Bitcoin PR Buzz – GDPR & Cookie Policy

Your privacy is immensely important to us hence Bitcoin PR Buzz fully complies with the rules of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). This website may also be referred to as BPRB, and Bitcoin PR Buzz. How BPRB handle European citizens’ information is regulated by the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) however, BPRB extend this notice to users worldwide.

What is in this notice?

This notice informs you about:

  • Which data BPRB may gather about you
  • How BPRB may use that data
  • How BPRB store collected data both gathered and provided by you or our partners  
  • When BPRB might use your data to contact you
  • What information BPRB may share with other parties
  • Your choices regarding private information you share with us

    BPRB try to provide as much accurate details about why BPRB need your information and how BPRB will use it before you begin using our services. However, details that may seem trivial may be missing despite our best efforts.

What does this notice cover?

This notice covers all services offered by Bitcoin PR Buzz, including but not limited to press release and article offerings, consultations, social media services, copywriting  and collaboration with certain independent partners.

What is not covered in this notice?

Our services sometimes link to services run by other businesses such as but not limited to news sites and PR partners. Those businesses have their own privacy and cookie policies, when following links to such businesses the information you give them will follow their guidelines and not ours.

BPRB sometimes offer Bitcoin PR Buzz’ branded services to other companies and will sometime refer to other businesses. Make sure to check their privacy policies independently so you know how they will use your information.

How do you safeguard my private data?

We’re very committed to protecting your private data which is why BPRB are adapting our routines and services to benefit your security. Some of the ways BPRB do this is to keep the access limited to only a few core team members, use password protection and encrypted software.

In the meantime, no website including ours can be completely secure – on the off chance that you have any worries that your individual data has been put in danger, for instance if you are contacted by individuals that have accessed information that may or may not have originated from please contact us straight away at [email protected].

Where BPRB store your data

Some companies that provide services to us run their businesses from outside the European Economic Area. BPRB cooperate with businesses if BPRB are satisfied with their level of security. Keep in mind that when you give us personal information it could be transferred, stored or handled by a server outside the EEA.

What types of personal information does Bitcoin PR Buzz collect about me?

BPRB collect information that you provide us with. BPRB might ask for your name, email and other contact details, your date of birth or financial details, depending on what services you are using. If you apply to take part in polls, for example, BPRB might ask you about your political standpoints. This might include information you share with us such as names, regions, platforms and any other details provided. If you purchase a service such as sponsored articles, press releases or copywriting BPRB will collect information such as company registration details and financial details. If BPRB deem your project to be high risk BPRB may collect copies of ID’s.

Device information
BPRB automatically collect and store some technical information from many kinds of gadgets and web browsers. BPRB collect data from devices such as:

  • Mobile phone
  • Computers
  • Tablets
  • Voice controlled devices

Social Media 

This is mainly referring to if you have shared or mentioned us on social media platforms such as but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, LinkedIn and BitcoinTalk. Example: if you have shared or mentioned us in a Twitter post, BPRB may collect and store your Twitter handle.

BPRB also collect information about how you use our services, like the press releases you read, the articles you are commenting on and/or sharing on social media.

How long will Bitcoin PR Buzz keep my personal information?

You will be notified when you or your device provides us with your personal information. This data will be stored indefinitely if you do not request us to act otherwise. BPRB need to keep receipts, invoices and other financial data for a period of up to 9 years. You may at any given time request that your information is provided or deleted, and BPRB will comply if BPRB are legally allowed to do so. BPRB will to the extent possible stick to the following values:

  • BPRB only hold your information for as long as there is valid reason to keep it
  • BPRB consider what type of data it is, the amount collected, how delicate the information might be and any legal requirements regarding the data
  • BPRB try to the extent possible to not hold your information any longer than BPRB are obligated 
  • BPRB respect any requests from you to delete your information such as your email address and name from lists such as newsletters or service updates

How may Bitcoin PR Buzz use my personal data?

Bitcoin PR Buzz must have a valid cause to use your personal data. This goes under the regulation “lawful basis for processing”. BPRB may ask for your consent to do things, like when you subscribe to a newsletter. BPRB may use your personal information without consent when BPRB is legally allowed or required to do so. BPRB may also require data without your consent such as when BPRB collect information from other service providers or social media.

BPRB use your data:

  • To provide our services and to deliver information about them
  • To process your inquiries, complaints or suggestions on how to improve our features or services.
  • To offer a press release and article services and products based on our demographic’s needs and interests. And to make sure that our new features are of interest and benefits our audience.
  • To display relevant advertising this may include platforms other than Bitcoin PR Buzz
  • To help us appreciate what kind of services and content you like and services you might benefit from and in certain cases how you share things with other people.
  • To recommend things BPRB think might interest you
  • To show you advertising tailored for you.
  • To study and to revolutionize. You are not a test subject but to learn about your habits on this platform and how you use our services may very well lead to the next advancements within the news sector.
  • To get in contact with you in regard to security matters and/or things that might be beneficial or of interest

When will Bitcoin PR Buzz use my data to contact me?

Bitcoin PR Buzz will only contact you when BPRB need to or when you have given us approval to do so. BPRB might use your information to reach out to you:

  • To update you on any changes to policies, practices, new packages and terms of use.
  • To check with you about any services that you have signed up for such as newsletters.
  • To reply when you have contacted us, or to respond to a comment or complaint
  • To invite you to take part in surveys or reviews if you have purchased or signed up for a service.
  • For PR and marketing purposes
  • To send you notification on your device if you have pre-selected them such as notifications.

When does the Bitcoin PR Buzz share my data with partners?

BitcoinNews will not sell your data. BPRB do however share your information when you make a public announcement through the platform, when BPRB use other companies’ services; such as when BPRB need to understand how you are using our services BPRB may use other services to process your personal information.

BPRB carefully select these services and only share with them what they need to know in order to provide that service and BPRB do review their policies regarding how they handle your information closely.

BPRB may under certain circumstances be required to share your information for legal reasons and other times BPRB might conduct collaborative research. This might include data collected about you but BPRB are restricting this information on a need to know basis and BPRB careful about how this information may be used by our partners.

Can I delete the collected information?

This depends on what information it is, BPRB keep a record of how you have used our services, but this information cannot be tracked back to you. BPRB may keep anything you have uploaded or commented on and this will be deleted upon request. Financial details may be deleted upon request if BPRB is legally allowed to do so.

Can I access the information gathered?

You have the right to:

  • Request an access to your information
  • Disable functions on your device and change settings, use VPN and AdBlocker type of services in order to regulate how robots handle your information
  • Request changes to information that is incorrect, to delete it or to request that BPRB only use it for certain purposes
  • To change your mind, and ask us to stop using your information such as unsubscribing to newsletters and mailing lists.

Please note that BPRB might not be able to assist you in legal matters or when it is in violation of our journalistic policies.

What are cookies?

Computer cookies are small text files that are placed on your device to help the site provide a better user experience. In general, cookies are used to retain user preferences, store information for things like shopping carts, and provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications like Google Analytics. Cookies are stored on your computer or mobile when you visit a website or app and remain on that device until you delete the web history or change your settings on your device.

As a rule, cookies will make your browsing experience better. However, you may prefer to disable cookies on this site and on others. The most effective way to do this is to disable cookies in your browser. BPRB suggest consulting the Help section of your browser or taking a look at the About Cookies website which offers guidance for all modern browsers.

How does Bitcoin PR Buzz use cookies?

  • Essential: Some cookies are essential for you to be able to experience the full functionality of our site. They allow us to maintain user sessions and prevent any security threats. They do not collect or store any personal information. For example, these cookies allow you to log-in to your account and add products to your basket and checkout securely.
  • Statistics: These cookies store information like the number of visitors to the website, the number of unique visitors, which pages of the website have been visited, the source of the visit etc. These data help us understand and analyze how well the website performs and where it needs improvement.
  • Functional: These are the cookies that help certain non-essential functionalities on our website. These functionalities include embedding content like videos or sharing contents on the website on social media platforms.
  • Preferences: These cookies help us store your settings and browsing preferences like language preferences so that you have a better and efficient experience on future visits to the website.

Why does BPRB use cookies and other forms of tracking such as tracking links?

BPRB use cookies:

  • To remember your information so that it is not provided multiple times
  • To help us comprehend how individuals are using our services, so BPRB can make them better
  • To deliver advertising
  • To remember your preferences and settings such as notifications.
  • To find out if our emails have been received.

Are there different types of cookies?

A few aspects of our services would not be able to operate without computer cookies. Tech savvy people refer to these as “strictly necessary cookies”. This type of cookies are automatically activated when you use our website.

BPRB use other types of cookies too such as functional, performance and advertising cookies optimize your experience. These will only be activated if you have agreed beforehand and can be inactivated if you change your mind.

“Third-Party Cookies” might track how you use platforms such as ours, these belong to other companies unrelated to us. Example: you might get a social media business’ cookie when you share something. You may have the option to turn them off but not with us.

How long does cookies last on your device?

Some cookies are erased when you close the browser on your device or app. Some stay for an extended period and is saved on your device when you return.

How do I manage cookies?

When you first visit, BPRB will tell you about cookies and ask you to agree to use them by clicking the button “I agree” or closing the box and proceed to use the website. You can always change your mind, wipe the cookies from your device or change your settings on your computer or mobile device. The information already collected will not be deleted but this will prevent the website to collect further information. Please note that restricting our cookies may result in some of our services not working properly.

Other ways to manage tracking tools such as cookies are restricted to your device. Please refer to your manufacturer in these cases.

This notice may be changed at any given time

BPRB may update this notice regularly due to new rules or policy changes thus we advice you to refer to this document before you use our services. You may choose to not the Bitcoin PR Buzz platform if you do not agree to changes made to this notice but we would much prefer that you contact us with your concerns first.

How can I contact Bitcoin PR Buzz?

BPRB are always happy to hear from you if you have questions, suggestions, concerns or inquiries via email.

For concerns and questions regarding cookies and GDPR please contact [email protected]

For business inquiries or questions regarding our services please refer to [email protected] or chat with us on

How BPRB handle European citizens information is regulated by the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office). Please contact then if you have questions regarding the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) or if you need advice and support.

Information regarding the use of this website and its services can be found on the terms and condition page

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