Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for Obitunes

As an online music service provider, we take the privacy of our visitors seriously. We’ve created this privacy policy so that you know exactly what information we collect and how we may process it.

Contact us if you need any further information or have any other question.

This Privacy Policy applies exclusively to our online activity and is valid for users visiting our site regarding the personal data they share on Obitunes. It is not applicable to any offline or channel other than this site.


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Information we collect

We may ask for your personal details when we need them, but we’ll tell you exactly why before we collect any personal info from you.

We may collect certain personal data when you submit a request for an account upgrade or otherwise contact us.

We may request additional personal details from you when you create an account. These include things like your first and last names, your title at your current employer, your company’s full legal business description, your mailing and physical addresses, your email, mobile phone numbers, and Skype ID.

What happens to your personal information

We use the information collected from our products to help us improve them.

  • We provide, operate, and maintain the site.
  • Make improvements, personalize content, and add new features to our website.
  • Understand and analyse how you use our website.
  • Create new products, services, feature sets, and functionality
  • We will communicate with you, whether directly or through one of these companies, to provide you with updates, news, and other information relating to our websites, and for marketing and promotional use.
  • Send you emails
  • Find and prevent fraud

Log Files

Obitunes follows the same pattern as every other advertising system out there, tracking your activity across various sites. They may collect IP addresses, browser types, what pages people view, how much time spent on each one, and where they came from. This data can then be used to target ads based on specific interests. However, none of this information is tied back to an individual person, so you are anonymous. In addition, the company doing the tracking doesn’t know who you are unless you give them personal information.

Cookies and Web Beacons

As with most websites, we use ‘cookies’ to collect certain types ofdata from our website. These include details about which parts of the site are

Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

Because we’re using a third party, they use their own cookie technology to track user behavior across multiple websites. You can learn more about their privacy policy here.

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

To view the privacy policy of the advertising networks used by, please visit these links.

Third-parties use technology like “cooki­es,” “JavaScript” and “Web Beacons” to track user behavior across different sites and apps. These tools help advertisers understand how people interact with ads and target them with relevant ads.

You can’t use OAuth tokens from an application like Obitunes to log into another site.

Third Party Privacy Policies

Our privacy policy doesn’t cover any third parties advertising on our page. We advise you to check their policies before continuing.

If you want to know more details about managing your browser’scookieless settings, visit the browser manufacturers’ sites for information.

CCPA Privacy Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

Among other things, under the CCPA, Californians have the following rights: * The ability to access,

Ask a business that collects personal information from consumers if they disclose the categories and specifics of what types of personal information they collect about consumers.

Ask that a company remove any personal data they’ve gathered from consumers.

Ask for a company that doesn’t collect consumers’ personal information to not collect their personal information.

If you make a complaint, we have 30 days to deal with it. If you want to exercise any of these complaints, please contact us.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

We want to make sure you’re fully aware of every user’s data privacy right. Every user has these basic data protection options:

Your rights include requesting copies of your own personalinformation. If we ask for payment, there’s no obligation to pay anything.

You have the following rights under the Data Protection Act 1998:1) To ask us to confirm whether personal data held by us is accurate;

This means you may ask us to remove your personal data if we hold it in connection with any unlawful activity, if there’s no public interest in its continued storage, or if you object to our use of it for direct marketing

You have the right to ask us to restrict the way we use your personal information.

You have the right to request deletion of your personal data from us if we process it unlawfully.

Data porting – You have the right to ask us to transfer data from our systems to others (or directly to you) under certain conditions.

Children’s Information

Another important aspect of our priorities includes making sure that kids are safe when they’re online by encouraging them to follow parental guidelines.

We don’t knowingly gather personal identifiable info from kids under 13. If you believe that someone under the age of 13 provided this info on our site, please email us immediately so we can take action to correct it.