Last updated on 12 April, 2024

Blutui is keeping on the right side of GDPR

Depending on where in the world you are, you may or may not have come across the GDPR. It’s data protection law from the UK and EU and it stands for General Data Protection Regulation, designed to put you in control of your personal data. It came into effect on May 25th 2018.

GDPR has been designed to change for the better how companies use your personal data – and that includes Blutui or Blutui technology resellers and partners.

We want to put you in control and to let you know how and why we collect data.

Freelance Subscribers. If you have set up a personal user profile on Blutui, we will store and use the personal details you have provided in order to administer the account and let you manage logins. You can manage your privacy settings to decide exactly what is shown publicly and, if you wish, delete the profile completely under ‘the right to be forgotten’.

Enterprise Agency Subscribers. If you have purchased and set up an Enterprise Agency subscription on Blutui, we will keep your details and contact you so that we can fulfil the service that you have subscribed to. This information includes email addresses of individuals who have been appointed collaborators or page admins as well as company decision makers involved in choosing to sign up with Blutui.

Newsletter subscribers. If you have given us your email address and consent, we will send you regular communications, covering news, updates, feature releases and technical information as well as new work from around the world. If you don’t get the newsletter, and you’d like to, you can sign up here. Don’t worry, we won’t use that data for any other purpose.

You’re not a Subscriber, so why have we contacted you?

We hold a limited amount of personal data so that we can provide the services that you have paid for or signed up for. We may also hold personal data in the form of work email addresses on the basis of legitimate interest.

The law sets out a number of exemptions from GDPR, which include added protections for journalists, who handle people’s personal information. That means that our journalists may contact you regarding a story and may store some personal data. But this data won’t be used for any other purpose.

As a B2B organisation, we may contact you where our products, events or information is relevant to you professionally. In these situations we will only do so in a way that is proportionate, has a minimal privacy impact, and would not – we hope – strike you as surprising. For example, we might be heading for a trip to your city and decide to reach out to production companies, creative studios or agencies to arrange meetings. This can also be considered a legitimate interest. Of course, if you want us to stop contacting you, let us know at


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