Privacy Policy

1. Joint Controllers for Personal Data Processing

The management of personal data during your visit to our Web App, (“BouncingBall8”), involves joint controllership between BouncingBall8 and Facebook Ireland Ltd. (“Facebook”). This partnership arises because, by operating the app, BouncingBall8 enables Facebook to deploy cookies on the devices of visitors, whether or not they have a Facebook account.

Facebook holds the primary responsibility under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for handling Insights Data. It adheres to all pertinent GDPR obligations regarding the processing of Insights Data, including Articles 12 and 13 for transparency, Articles 15 to 22 concerning users’ rights, and Articles 32 to 34 on data security. Further, Facebook communicates the key aspects of the Page Insights Controller Addendum to data subjects, which is accessible here:

The following outlines how both BouncingBall8 and Facebook manage personal data when you visit the app. However, it’s important to note that BouncingBall8 generally has limited control over the data Facebook collects and processes. Consequently, we cannot fully clarify the extent or purpose of Facebook’s data usage. We will continue to observe developments and update our privacy policy accordingly.

Please be aware that your interaction with this APP, including the use of its interactive features (such as commenting, sharing, rating), is at your discretion and risk.

2. Contact Information for Jointly Responsible Parties

The primary point of contact for BouncingBall8 is as follows:

3. Contacting Facebook’s Data Protection Officer

For inquiries regarding data protection, you can reach the Data Protection Officer of Facebook through this link:

4. Rights to Object and Withdraw Consent

Visitors can withdraw their consent for the processing of their personal data at any time, aligning with the rights of data subjects. If you wish to object to the storage of your personal data, you may contact us via email at any time. Upon request, APP will cease data collection and delete any previously collected user data.

The gathering and storing of data in log files are essential for the operation of the APP, making it mandatory. Therefore, there is no option for visitors to object to this process for the functioning of the APP.

5. Data Subject Rights

As a data subject, if your personal data is processed, you possess several rights with respect to the entities handling your data, namely BouncingBall8 and Facebook:

  • Right to Information: You have the right to be informed about the personal data BouncingBall8 and Facebook hold about you, which includes data used for the enhancement of Facebook Products.
  • Right to Rectification, Deletion, or Restriction: You can request the correction, deletion, or limitation of the processing of your personal data.
  • Right to Object: You have the right to object to the processing of your data if it is based on the legitimate interests of BouncingBall8, serves a public interest, or involves profiling, unless compelling legitimate grounds for processing are demonstrated, or the data is needed for legal claims.
  • Right to Data Portability: You can request a copy of your personal data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format.
  • Right to Lodge a Complaint: You have the right to complain to a supervisory authority about the data processing activities.
  • Right to Withdraw Consent: You may withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data at any time, effective for future activities.

To exercise these rights, you may contact BouncingBall8 or Facebook using the provided contact details. For issues related to Facebook’s processing of Insights data, we will forward your queries to Facebook, which will handle them in accordance with the Page Insights Supplement obligations.


1. Data Processing Objectives at BouncingBall8

BouncingBall8 engages with social networks to connect with interested individuals and inform them about our latest products, events, and updates.

Whenever you access our APP, whether you are logged into your Facebook account or not, your browser inherently sends specific data to the web server managed by Facebook for technical reasons. Additionally, Facebook employs “cookies,” which are small text files saved on your device through your browser. These cookies are used by Facebook to enable BouncingBall8, as the APP operator, to access statistics compiled from page visits to enhance the marketing strategies for our activities.

2. Data Collection and Analysis

As the administrator of the APP, BouncingBall8 has access to anonymized statistical data about its visitors via the APP Insights feature, which Facebook supplies as an integral component of our agreement with them. This data is gathered using cookies that Facebook places on the visitor’s device, each embedded with a unique user code. This code, associated with the login details of registered Facebook users, is activated upon visiting the APP.

BouncingBall8 is able to receive demographic insights about its audience from Facebook, such as age range, gender, relationship status, and professional background, as well as their interests and consumer behaviors. This includes details on lifestyle, shopping habits, preferred product or service categories, and geographical information. Such data helps BouncingBall8 in tailoring special promotions, organizing events, and customizing its content to better suit the interests of its audience.

Although the statistics provided by Facebook to BouncingBall8 are strictly in anonymized form, the compilation of this data begins with the collection and processing of personal data via cookies placed by Facebook on visitors’ devices for statistical purposes. For further details about how APP Insights works and the data it uses, please visit the following links:

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Data from Facebook groups linked to our APP is similarly processed. Given Facebook’s continual updates, the availability and processing of this data change frequently. For more details, please refer to Facebook’s privacy policy as noted earlier and further discussed below in the section “PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA BY FACEBOOK.”

We utilize this aggregated data to enhance the appeal of our posts and activities on the APP. For instance, we tailor our communications based on age and gender distributions and schedule our posts based on users’ preferred visiting times to maximize engagement. Information about the types of devices used by visitors enables us to optimize the visual design of our content. In line with Facebook’s terms of service, which all users accept upon creating their profiles, we are able to identify subscribers and fans of our page and access their profiles along with other information they have made public.

In addition to the automatically collected anonymized data, we also process data that you voluntarily provide, such as comments on posts or direct communications with us.

3. Data Deletion and Storage Duration

Personal data is deleted or blocked as soon as it is no longer needed for its initial purpose. However, data retention may still be required under European or national legislation, regulations, or other legal provisions applicable to BouncingBall8. Furthermore, data will be blocked or deleted once the legally specified retention period expires, unless there is a necessity to continue storing the data for contract completion or fulfillment.

Users have the right to request the deletion of their data from our systems at any time. This can be done by navigating to the Facebook profile settings, selecting Settings & Privacy > Settings > Apps and Websites, and clicking the Remove button for Bouncing Ball 88.


Processing of Personal Data by Facebook

The extent to which Facebook utilizes data from APP visits for its purposes, how it attributes activities on the APP to individual users, the duration for which Facebook retains this data, and whether data from an APP visit is shared with third parties, remain somewhat unclear. Although not fully transparent, we continue to monitor developments and will update our privacy policy as necessary. The following details are based on publicly available information from Facebook concerning personal data processing when using Facebook products.

1. Purpose of Data Processing

According to Facebook, the personal data of visitors are processed for the following reasons:

  • To provide, personalize, and enhance Facebook products;
  • For measurement, analytics, and other Facebook services;
  • To support privacy, integrity, and security;
  • To communicate with users of Facebook;
  • For research and innovation for societal benefits.
  • For comprehensive details on how Facebook processes data, you can review the Facebook Data Policy at:

Additional information about Facebook’s legitimate interests in processing personal data is available at:
When you access our APP, whether logged into your Facebook account or not, your browser automatically sends specific data due to technical reasons to Facebook’s servers. Moreover, Facebook employs “cookies” to facilitate various functionalities, including providing BouncingBall8 with analytics to refine the marketing of our activities. You can find more about Facebook’s cookie usage in their Cookie Policy here:

2. Description and Score of Data Processing

  1. Types of Information Processed by Facebook

To facilitate and enhance the Facebook Products, Facebook must process information about its visitors. This information varies based on visitor interactions and usage of Facebook Products. The data processed may include:

  • Activities performed and information provided by visitors and others, such as usage details of Facebook Products, transactional data, or interactions with other profiles, pages, accounts, hashtags, and groups.
  • Device-related information including device attributes, identifiers, network details, connections, and cookie data.
  • Information from third-party partners, such as advertisers, app developers, and publishers, is also processed. These partners use Facebook business tools like social plugins (“Like” button), Facebook Login, and Facebook Pixel to share details of the visitor’s activities outside of Facebook with Facebook.
  • Moreover, Facebook employs cookies set on the visitor’s device upon visiting the APP, irrespective of Facebook login status. Facebook processes this cookie data along with information from visits to other services within the Facebook group of companies and third-party services using Facebook services. External entities like Facebook partners also utilize cookies on Facebook Services for providing services to Facebook or entities advertising on Facebook. For details on how Facebook uses cookies, please visit the Facebook Cookie Policy:
  • The visitor’s IP address is transmitted to Facebook when accessing an APP, which Facebook states is anonymized and deleted after 90 days. Facebook also retains information about users’ devices, potentially linking IP addresses to specific users.
  • To prevent Facebook from linking this data to your Facebook account, log out, disable “stay logged in,” clear your cookies, and restart your browser. This prevents direct identification via Facebook. Interacting with page features (Like, Comment, Share, etc.) post-login makes you recognizable to Facebook again.
  • For managing or deleting your information, consult Facebook’s privacy support pages:
  • Further details on the types of information processed by Facebook can be found in the Facebook Data Policy:
  1.  Information Sharing by Facebook

Facebook collaborates with third-party partners to help provide and improve its products or utilize Facebook business tools for growth. Information may be shared with:

  • Analytics partners;
  • Advertisers;
  • Measurement partners;
  • Goods and services providers within Facebook products;
  • Vendors and service providers;
  • Researchers and academics;
  • Law enforcement or upon legal requests.

More about how Facebook shares data with these partners is available in the Facebook Data Policy:

  1. Global Data Processing and Transmission by Facebook

Facebook shares information internationally among its own companies and with external partners, as well as with entities that users interact and share content with globally. This involves data transfers to the U.S. or other countries lacking adequate data protection standards. Facebook utilizes standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission or adheres to adequacy decisions by the Commission concerning certain countries.

For additional insights into Facebook’s data transfers, refer to their Privacy Policy:

3. Data Deletion and Storage Duration

Facebook holds onto data only as long as necessary to furnish its services and products or until a user’s account is terminated—whichever comes first. The specific duration for which data is kept varies by the type of information, its intended use, and any pertinent legal or operational retention requirements.

For detailed insights into Facebook’s data deletion and retention policies, please refer to the Facebook Data Policy.

Additionally, for specifics on the lifespan of cookies Facebook employs, consult the Facebook Cookie Policy.