Reuters is a website that specializes in business and financial news, along with US and international breaking news.
Personal data collected
Reuters obtains personal information from you when you interact with them and their services, for example when you purchase or use their services, register for an event, request information or call them for support. Their servers, logs, and other technologies automatically collect certain information, such as system or device and usage information. They do collect information about you from any third-party sources. Some of the personal information they collect includes name, email address, postal address, mobile number, any other contact data, password, any security information for access to your account, communications from you, payment information, billing address, IP address, location, device provider, browsing and usage data, information on how you navigate their services, your browsing history, which of their services you use most, GPS, location data, demographic information, country, preferred language, and CCTV (if you attend an event with them).
Personal data usage
Reuters uses data to:
- Protect and improve their services.
- Analyze usage.
- Customize and improve your experience.
- Show interest based advertisements to you.
- Set up a user account for you.
- Provide you with services.
- Share with their third-parties’ services.
- Comply with legal purposes.
- Provide technical and customer support and training.
- Verify your identity.
- Send account, subscription, and service information.
- Send invoices.
- Deliver and suggest tailored content for you.
- Make your searches more relevant.
- Contact you.
- Show information you choose to share.
- Support research and development.
- Protect you from fraud.
- Comply with legal requests.
Cookies and similar tech
Their services are not intended for use by children, however if they end up collecting a child’s information, they use it to develop an educational resource. You can connect your social media accounts with your Reuters account, but you will be giving them access to more personal information this way.
Data shared with Reuters
How to protect your privacy
You can protect your privacy on Reuters’ website by:
- Opting out of email marketing by clicking the link in the email.
- Opt out of interest based advertising.
- Opt out of advertising on your mobile device.
- Disable cookies.
How to contact Reuters about your privacy
You can contact Reuters via email or postal mail at:
Data Protection Officer, Thomson Reuters, 30 South Colonnade-Canary Wharf, London E14 5EP, United Kingdom.