Right to Access
You may view any data you supplied to the list owner using the 'Preferences' link at the foot of every email we send. You may also log in to FeedBlitz and review the information we have there.
Right to Portability
You can export the data (such as your name) that we have saved for you, if you gave it to the list owner, at any time, again from the Preferences link in the email footer.
Right to Forget
You can delete this data at any time, or ask us to do so by contacting support. This is not the same as unsubscribing from a list; rather it deletes all extraneous data. The data will no longer be available to the list owner, which may subsequently adversely affect the relevance of emails you then receive from them.
Ultimately, FeedBlitz is the processor for the list owner, or list controller. If you use FeedBlitz to exercise you right to be forgotten, we will inform the list owner. You can also inform the list owner directly, and they can remove your information, not only from FeedBlitz, but from any other apps or services they use.
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If no preferences have been otherwise set, we will limit our cookies to essential and functional levels. Regardless, if you open or click through an email we sent you on behalf of a list owner, FeedBlitz will still track your opens and clicks in the email, reporting them to the list owner, as this is in their legitimate interest. It is, after all, what we as an email service provider (ESP) do. FeedBlitz is not responsible for how the list controller uses that information.