On May 25, 2018, a new data privacy law, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), took effect in the European Union (EU). The GDPR expands privacy rights granted to EU individuals.
Grey Media Group understands how important your privacy is, and we take care of the information we collect
- Who are we?
- How we use your information?
Who are we?
- The personal information collected from you and to where it is used or to whom it may be shared.
- What kind of choices are available to you regarding the use of your data.
- To protect the misuse of your information, we will notify you about the security procedures.
- If there are inaccuracies in the information, you will be notified on how to change them.
How we use your information?
- When you use our website:
A number of cookies used by us and third parties that allow the website to function, collect the information when you visit our website or view our products/services in order to make your experience better.
- When you submit an enquiry via our website:
When a user submits an enquiry via our website, we ask them their name, contact information and email address. The Company may also contact the user for several times after the query has been made. The purpose is to follow up with your interests and preferences. We do not use the information that you send to make any automated decisions that might affect you.
- When you purchase a product from our website:
When you purchase a product from our website, we ask you for your contact number, email address, credit/Debit card information, and your name. We will then use this information provided by you to verify your card details, process your order and notify you regarding the process completion. We do not retain your credit card information rather it is passed to a third party payment processor. We keep your order information for an indefinite period, as the licenses we sell for our services do not expire.
- When you apply for a job:
When you apply for a job with GreyMedia, we ask you your name, contact number, email address and other information that is associated with a job application. The purpose of collecting this information is to contact you later regarding your application and we may also follow up with you later about alternative roles that we feel could be a good fit for you if your initial application was unsuccessful.
- Your rights as a data subject:
You are allowed by law to ask us for the information that we hold about you. You can also ask us to correct the information if you find it to be inaccurate. In case we have asked your consent for processing your personal data, you have the right to withdraw that consent anytime.
You have the right to stop us from using your personal data for a period of time if you believe we are not doing so lawfully.
If we are processing your data for reasons of consent or contract, you have the right to ask for the copy of information so that you can provide it to another provider.
- Your right to complain:
If you have any complaint regarding the use of your information, you are allowed and free to complain either directly to us or you can contact the information commissioner’s office.