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Your data on eBadders

eBadders.com does not share any information about you with any third-party.
Only club owners and organisers have some access to the data you have explicitely provided to them on the site (e.g. tournament or league forms).
Some club organisers will pass some of your information to the relevant badminton organisations (e.g. Badminton England, Middlesex or Hammersmith leagues) when you register with them for the league.

eBadders is not responsible for the misuse of your information by club owners and organisers.
If you have any concern or question please contact a club owner or eBadders.
If we have evidence that an owner has misused your information we reserve the right to remove their club from the site.

You have the right to ask us which data we have about you and request changes or removal.
Please first contact a club organiser for such requests then the eBadders team if they are unable to help.

Please find below the description of what eBadders does with the data you provide on the website. (last updated: 19 August 2018)

All visitors

Any visit to the website is anonymously logged to analyse and improve the website based on the traffic. Please see the cookie policy for more info.

Session Players

If you come to a club practice session managed by eBadders automated system (i.e. the selection of the games and record of the scores), the data, time, score, partners, opponents of the games you have played will be recorded on the website.

We collect that information to improve the selection of the games, the aim is to give you a fair number of challenging and varied games. The computer uses the score to gradually assess your level.

You can ask a session host to change your name and we don't recommend using full names; initials and pseudonims are just fine.

Only club organisers can see all the games you have played in their sessions. Other members can only see the list of the best 25 players in a club and the best 10 players in a session. If you want to see your own games, you can ask an organiser to show you or create an account on eBadders and ask an organiser to link that account to your session player.

Your transactions

Some clubs use eBadders to keep track of your sessions and matches fees. Transactions can only be seen by a club owner and the actual member they relate to. Session hosts can record session fee payment during a session. We record the date, time, reason and amount of the transactions.

We offer this service to some large clubs as it helps the owners to become more organised and efficient with the members fees and provides more transparency and evidences between owner and members.

Registered Members

If you have created an account on the site, we only have the minimal amount of information for you to log in and have a unique handle in your club: a name (not necessarily full name) and an email address. Club owners however are requested to provide a full and valid legal name because they are responsible for their club and their members on eBadders.

Tournaments

Some clubs use eBadders to set up tournament registration forms.
The information they collect is exclusively for assigning applicants to the right categories, record pairings and manage payments. The forms collects full names and contact details which are shared only with the club owners. The application data is removed shortly after the tournament. Only club owners can see their participants data on the site.

The owner should not share contact details with any third-party. eBadders does not take responsibility for misuse and will take action against owers if we have evidence of wrongdoing.

League

Some clubs use eBadders to set up league registration forms.
The information they collect is exclusively for the purpose of managing the league and registering their players with the relevant organisations (e.g. Badminton England, Middlesex League). Only club owners can see their applicants data on the site.

The owner should not share contact details with any third-party which is not stricly necessary for running the league. eBadders does not take responsibility for misuse and will take action against owers if we have evidence of wrongdoing.