Serato DJ Pro, collectively "Serato DJ software", has a History feature which contains a log of the music you have played.
Playlists is a feature which allows you to store, edit and share what you have played with your friends and fans on Serato.com.
Serato Websites means websites owned and run by Serato Limited, "Serato", namely Serato.com.
The History feature of Serato DJ allows you to select a number of History Sessions, and optionally "Export to Serato Playlists", which sends information from those History Session from your Serato DJ Pro software, to the Playlist section on your Serato account.
What Information is sent from your Serato DJ software to Playlists?
If you choose to use Playlists, the information sent from your Serato DJ Pro software to Playlists includes computer information and play information.
Computer Information includes your computer OS, time and date information, your IP address, and an ID representing the export.
Play Information includes a copy of the information from the History feature, which you elected to export to Playlists.
For each History Session the following information is sent: your Serato DJ Pro software and version, Session name (if you have named it in your Serato DJ Pro software), Session start and end times and duration, the date and time the Session was last edited in History, the time zone during the Session, and IDs representing the Session.
For each Track in the selected History Sessions the following information is sent: IDs representing the session, time started and finished and duration and percentage played, which Virtual Deck the track was on, whether the track was played or not, the date and time the track was last edited in the History, and copies of certain ID3 tags as they are stored in the History: artist, track, album, genre, label, BPM, key, remixer, composer, year, rating, track number, bit and sample rate, file name and file size, track length.
Please note that we do not send any other ID3 tags not listed above, such as Comments or Grouping, and we do not send any other Serato DJ Pro software Library Information not already mentioned such as the track Location (ie where the track lives on your computer hard drive).
Please note that you are able to edit the following parts of the Play Information sent from History to Playlists: the artist, track, and whether a track was played or not. Tracks can also be inserted to represent tracks that are played from different sources (eg a vinyl record). This information can be edited both when in your Serato DJ Pro software History (ie before exporting to Playlists), and when accessing your Playlists on Serato Websites (ie after exporting from Serato DJ Pro software to Playlists).
Serato makes no representations as to the accuracy of any Playlist. The accuracy of any Playlist is dependent on a number of factors that are outside of Serato's control, such as the accuracy of ID3 tags associated with any Track, and any edits made to Play Information.
Who can view my Playlists?
You can choose to keep individual Playlists Private or make them Public. Private Playlists are only visible to you and Serato. Public Playlists can be shared with everyone on the Internet.
Can any other third parties Access Playlists Information?
Serato takes your privacy very seriously and we will take all reasonable measures to ensure that your personally identifiable information remains private. However, Serato may release Personal Information and other Identifiable Information when Serato considers it appropriate to do so for legal compliance and law enforcement, or to facilitate court proceedings.