The Centurion Law Group (“CLG”) recognises the importance of privacy and the protection of personal information provided to it and is dedicated to the safeguarding and preservation of such information.
CLG obtains consent when the data subject provides us with personal information on our website, this includes, but not limited to, data subject’s name, surname, contact number and email address. CLG will obtain consent if we ask for the data subject’s personal information for a secondary reason.
3. COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
CLG collects personal information through one of the following means:
- When a data subjects contact CLG or request information or services;
- CLG provides services to data subjects;
- Persons applying for job opportunities at CLG;
- When persons use CLG’s websites or engage with CLG through social media.
- GLG may collect the information directly from a data subject or from third parties.
- The interaction with CLG on the website will result in the collection of information regarding the person’s activities on the website. Similarly, when anyone engages with CLG on any other social media platforms.
- When engaging with clients on matters, CLG will naturally be exposed to and collect personal information which includes the data subject’s name, contact details, financial information as well as information regarding the matters that the firm assists them with.
- As part of its recruitment processes, CLG collects information from graduates and employment applicants. This information includes educational information as well as employment history. By enquiring regarding employment opportunities at CLG or applying for employment, applicants are deemed to provide their consent to CLG’s processing of their personal information for recruitment purposes, which may include screening as well as background and reference checks.
4. BASIS AND PURPOSE FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL INFORMATION
CLG may process and use personal information:
- To deliver the services the data subject requires, in order to provide and maintain our service;
- For research purposes;
- To notify the data subject about changes to our service;
- To allow the data subject to participate in interactive features of our service;
- To provide customer support;
- To gather analysis or valuable information so that we can improve our service;
- To monitor the usage of our service;
- To detect, prevent and address technical issues;
- To provide the data subject with news, special offers and general information about other goods, services and events which we offer that are similar to those the data subject have already used or enquired about unless the data subject have opted not to receive such information;
- Demographical and statistical information about user behaviour may be collected and used to analyse the popularity and effectiveness of this website. Any disclosure of this information will be in aggregate form and will not identify individual users;
- If the data subject subscribes for data, news, announcements, alerts or any such information to be emailed from the website. The data subject’s details shall be contained on our database until such time the data subject chooses to unsubscribe from this service.
- Marketing and promotion of CLG’s services;
- Providing and improving services to clients;
- Improving users’ experience when using CLG’s websites;
- Communicating with persons for CLG’s internal purposes;
- Enabling CLG’s internal operations; and
- Exercising and defending legal rights.
5. DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal information will not be sold to third parties or provided to direct marketing companies or other such organizations without the data subject’s permission.
CLG may release personal information or disclose it to third parties in certain circumstances. These include, but are not limited to:
- if CLG is required or authorised to do so by law or a court order;
- In order for CLG to enforce its rights;
- In order for CLG to provide services to its clients.
- Third parties who provide research services to CLG or its clients;
- Government authorities and registries, organs of state, regulators, courts, tribunals and law enforcement agencies.
6. TRANSFER OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal information collected by CLG may be transferred to persons in other countries. Those countries’ laws might not protect personal information in the same way or on the same level as the law in the data subject’s country.
Your Data may be transferred to, and maintained on, computers located outside of your state, province, country or other governmental jurisdiction where the data protection laws may differ than those from your jurisdiction.
Please note that we may transfer Data, to the locations of our third-party service providers’ servers and process it as required or necessary.
7. RETENTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
Cookies are files with a small amount of data which may include an anonymous unique identifier. Cookies store information regarding website visitors. Cookies are sent to the data subject’s browser from a website and stored on the device. Tracking technologies also used are beacons, tags, and scripts to collect and track information and to improve and analyse CLG services provided.
The data subject can instruct its browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. Some portions of CLG’s services may not be provided or the data subject’s experience on the site may be diminished if the data subject chooses not to accept cookies.
9. DIRECT MARKETING
CLG may send marketing and promotional communications and material to data subjects. Data subjects may opt out from receiving such communications by contacting CLG at the details provided below or by clicking on the opt-out link that will be contained in the relevant electronic communication.
10. SECURITY OF DATA
To protect the data subject’s personal information, CLG takes reasonable precautions and follows industry best practices to make sure it is not inappropriately lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered or destroyed.
11. THIRD PARTY SERVICES
In general, the third-party providers utilised by CLG will only collect, use and disclose the data subject’s information to the extent necessary to allow them to perform the services they provide to us.
Certain providers may be located in or have facilities that are located in a different jurisdiction than either the data subject or CLG. If the data subject elects to proceed with a transaction that involves the services of a third-party service provider, the data subject’s information may become subject to the laws of the jurisdiction(s) in which that service provider or its facilities are located.
12. “DO NOT TRACK” SIGNALS
CLG do not support Do Not Track (‘DNT’). Do Not Track is a preference the data subject can set on its web browser to inform websites that it does not want to be tracked. You can enable or disable Do Not Track by visiting the Preferences or Settings page of your web browser.
13. LINKS TO OTHER SITES
CLG’s service may contain links to other sites that are not operated by CLG. CLG has no control over and assumes no responsibility nor any liability for the content, privacy policies or practices of any third-party website, sites or services.
14. DATA SUBJECT RIGHTS
The law might provide data subjects with rights to access, amend or delete personal information that is in the possession of CLG. However, CLG may, in certain instances, legally refuse or decline such requests. If applicable, a data subject may also have the right to object to CLG’s processing of their personal information or to file a complaint with a regulator. If a data subject wishes to exercise their rights, they can contact CLG at the details provided below. CLG may charge data subjects a fee for accessing, amending or deleting their personal information.
Data subjects are encouraged to contact CLG in order to update their personal information as and when necessary.
15. APPLICABLE LAWS
16. CONTACT DETAILS
The Compliance Officer
The Centurion Law Group
Suite 24 Katherine & West
114 West Street
Telephone: +27 12 432 6000
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