected, what we do with it and for how long, so you can be fully informed about your rights.
This is why we have prepared this document, which we have tried to make as clear and simple as possible. If, despite our efforts, you would still like to ask us any questions please do not hesitate to contact us using email: email@example.com.
SaySth App developed by a personal developer.
SaySth is an online language practice community to talk with global friends, in particular exchanging languages.
SaySth APP will ensure that your data is processed securely and confidentially, including in cases where certain operations are carried out by SaySth developer. Accordingly, appropriate technical and organizational measures are implemented to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration and erasure of your Personal Data. Nevertheless, there is no ‘zero risk’ on the internet and we cannot guarantee the security of your Personal Data 100%. That’s why it is important to let us know right away if you think you have been a victim of an attack on your Personal Data, by writing to us here.
You have the right to access your Personal Data and to request that it be corrected, completed or updated. You may also request that your Data be deleted (or you can delete your account in the “Settings” section of the application), refuse the processing of your Data, or request that it be limited within the terms of current legislation. You may ask to exercise your right to data portability; in other words, your right to receive your Personal Data in a frequently used structured format and your right to send such data to another processor. As indicated in Section 3 above, your data is processed with your consent and you can withdraw your consent at any time by going to “Settings”. You also have the right to issue instructions as to how your Personal Data should be used after you die. In order to exercise your rights, you will be asked to produce proof of your identity of any kind. You may submit your request by sending a letter or an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our utmost to fulfil your requests, but don’t forget that this right is not unlimited and must be exercised according to the conditions of current legislation. Any request to exercise your rights should be reasonable. Where necessary, we will explain the reasons why we are unable to meet your request. Should you have any other complaint, please contact the appropriate national data protection authority.
By sending an e-mail to email@example.com; or