Digital Services Act: Combating Illegal Data Usage

Recognising the importance of preventing illegal data use in our digital ecosystem, we are strengthening our mechanisms through the implementation of the newly enacted Digital Services Act.

Understanding the Digital Services Act (DSA)

The DSA is an initiative aimed at modernizing the rules that govern a wide range of digital platforms operating across the EU. Its core objectives are to protect users from illegal online activities and to prevent the spread of disinformation.

In line with the DSA’s goals, we have implemented several measures to strengthen accountability, transparency, and data protection within our services. Central to these efforts is the “Notice and Takedown” process. This process enables our customers to actively safeguard our digital ecosystem by reporting any illegal use of data or unauthorized content they come across.

How Does the ‘Notice and Takedown’ Process Work?

Customers can report instances of illegal data use or any unauthorized content by completing a dedicated form on our website, accessible via the following link:

Upon receiving these instances, we are committed to promptly reviewing and taking necessary action. After a thorough review of the evidence by our legal department, any illegal content will be promptly removed.

Join Us in Shaping a Safer Digital Tomorrow

Ensuring our platform remains free from unauthorized content, preventing the spread of misinformation, and protecting the rights and interests of our customers are our top priorities.

We encourage you to inform us promptly by submitting reports of illegal content, as your cooperation is essential in maintaining a safe online environment for everyone.

Thank you for your continued trust and cooperation as we move towards a future where our digital interactions are not only innovative and dynamic but also secure.