Privacy police

This privacy policy (“Policy”) describes how shannon-rock.com (“Website” or “Service”) collects, protects, and uses personally identifiable information (“Personal Information”). It describes how to see and amend personal information. You agree to this Policy by using the Website and Services. This Policy doesn’t apply to firms we don’t control or manage.

Automatic info-gathering

When you visit our website, our servers log the data your browser transmits. This includes your phone’s Internet address, Internet Explorer type and version, windows system version number, vocabulary priorities or the webpage you were visiting before visiting the Website and Services, pages you visit on the Website and Services, the time spent on those pages, information you search for on the Website, access times and dates, and other statistics.

Automatically obtained data is utilised to identify possible misuse and calculate website usage and traffic. This statistics data cannot identify a user.

COLLECTED DETAILS

You can use the Website and Services anonymously. Some websites may require personal info (for example, your name and e-mail address). We gather and retain your information when you shop or fill out a form online. Include:

  • Address, email, etc.
  • LAT/LON.

You provide information through the Website and Services. Public databases and marketing partners may provide your PII. Some Website services may be inaccessible without your Personal Information.

Data processing

We may collect and use your Personal Information to offer Website and Services or to comply with the law. Without the required information, we can’t help you. Your information may be used for:

  • Enhance services
  • Market materials
  • Help with questions
  • Solicit input
  • Enhance UX
  • Testimonials
  • Customize advertisements
  • Manage website/services

We may be authorised to handle your information without consent or the legal grounds mentioned unless you object (by opting out). In any situation, we’ll describe the legal basis for processing, including whether Personal Information input is a statutory, contractual, or contract-entry requirement.

BALANCES

Payment processors help us protect your data. Their privacy policies may offer less protections than this one. Read the policy.

DISCLOSURE

Depending on the requested Services or as needed to complete a transaction or provide a service, we may share your information with trusted third parties that collaborate with us, our affiliates and subsidiaries, with your approval. We don’t disclose PII. These service providers may only use or disclose your information for us or to comply with the law. Third parties whose privacy policies match ours or who agree to follow our guidelines may receive your Personal Information for these purposes. We only offer third parties the Personal Information they need to do their jobs; they can’t use it for marketing or other purposes.

If required by law, such as to comply with a court order or similar legal process, and when humans believe good faith that disclaimer is needed to safeguard our rights, your security or the security of others, start investigating fraud, or respond to a government invitation, we will disclose any Individual Information we collect, use, or receive.

Remembering

We’ll store and use your Personal Information as long as necessary to comply with the law, settle disputes, and enforce our agreements. We may use aggregated data after you update or remove your PII, but not to identify you. Then erase personal data. Access, erasure, correction, and data portability aren’t possible beyond the retention term.

Transmission

Data transfers may include worldwide transmission and storage, depending on your location. You have the right to know the legal basis for transferring your information to a country outside the EU or to an international body ruled by public international law or formed by two or more countries, such as the UN, as well as the security measures we take to protect your information. If a transfer occurs, read the relevant parts of this Policy or contact us.

Permissions

Personal info is yours. You can: I withdraw consent where you have previously consented to the processing of your information; (ii) object to the processing of your information if it is carried out on a lawful foundation other than consent; (iii) gain knowledge if information is being digested by us, obtain over what certain aspects of the processing, and obtain a copy of the information undergoing processing. This section applies if your data is automatically processed with your permission, a contract you’re party to, or pre-contractual duties.

Refuse-to-process-right

You can object when we handle Personal Information in the public interest, in the exercise of official power, or for legitimate reasons. You can object without explanation if your personal information is used for direct marketing. This page explains whether we use personal data for direct marketing.

GDPR data protection

Shannon-Rock lets UK residents with data protection rights rectify, edit, erase, or restrict their Personal Information. Contact us if you want to see or delete your personal information. Data protection rights:

  • Request your saved personal information.
  • We’ll rectify incorrect personal information. We can fill incomplete personal information.
  • You can request the deletion of specific personal information.
  • You can object to our PII use.
  • You can limit PII processing. If you restrict its usage, we may preserve your Personal Information.
  • Your personal information can be machine-readable.
  • You can withdraw your consent whenever shannon-rock requires it.

Data Protection Authorities might investigate how our organisation utilises your personal data. Contact UK data protection authorities for further information.

Applying rights

Contact shannon-rock to exercise your rights. We may request ID before replying. Your request must include enough information to verify you or an authorised representative. Please provide enough details so we can answer. We can’t react to your request or offer you Personal Information without verifying your identity and authorisation.

Kinderprivacy

Under-18s’ personal data isn’t collected. Under-18s shouldn’t use the Website and Services. Parents and guardians should supervise their children’s Internet use and instruct them not to share Personal Information through the Website and Services without their consent. If you suspect a kid under 18 has supplied Personal Information, contact us. To handle personal data in your country, you must be 16 or older (in some countries we may allow your parent or guardian to do so on your behalf).

COOKIES

Cookies personalise a website’s features. Web servers place cookies on hard drives. No programmes or viruses can execute on cookies. Only web servers on the same domain may read unique cookies.

Cookies may be used to collect, store, and monitor website and service information. Optional cookies. Most web browsers allow cookies automatically, but you may alter your settings to deny them. This page describes cookies.

NON-SIGNATURES

Some web browsers feature a Do Not Track functionality that informs websites not to track online activities. Website data collection is not tracking. “Tracking” means gathering personally identifiable information from website visitors. Website and Services don’t track third-party sites or time. Third-party sites may use browser data to personalise content.

Infosec

Your information is encrypted to prevent unauthorised access, use, and disclosure. We take administrative, technological, and physical procedures to protect PII. Internet and cellular data aren’t guaranteed. Despite our efforts to protect your Personal Information, Internet privacy and security restrictions are so beyond our control; (ii) the security, integrity, and privacy of any and all information and data exchanged between you and the Website and Services cannot be guaranteed; and (iii) such information and data may be viewed or tampered with in transit by a third party, despite our efforts.

Hacking

If we learn that the Website’s and Services’ security has been compromised or that users’ personal information has been disclosed to unrelated third parties due to external activity, such as security attacks or fraud, we reserve the right to investigate, report, notify, and cooperate with law enforcement authorities. We’ll tell users if a data breach threatens their safety or as required by law. Email you.

Revisions

We retain the right to update this Policy at any moment and will notify you of any substantial changes. When it happens, we’ll update this page. We may also alert you using your contact details. Any revised Policy becomes effective upon publication, unless otherwise noted. Using the Website and Services after the amended Policy’s effective date (or taking any other action) implies acceptance. Without your consent, we won’t use your personal information differently.

Approved policy

You accept this Policy. You agree this Policy by using the Website and Services. You can’t use the Website or Services if you disagree with the Policy.