Personal identification informationWe may collect personal identification information from users in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, when users visit our website, register on the site, transact business, sign up for the newsletter, respond to a survey, and fill out other forms. We may also collect personal identification information from users in connection with other website features, services, or tools that we make available. Users may be asked for their name, email address, postal address, and phone number as necessary. Users may, however, visit our website anonymously. We will collect personal identification information from users only if they voluntarily submit such information to us. Users always have the option to decline to submit personally identifiable information, but doing so might prevent them from taking part in certain site-related activities.
Non-personal identification informationWe may collect non-personal identification information about users whenever they interact with our site. Non-personal identification information may include the type of computer being used, the operating system, the Internet service providers used, and other similar information. It may also include the browser name, the type of computer, and technical information about how users connect to our site.
Website cookies"Cookies" may be used on our site to improve the user experience. Cookies are stored on a user's hard drive by their web browser for record-keeping and occasionally to track information about them. Users have the option of configuring their web browser to reject cookies or to notify them when cookies are being sent. Upon doing so, they should be aware that some website features might not operate as intended.
How your data is protected by usTo prevent unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure, or destruction of your personal information, username, password, transaction information, and data stored on our website, we follow industry-accepted standards for data collection, storage, and processing.
Sharing your personal informationUsers' personal information is not shared with third parties through sales, trades, or rentals. We may only share your information with these third parties for necessary and limited purposes, provided that you have given us your permission.
Collection of personal and non-personal identification information
We may collect the following categories of personal identification information from users: name, email address, mailing address, IP address, telephone number. Additionally, we might collect non-personal data about users' online activities, such as their browser type, computer type, technical specs, operating system, internet service provider, browsing history, and other data pertaining to how they interact with a website or application.
We occasionally employ third-party service providers to carry out business operations for us, like distributing newsletters or conducting surveys. If you have given us permission to do so, we may disclose your information to these parties for those specific purposes. However, outside of that, we do not sell, share, rent, trade or disclose your personal information with any third-party company.
This data is either directly provided by users to our business or is collected automatically when users interact with our website. For the business and commercial uses listed in the section above titled "How We Use Collected Information," we gather personally identifiable information.
The right to access your personal informationYou have the right to access the personal information we hold about you. You also have the right to request a copy of the personal information we hold. If you want to access this data, send a description of the information you want us to share to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not sell my personal informationWe do not sell, trade, or rent users' personal identification information to others and have not done so in the past 12 months. However, users can still opt-out and request that we do not sell their personal information in the future through this.
When we collect personal dataAD360 will only collect and use users’ personal information in the following circumstances:
- Where you have given us consent to process personal data for a specified purpose.
- Where we need your data to carry out the agreement we have or will soon enter into with you.
- Where it is necessary to protect our or another party's legitimate interests, as long as your interests or basic rights do not legally supersede these.
Why we collect and store personal dataWe collect and use users’ personal data for the purposes listed in the “How we use collected information” section above, provided we have your consent or are otherwise legally empowered to do so.
How you provide consentUsers provide consent by filling out contact forms on our website. We store all collected information for 60 days. We use this information for marketing purposes, to contact users about our services. Thereafter, we will delete your information.
GDPR data protection rightsUsers have eight (8) rights under the GDPR. Every user located in the E.U. is entitled to the following data protection rights:
- Right to be informed: Anyone processing a user’s personal data must make clear what data is being processed, why and with whom else this data may be shared with.
- Right to access: Users have the right to see what personal information is being held.
- Right to rectification: A user’s data must be able to be corrected or amended if incorrect information is being held by the company.
- Right to erasure: Also called the “Right to be Forgotten,” this right dictates that, at any time, users may contact us at email@example.com to request that we delete all personal data.
- Right to restrict processing: Users have the right to request a temporary halt to the processing of personal data, such as in the case of data being corrected or a dispute in a legal case concluded.
- Right to data portability: Users may request any personal data supplied to the company be provided back to them in a simple, structured, and machine-readable format.
- Right to object to processing: A user has the right to object to any further data processing that falls outside the parameters of the primary purpose for which the data was collected.
- Right to avoid automated decision-making: Users may not be subject to any decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling.