The nature of personal information solicited from you, along with the reasons for its solicitation, will be transparently communicated when we request your personal details.
In instances of direct communication with us, we may acquire supplementary details about you, including your name, email address, contact number, the substance of your message, attachments you may share, and any additional details you choose to furnish.
Upon registration for an Account, we may inquire about your contact particulars, encompassing elements such as name, company designation, address, email address, and telephone number.
Utilization of Information
We employ the collected data diversely, including for:
- Provision, functioning, and upkeep of our website
- Enhancement, customization, and expansion of our website
- Comprehending and analyzing your interaction with our website
- Formulating novel products, services, features, and functionalities
- Facilitating communication, be it direct or via our partners, encompassing customer service, provisioning of updates and other relevant website information, and for promotional and marketing intents
- Dispatching emails
- Detection and prevention of fraudulent activities
At Who is Mag, we adhere to conventional log file practices. These files document visitors’ interactions upon visiting websites. This practice is ubiquitous among hosting companies and contributes to hosting services’ analytical undertakings. The data gleaned from log files comprises internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser classifications, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamps, entry/exit pages, and potentially the frequency of clicks. No correlation exists between this data and personally identifiable information. The raison d’être of this data is trend analysis, site administration, user navigation assessment, and compilation of demographic insights.
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CCPA Privacy Rights
In accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), California residents hold certain rights, including the right to:
- Demand that enterprises gathering personal data reveal the categories and precise elements of personal information accumulated.
- Request the deletion of personal data collected by businesses.
- Opt-out of the sale of their personal data by businesses.
Should you choose to exercise any of these rights, we commit to responding within one month. To initiate this process, please reach out to us.
GDPR Data Privacy Entitlements
At the heart of our commitment is ensuring your comprehensive awareness of your data privacy rights. Each user is endowed with the ensuing privileges:
The Right to Access – You possess the prerogative to request copies of your personal data. This service may incur a nominal fee.
The Right to Rectification – You maintain the authority to solicit rectification of any perceived inaccuracies in your information. Moreover, you retain the privilege to request the completion of any data you deem incomplete.
The Right to Erasure – Under specific conditions, you retain the entitlement to request the removal of your personal data.
The Right to Process Restriction – Under certain circumstances, you can exercise your right to seek limitation on the processing of your personal data.
The Right to Object to Processing – You have the option to object to the processing of your personal data, contingent upon certain conditions.
The Right to Data Portability – Under specific conditions, you possess the right to demand the transfer of the data we have amassed to another organization, or to you directly.
Should you submit a request, we are obliged to respond within a month’s time. If you intend to exercise any of these rights, kindly communicate with us.
Protection of Children’s Information
An additional facet of our commitment is safeguarding children’s well-being during their online engagements. We urge parents and guardians to oversee, partake in, and/or monitor the online activities of minors.
Who is Mag does not knowingly collect any Personally Identifiable Information from children under the age of 13. If you suspect that your child has inadvertently disclosed such information on our platform, we wholeheartedly encourage you to promptly get in touch with us. Rest assured, we will diligently undertake measures to expeditiously expunge such data from our records.