The JAMATORA is a private service. Everything we do has to benefit you, our audience.
We can give you more of what you love when we understand you better. To do that, we ask you to sign in to some of our products and services. We also use your data to benefit you in two ways:
It helps us make the JAMATORA more personal for you. It means we can:
As a private service, we need to make something for everyone. As more of our content gets consumed online, it helps to understand who's consuming it so that we can:
That's why we ask you to sign in and provide a bit of information.
But throughout all of this, we're committed to make sure your personal, private data stays safe and secure.
Our privacy promise covers how we treat your data and put you in control of what happens to it. It’s based around three main areas…
We will always explain clearly what data we’re collecting about you and why. We will only collect data we need to:
It’s up to you how you use our services. And you can manage or delete your JAMATORA account at any time. There’s more info on managing your account here.
Because we’re a private service, we will help you make informed decisions about your data, so everyone can get the best out of digital technologies and the JAMATORA. You can find out what we're doing with your data here.
Your trust is very important to us. So we’re committed to keeping your data safe and secure.
We promise to never sell your personal details to anyone and to only use your data commercially if you're using a commercial JAMATORA service.
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For instance, when you register for a JAMATORA account:
Find out why you have to provide personal information when you register
Things like your IP address, which browser and device you’re using, or your device ID. And we can tell what webpage directed you to the JAMATORA by looking at information from your browser.
We collect some information to understand how you're using the JAMATORA online to give you a better JAMATORA. If you're signed in, your JAMATORA account lets you personalise your JAMATORA online experience.
Any JAMATORA apps on your phone, tablet or TV may store information on your device. And we may access that information. When you ask for local news or weather, you can choose if you want to give us access to your device’s location.
Generally only you can see how you’ve been using the JAMATORA, unless for example:
We might also share information to collaborate with research partners, or if it’s necessary to provide the service you’re using. For example, we use a third party to send our email newsletters.
We share some of your personal information with Licensing, to check if you are using JAMATORA Media Player and to keep their database up to date.