- “You/the first person” we refer to you, Site user.
- “We/Us” means the Arab Entrepreneurs Council London website in Arabic and English and any sub-site within the scope of the Beroya Website.
- “Users” refers to users of the Site in general and/or individually as the context indicates.
- We handle all personal data and user-related information in full compliance with all UK and EU privacy protection legislation.
1- What we do with the user information you provide to us:
When you enter user information, You consent that we retain your user information through us or through the services of a third party company that processes such information on our behalf.
- Conducting market research, including statistical analysis related to user behavior, which we may offer to third parties in an impersonal manner, And holisticly.
- Identify issues with our websites, apps or services; plan improvements to our sites, apps or services; create new websites, apps or services.
- Enable us to meet all the requirements imposed on us by law.
- send you periodic communications (including an email); Regarding specifications, products, services and events, and special offers.
- communicate with you by any means (including email, telephone, text messages, social media, mail and personal communication) to inform you of news and other information that may be of interest to you; provided that such notices are in compliance with the law; maintain and update your contact information where necessary; obtain your prior voluntary consent where appropriate.
We may disclose your user information to a third party:
in order for the third party to send you periodic communications regarding specifications, products, services and events, and special offers on our behalf;
If we sell or buy a business or asset, In this case, we may disclose your user information to a potential buyer or seller of such business or property;
if all or most of our assets are owned by a third party; In this case, your user information that you have provided to us will be transferred to the third party as part of the assets transferred to it; if we must disclose or share your user information to:
- Compliance with legal obligations
- Apply or enforce the Terms and Conditions and/or any other agreements.
- protect our rights, property, safety and customers, or other users.
- We may also disclose your user information to any of the companies associated with Beroya, Wherever these companies are located in the world and for whatever reason.
You can inform us of any updates, modifications and corrections, You carry out user information that we have previously collected through the use of the Contact Us section on the Site.
We do not collect personal data about you for the sole purpose of collecting it, Rather, they usually come in the context of normal day-to-day use of our sites and within the legal framework permitted in the UK and the EU region. We do not in any way communicate your personal data to any third party outside the framework of the law. When using the Site, We may collect personal data about you from the following sources:
Data you provide: We may obtain your personal data that you provide to us when you contact us via email, phone, or by any other means.
Data you make available to the public: We may collect or obtain your personal data that you expressly decide to make available to the general public, including through social media sites (e.g. we may collect information from your social media account(s), if you post any written or photographic material on our site.
App Data: We may collect or obtain your personal data if you download or use one of our Apps.
Data provided via the Sites: We may collect or obtain your personal data when you visit any of our sites or use any features or resources available on or through one of our sites.
Registration data: We may collect or obtain your personal data when you use or register to use any of our websites, applications or services.
Content and advertising information: If you decide to interact with any third party content or advertisements on a site or in an application of the Arab Entrepreneurs Council in London, then we may receive personal data about you from the relevant third party.
Receiving information from third parties: We may also collect or collect your personal data from third parties who provide it to us (e.g. credit reference agencies, law enforcement authorities, etc.).
4. What personal data we may collect about you:
Personal data: full name, preferred name and personal photo.
Demographic data: gender, date of birth/age, nationality, greeting, surname, language preferences.
Contact details: messaging address, phone number, email address, social media account(s) data.
Consent records: records of any consents provided by you, as well as the date and time, means of consent and any related information (e.g. subject of consent).
Data related to our sites: device type, operating system, browser type, rebrowsing, IP address, language settings, dates and times of connection to a site related to the Arab Entrepreneurs Council in London, application usage statistics, application settings, dates and times of contacting an application related to the London Arab Entrepreneurs Council, geographical location data, and other technical communication information (some of which may constitute personal data), username, password, access security data, usage data, aggregated statistical information.
Employer Details: If you deal with us as an employee, your name, address, telephone number and email address of the employer, to the extent necessary.
Content and advertising data: records of your interactions with information and content on the Internet, records of advertisements and content displayed on pages or application screens displayed to you, any previous interaction you have with that content or advertisements (including mouse movements, mouse clicks, any forms completed by you, including incomplete forms, and any interactions with the touchscreen).
Views and opinions: Any views and opinions expressed and/or chosen by you to send to us, or to publicly post about us on social media.
5- Your legal rights:
- Subject to applicable law, You may have a number of rights in relation to the processing of your relevant personal data, Including:
- Right not to provide us with your personal data – However, we may not be able to provide you with full use of our websites, applications or services if you do not provide us with your personal data.
- the right to demand access to or copies of your relevant personal data, along with information relevant to the nature, processing and disclosure of such relevant personal data.
- the right to request rectification of any inaccuracies in your relevant personal data;
- The right to demand the following on legitimate grounds: erasure of your relevant personal data, or restrict the processing of your relevant personal data
When you want to withdraw your consent, you can receive periodic communications regarding specifications, products and services, and events by responding to the “unsubscribe” link in the communications coming from us.
Please note that we will not disclose your user information to a third party to enable them to send you direct marketing communications without your prior consent to do so.
7- Data Security:
We implement appropriate technical and institutional security measures specifically designed to protect your personal data from accidental or unlawful damage, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure, unauthorized access and other forms of unlawful or unauthorized processing in accordance with the law.
Since the Internet is an open network, Transmitting information over the Internet is not completely secure. Although we will implement all reasonable measures to protect your personal data, However, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted to us over the Internet, therefore, You assume the risk of submitting data over the Internet and are responsible for ensuring that any personal data you transmit to us is transmitted to us securely.
These text files do not merge within your operating system and do not harm your files. Although you prefer not to collect information through the use of text files, You can follow a simple procedure through most browsers that lets you decline the feature of downloading text files. But you must note, Services addressed to you personally may be affected if you choose to disable the text files option. If you want to disable the download feature of text files, click the link here for instructions that will appear in a separate window.
For more details about text cookies, Please see them on the cookie link (below).
9- Protection of your user information:
Unfortunately, the transmission of data over the Internet cannot be fully guaranteed. With our full commitment to protecting your user information, We cannot guarantee the security of transmitting your user information to the Site. any data transmitted, including your user information, You are at your own risk.
For our part, we are aware of industry standards and use security applications in order to protect user information from any illegal hacking or abuse. Accordingly, when we use user information, we apply industry standards and security standards procedures in order to prevent unlawful access to user information.
- “App” means any application we make available (including applications that we make available through third party stores or marketplaces or by any other means).
- “Jurisdiction for the protection of personal data” means the jurisdiction officially defined by the European Commission as providing an adequate level of protection for personal data.
- “Cookie” means a small file that is placed on your device when you visit a website (including ours). Reference to “cookie” in this notice includes similar technologies, Such as web beacons for tracking and transparent GIF images.
- “Activist” means the entity that decides why and how personal data are processed. In many jurisdictions, The disposer has primary responsibility for compliance with applicable data protection laws.
- “Data Protection Authority” means an independent public authority that is legally mandated to oversee compliance with applicable data protection laws.
- “European Area” means the European Union area.
- “Personal Data” means information that relates to any person or through which any person can be directly or indirectly identified; In particular by referring to an identifier such as a name or identification number, or location data, or an online, economic, cultural or social identifier for that person.
- “Process”, “process” or “processor” means any action performed on personal data; Whether through automated means such as aggregation, registration, organization, structuring, storage, configuration or change, Mother of retrieval, or counseling, or use, disclosure by transmission, publication or otherwise making them available, or adapt, group, restrict, erase or destroy them.
- “Processor” means any person or entity that processes personal data on behalf of the disposer (other than employees of the disposer).
- “Relevant Personal Data” means personal data over which we are the controller. It does not expressly include personal data over which we are not the controller.
- “Critical Personal Data” means personal data relating to race or ethnicity; or political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, membership in trade unions, physical or mental health, or sexuality, or any actual or alleged criminal offences or penalties; or National Identification Number, or any other information that may be perceived as sensitive information under applicable law.
- “Standard Contractual Clauses” means model transfer clauses adopted by the European Commission or by the data protection authority and approved by the European Commission.
- “Site” means any website operated or operated by or on our behalf.
For inquiries or comments about this policy, please contact us
Cookies (or cookies): Sites to which this notice applies:
This notice applies to websites operated or controlled by the London Arab Entrepreneurs Council:
What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that can be stored on your computer or other device when you visit any website. These cookies are used to make websites work to track your movements within the website, remember your login data, etc.
There are different types of cookies, They can be distinguished on the basis of their origin, functions and age. Here are the most important characteristics of cookies:
Site cookies are files placed by the website you visit, Cookies for external sites are files placed by another site other than the one you are visiting. Please note that we do not control the collection or use of data by external sites.
The necessary cookies are necessary to allow the technical operation of the website (for example, these cookies enable you to navigate the website and use its features).
Performance cookies collect data on site performance, Such as the number of visitors, the time they spend on the site, and error messages.
Functional cookies increase the usability of the website by remembering your choices (e.g. language, region, login, etc.).
Targeted/advertising cookies allow the site to send you personalized advertisements.
Session cookies are temporary cookies that are deleted as soon as you close your browser. Persistent or persistent cookies remain on your device until you delete them yourself manually or until your browser deletes them based on the duration specified in the persistent cookie.
- Distinguish between visitors.
- Improve the use and functioning of our website.
- Customize our website and products to your needs and preferences.
- Analyze how our website is used and compile anonymous and aggregate statistics.
- We do not use the information collected to create personal profiles for visitors.
What kind of cookies do we use?
An overview of the cookies used on the London Arab Entrepreneurs Council websites can be found via the “Cookie Preferences” at the bottom of each website.
In addition, We may also use web beacons (blank GIFs) and other similar technologies along with or with cookies. Web beacons in their regular form are transparent images (typically 1 pixel × 1 pixel) on the website or email that help understand the behaviour of visitors to our website.
How can you control cookies and web beacons?
Most Internet browsers automatically accept cookies depending on their settings. Depending on your browser, You can set it to alert you before accepting cookies or you can set it to reject them altogether. Please refer to the “Help” button (or similar) in your browser to learn more about how to do this.
Your disabling of the cookie feature may affect your use of our websites.
If other devices are used to access our websites, You will need to ensure that your browser on each of the devices is set to your preferences regarding third-party cookies.
The Council of Arab Entrepreneurs in London and all the sites under it, Not responsible for cookies that belong to external services used by the site.
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