Data protection law provides individuals with certain rights, including the right to: access, rectify, withdraw
consent, erase, restrict, transport, and object to the processing of, their personal information. Individuals
also have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant information protection authority if they believe
that their personal information is not being processed in accordance with the law. Further information about
your rights is set out below:
Right to obtain a copy of your personal information – you have the right to obtain a copy of the personal
information we hold about you. Requests should be made to our Compliance Officer for Data Protection at the
details set out in Section 1.3. You may be required to submit proof of your identity.
Right to rectification – you may request that we rectify any inaccurate and/or complete any incomplete
personal information. Requests should be made to our Compliance Officer for Data Protection at the details
set out in Section 1.3. We will respond to your request to correct or supplement your personal information
within a reasonable time period and, in any event, within any time period specified in relevant laws.
Right to withdraw consent – you may, as permitted by applicable law, withdraw your consent to the processing
of your personal information at any time. Such withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of processing based
on your previous consent. Please note that if you withdraw your consent, you may not be able to benefit from
certain service features for which the processing of your personal information is essential.
Right to object to processing – you may, as permitted by law, request that we stop processing your personal
Right to erasure – you may request that we erase your personal information and we will comply, unless there
is a lawful reason for not doing so.
Your right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – please contact us first about any questions
or if you have a complaint in relation to how we process your personal information. However, you do have the
right to contact the relevant supervisory authority directly. To contact the Information Commissioner’s Office
in the United Kingdom, please visit the ICO website for instructions.