The app allows you to display personal media content stored on your mobile device, such as photos and videos, via the Audi Entertainment mobile rear seat entertainment system.
When you first activate the app, you will be asked whether you wish to give the app subsequent access to additional content on your mobile device, including:
These access rights are necessary to provide you with the full functionality of the app. However, this content is not accessed until you have activated the relevant access rights and provided your consent.
When you use the RSE Remote App, data is exchanged only between your mobile device and the main unit in your vehicle. We use a tool called HockeyApp to analyse errors and to improve the stability of our app. If our app crashes, HockeyApp sends information (including the status of the app at the point that it crashed and the last login notification) to the servers belonging to HockeyApp (a Microsoft company, Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052-6399, US) so that we can evaluate this information. Crash reports generally do not contain any personal information. Crash reports generated by iOS devices contain information about your device (model, operating system version, but not the serial number, IMEI number, etc.) and the app version.
Information about the Microsoft and HockeyApp data protection regulations can be found here [https://www.hockeyapp.net/imprint/].
As you would expect, you have all the relevant data protection rights to access, rectification, erasure and restriction of processing when your personal data is processed. You also have the right to object, on grounds relating to your particular situation, to processing of your personal data for the legitimate interest being pursued by us. In this scenario, we will re-examine the reasons for data processing accordingly. You can also object at any time to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes, including profiling, in order to stop your data from being processed for this reason.