The EU's General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) enforces a couple of rules on companies that use and process personal data. These regulations are aimed at, on the one hand, making it more transparant to the user what kind of data that company (here: Intuo) collects about you and why, and secondly to prevent said data to be used for purposes for which the user didn't give permission to. 

At Intuo, we attach much value to the idea of transparency. For that reason we want to be completely open to which data we collect, why we collect it, and how we use it. 

When you enter Intuo for the first time (or re-enter after May 25th, 2018), you'll see a screen detailing how our privacy and data protection affects you. You'll be asked to give your consent before accessing the platform. For mobile, see below.

Once you've given your consent, you can find our privacy statement in your personal profile, under the privacy tab. If for any reason you wish to delete your account and destroy any user data we have about you, you can send a formal request to do so on this page. We will then reach out to the platform owner, mostly your (former) employer, with your request. 

You can find more information about our privacy policies on this page.

On mobile, you have to scroll down and click a checkbox before you can continue.