Last updated: 2022-12-04
How to Contact Us
Having read this privacy statement, should you have any concerns or questions, please contact us at the email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of personal information that comes our way in any way you interact with out website. We will never sell, rent, or lease such information. We will never give your information to a third-party unless, in exceptional circumstance, we are required to do so by law and court order. We value your trust and we promise to fully protect your private information.
How We Collect Personal Data
We do not actively collect personal data but contact with personal data is possible if you subscribe to our newsletter as your email is required. If you make a donation to help us, your email (not your name) is also revealed to us by PayPal. Your IP address is also routinely logged and this is not unique to us rather how every website operates.
Your IP address provides an approximate area of your location (in most cases that of your ISP) rather than your personal location. An IP address can accurately reflect its country location but we understand that this may not be your country or area location if you’re using a VPN.
Access Log Information
It is a well-established fact that web servers collect and log access and usage data comprising of browser details (type, version, cookie info, language, time-zone, plugins, etc) and IP addresses. Based on the browser information, such gathering of information can also make it possible for a previously visited website to be known to a current website. We are stating this here, so you know your IP addresses are automatically logged by our webservers.
We use third-party website visitors’ statistical tools such as Google Analytics for the purpose of understanding the distribution of our potential customers by region, personal profile, etc., as provided by third-party service providers.
How We Share and Disclose Personal Information
OROMIA TODAY has no control over how personal data is shared or disclosed. We do not sell your personal information. We do not pass on your information to other businesses or entities without your prior permission. One overriding exception to this is if we are required by law enforcement authorities or court order to access your information.
The following summarises the conditions under which personal data sharing or disclosure can occur:
- With consent: OROMIA TODAY may share your personal information with third parties only when we have your consent to do so.
- To comply with the law: if we receive a request for information (such as court order), we may disclose information we have on you (such as IP address) if we reasonably believe disclosure is in accordance with, or required by any applicable law, regulation or legal process.
- To prevent fraud, defend ours and others’ rights and safety: Information may be disclosed in the interest of protecting and defending individuals and properties, including enforcing service contracts or policies, in connection with investigating security issues and preventing fraud.
How We Secure Personal Information
We take security of personal data very seriously. We use all appropriate technologies and processes to protect personal information we hold from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access or disclosure.
Your Rights About Information We Hold
Individuals in EU and other countries have certain statutory rights in relation to their personal data arising from the GDPR law. Subject to any exemptions provided by law, you may have the right to request access to your personal data, as well as to seek to update, correct or delete this personal data. If this applies to you, please contact us at email: email@example.com by clearly stating your request.
Contacting Supervisory Authority
Should you wish to discuss a complaint, in the first instance, please feel free to contact us using the contact detail provided at the beginning of this document. All complaints will be treated in a confidential manner.
If you are not satisfied with our complaint handling, under the GDPR law, you also have the right to escalate the matter as a complaint or otherwise, to a data protection authority that acts as a Lead Supervisory Authority for the country we operate in. The Lead Supervisory Authority with regard to personal data protection in the UK is the Information Commissioner’s Office or ICO. You will find all the contact details at the ICO website.
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