GDPR Policy

GDPR Policy

GDPR Compliant Privacy Policy (For Residents of the European Economic Area)

Dance Fever values and recognises the importance of protecting of your personal information.

We acknowledge your concern regarding the gathering and utilisation of your personal data through our website, found at To ensure openness and clarity in our practices, we've established this GDPR Privacy Policy. It details our methods for collecting, retaining, and employing your personal information, including the conditions under which your data may be disclosed or transferred. Additionally, this GDPR Privacy Policy highlights your entitlements under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Be aware that this Privacy Policy is an integral component of the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy document, accessible at the bottom of every page on our website.

If you reside in a country where the GDPR influences our operations, you possess specific rights regarding your personal data. This GDPR Privacy Policy provides details on:

  • The types of personal information we gather and maintain;
  • How we utilise and share your personal data;
  • The legal grounds for processing your personal data;
  • Your control and rights regarding your personal data;
  • Safeguarding your personal information;
  • How we dispose of personal data when it's no longer necessary;
  • International transfers of personal data;
  • Utilisation of cookies and online tracking methods;
  • Privacy considerations for individuals under 16 years of age; and
  • How to reach out to us with queries or issues.

The types of personal information we gather and maintain

Whenever achievable, you have the option to remain anonymous or use a pseudonym when interacting with us (for instance, during inquiries).

Occasionally, we might request personal details from you, such as your name, address, date of birth, phone number, email address, or information on cookies and how you use our services. However, we will never ask for information that could reveal your:

  • political, religious, or philosophical views, beliefs, associations, or affiliations;
  • health and sexual orientation;
  • racial or ethnic background;
  • membership in any trade union, or professional or trade association; or
  • criminal history.

We may carry out surveys or market research and occasionally ask for additional information from you. These activities provide us with valuable insights that help us enhance the variety and quality of services we offer you, as well as the way these services are delivered.

How we utilise and share your personal data

We employ multiple approaches to gather your personal information, such as:

  • Direct engagement – you might share your personal data with us through completing forms or via different types of communication.
  • Automated means or interactions – as you navigate our Website, we automatically gather data about your devices, browsing activities, and preferences. This data is obtained through the use of cookies and similar online tracking technologies. For more information, refer to our Cookie Policy.

The legal grounds for processing your personal data

When in possession of your personal data, we utilise it primarily for the following purposes:

  • To guarantee the smooth operation of our Website;
  • To ensure our business functions effectively; and
  • To support our needs in auditing, marketing, planning, billing, product development, and research.

We commit not to use or reveal (or allow the use or revelation of) information that could identify you, except in the following scenarios:

  • To maintain the effective operation of our business and Website;
  • To inform you about promotional offers and special events;
  • When required or permitted by law, or when a third party processing data on our behalf necessitates it; or

When you have explicitly agreed to us using your information for a specific purpose.

We pledge not to sell, distribute, rent, license, disclose, share, or transfer your personal data to any third parties, except those engaged by us under confidentiality agreements.

Should any third party contact us requesting your personal data, we will make reasonable efforts to direct them to obtain the information directly from you, providing it is legal and reasonable to do so.

In the event we must disclose your personal data to a third party, we will endeavour to notify you beforehand, assuming it is legal and reasonable to do so.

Your control and rights regarding your personal data

The GDPR outlines various legitimate bases for the collection and processing of your personal data, such as:

  • when you have given us consent;
  • to fulfill a contract we have with you;
  • to adhere to legal obligations;
  • for the purpose of processing payments; and
  • when the processing is in our legitimate interests and does not infringe upon your rights.


Your data can be collected and processed with your consent. Should we base our processing of your personal data on your consent, you are always free to revoke this consent at any time.

Contractual Necessities

Often, we need your personal data to meet our contractual requirements. For instance, we collect your identity and contact details to deliver our products or services to you. Without this information, we might be unable to fulfil or even establish a contract with you or your enterprise.

Legal Requirements

There are situations where the collection and processing of your personal data are mandated by law. Failure to provide this information might prevent us from fulfilling or establishing a contract with you or your enterprise.

Legitimate Interests

Your personal data is sometimes necessary for our legitimate business interests, which are conducted in a manner you might reasonably expect and do not significantly infringe upon your rights, freedom, or interests. Utilising your personal data for marketing activities could be an example of pursuing our legitimate interests to grow our business.

For information on the specific legal basis we rely on to process your personal information, please contact us via email.

Safeguarding your personal information

You possess various rights concerning the personal data we maintain about you. These rights are subject to specific exceptions and vary depending on the jurisdictions in which we operate.

Access to Your Personal Information

Upon request and subject to any relevant exceptions, we aim to provide you with a copy of the personal information we hold about you, within the time limits established by applicable laws. For EU residents, this will be provided free of charge in line with GDPR stipulations.

Right to Rectification

You are entitled to request that we correct any incorrect information we hold about you.

Right to Erasure

Under specific conditions, you have the right to ask us to delete or remove your personal data. Should you have consented to our use of your personal data, you have the freedom to withdraw your consent at any moment. If we are processing your data based on our legitimate interests, you may request us to halt such processing for reasons pertaining to your unique situation, and we are obliged to comply unless we have compelling legitimate grounds for continuation.

Right to Data Portability

In certain situations, you have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, widely used, and machine-readable format, and to request that we transfer this data to another party without impediment.

Right to Object

Under certain circumstances, you have the right to oppose our processing of your personal data. Specifically, for personal data processed for direct marketing purposes, you may object at any time.

Right to Withdraw Consent

At any moment, you possess the right to retract your consent for the processing of your personal data. We may request identity verification prior to fulfilling such requests.

Rights Related to Automated Decision-Making and Profiling

You have the right, in certain instances, not to be subject to decisions based solely on automated processing, including profiling, that have legal or similarly significant effects on you.

To safeguard the confidentiality of your personal data, verification of your identity is required before we proceed with any request. If a third party is making a request on your behalf, we will require them to demonstrate that they have your authorisation to act.

Safeguarding Personal Information

Personal information may be kept by us in both digital formats and physical documents. We are dedicated to ensuring the safety of your personal information, no matter how it is stored, and we implement all feasible precautions to shield your data from misuse, disruption, loss, and unauthorised entry, alteration, or exposure. Nonetheless, your interaction with our Website is at your own risk, and we disclaim any liability, irrespective of any alleged negligence, should a breach in security compromise your privacy.

How we dispose of personal data when it's no longer necessary

Should we possess personal data about you that is no longer required for any purpose for which it could be utilised or disclosed, we will undertake reasonable measures to either delete or anonymise that information, provided that legal obligations do not hinder us from doing so.

International transfers of personal data

Your personal data may be moved and stored on computer systems located outside of your local state, province, country, or other governmental area, where the data protection regulations may not align with those of your own jurisdiction. By agreeing to this GDPR Privacy Policy and then providing your information, you consent to this transfer.

We commit to implementing reasonable measures to guarantee the secure treatment of your personal information in line with this GDPR Privacy Policy. Furthermore, we will not transfer your personal information to any entity or country without ensuring sufficient safeguards are in place, including for the protection of your data.

Utilisation of cookies and online tracking methods

We may employ cookies, beacons, tags, scripts, and various other online tracking tools (together known as Cookies) to gather and utilise your personal data, as well as to deliver targeted advertising over the internet. For more details regarding the Cookies we use, their purposes, and how you can manage them, kindly refer to our Cookie Policy.

Privacy considerations for individuals under 16 years of age

We deliberately refrain from collecting personal identification data from individuals younger than 16 years old. If you are below the age of 16, consent from your parent or guardian is required for us to process your personal data.

How to reach out to us with queries or issues.

Should you have inquiries or issues regarding our GDPR Privacy Policy, or if you need to file a complaint related to privacy, please reach out to our office via email.

Amendments of this GDPR Privacy Policy

We commit to routinely examining and refreshing this policy, thereby reserving the authority to modify this GDPR Privacy Policy whenever necessary. In the event of substantial changes, we will announce these modifications on our website 14 days before their application (the Notice Period), except in situations where the nature of the changes renders it impractical to offer such notice. Your ongoing engagement with our services after the expiration of the Notice Period signifies your acceptance of the revised GDPR Privacy Policy.

This GDPR Privacy Policy was last updated on the 22nd of March 2024.