As a reviewer on Judge.me, you are a Data Subject and are granted specific rights with respect to dealing with personal data. Your Data Subject rights are specifically discussed in European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Article 15 to 22. In this article, we'll outline your Data Subject rights and how the Judge.me app is designed to protect your rights.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Right to access, see GDPR Article 15
  2. Right to rectification/Right to edit, see GDPR Article 16
  3. Right to erasure/Right to be forgotten, see GDPR Article 17
  4. Right to restriction of processing, see GDPR Article 18
  5. Right to be informed, see GDPR Article 19
  6. Right to data portability, see GDPR Article 20
  7. Right to object, see GDPR Article 21
  8. Right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, see GDPR Article 22

Learn more about our compliance with GDPR and other regulations.


1. Right to access, see GDPR Article 15

You have the right to know whether your personal data is being processed or not, and if so, how to access it. The store you purchased from needs to inform you about this data processing.

If you want to see which data Judge.me has processed about you, you can send your requests to the shops or directly to Judge.me.

  • If you send the request via a shop, we will send you your data within that shop only.
  • If you send the request directly to Judge.me, we will send you your data across all shops that you have submitted reviews.

After receiving your request, we’ll send you an output file of your data in JSON format.

*Note: When you contact the shop or Judge.me to request access to your data, make sure to provide the same email address used when you submit your reviews.

If you only want to see the reviews and other personal data related to the submission of your review, you can check your reviewer profile page.

2. Right to rectification/Right to edit, see GDPR Article 16

You have the right to edit personal data if it is incorrect. 

Judge.me lets you edit your display name, edit your display name format, as well as edit your submitted reviews on your reviewer profile page. Please contact the shop you purchased from if you want to edit other personal data. 

*Note: The stores that you purchased from have the right to request a minor edit of the review content (e.g. correct the typos), and you have the right to either approve or reject the review edit.

3. Right to erasure/Right to be forgotten, see GDPR Article 17

You have the right to be forgotten. 

If you want to delete your personal data from Judge.me, please contact us via support@judge.me. When we receive an erasure request, we'll delete the data related to the reviews you have submitted on Judge.me. If you want to delete the data you have given when placing the orders, please contact the shop you purchased from. 

You can also delete your submitted reviews from your review profile page.

4. Right to restriction of processing, see GDPR Article 18

You have the right to restrict the processing of personal data you provide to the store you purchase from. The store you purchased from needs to be addressed when you want to make use of your right to restriction.

Judge.me has introduced features that help merchants to exclude individual users (data subjects) proactively from receiving review request emails. Additionally, you have the right to unsubscribe to all emails sent by Judge.me by clicking the unsubscribe link or contact us via support@judge.me.  

5. Right to be informed, see GDPR Article 19

You have the right to know which personal data is stored and by whom it is processed. The store you purchased from needs to inform you about this data processing. 

If you want to see which data Judge.me has processed about you, you can send your requests to the shops or directly to Judge.me.

  • If you send the request via a shop, we will send you your data within that shop only.
  • If you send the request directly to Judge.me, we will send you your data across all shops that you have submitted reviews.

After receiving your request, we’ll send you an output file of your data in JSON format.

*Note: When you contact the shop or Judge.me to request access to your data, make sure to provide the same email address used when you submit your reviews.

If you only want to see the reviews and other personal data related to the submission of your review, you can check your reviewer profile page.

6. Right to data portability, see GDPR Article 20

You have the right to receive your data in a structured and processable format. 

Judge.me has introduced a process that allows you as a reviewer to receive all your data in a structured and machine-readable format, which is easy to be imported and processed by other systems. You can see an example file of your output here (JSON format).

7. Right to object, see GDPR Article 21

You have the right to object the processing of personal data you provide to the store you purchase from. The store you purchased from needs to be addressed when you want to make use of your right to object.

Judge.me has introduced features that help merchants to exclude individual users (data subjects) proactively from receiving review request emails. Additionally, you have the right to unsubscribe to all emails sent by Judge.me by clicking the unsubscribe link or contact us via support@judge.me.

 

8. Right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, see GDPR Article 22

To our understanding, this right is not linked to the personal data that Judge.me processes on behalf of the merchant. Please note that Judge.me is not processing any special category data.