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Mildura Thai Restaurant’s Privacy Policy

1. The name, address, and phone number of the provider of the goods or services, as well as the contact information for the data protection officer

Identity and contact information for the product and/or service supplier (also referred to as the "supplier of products and/or services" or the "Controller" in this privacy policy):

Mildura Thai Restaurant

Location: 225 San Mateo Ave, Mildura VIC 3500, Australia

Phone No.: +61470266840

1.1. If a data protection officer ("DPO") has been appointed (as required), contact information for them can be found on the websiteN/A.

2. Goals (and corresponding legal justification) of the processing

2.1. When a customer orders goods and/or services using the Provider's application (referred to in this privacy statement as the "application" or the "solution"), the Controller must process the personal information provided by the customer (also referred to in this privacy statement as "you" or the "client" or the "data subject") for any purposes necessary to take the necessary actions.

2.2. Your electronic contact information that you give when purchasing a good or service may be used for direct marketing (unwanted messages) about comparable goods or services. By clicking the unsubscribe option provided before any of your ordering sessions or in the footer of any marketing email communication you get from us, you can always revoke your consent.

2.4. Your (electronic contact) information may be used by the Controller and/or the providers of goods and/or services to send you direct marketing communications (unsolicited messages for goods or services that are not similar to those for which you provided your data), provided that you gave your consent for such a use. This is stated without affecting the generality of the foregoing and for the sake of clarity. You can always opt-out by clicking on the linked link.

2.5. Any personal information you supply will be stored and processed by the Controller for the greatest amount of time and according to the requirements of any applicable laws that are currently in effect.

2.6. Your personal information will also be processed by the Controller for any other purposes for which you have given clear consent.

3. Basis for the processing is legal

Article 6 paragraph 1 letters (b) and (c), as well as, particularly in the case of direct marketing, letter (f), from Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, from April 27, 2016 (referred to in this Privacy Policy as the "Regulation" or ("GDPR")), serve as the legal foundation for the processing. These provisions are as follows:

(b) The fulfillment of a contract to which the data subject is a party or the taking of actions at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract requires processing;

(c) processing is required to comply with a legal requirement that the Controller is bound by;

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(f) the processing is required to further the Controller's or a third party's legitimate interests.

The processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes may be done so, to the fullest extent permitted by the laws currently in effect, when there is a relevant and sufficient relationship between the data subject and the controller, such as when the data subject is or becomes a client of the controller. The ability to keep the client informed of the Controller's activities is the major objective of the Controller's legitimate interests pursued through direct marketing communications.

4. recipients of the personal data or the type of recipients

4.1. sending your information to various recipients, including those located in various (third) countries, who are using it to carry out the terms of the contract you have with the Controller, such as delivery services, printing services, point-of-sale billing providers, loyalty providers, etc.

4.2. Additionally, without affecting the generality of the aforementioned and for the sake of clarity, the information listed below will be sent to the recipients in the following categories for the purposes listed below:

4.2.1. Your information, including your last name, first name, email address, phone number, and delivery address (if applicable), which you provided along with the details of your order, will be (re)transmitted through email messenger operators to the Controller and back to you, to your email address, in order to process the order and to provide you with the pertinent notifications regarding

4.2.2. Your information, including your last name, first name, email address, phone number, and delivery address (if applicable), will if at all possible, be (re)transmitted via SMS messenger operators to the providers of goods and/or services and back to you via SMS in order to process the order and to provide you with the pertinent information.

4.2.3. Additionally, the personal information will be transmitted in order for the data storage providers to store it.

5. Personal data transfers to foreign organizations or third nations

5.1. Only one of the following conditions must be met for a potential transfer, or combination of transfers, of personal data to a third country or an international organization:

(a) After being notified of the potential risks associated with such transfers for the data subject due to the lack of an adequacy decision and suitable safeguards, the data subject has expressly consented to the intended transfer;

(b) the transfer is required to carry out a contract the data subject and the controller have or to carry out pre-contractual actions the data subject has requested;

(c) the transfer is required for the conclusion or fulfilment of a contract between the Controller and another natural person or legal entity that was reached in the subject's best interest;

(d) There are significant public interest factors that make the transfer imperative;

e) the transfer is required in order to establish, exercise, or defend legal claims;

f) When the data subject is incapable of giving consent due to physical or legal limitations, the transfer is required to protect the vital interests of the data subject or of others;

g) the existence of a regulation-compliant adequacy decision;

h) the availability of suitable protections, such as legally obligatory company rules in accordance with the Regulation;

5.2. The following third-party nations will receive the following data transfers:

5.2.1. Sendgrid Inc, a company based in Denver, Colorado, the United States, will receive your last name, first name, email address, phone number, and delivery address (if applicable) in order to process your order and provide you with the necessary notifications about the confirmation or rejection of your order, about missed orders, and about the delivery of your order.

5.2.2. In order to process the order and provide you with the pertinent notifications regarding the information about the confirmation or rejection of the order, about missed orders, and about the delivery of your order, your last name, first name, email address, phone number, and delivery address (if relevant) will be sent to Peaberry Software Inc. d/b/a Customer IO based in New York - USA.

5.2.3. In order to process the order and provide you with the pertinent notifications regarding the information about the confirmation or rejection of the order, about missed orders, and about the delivery of your order, your last name, first name, email address, phone number, and delivery address (if relevant) will be sent to Twilio Inc. in San Francisco, California - USA.

5.2.4. Last name, first name, email address, phone number, and delivery address (if applicable) Order session originating IP will be sent in the USA, in order to be stored and/or to process the order and to provide you with the pertinent notifications regarding the information about confirmation or rejection of the order, about missed orders, and about the delivery of your order.

5.2.5. If you choose to pay online, Spreedly Inc., a company based in Durham, North Carolina, USA, will receive your last name, first name, email address, phone number, delivery address (if applicable), order session originating IP, card holder name, card expiration date, card number, and CVV (if necessary) in order to process your order and provide you with the necessary notifications regarding the information about the order's acceptance or rejection.

5.2.6. The Controller may occasionally add or remove third countries as necessary and appropriate.

6. The criteria that were used to choose how long the personal data should be kept on file.

The personal data will be kept for a year, but no less than the time frame allowed by the applicable legal rules.

Additionally, and without affecting the generality of the foregoing, the email address and phone number (as and when applicable) will be stored for direct marketing purposes. The personal data will be (primarily) stored in order to execute the agreement as well as for fiscal and/or legal purposes.

7. The duty to share personal information and the potential repercussions of not doing so

A requirement of the contract is the disclosure of personal information.

The subject of the data must submit personal information.

The refusal to provide (certain) (personal) data will make it impossible to (fully) use the application and/or certain functionalities of the application and/or make it impossible to order, buy, pick up, or deliver products and/or services, as the case may be, with the Controller having the right to refuse to process the order.

For the sake of clarity and without altering the generality of the aforementioned:

i) The products cannot be supplied if the information regarding the location where they must be delivered is not provided;

ii) If the email address is not provided, we are unable to contact you regarding your order and cannot confirm or reject your order, notify you of any missed orders, or send you any other information pertaining to your order;

v) If your name and last name are not provided, we will not be able to enter into a legally binding agreement with you, process your order, or notify you of any missed orders since we will lack the necessary identifying information.

vi) The order may not be safely accepted if the IP addresses are not provided, as no further investigations can be made to ascertain what happened and whether or not you were a victim of a fraudulent ordering session (such as fake orders, prank orders, or purchase impersonation), among other fraudulent ordering scenarios.

vii) If a phone number is not supplied, the Controller may not be able to reach you in time for clarifications regarding your order or, as the case may be, the delivery address.

8. Accessibility for the data subject

8.1. The data subject is entitled to receive confirmation from the Controller as to whether or not personal data pertaining to him or her are being processed, as well as, in that event, access to the personal data and the following details:

(a) the processing's objectives;

(b) the types of personal data in question;

(c) the recipients or groups of recipients to whom the personal data have been or will be disclosed, particularly those in third-party countries or international organizations;

(d) if practicable, the anticipated time frame for which the personal data will be stored, or, if that is not possible, the factors are taken into consideration to establish that time frame;

(e) the availability of the right to request the Controller's correction, erasure, or restriction of the processing of personal data pertaining to the data subject, as well as the right to object to such processing;

f) the capability of bringing a grievance before a supervisory authority;

(g) any information about the source of the personal data, if it is known, in cases where it was not the subject of the data collection;

(h) the existence of automated decision-making, including profiling, as defined by the Regulation, and, at the very least in those circumstances, meaningful information regarding the underlying logic, as well as the importance and the anticipated effects of such processing on the data subject.

8.2. The data subject has the right to be notified of the required protections pertaining to any transfers of personal data to a third country or to an international organization.

8.3. The Controller gives a copy of the processed personal data. The Controller may levy a fair fee depending on administrative costs for any additional copies the data subject requests. If the request is made electronically and unless the data subject specifies otherwise, the information is delivered in a generally used electronic format.

8.4. The right to receive a copy mentioned in clause 8.3 does not impair the freedoms and rights of others.

9. rectification rights

The data subject has the right to require the Controller to correct any erroneous personal information about them without undue delay. The data subject has the right to have incomplete personal data completed, including by making a supplementary statement, taking into account the purposes of the processing.

10. Right to erasure (sometimes known as "right to be forgotten")

10.1. When one of the following grounds applies, the data subject has the right to request that the controller delete all personal data pertaining to him or her without unreasonable delay, and the controller is obligated to comply.

(a) The processing of the personal data is no longer necessary in respect to the original intent for which it was obtained;

(b) The processing is based on the data subject's consent to process their personal data for one or more particular purposes, and there is no other legal basis for the processing other than the data subject's withdrawal of consent;

(c) The processing is objected to by the data subject for reasons relating to his or her specific situation and in accordance with the Regulation, and there are no compelling legitimate grounds for the processing; or the processing is objected to for direct marketing purposes and there is no compelling legitimate ground for the processing;

(d) The processing of the personal data was unlawful;

e) the deletion of the personal information is necessary to comply with a legal requirement under Union or Member State law to which the Controller is subject;

(f) In accordance with the Regulation, the personal data were obtained in connection with the supply of information society services to a child.

10.2. The Controller shall take reasonable steps, including technical measures, to notify controllers and processors who are processing personal data that the data subject has requested that such controllers erase any links to, or copies or replications of, those personal data where the Controller has made the personal data public and is required pursuant to paragraph 10.1 to erase the personal data.

10.3. Insofar as the processing is required, paragraphs 10.1 and 10.2 do not apply:

(a) for exercising their right to information and expression;

(b) for the performance of a job carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the Controller, or for the fulfilment of a legal obligation that requires processing by Union or Member State law to which the Controller is subject;

(c) in accordance with the Regulation, for grounds of public interest in the field of public health;

(d) for the public good, for scientific or historical research, or for statistical purposes in accordance with the Regulation, insofar as the right referred to in paragraph 10.1 is likely to make the goals of that processing impossible or seriously impede their achievement; or

e) in order to create, use, or defend legal claims.

11. Right to processing restriction

11.1. The following situations provide the data subject with the right to request processing restrictions from the controller:

(a) the data subject contests the truthfulness of the personal information within a time frame that allows the controller to check the information's accuracy;

(b) The processing is unlawful, and the data subject seeks a restriction on the use of their personal data rather than their deletion;

(c) The Controller no longer requires the personal data for processing purposes, but the data subject does in order to establish, exercise, or defend legal rights;

(d) In accordance with the Regulation, the data subject has objected to processing on grounds relating to his or her particular situation, pending the determination of whether the Controller's legitimate grounds outweigh the data subject's.

11.2. When processing has been restricted under paragraph 11.1, such personal data may only be processed with the consent of the data subject for the purposes of establishing, asserting, defending, or preserving legal claims, for the protection of the rights of another natural person or entity, or for reasons of significant public interest of the Union or of a Member State, with the exception of storage.

11.3. The Controller notifies a data subject who has requested a limitation on processing in accordance with paragraph 11.1 before the restriction is withdrawn.

12. Obligation to provide notice regarding the correction, erasure, or restriction of personal data processing

Any correction, erasure, or restriction of processing carried out in line with paragraph 9, paragraph 10.1, is communicated by the Controller. and paragraph 11 to each recipient to whom the personal data were provided unless doing so proves to be impractical or requires undue effort. If the data subject wishes to know about such recipients, the Controller will let them know.

13. Data portability rights

13.1. The person who provided the controller with personal information has the right to receive that information in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, as well as the freedom to transfer that information to another controller without interference from the original controller in the following situations:

(a) The basis for the processing is either consent or a contract; and

(b) Automated methods are used to carry out the processing.

13.2. The data subject has the right, when technically possible, to request that their personal data be transferred directly from one controller to another when exercising their right to data portability under paragraph 13.1.

13.3. The right mentioned in paragraph 13.1 of this Article may be exercised without impairing Article 17. The processing required to carry out a task in the public interest or in the exercise of the Controller's official authority is exempt from this privilege.

13.4. The right mentioned in clause 13.1 does not impair the freedoms and rights of others.

14. Right to protest

14.1. The data subject has the right to object at any time, for reasons specific to his or her situation, to the processing of personal data about them for the Controller's or a third party's legitimate interests, including profiling based on those provisions. Unless the Controller can show compelling legitimate grounds for the processing that prevail over the interests, rights, and freedoms of the data subject or for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims, the Controller no longer processes the personal data.

14.2. The right to object to processing of personal data pertaining to oneself for direct marketing purposes, including profiling to the extent that it is relevant to such direct marketing, exists where personal data are processed for such purposes.

14.3. Personal data is no longer processed for direct marketing purposes if the data subject objects to such processing. The most recent personal information provided in any way will be processed for direct marketing purposes if the data subject chooses to have their personal data processed for this purpose separately and without any connection to any other action, such as by clicking an accept button regarding this processing.

14.4. The right mentioned in paragraphs 14.1 must be exercised at the latest at the moment of the first communication with the data subject. and 14.2. is displayed clearly and independently from any other information and explicitly made known to the data subject.

14.5. Despite Directive 2002/58/EC, the data subject may utilize automated techniques and technical specifications to exercise their right to object when utilizing services provided by the information society.

14.6. When personal data are processed in accordance with the Regulation for scientific, historical, or statistical purposes, the data subject has the right to object to the processing of those personal data on the basis of factors specific to his or her situation unless the processing is required for carrying out a task in the public interest.

15. automated personal judgment, including profiling

15.1. The data subject has the right to be free from decisions that are purely based on automated processing, including profiling, that have legal repercussions for him or her or have an equally significant impact.

15.2. Section 15.1. is not applicable if the choice:

(a) is required for the execution of a contract between the data subject and the data controller or for the entry into one;

(b) is permitted by Union or Member State law to which the Controller is subject and which also establishes appropriate safeguards for the rights, freedoms, and legitimate interests of the data subject; or

(c) is predicated on the explicit agreement of the data subject.

15.3. The data controller must take appropriate steps to protect the data subject's rights, freedoms, and legitimate interests in the situations mentioned in clauses 15.2(a) and (c), including at the very least the right to request human intervention on the part of the controller, the right to express one's opinion, and the right to challenge the decision.

16. Possession of the right to complain to a supervisory authority

16.1. Every data subject has the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority, particularly in the Member State of his or her habitual residence, place of employment, or the alleged infringement, if the data subject believes that the processing of personal data relating to him or her violates the Regulation, without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy.

16.2. The supervisory authority where the complaint was filed must inform the complainant of the complaint's status and resolution, as well as any potential for a judicial remedy under Article 17.

17. Right to legal action against a supervisory authority that is effective

17.1. Each natural or legal person has the right to an effective judicial remedy against a legally binding decision made by a supervisory authority involving them without affecting any other administrative or non-judicial remedies.

17.2. Each data subject has the right to use an effective judicial remedy, without prejudice to any other administrative or non-judicial remedies, if the supervisory authority, which is competent under the Regulation, refuses to handle a complaint or fails to update the data subject within three months on the status or outcome of the complaint made in accordance with Article 16.

17.3. Courts in the Member State where the supervisory authority is established hear cases against supervisory authorities.

17.4. When legal action is taken against a supervisory authority's decision that was supported by the Board's opinion or decision in the consistency mechanism, the supervisory authority sends that opinion or decision to the court.

18. The ability to bring a successful legal action against a controller or processor

18.1. Each data subject has the right to an effective judicial remedy where he or she believes that their rights under the Regulation have been violated as a result of the processing of their personal data outside of compliance with the Regulation, without prejudice to any available administrative or non-judicial remedy, including the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority under the Regulation.

18.2. Courts in the Member State where the Controller or Processor has an establishment hear cases against controllers and processors. Alternatively, if the Controller or processor is a public authority of a Member State acting in the course of its public powers, such proceedings may be taken before the courts of the Member State where the data subject has his or her habitual abode.

19. Subjects' representation in data

19.1. The data subject has the right to appoint a not-for-profit body, organization, or association to act on his or her behalf in filing a complaint and exercising the rights outlined in Articles 16, 17, and 18 that have been duly established in accordance with the law of a Member State, has statutory objectives that are in the public interest and is active in the field of protecting data subjects' rights and freedoms.

19.2. Member States may stipulate that, independent of a data subject's mandate, anybody, organization, or association referred to in paragraph 19.1 of this Article has the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority in that Member State that is qualified under Article 16 and to exercise the rights referred to in Articles 17 and 18 if it believes that the rights of a data subject under the Regulation have been violated as a result of the processing.

20. Liability and compensation rights

20.1. Any person who has experienced physical or emotional harm as a result of a violation of the Regulation is entitled to compensation from the Controller or processor.

20.2. The harm brought on by processing that violates this Regulation is the responsibility of any controller participating in the processing. Only where the processor has violated the responsibilities of the Regulation that are particularly aimed at processors or when acting outside of or against the Controller's legal instructions is the processor responsible for the damage brought on by processing.

20.3. If the controller or processor can show that it had nothing to do with the incident that caused the damage, it will not be held liable under clause 20.2 of this agreement.

20.4. If more than one controller, more than one processor, or both a controller and a processor are involved in the same processing, and they do so in accordance with paragraphs 20.2. Article 20.3, accountable for any harm brought on by processing, each controller or processor must bear the full burden of the harm in order to ensure that the data subject is fairly compensated.

20.5. When a controller or processor pays the full amount of damages in accordance with paragraph 20.4, they are then eligible to recoup from other controllers or processors involved in the same processing the portion of damages that corresponds to their share of fault for the damage, under the conditions outlined in paragraph 18.2.

20.6. The courts of the Member State mentioned in 18.2 are the appropriate venues for legal proceedings to exercise the right to receive compensation.

21. Revocation of the approval

If the processing is authorized by: (i) the data subject's consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes; (ii) the data subject's consent to the processing of specific special personal data for one or more specified purposes, unless Union or Member State law prohibits the data subject from lifting the restriction on the processing of special personal data,

The data subject has the right to revoke their consent at any time, having no impact on the legality of any processing done in reliance on their consent up until the point of withdrawal.

To be clear, the processing of personal data based on another legal basis will not be impacted by the withdrawal of consent.

Cookie Policy 22.

[The online application for the controller] may employ "cookies."

When you access and use a web application, text files called cookies are downloaded to your computer or another device. On each subsequent visit, cookies are then transmitted back to the original URL or to another URL that recognizes that cookie. Because they enable a website to recognize a user's device, cookies are helpful. Cookies perform a wide range of tasks, including making it easier for you to switch between pages, remembering your preferences, and overall enhancing the user experience.

Additionally, they can contribute to making online advertisements more pertinent to you and your interests.

You may always establish and/or modify your (browser's) cookie options and settings, as well as turn off cookies. You might not be able to use some elements or features of the Controller's web application if you disable them.

We might gather anonymized data, for instance, for statistical or research purposes.

On our web-based application, the following categories are used:

strictly necessary cookies, category 1

These cookies are necessary for you to navigate the web application of Controller and utilize its functions, such as logging into secure areas. Services like shopping baskets and e-billing cannot be offered without these cookies.

Performance Cookies, Category 2.

These cookies gather data on how you interact with the Controller's online application, such as which pages you visit most frequently and whether you encounter any errors. These cookies don't gather data that can be used to identify a visitor. These cookies only gather aggregated data, which makes it all anonymous. It is only employed to enhance the functionality of the Controller's website(s) and/or application.

We utilize Google Analytics, a tool that sends information about website traffic to Google servers in the United States, as a 3rd party cookie in this category. We can better understand website traffic and webpage usage by using the reports that Google Analytics provides. Google Analytics does not link your IP address to any other data that Google holds, nor does it allow for the identification of specific users.

Google Analytics: Please go to Google's help pages and privacy statement for further details regarding Google Analytics cookies.

Google Privacy Statement

pages of Google Analytics help

You can download and install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on for your web browser here if you wish to choose not to use Google Analytics.

Analytics from a third party. The permitted use of cookies and other tracking technologies by Inspectlet gives it access to the Personal Information of visitors to this website. We have contracted Inspectlet to analyze the actions of visitors to this website. The Inspectlet Privacy Policy governs Inspectlet's use of Personal Information and access to it.

Functionality Cookies, Category 3

By remembering decisions you make when browsing and/or using the program (such as your user name, language, or the region you are in), these cookies enable the Controller's web application to offer better, more individualized services.

These cookies can also be used to recall customizations you've made to the language, font size, and other elements of web pages.

These cookies cannot trace your browsing activity on websites that are not controlled by the Controller and do not allow for the personal identification of users.

Your data may be saved on your device, supplying a cookie locally, enabling a trustworthy evaluation of your order status on-screen on the application, in real-time, as well as for simple reordering.

Targeting cookies or advertising cookies are under category 4.

Although it is technically feasible that these could be first-party cookies if a user is visiting the advertising network's own website, these cookies are often third-party cookies. They will always be persistent cookies with a time limit. These cookies may be connected to third-party services, but this is not always the case. These cookies have a special key that can be used to identify specific users, or that can be converted into a set of browsing preferences using data from other sources. Generally speaking, if the cookie is being utilized as a component of an advertising network, the privacy statement ought to make that clear. Cookies can also be used to track the success of a campaign and to restrict the number of times a user sees a certain advertisement on a website.

Examples comprise:

• Cookies used by ad networks to track user surfing patterns and serve them with appropriate advertisements. It is not necessary for the website the user is visiting to be displaying advertisements, however, this is also frequently the case.

• Cookies that are placed by ad networks in combination with a service that a website offers to enhance functionality, such as blog commenting, linking a site to a user's social network, or giving maps or traffic counts.

The web ordering application and the URL of its originating website do not by default, serve category 4 cookies. However, it might be feasible to place an online order from other websites that embed or make it easier to access the web application and online menu. In order to determine whether Category 4 cookies are being served and how to opt out or opt-in for them, as the case may be, please always read the cookie policy of the visited website from where you launched an online ordering session.

23. Processing of your personal data by the Provider in its capacity as a processor for service providers and/or product suppliers

The Provider may also process your personal data as the processor of the supplier of products and/or services, including without limitation for the following purposes, according to those agreed with the suppliers of products and/or services : i) data storage for the suppliers of products and/or services; ii) sending notifications to you regarding the information about confirmation or reject of the order or about the missed orders and about the delivery of your order; iii) sending to you direct marketing communications; iii) collection of the IP addresses in order to be used in case of any litigation and/or fraud regarding the payments; iv) sending your data to different recipients and in different (third) countries, recipients that are processing the personal data for compatible, related and correlated purposes with the purpose of executing the contract you have with the suppliers of products and/or services, namely: delivery, printing, pos billing, loyalty, online payment processing, etc.

24. Miscellaneous

24.1. You have all the rights outlined in this privacy statement as well as any additional rights outlined in any applicable necessary legislative rules governing the processing of personal data.

24.2. You may exercise the rights that are outlined in this privacy statement in accordance with the law and any other rules that may be in place at the time.

24.3. You may submit any demands or requests to the Controller for the exercise of any of your rights in writing by sending a registered letter to the Controller's headquarters, contacting the Controller online at the contact information or email address listed on the website N/A, emailing the DPO, if one exists, or by any other means of communication specified in the applicable legal regulations.

24.4. The subject of the data has the right to request, in accordance with the aforementioned rights, and obtain, free of charge, in particular, access to and rectification or erasure of personal data, restriction of the processing of personal data, data portability, the exercise of the right to object, as well as the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, that produces legal effects concerning him or her or similarly significantly affects him.

24.5. Unless the context clearly dictates otherwise or it is otherwise specified herein, the terminology used in the current privacy policy shall have the meanings set forth in the Regulations.

24.6. The Controller has the right to periodically update and modify the Privacy Policy without prior notice unless otherwise compelled by the applicable necessary legal laws.

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