You have the right to object to us processing your personal data for reasons related to your particular situation pursuant, however, to applicable legal requirements or rights.
Specifically, the Data Subject has the right to:
a. Withdraw consent at any time. The Data Subject may withdraw their prior consent to the treatment of their own Personal data.
b. Object to the processing of personal Data. The Data Subject may object to the processing of their personal Data when it occurs on a legal basis other than consent. Further details on the right to object are provided in the section below.
c. Right of access to your own Data. The Data Subject has the right to obtain information regarding the Data processed by the Data Controller, certain aspects of processing, and to receive a copy of the processed Data.
d. Verify and ask for rectification. The Data Subject has the right to verify their Personal Data is correct, and ask for the rectification of inaccurate information.
e. Right to restriction of processing. When certain conditions are met, the Data Subject can request the restriction of processing of their Personal Data. In this case, the Data Controller will not process the Data for any purpose, with the exception of storage.
f. Right to obtain erasure of Personal Data (‘right to be forgotten’). When certain conditions are met, the Data Subject can request the erasure of their Personal Data on the part of the Data Controller.
g. Right to data portability The Data Subject has the right to obtain their Personal Data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and, where technically feasible, have the right to transmit those data to another controller. This provision is applicable when the Data processing is carried out by automated means and processing is based on consent given by the Data Subject, on the contract to which the Data subject is a party, or related contractual measures.
h. Right to lodge a complaint. The Data Subject may lodge a complaint with a competent supervisory authority for protection of processing of personal data, or seek a judicial remedy.
If you oppose to the processing of your data or wish to withdraw to prior consent, send a brief message to either the email, or postal, addresses provided in section 9.