Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The current privacy policy applies to both LossofPrivacy.com (“We”, “Us”, “Our”, the “Website”) and the Owner, on one hand, and the Users visiting the Website, on the other. It outlines the way the Website collects and handles Data, as well as the rights Users have, regarding that Data.

The current privacy policy applies for the Website and its Users and does not cover third-party websites the Users might visit through LossofPrivacy.com.

1.1 Data Controller

LossofPrivacy.com is the ‘data controller’ that determines the processing and handling of data, in accordance with the applicable Data Protection Law, without the involvement of a third party.

1.2 Data Security & Retention

Data is stored on secured serves, and only the Website admin has access to you. If you suspect that your data has not been handled properly, contact us immediately at business@LossofPrivacy.com.

Data is stored no longer than the law-allowed period or for the law-required duration if that period needs to be lengthened. In every other case, Data is stored only for the time necessary to fulfill Terms-outlined purposes.

1.3. Data & Third Parties

We make sure the third parties we partner with can be trusted and we verify their integrity. Our policies do not apply for these third parties, thus, we advise Users to carefully examine their policies and Terms when they visit them through LossofPrivacy.com.

1.4. The Data We Collect

When you visit LossofPrivacy.com, we collect both public and personal information including:

  • IP Address;
  • Operating System;
  • The Used Web-Browser;

To collect that when you visit the Website and interact with it, we apply in the following way:

  • Automatically – by using additional tools like Cookies to automatically detect information.

1.5. How We Use Data?

Data helps us with the improvements we make on the Website to give you a tailor-made experience that answers your preferences:
Automatically collected data helps us with the Website optimization and improved interaction for users;

LossofPrivacy.com does not sell, rent, share, or distribute personal information to third parties, companies, or private entities.

Users can make inquiries regarding their Data and enact their rights in regard to that Data.

1.6. How to Use Your Data Rights?

To enact your rights in regard to your Data, simply contact LossofPrivacy.com at business@LossofPrivacy.com and address your concerns. We encourage you to contact us if there’s a change in your submitted Data so that we can update it.

1.7. Your Data Rights

  • Right to Opt-Out – you can request to opt-out by contacting us via email.
  • Right to Access – you can request a copy of your Data, to update, modify, or delete it at any given moment.
  • Right to Correct – you can request a correction of your Data if you notice it’s inaccurate.
  • Right to Erase – you can request the permanent deletion of your Data from our servers.
  • Right to Data Portability – you can request the move, transfer, or copy of your Data.
  • Right to Object – you can object us using your Data.

 

1.8. Changing the Owner of the Website

In case LossofPrivacy.com changes its ownership because parts or the whole of the Website has been sold, or the business – expanded, the stored Data will be transferred where relevant. The new Owner gains the right to use the Data according to the applicable Terms and policies. We make everything necessary to make sure your Data and privacy protection are ensured if such a case occurs.

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