All of Rock U.’s data collection and processing conforms to European Union GDPR regulations as of 25 May 2018.
First, why would we collect your personal information anyway? And what information would we take?
It’s pretty simple – we must think you want to hear from us. Maybe you’ve looked at our website, maybe you’re participating in Rock U. bands or programs, or maybe you want to attend our shows. If that’s the case, we probably need your email address. Maybe your phone number. Possibly your age or school or what instrument you play or what bands you like. Stuff like that.
Second, what will we do with this information?
Well, we would try to use it to make your Rock U. experience the best it can be. It would be kind of weird if you were in 10th grade and liked the Red Hot Chili Peppers and played guitar and we put you in a band full of 90-year-old Tuvan throat singers and a guy named Moe who plays cowbell. Anyway, you wouldn’t even know when to come to practice, since we couldn’t email you to tell you.
Third, will your data be safe with us?
Yup, totes. We only use GDPR-compliant sites and services when it comes to your data (Dropbox, MailChimp, Google, etc.). We’ll never ever sell your data to anyone (even if they offer us a really nice guitar in exchange), and we’ll never share it with anyone without your permission. Wait, what kind of guitar exactly? Not that we’d ever do anything about it, but… I mean, is it like a REALLY good one? I’m just asking for a friend.
Fourth, can you have your data deleted from our records or returned to you?
Sure, any time you like, just ask. We know a guy who knows a guy, we’ll have it taken care of, if you know what we mean.