In honours of your privacy
The Soneye Post (“SoneyePost,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) is the data controller for the personal data that we gather and use, unless otherwise specified below.
We make use of third parties to process data on our behalf when stated. These third parties function as data processors, which means that we remain the data controller and that they only follow our instructions and are not permitted to disclose the data that they process for us with anyone else.
You agree that we may collect, store, and use your personal information as mentioned below by continuing to use any of our sites.
We do not seek to collect personal information about you like your religious beliefs, sexual preferences, political leanings, union membership, details regarding your health, and genetic and biometric information. We also don’t want to compile any data on criminal offenses and convictions. However, if you do provide us with any special data or information about criminal convictions and offenses while using an interactive feature of the site (like an online contact form), we’ll assume that you are okay with our use of that data or information for the purpose for which you willingly provided that data or information and any reason that is reasonably in line with that reason for providing it. You can discontinue that consent at any time by getting in touch with us through our contact information.
WEB BROWSER COOKIES
“Cookies” may be used on our site to improve 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. A user’s web browser can be configured to accept cookies or to notify them when they are being sent. If they do, be aware that some elements of the Site might not operate correctly.
HOW WE USE COLLECTED DATA INFORMATION
User personal data may be gathered and used by THE SONEYE POST for the following reasons:
- We may need your information to properly display material on our site in order to administer and operate it.
- To conduct a campaign, competition, survey, or other website feature
- To send users information about subjects we think they’ll find interesting that they consented to receive.
- Periodically send emails
- We might send them information and updates using their email address.