This Privacy and Cookies Policy applies to the remoteworkadvocate.com website and online features (“Content”) that link to this Privacy and Cookies Policy (“Policy”). In this Policy, we use “we,” “us,” and “our” to collectively refer to remoteworkadvocate.com.
You can learn more about cookies and similar technology which we use in this Policy by reviewing the terms below.
1. KEY POINTS
We use personal data to allow you to use the features in the Content, to process your registration, and to provide you with requested Content.
If you give us permission, we will send you news and promotional material about remoteworkadvocate.com. You can change your mind at any time and ask us not to process your personal data for direct marketing purposes, including profiling related to direct marketing. This Policy also explains when we process personal data, for our legitimate interests. You can ask us to stop processing this data.
We provide interactive features that engage with social media sites, such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. If you use these features, these sites will send us personal data about you.
When you make a purchase from our site, we will use your personal data to fulfil your order. We will disclose your personal data to our third-party partners to process your payment and perform some of the other fulfilment on our behalf.
We disclose personal data when you agree that we can share data with our business partners. We also share data with third parties, and we engage to process data on our behalf or when such sharing is required by law, or in certain other situations.
We transfer your personal data to the United States or other jurisdictions in which we or our service providers are located.
2. USE OF INFORMATION
We use personal data collected via our Content.
To fulfil a contract, or take steps linked to a contract:
- To process your registration on our site
- and apps, by trying to prevent unauthorised or malicious activities
- To determine your approximate location and adapt our content (e.g.language, currency, territory restrictions)
- To tailor Content, advertisements and offers for you.
Where you give us consent:
- Where you ask us to send marketing information to you via a medium where we need your consent (for example, email marketing)
- Where you give us consent to place cookies and to use similar technologies
- On other occasions where we ask you for consent, for a purpose which we explain at that time.
- Where you give us consent to access our precise geolocation, we utilize it to provided certain services, such as to show local theatres or serve location-based advertising.
We retain personal data for as long as we think is reasonably necessary for the purposes described above.
Information we RECEIVE from Third Parties
Sometimes, we receive information about you from third parties. If you participate in activities on non-remoteworkadvocate.com sites or apps – such as participating in a Facebook application – you may allow us to have access to personal data held by Facebook, or other site or app owners.
3. COOKIES AND SIMILAR TRACKING TECHNOLOGY
Cookies, web beacons (also known as “tracking pixels”) and other tracking technologies may be used by remoteworkadvocate.com to collect information about interactions with the Content or e-mails, including information about your browsing and purchasing behavior.
These cookies and similar tracking technologies allow us to recognise you when you visit a site or app or open an email – they do lots of different jobs, like letting you navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and generally improving your experience.
We use tracking technologies for two purposes:
- To show adverts that are more relevant to your interests: for example, with your consent, we use tracking technologies to remember Content that has interested you and then use this to help us serve more relevant ads to you, including when you are on another site. Tracking technologies also help limit the number of times that you see an ad, measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and help us and others track whether ads have been properly displayed so we can pay for this. We also allow other organisations to use tracking technologies for these advertising purposes too.
- To analyse and improve your browsing experience: to analyse which Content is most popular and gets viewed the most and which gets viewed the least, and to provide us with general information about users of the Content (such as age, gender and interest areas). We also check for bugs and glitches in the Content and remember the choices you have made, such as your language or region, to enhance and personalise your experience. We use analytics services provided by Google to help us do this. If you don’t want us to use information about your visits in this way, you may get in touch with email@example.com to opt-out of their services.
How to manage tracking technologies
If you are using our Content via a browser, you can change your cookies preferences and withdraw your consent at any time.
- the Help menu on the menu bar of most browsers tells you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to delete old cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies altogether
- you can opt-out of analytics as described above.
4. SHARING YOUR PERSONAL DATA
If we ask you for consent to share your personal data with third parties for their own marketing purposes, and if you give consent, we will share personal data with these third parties. We do not share your personal data with third parties for their own marketing unless you agree to this.
If you submit user-generated content to a site this will be disclosed publicly.
We share data with third parties who perform functions on our behalf, such as hosting or operating our site and apps, sending e-mails, and carrying out data analysis. Where you make a purchase on our site, we will share your personal data with third parties to process your card payment and deliver your order.
Our site is hosted and operated by us or our service providers in the United States and other countries. Your personal data will be transferred to and processed in the United States and to other countries which may be outside the country in which you live, where the privacy laws may not provide an equivalent level of protection to those in your home country.
6. AMENDING OR REMOVING YOUR PERSONAL DATA, CONTROLLING MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS, OTHER PRIVACY QUESTIONS AND RIGHTS
You have the right to confirm the existence of any processing related to your data access your personal data and, if necessary, have it amended or deleted or restricted. You may also ask us to provide some types of personal data to you, or another organisation nominated by you, in a structured and machine-readable format.
You can also ask us not to send marketing communications and not to use your personal data when we carry out profiling for direct marketing purposes or any other processing based on your consent. You can opt out of receiving email newsletters and other marketing communications by following the opt-out instructions provided to you in those emails.
For more details or any privacy questions please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You also have a right to submit a complaint to a supervisory authority for data protection in the country where you live, where you work, or where you consider that a breach of data protection has occurred – although we hope that we can assist with any queries or concerns you may have about our use of your personal data.
7. CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
We reserve the right to change the terms of this Privacy and Cookies Policy at any time, by prominently posting notice of the amendment on the site. To the extent permitted by law, these changes will apply from the time they are posted.
This Privacy and Cookies Policy is effective as of January 2021.