Juls’Psychology website’s privacy policies for the collection and storage of users’ personal data,
owned by Rosetta 2009 Ltd, disclose the amount of personal data that is collected, the reasons for collection, and the methods of storage, processing and deletion.
Please read this personal data collection and storage policy carefully. “Rosetta 2009 Ltd reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice, and changed policies will be posted on the website.
Use and collection of personal data
- All personal data is processed, stored and used by Rosetta 2009 EOOD in accordance with the GDPR applicable in Bulgaria and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament.
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd accepts responsibility for protecting the privacy of personal data where users have voluntarily provided personal information on the website or when using its online services.
- Users voluntarily provide information about themselves through the use of the website, which includes:
3.1. Contact information – email address, names provided in personal correspondence with representatives of Rosetta 2009 Ltd;
Additional personal data
1. Rosetta 2009 Ltd collects and stores additional information as followes:
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd collects and stores additional information with the explicit and active consent of users when they post content and information on the Site. In these cases, Rosetta 2009 Ltd. is not responsible for the accuracy of the data provided.
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd. collects and stores users’ photos and videos with users’ explicit and active consent when users post content and information on the Site. In these cases, Rosetta 2009 Ltd. is not responsible for the accuracy of the data provided.
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd. reserves the right to send invitations to participate in surveys, participation is always only upon express personal request and the invitation is only an opportunity to participate.
2. “Rosetta 2009 Ltd. collects and processes personal data for the following purposes: communication with users, marketing, surveys, sending campaign information, new and exclusive content on the Site, registration for the weekly newsletter, statistical purposes.
Storage and protection of personal data
1. “Rosetta 2009 Ltd collects, operates, and uses data as follows:
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd shall operate with the personal data of users for no longer than is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are processed. Users are not obliged to provide this information, but in these cases Rosetta 2009 Ltd will not be able to provide the relevant service.
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd collects and processes data for marketing purposes and to optimise its website and services. “Rosetta 2009 Ltd may store, use and process personal data collected in connection with the provision of its services for purposes other than those related to the legitimate business activities of the Company, only to fulfil its obligations under the Permissions issued and in the cases expressly provided for by law.
- In cases where content provided by a user is published, Rosetta 2009 Ltd stores the user’s data for the period during which the content is visible on the website.
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd. does not store users’ personal data on paper, portable memory or in the memory of mobile devices. All data is stored and processed on the Rosetta 2009 Ltd website.
- “Rosetta 2009 Ltd. is responsible for the protection of the personal data it processes, except in cases of: force majeure, accidental event or malicious acts of third parties, and in cases where the contact persons themselves have made this information accessible to third parties.
2. In accordance with the HIPPA of the Republic of Bulgaria and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, users who provide their personal data have the right to:
1. have access to their own personal data;
2. at any time request Rosetta 2009 Ltd to erase, correct or block their personal data whose processing is not in accordance with the aforementioned acts; and to notify the third parties to whom it has been disclosed of any erasure, correction or blocking, unless this is impossible or requires excessive effort on the part of Rosetta 2009 Ltd;
3. to object to Rosetta 2009 Ltd to the processing of their personal data where there is a lawful basis for doing so and where the objection is justified, Rosetta 2009 Ltd will cease processing their personal data; and to any other rights under the above Acts.
3. In the case of point 5 of this section above, the user must send a written request in person or through a person expressly authorized by him to the address for correspondence of Rosetta Ltd, which should contain: name, e-mail address for correspondence, as well as other data to identify the person, a request for deletion and/or correction of personal data or refusal to provide them to third parties and/or the preferred form for providing the data (where applicable under the PDPA). The request must be signed and dated. If the request is made by an authorised person, it shall be accompanied by a notarised power of attorney.
4. If users suspect that their personal data has been misused, they have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent data protection supervisory authority – the Data Protection Commission – https://www.cpdp.bg/
5. By using the Jul’s Psychology website users:
1. declare that they have read, are aware of and agree to the contents of these Terms and Conditions,
when completing the registration form, provide their personal data and provide it voluntarily,
2. declare that they are aware of the purposes, nature and conditions of the provision and processing of their personal data,
3. voluntarily consent to their personal data being processed by Rosetta 2009 Ltd and/or its designated processor(s) and in accordance with the terms set out in this section, and
4. declare that they are aware of all legal options under the PDPA and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 relating to the processing of their personal data, including (but not limited to) to object to the processing of their personal data at any time (“right to be forgotten”).