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Privacy
and
cookies
policy
1.
Introduction
1.1
We
are
committed
to
safeguarding
the
privacy
of
Weed
World
magazine
visitors
and
customers.
1.2
This
policy
applies
where
we
are
acting
as
a
data
controller
with
respect
to
the
personal
data
from
weedworldmagazine.org
visitors
and
service
users;
in
other
words,
where
we
determine
the
purposes
and
means
of
the
processing
of
that
personal
data.
1.3
By
using
our
website
and
agreeing
to
this
policy,
you
consent
to
our
use
of
cookies
in
accordance
with
the
terms
of
this
policy.
2.
How
we
use
your
personal
data
2.1
In
this
Section
2
we
have
set
out:
(a)
the
general
categories
of
personal
data
that
we
may
process;
(b)
in
the
case
of
personal
data
that
we
did
not
obtain
directly
from
you,
the
source
and
specific
categories
of
that
data;
(c)
the
purposes
for
which
we
may
process
personal
data;
and
(d)
the
legal
bases
of
the
processing.
2.2
We
may
process
data
about
your
use
of
our
website
weedworldmagazine.org
and
services
(“usage
data”).
The
usage
data
may
include
your
IP
address,
geographical
location,
browser
type
and
version,
operating
system,
referral
source,
length
of
visit,
page
views
and
website
navigation
paths,
as
well
as
information
about
the
timing,
frequency
and
pattern
of
your
service
use.
The
source
of
the
usage
data
is
for
our
analytics
tracking
system.
This
usage
data
may
be
processed
for
the
purposes
of
analysing
the
use
of
weedworldmagazine.org
and
services.
The
legal
basis
for
this
processing
is
our
legitimate
interests,
namely
for
monitoring
and
improving
our
website
and
services.
2.3
We
may
process
your
account
data
(“account
data”).
The
account
data
may
include
your
name
and
email
address.
The
account
data
may
be
processed
for
the
purposes
of
operating
our
website,
providing
our
product
services,
maintaining
back-ups
of
our
databases
and
communicating
with
you.
The
legal
basis
for
this
processing
is
for
our
legitimate
interests,
namely
the
proper
administration
of
our
website
weedworldmagazine.org
and
business.
2.4
We
may
process
information
that
you
post
for
publication
on
our
website
weedworldmagazine.org
(“publication
data”).
The
publication
data
may
be
processed
for
the
purposes
of
enabling
such
publication
and
administering
our
website
and
services.
The
legal
basis
for
this
processing
is
for
our
legitimate
interests
regarding
news
stories,
namely
the
proper
administration
of
our
website
and
business.
2.5
We
may
process
information
relating
to
transactions,
including
purchases
of
goods
and
services,
that
you
enter
into
with
us
and/or
through
our
website
weedworldmagazine.org
(“transaction
data”).
The
transaction
data
may
include
your
contact
details,
your
card
details
and
the
transaction
details.
The
transaction
data
may
be
processed
for
the
purpose
of
supplying
the
purchased
goods
and
services
and
keeping
proper
records
of
those
transactions.
The
legal
basis
for
this
processing
is
the
performance
of
a
temporary
contract
between
you
and
us
and
for
taking
steps,
at
your
request,
to
enter
into
such
a
contract
and
our
legitimate
interests,
namely
weedworldmagazine.org
interest
in
the
proper
administration
of
our
website
and
business.
2.6
We
may
process
information
that
you
provide
to
us
for
the
purpose
of
subscribing
to
our
email
notifications
and/or
newsletters
(“notification
data”).
The
notification
data
may
be
processed
for
the
purposes
of
sending
you
the
relevant
notifications
and/or
newsletters
about
weedworldmagazine.org.
The
legal
basis
for
this
processing
is
consent
via
you
signing
up
to
our
newsletter
weedworldmagazine.org.
2.7
In
addition
to
the
specific
purposes
for
which
we
may
process
your
personal
data
set
out
in
this
Section
2,
we
may
also
process
any
of
your
personal
data
where
such
processing
is
necessary
for
compliance
with
a
legal
obligation
to
which
we
are
subject.
2.8
Please
do
not
supply
any
other
person’s
personal
data
to
us,
unless
we
prompt
you
to
do
so.
3.
Providing
your
personal
data
to
others
3.1
We
may
disclose
your
personal
data
to
any
member
of
our
group
of
companies
(this
means
our
subsidiaries,
our
ultimate
holding
company
and
all
its
subsidiaries)
insofar
as
reasonably
necessary
for
the
purposes,
and
on
the
legal
bases,
set
out
in
this
policy.
3.2
Financial
transactions
relating
to
our
website
weedworldmagazine.org
and
services
are
handled
by
our
payment
services
providers.
We
will
share
transaction
data
with
our
payment
services
providers
only
to
the
extent
necessary
for
the
purposes
of
processing
your
payments,
refunding
such
payments
and
dealing
with
complaints
and
queries
relating
to
such
payments
and
refunds.
3.3
In
addition
to
the
specific
disclosures
of
personal
data
set
out
in
this
Section
3,
we
may
disclose
your
personal
data
where
such
disclosure
is
necessary
for
compliance
with
a
legal
obligation
to
which
we
are
subject.
We
may
also
disclose
your
personal
data
where
such
disclosure
is
necessary
for
the
establishment,
exercise
or
defence
of
legal
claims,
whether
in
court
proceedings
or
in
an
administrative
or
out-of-court
procedure.
4.
International
transfers
of
your
personal
data
4.1
In
this
Section
4,
we
provide
information
about
the
circumstances
in
which
your
personal
data
may
be
transferred
to
countries
outside
the
European
Economic
Area
(EEA).
4.2
The
hosting
facilities
for
our
website
are
situated
in
Australia.
The
European
Commission
has
made
an “adequacy
decision”
with
respect
to
the
data
protection
laws
of
this
country.
Appropriate
safeguards,
namely
the
use
of
standard
data
protection
clauses
adopted
or
approved
by
the
European
Commission,
will
protect
transfers.
5.
Retaining
and
deleting
personal
data

5.1
This
Section
5
sets
out
our
data
retention
policies
and
procedure,
which
are
designed
to
help
ensure
that
we
comply
with
our
legal
obligations
in
relation
to
the
retention
and
deletion
of
personal
data.
5.2
Personal
data
that
we
process
for
any
purpose
or
purposes
shall
not
be
kept
for
longer
than
is
necessary
for
that
purpose
or
those
purposes.
5.3
We
will
retain
your
personal
data
as
follows:
(a)
personal
data
category
will
be
retained
for
a
minimum
period
of
4
years,
and
for
a
maximum
period
6
years
for
financial
purposes.
5.4
In
some
cases
it
is
not
possible
for
us
to
specify
in
advance
the
periods
for
which
your
personal
data
will
be
retained.
In
such
cases,
we
will
determine
the
period
of
retention
based
on
the
following
criteria:
(a)
the
period
of
retention
of
personal
data
will
be
determined
based
on
how
long
the
customer
wishes
to
purchase
goods
from
ourselves
and/or
if
they
wish
to
be
taken
off
our
system.
5.5
Notwithstanding
the
other
provisions
of
this
Section
5,
we
may
retain
your
personal
data
where
such
retention
is
necessary
for
compliance
with
a
legal
obligation
to
which
we
are
subject,
or
in
order
to
protect
your
vital
interests
or
the
vital
interests
of
another
natural
person.

6.
Security
of
personal
data
6.1
We
will
take
appropriate
technical
and
organisational
precautions
to
secure
your
personal
data
and
to
prevent
the
loss,
misuse
or
alteration
of
your
personal
data.
6.2
We
will
store
all
your
personal
data
on
secure
servers,
personal
computers
and
in
secure
manual
record-keeping
systems.
6.3
The
following
personal
data
will
be
stored
by
us
in
encrypted
form:
your
name,
contact
information
and
some
cardholder
data.
6.4
Data
relating
to
your
enquiries
and
financial
transactions
that
is
sent
from
your
web
browser
to
our
web
server,
or
from
our
web
server
to
your
web
browser,
will
be
protected
using
encryption
technology.
6.5
You
acknowledge
that
the
transmission
of
unencrypted
(or
inadequately
encrypted)
data
over
the
internet
is
inherently
insecure,
and
we
cannot
guarantee
the
security
of
data
sent
over
the
internet.
6.6
You
should
ensure
that
your
password
is
not
susceptible
to
being
guessed,
whether
by
a
person
or
a
computer
program.
You
are
responsible
for
keeping
the
password
you
use
for
accessing
our
website
confidential
and
we
will
not
ask
you
for
your
password
(except
when
you
log
in
to
our
website).
7.
Amendments
7.1
We
may
update
this
policy
from
time
to
time
by
publishing
a
new
version
on
our
website
weedworldmagazine.org.
8.
Your
rights
8.1
In
this
Section
8,
we
have
summarised
the
rights
that
you
have
under
data
protection
law.
Some
of
the
rights
are
complex,
and
not
all
of
the
details
have
been
included
in
our
summaries.
Accordingly,
you
should
read
the
relevant
laws
and
guidance
from
the
regulatory
authorities
for
a
full
explanation
of
these
rights.
8.2
Your
principal
rights
under
data
protection
law
are:
(a)
the
right
to
access;
(b)
the
right
to
rectification;
(c)
the
right
to
erasure;
(d)
the
right
to
restrict
processing;
(e)
the
right
to
object
to
processing;
(f)
the
right
to
data
portability;
(g)
the
right
to
complain
to
a
supervisory
authority;
and
(h)
the
right
to
withdraw
consent.
8.3
You
have
the
right
to
confirmation
as
to
whether
or
not
we
process
your
personal
data
and,
where
we
do,
access
to
the
personal
data,
together
with
certain
additional
information.
That
additional
information
includes
details
of
the
purposes
of
the
processing,
the
categories
of
personal
data
concerned
and
the
recipients
of
the
personal
data.
Providing
the
rights
and
freedoms
of
others
are
not
affected,
we
will
supply
to
you
a
copy
of
your
personal
data.
The
first
copy
will
be
provided
free
of
charge,
but
additional
copies
may
be
subject
to
a
reasonable
fee.
You
can
access
your
personal
data
by
visiting
weedworldmagazine.org
when
logged
into
our
website.
8.4
You
have
the
right
to
have
any
inaccurate
personal
data
about
you
rectified
and,
taking
into
account
the
purposes
of
the
processing,
to
have
any
incomplete
personal
data
about
you
completed.
8.5
In
some
circumstances
you
have
the
right
to
the
erasure
of
your
personal
data
without
undue
delay.
Those
circumstances
include:
the
personal
data
are
no
longer
necessary
in
relation
to
the
purposes
for
which
they
were
collected
or
otherwise
processed;
you
withdraw
consent
to
consent-based
processing;
you
object
to
the
processing
under
certain
rules
of
applicable
data
protection
law;
the
processing
is
for
direct
marketing
purposes;
and
the
personal
data
have
been
unlawfully
processed.
However,
there
are
exclusions
of
the
right
to
erasure.
The
general
exclusions
include
where
processing
is
necessary:
for
exercising
the
right
of
freedom
of
expression
and
information;
for
compliance
with
a
legal
obligation;
or
for
the
establishment,
exercise
or
defence
of
legal
claims.
8.6
In
some
circumstances
you
have
the
right
to
restrict
the
processing
of
your
personal
data.
Those
circumstances
are:
you
contest
the
accuracy
of
the
personal
data;
processing
is
unlawful
but
you
oppose
erasure;
we
no
longer
need
the
personal
data
for
the
purposes
of
our
processing,
but
you
require
personal
data
for
the
establishment,
exercise
or
defence
of
legal
claims;
and
you
have
objected
to
processing,
pending
the
verification
of
that
objection.
Where
processing
has
been
restricted
on
this
basis,
we
may
continue
to
store
your
personal
data.
However,
we
will
only
otherwise
process
it:
with
your
consent;
for
the
establishment,
exercise
or
defence
of
legal
claims;
for
the
protection
of
the
rights
of
another
natural
or
legal
person;
or
for
reasons
of
important
public
interest.
8.7
You
have
the
right
to
object
to
our
processing
of
your
personal
data
on
grounds
relating
to
your
particular
situation,
but
only
to
the
extent
that
the
legal
basis
for
the
processing
is
that
the
processing
is
necessary
for:
the
performance
of
a
task
carried
out
in
the
public
interest
or
in
the
exercise
of
any
official
authority
vested
in
us;
or
the
purposes
of
the
legitimate
interests
pursued
by
us
or
by
a
third
party.
If
you
make
such
an
objection,
we
will
cease
to
process
the
personal
information
unless
we
can
demonstrate
compelling
legitimate
grounds
for
the
processing
which
override
your
interests,
rights
and
freedoms,
or
the
processing
is
for
the
establishment,
exercise
or
defence
of
legal
claims.
8.8
You
have
the
right
to
object
to
our
processing
of
your
personal
data
for
direct
marketing
purposes
(including
profiling
for
direct
marketing
purposes).
If
you
make
such
an
objection,
we
will
cease
to
process
your
personal
data
for
this
purpose.
8.9
You
have
the
right
to
object
to
our
processing
of
your
personal
data
for
scientific
or
historical
research
purposes
or
statistical
purposes
on
grounds
relating
to
your
particular
situation,
unless
the
processing
is
necessary
for
the
performance
of
a
task
carried
out
for
reasons
of
public
interest.
8.10
To
the
extent
that
the
legal
basis
for
our
processing
of
your
personal
data
is:
(a)
consent;
or
(b)
that
the
processing
is
necessary
for
the
performance
of
a
contract
to
which
you
are
party
or
in
order
to
take
steps
at
your
request
prior
to
entering
into
a
contract,
and
such
processing
is
carried
out
by
automated
means,
you
have
the
right
to
receive
your
personal
data
from
us
in
a
structured,
commonly
used
and
machine-readable
format.
However,
this
right
does
not
apply
where
it
would
adversely
affect
the
rights
and
freedoms
of
others.
8.11
If
you
consider
that
our
processing
of
your
personal
information
infringes
data
protection
laws,
you
have
a
legal
right
to
lodge
a
complaint
with
a
supervisory
authority
responsible
for
data
protection.
You
may
do
so
in
the
EU
member
state
of
your
habitual
residence,
your
place
of
work
or
the
place
of
the
alleged
infringement.
8.12
To
the
extent
that
the
legal
basis
for
our
processing
of
your
personal
information
is
consent,
you
have
the
right
to
withdraw
that
consent
at
any
time.
Withdrawal
will
not
affect
the
lawfulness
of
processing
before
the
withdrawal.
8.13
You
may
exercise
any
of
your
rights
in
relation
to
your
personal
data
by
written
notice
to
us.
9.
Third
party
websites
9.1
Our
website
includes
hyperlinks
to,
and
details
of,
third
party
websites.
9.2
We
have
no
control
over,
and
are
not
responsible
for,
the
privacy
policies
and
practices
of
third
parties.
10.
Personal
data
of
children
10.1
Our
website
weedworldmagazine.org
and
services
are
targeted
at
persons
over
the
age
of
18.
10.2
If
we
have
reason
to
believe
that
we
hold
personal
data
of
a
person
under
that
age
in
our
databases,
we
will
delete
that
personal
data.
11.
Updating
information
11.1
Please
let
us
know
if
the
personal
information
that
we
hold
about
you
needs
to
be
corrected
or
updated.
12.
Acting
as
a
data
processor
12.1
Insofar
as
we
act
as
a
data
processor
rather
than
a
data
controller,
this
policy
shall
not
apply.
Our
legal
obligations
as
a
data
processor
are
instead
set
out
in
the
contract
between
us
and
the
relevant
data
controller.

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