Who we are
Last updated: September 09, 2022
Interpretation and Definitions
The words whose first letter is capitalised have the following definitions. The definitions that follow, whether written in the singular or plural, are to be taken equally.
- Business, The legal entity that gathers consumer personal information and chooses how it will be used, or who will have that information collected on their behalf and chooses how it will be used alone or in collaboration with others, and that conducts business in the State of California is referred to as the Company.
- The Company mentions WIVES HUB (also referred to as “the Company,” “We,” “Us,” or “Our” in this Agreement). For the purposes of the GDPR, the Company is the data controller.
- Consumer, A natural person who resides in California is treated as a consumer for the purposes of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The law defines a resident as someone whose domicile is in the country but who is only temporarily or transitorily visiting there, as well as someone who is in the country for a reason other than one that is temporary or transitory.
- Cookies are tiny files that a website deposits on your computer, mobile device, or any other device. They contain data about your browsing history on that website among other things.
- Data Controller, For the purposes of the GDPR, the legal entity that chooses the objectives and means of processing Personal Data is referred to as the Company.
- Device refers to any anything that can access the Service, such a computer, a phone, or a tablet computer.
- Do Not Track, Supported by US regulatory organisations, primarily the US Federal Trade Commission, Do Not Track (DNT) is a proposal for the Internet industry to create and implement a system that allows internet users to manage the tracking of their online actions across websites (FTC).
- Personal Data, Any information relating to an identified or recognised individual is considered personal data. Under the GDPR, “Personal Data” refers to any information about you that is specific to your physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural, or social identity. Your name, ID number, location information, an online identifier, and a lot of other things are examples. Any information that could be used to reasonably identify, describe, relate to, or associate you with another person, whether directly or indirectly, is referred to as “Personal Data” in the CCPA.
- Sale, For the purposes of the California Consumer Privacy Act, a “sale” is defined as the act of renting, selling, disclosing, making available, transferring, or otherwise communicating personal information about a consumer to another company or third party in exchange for money or other valuable consideration (CCPA).
- Service refers to the Website.
- Country refers to: USA
- A service provider is any person—natural or legal—who processes data on behalf of the Company. It refers to third-party companies or individuals that the Company hires to carry out tasks related to the Service, provide the Service on its behalf, facilitate the Service, or assist the Company in tracking down usage data. For the purposes of GDPR compliance, service providers are regarded as Data Processors.
- Usage Data, Information that is automatically obtained from the service’s infrastructure or from users of the service is referred to as “usage data.”
- Website refers to WIVES HUB, accessible from https://wiveshub.com/
- You refers to the individual who accesses or utilises the service, or, where appropriate, the company or other legal entity acting on the individual’s behalf. You may be referred to as the User or the Data Subject under GDPR because you are the one utilising the service (General Data Protection Regulation).
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Who we share your data with
Your IP address will be included in the password reset email if you request one.
How long we Retain your data
If you leave a comment, both the comment and any associated metadata are kept forever. This allows us to recognise and approve any subsequent comments without having to manually moderate them.
In the event that any users register on our website, we additionally retain the personal data they supply in their user profile. Anytime, any user may access, amend, or delete their personal information (except they cannot change their username). Administrators of the website can also access and modify that data.
What rights you have over your data
You have the option to request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, along with any data you have given us, if you have an account on this website or have left comments. You can also ask us to delete any personal information we may have about you. This does not apply to any information that we must maintain for administrative, legal, or security reasons.
Where your data is sent
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