However I found I could use houseparty in a clean browser (chromium) – app.houseparty.com. as there was absolutely no way I was going to install the app on my pixel phone. After trying to play a game with friend I found the video worked but not the actual game.
As we moved on to using boardgamearena.com. I decided I wanted to delete my account and got interested to know how much data they had collected about me in my short time in houseparty.
Outcomes my GDPR request, I send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and nothing. I resend it to email@example.com and get my response. Back and forth then finally…
May 08, 2020, 20:46 +0100
Thank you for your response.
I’m glad that you’ve reached us regarding your request. We received your data request. Our team is working on pulling the data, and you will receive your data within 30 days.
Please feel free to contact us if you need any further assistance.
As you see can see the date of May 8th was 34 days ago and yes I get Covid19 but I’m not expecting the much data back. Unless there is a ton coming my way?
Either way I’m annoyed at being messed around at the start and also them not taking it seriously. I’m still not convinced Romeo Tango is real to be honest.
So enough, I’ll let the ICO deal with it all.
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