(GDPR) – Misty Kolkata

Misty Kolkata, ( GDPR )

So that customers can better understand the Privacy Policy, the word “User” has been changed to “You,” and the word “Administrator” has been changed to “We.” It stands for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which the European Parliament and the Council approved on April 27, 2016. Its main goal is to protect people’s privacy when personal data is processed and to allow that data to move freely.

In charge of data

As the Data Controller, we at Massage Republic care a lot about keeping your personal information safe. That’s why we’re giving you this Privacy Policy: it gives you a general idea of the rules we’ve put in place to keep your personal information safe and the rights you have when it comes to how we use them.

Information on how to get in touch with the Personal Data Controller about protecting personal data
The contact form lets you get in touch with the person in charge of overseeing the processing of personal data in line with GDPR rules.

How safe the data processing is

We care about keeping your data safe, so in line with GDPR, we’ve put in place and keep up the technology and organizational measures needed to deal with known risks.
In order to protect the security and privacy of your data, we have put in place processes that only allow allowed parties to view data.

Contact Form (including helpdesk)—the reason for and the main type of data processing

You provide personal information through the message form. This information is used to find out who sent the question and to answer it. We need your personal information to receive and answer your question, and if you don’t give it to us, we won’t be able to provide these services.
Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR says that processing data is allowed if it is needed to carry out the services deal.

Form for advertisers to fill out—the reason and purpose for handling the data

The personal information you give us through this form is used to set up your account on our website.
We need you to give us your personal information; if you don’t, we won’t be able to create your account.
Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR says that processing data is allowed if it is needed to carry out the services deal.

Form to sign up for a membership account: the purpose and legal grounds of the data processing

The personal information you provide in this form creates your website membership account. We can’t create your user account without your personal details.
Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR allows data processing for service deals.

The contact form for advertisers for members—the reason and the form for handling the data

You have to give us your personal information in order to get in touch with the sponsor.
Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR says that processing data is allowed if it is needed to carry out the services deal.

Email exchange for the purpose of contact—the goal and ground of the data processing

Your personal information, given to us through email communication, is used to help solve the problems you’ve mentioned. You have to give us your personal information in order to get in touch with the sponsor.
Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR says that processing data is allowed if it is needed to carry out the services deal.

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The personal information you gave us when you signed up for an email is used to send you marketing material. Article 6(1)(a) of GDPR says that processing your data is allowed if you agree to it.
You can change your mind about letting the data be processed at any time. Your removal does not change the legality of the processing that was done before.

Processing of data for statistical reasons

Your personal information may also be used for statistical and analysis purposes to make the website and its services better by making them work better and collecting more data.
Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR says that the Controller has a reasonable interest in handling the data. You can say no to this handling of your information.

People who receive personal data

Processing personal data may include sharing information with other parties. Companies that offer computer and device assistance, marketing, e-commerce, and accounting services are examples.
If they request it legally and according to the regulations, authorities or other parties may get your information.

Moving personal information outside of the European Economic Area (EEA)
We have no plans to send your personal information outside of the EEA.

Working with parties that process personal data in nations where the European Commission has issued a decision stating that the appropriate personal data protection standards are in place, as well as adhering to the binding corporate rules approved by the relevant supervisory authority, are all crucial.

This is how long personal records are kept (retention).

If the controller processes your personal data for a justifiable purpose, they will only do so until you protest or until that interest may be pursued.
Until you tell us not to, we will handle your personal data with your consent.
Personal data used to create and perform a contract will be maintained until the contract terminates.

In the event that the processing of the personal data is needed to investigate or seek legal claims or to fight against legal claims, the processing may last longer.

Rights that have to do with how personal information is processedYou have the right to the following things:

  • the right to know how their personal data is being used
  • the right to get a copy of their personal information
  • the power to change personal information
  • the “right to be forgotten” means the ability to delete sensitive information
  • the right to decide how much work
  • the right to move personal information
  • the right to object to the processing of personal data for marketing purposes. This means that you can object to
  • the processing of your data for marketing purposes at any time and without giving a reason.
  • the right to refuse to have their personal data processed
  • you can take back your permission for processing if the processing is based on your permission
  • having the power to complain to the Head of the Personal Data Protection Office
  • Putting in claims and requests to use the rights
  • The GDPR-managing data processor may be reached using the contact form.

Privacy policies have changed. The most recent privacy policy as of July 5, 2021. The policy may be checked and changed often.

Rules for cookies

When someone visits a website, their web browser stores a “browser cookie.” This is an HTTP cookie. Cookies allow websites to reliably retain stateful information (like goods in a shopping cart) or monitor user behavior (such as which buttons they click, when they log in, or which pages they’ve visited). They can also recall names, addresses, passwords, and credit card amounts entered into form fields.

Why you should store and be able to access cookies:

website customization (preserving font size, blind version, or any color version)
Maintaining users’ information and preferences (without having to enter their login and password on every subpage, remembering their login next time, and keeping items in their cart) altering page advertising, collecting website data, and tracking how often users visit various websites These links demonstrate how to set the most popular web browsers to store or access cookies under certain conditions:

Google Chrome Firefox Safari

So many technological solutions complicate cookie storage and access for all communication devices and applications.Clicking “Tools” or “Settings” to access privacy or cookie settings typically works.
Device manufacturers or browser creators usually give more specific information in the browser’s instructions or website.