Self-Publishing Review (SPR) undertakes to protect the privacy of its customers and users accessing this website, whose home page is located at http://www.selfpublishingreview.com (the “Website”). The contents of the Website are owned, operated, licensed or controlled by SPR or by any of its subsidiaries.
The user can browse and use the Website without having to provide any detailed personal data. The only personal data that SPR will have access to is the information that users provide voluntarily through the forms provided, or by contacting SPR by e-mail, or purchasing a product on the Website. The Website does not collect personal data through cookies.
2. Data Controller
According to current regulations, the user is informed that the personal data collected through this Website will become part of a file owned by SPR, a company based in the UK, unless otherwise indicated on the Website.
Personal data collected on this Website will be used only to respond to the requests and information demands of the user, to send you information relating to SPR, as well as to communicate, including by electronic means, any news relating to its products and services. Any other purpose shall be communicated to the user before proceeding to the processing of personal data.
4. Transfers to third parties
5. Security Measures
SPR informs you that it has adopted the technical and organizational measures necessary to maintain the level of security required in the personal data processed and also has the necessary mechanisms in place to prevent, to the extent possible, any unauthorized access, theft, illicit modification, and loss of data.
In any case, SPR only will retain user data during the time period necessary to fulfill the intended purposes. Unless applicable law states otherwise, personal data will be erased, blocked or will be rendered anonymous when they are no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected.
In compliance with current regulations, SPR undertakes to fulfill its obligation of secrecy regarding personal data that the user provides while browsing through the Website and it is its duty to keep them confidential.
7. Third party data
In the event that the user provides personal data of third parties, he/she guarantees to have obtained their prior consent and inform them beforehand of the conditions and purposes for which SPR may use their personal data. If required by SPR, the user must prove that consent has been obtained.
The services and information available on the Website are intended for people over 13 years of age.
9. Data quality
Data provided by the user must be accurate and truthful. In any case, the user has the obligation to notify SPR of any changes to their data in order to keep them up to date at all times.
10. Data subjects rights
At any time users may exercise the rights of access, rectification, cancellation, and opposition to the processing of their personal data under the terms established by the current legislation, through the email address email@example.com, or by using the Unsubscribe link on each mailout sent via Mailchimp.
Last update: Sept 2017.