This notice discloses the online data collection and use practices for the SoundVault website located at www.SoundVault.tv that is owned and operated by SoundVault Limited, a company registered in England and Wales with company registration number 6602618, and registered address 53 Cambridge Road, Sawbridge, Hertfordshire, CM21 9JP. By visiting this website you understand and agree with the terms of this policy as it may be modified by SoundVault from time to time, at our sole discretion. We will indicate any changes by updating the date at the top of this policy. We encourage you to review this policy from time to time. Your continued use of the website following any changes to this policy will signify your assent to such changes.
When you register online or order a product or service online, by telephone, fax or post, or email or telephone us with a query, we collect personal data about you directly (including your name, address, telephone and email address). We also collect any information you supply to us after your initial registration, for example details of tracks downloaded, production and cue sheet details.
When you pay for a product or service online, your credit card details are processed over a secure internet service operated by our 3rd party payment provider Paypal and all credit card details submitted are not visible to SoundVault Limited employees.
Traffic data is logged automatically on our server, information such as your IP address, the URL you visited before ours, the URL you visit after leaving our site and which pages you visit on our website, but not in a way that identifies any individual.
We do not use "spyware", web bugs or any hidden identifiers or other similar devices to gain access to information, store hidden information or to trace activities of users.
The data provided is used to administer your www.SoundVault.tv account, to supply you with the products and services you chose and to maintain records of your access to, and use of, the online services.
The information is stored on our servers and on paper, and appropriate technical and organisational measures are keep in place to stop unauthorised or unlawful access, and accidental loss, destruction or damage. This information will be maintained for the duration of our business relationship and for a maximum period of 7 years beyond that relationship for tax and legal reasons.
We will not share your information with any other organisation.
From time to time, we may contact you with information relating to our goods and services. Please note that you can stop receiving this information at any time by either amending your account details online or by contacting asdfinfoadmin at orgsoundvault dot tvsoundvault
By registering online, buying products or by submitting your details for other purposes you consent to the collection and processing of your personal data as described above. If you have any queries regarding our use of your personal data or would like to rectify any errors in information we hold about you, please inform us at admininfob at soundvaultsoundvault dot tvorg with the necessary details so that we can keep our records up to date.
Further information about data protection compliance including the online Register of Data Controllers can be found at www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk.
SoundVault Ltd. Registered company no. (England & Wales): 6602618. VAT reg. no: 934625710
Registered Office: 50 Brooke Avenue, Harrow, HA2 0NF, UK
For channel verification, we will pull your last three videos from your channel to make sure the channel id you supplied is valid and correct. We use YouTube's API Service for this data.
For licensing infringement and compliance we use, in part, Google API Services. We use this to see if the video adheres to the restriction set on the license.
For every video that uses music licensed from SoundVault we create a cue sheet describing exactly where and how the music is used. Ordinarily this is a process that is completed by video creators once editorial is completed. This information is then passed to the Rights Holders to help them manage potential, advertising revenue, performance royalty and neighbouring rights. As part of our commitment to our music suppliers and rights holders whose music we license on our platform, as well as making our customers (licensees) experience easier, we have developed a technology that can automatically detect music usage within a video and generate a cue sheet.
To enable this process, once you supply your channel and license music, we use the channel you provided to us, to check if you have used the licensed music in your video correctly, and that they are not infringing copyright.
In some cases, the music licensed on our platform will have licence usage restriction applied to them. These include territories where broadcasting is restricted under SoundVault's licensing agreement. These are referred to as "Geo-Blocking" and they can be found on each track information popup box. Click on "i" icon on the right hand side of the search result listing on each track and you will see a "RESTRICTIONS" tab on the top menu of the popup box. In case you miss it, don't worry, we will alert you of any restriction when you make your licensing. As soon as you add the music in your basket, a notification windows will appear letting you know of any restriction that has applied on that music. Other restriction are SENSITIVITIES, LICENSE USAGE, TERMS OF CONTRACT. For more information on these restrictions please read their full description on our User Licensing Agreement https://www.soundvault.tv/licensinghttps://developers.google.com/terms
Where a SENSITIVITIES restriction is applied to a music licensed on our platform, i.e. explicit or violent content our system will use Google's API Services and YouTube's API Services to make sure the video is compliant. The data collected is used to check for compliance. Unless there is a licensing infringement all collected data is destroyed immediately. If we find any possible infringement we will use the data to contact you for verification and if necessary request you remove the music and find a suitable music from our platform.
All data collected is used for the purposes of insuring the licensing requirements are satisfied and are shared only with the rights holders. This is to give the rights holders a visibility on where and how their music is used. It may also be used as a statement of usage for rights holders and Royalty Collecting Societies.
We use data to gain an understanding of the market and a feedback process to improve our services. Your licensing information is kept on SoundVault as a proof of purchase and may be used to resolve dispute. This information is kept on our servers as long as the music you licensed is on our platform and/or your video is active.
We do not collect or distribute any of your personal data via Google, YouTube API Services, or any other service.