Overview of legal notices

Navigate for more information about our different policy areas, and both the conditions for individuals and organizations can be found here.

The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, came into force on May 25, 2018 and brings a lot with it, also for you as a user. The new law applies to everyone in Europe who processes personal data. In that context, the privacy policy and general terms and conditions were amended in May 2018.

The GDPR distinguishes between those who are in possession of personal data and, on the other hand, companies that process personal data. iLost is responsible for the personal data that you as a visitor leave on our platform. That is why you are always asked to confirm our terms and conditions before you can provide us with your personal data.

Right to be forgotten

This right includes the removal of data. Of course we must be able to delete your data when you request it. In addition, further distribution is also prevented. If you want to delete your data, you can send an email to support@ilost.co. We will then send you a confirmation of your request. Your complete iLost account and all associated data will then be deleted from our database.

Update cookie wall

It is no longer possible with the GDPR to indicate "by visiting the website, you agree with our cookies". You must give permission for cookies that are intended to collect personal data. That is why our cookie wall has been adapted and you must give explicit permission for the use of cookies for marketing purposes.