x-posting the discussion started on /r/pcgaming
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Reddit user /u/baciti , who claims to be a "certified data protection officer for a company operating within the EU" has left a very detailed answer to all of these points, which I will copy as a comment below. The important part is already stated at the beginning:
Generally their policy isn't good, nor does it conform with the requirements of the GDPR. They're already in violation of at least Article 12 GDPR solely based on the excerpts you've posted.
Thoughts and opinions are welcome, especially from other data protection law experts.
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