PRIVACY POLICY

Last updated on November 14, 2021

At Rydow, our mission is to seek truth and help people understand the world. We want you to understand how we process your data. We also want you to know your rights and options.

This policy describes how we treat your data when you use our Rydow site, listed below:

  • The magazines along with the language versions are owned by us.
  • Our web pages.
  • Our apps, such as the Rydow app.
  • Our email newsletters, like newsletter and news of the week.
  • Pages or advertisements on social media networks, such as our Facebook and Instagram pages.
  • Anywhere we collect information from you.

How we process information about you depends on the services you use – and how you use them. We use different information about email subscribers than web site visitors.

Note that certain services work differently. Some have additional terms for this policy. Or others refer to a different privacy policy altogether, so this policy does not apply.

A. What information do we collect about you?

The information we collect about you depends on the context. In general, it is information about you that can personally identify you – or when combined with other information.

The following describes the information we collect and how we obtain it.

1. Information collected through the access service

Information you voluntarily provide to us

  • For registration:

When you sign up for the Rydow service (e.g. Signup), we collect your contact information and account login information. Once you’ve signed up, we’ll assign you a unique ID number. This ID number helps us recognize you once you’re signed in.

For some services, you can sign up by linking your Apple, Facebook, or Google account.

If you register for an event or conference, we may request additional information  (for example, your company name, your job title, or your dietary restrictions).

Access to Rydow is currently free, so we have not collected your information through this form.

  • For payment:

We do not collect and are not authorized to collect your payment information. All your payments are processed by us through a 3rd party intermediary such as Paypal or bank transfer. This means that your payment information will be collected and used in accordance with Paypal’s Privacy policy (you can view Paypal’s Privacy policy here).

Therefore, we absolutely cannot access your payment information in any way.

  • For user-generated content:

We offer you the ability to post content that can be read by other users (for example, contributors, comments, or email submissions). Anyone can read, collect and use any personal information that accompanies your posts. See our Terms of service for more information.

We do not have to publish any of your content. If we are required by law to take down, delete or correct your personal information, we will comply to the extent required.

The user-generated content feature is a work in progress, so user-generated content is currently unavailable.

  • For contests, sweepstakes and special offers:

When you sign up for these, you provide us with your name, email address, and any other necessary information.

  • For survey, research, table and reader experience programs:

We collect information through questionnaires, surveys and feedback programs. We also conduct similar research on advertisers. We ask that you agree to the use of this information when you participate in these programs and events.

  • During contact with our support person:

We collect information from you when you call or contact customer support through one of our phone numbers.

  • Personal contact data:

We never scan your device for your contacts or upload that data.

With your consent, we comply with your request to collect data about your friends, family or acquaintances (e.g. referral campaign). This function is only available to residents of certain regions.

Information is collected automatically

  • With tracking technology in your browser and mobile app:

These technologies include cookies, bookmarks, tags and scripts, software development kits (or SDKs), and more.

We track and store data about how you access and use Rydow, specifically through our websites and apps. Items we log include:

  • Your IP address.
  • Your position.
  • Your operating system.
  • Your browser.
  • Your browser language.
  • The URL of any pages you visit on our websites and apps.
  • Device identifier.
  • Advertising identifier.
  • Other usage information.

We combine this data with other information we collect about you. For more information about tracking methods on Rydow and how to manage them, read our Cookie policy.

If your browser does not accept our cookies, you may not be able to access certain parts of our site (for example, your account on rydow.com).

  • With GPS technology:

Some of our apps may provide content based on your GPS location, if you enable this feature  (e.g. Rydow app). Your GPS location is your exact location.

You choose whether to enable GPS features when you first install the app. You can edit that setting on your device at any time. If you enable these features, your GPS location can be found by satellite, cell phone tower, or Wi-Fi and used by apps. If you save a location-based search in your history, that data goes to our service provider’s servers – see below for a definition of a service provider.

If you do not enable GPS location-based services, or if a particular application does not have location-based features  (e.g. Rydow app) , we will not collect your exact GPS location. Friend. We collect your IP address, which can establish your approximate location. Ads on our websites and apps may be targeted based on this approximate location, but never based on your GPS location.

Information collected from other sources

  • Privately owned database:

Marketing, data analytics, and social media-owned databases give us access to many types of information – like public data, survey data and more. This data sometimes includes your mailing address, your gender, your age, your household income, and other demographic data.

  • Social media platforms and other third-party services:

Social media platforms include Facebook. Third-party services including Google and Nook.

You may associate social media or other third-party accounts with Rydow. By linking the services, you authorize us to collect, store and use any information they may provide to us  (for example, your email address). You may disconnect your rydow.com subscription from third-party accounts at any time.

We also receive information from you when you interact with our pages, groups, accounts or posts on social media platforms. This includes aggregated data about our followers (e.g. age, gender and location) , interaction data (e.g. likes, comments, shares, reposts) and clicks), cognitive data (e.g. impressions and reach), and public user profiles.

  • Workplace and school:

When your employer or school purchases an organization-wide rydow.com subscription, they sometimes provide us with your organization’s name and email address to grant you access to as a user.

Note about future updates:

We’re always improving our products and services, and we’re constantly creating new features. These updates sometimes require us to collect new information or use what we already have in another way. If there is a significant or material change in the way we treat your personal information, we will notify you as detailed below.

B. What we do with the information we collect about you?

1. We provide service

We use your information to help you use and navigate the Rydow service, such as:

  • Provide recruitment and employment services for you.
  • Arrange access to your account.
  • Provide customer service.
  • Respond to your inquiries, requests, suggestions or complaints.
  • Complete your payments and transactions.
  • Send service-related messages (for example, a change in our terms and conditions).
  • Save your search list.
  • Show your search statistics.
  • Allows you to participate in paid services, polls, promotions, surveys, seminars, research and comments.

2. We personalize your experience

We track your reading preferences and habits (e.g. articles you read) to personalize your reading experience using technology like algorithm recommendations and machine learning. Here’s how we highlight articles you might be interested in and highlight articles you’ve already read. We also show you prices, promotions, products or services that we believe you will find interesting, based on demographic and usage data.

3. We allow you to share user-generated content

Any information you disclose in your content becomes public – along with your chosen display name and uploaded photos.

4. We develop products, services, and perform analysis

We analyze data on user registration, purchase and usage behavior. This helps us make business and marketing decisions.

For example, our analytics allows us to predict preferences and price points for our products and services. It helps us determine if our marketing is successful. It also shows us characteristics about our audience, which we sometimes share in aggregate with advertisers.

Google Analytics is one of the analytics providers we use. You can learn how Google Analytics uses data and how to opt out of Google Analytics.

5. We perform administrative duties

  • For audits: We verify that our internal processes work as intended and comply with legal, regulatory and contractual requirements.
  • For fraud and security monitoring: We detect and prevent cyberattacks or unauthorized robot activities.
  • For customer satisfaction: We measure user satisfaction with Rydow and our customer care team.

The above activities may involve companies, agents or external contractors (service providers) with whom we share your personal information for these purposes (discussed further below below).

6. We offer sweepstakes, contests and other promotions

You can participate in our sweepstakes, contests and other promotions. Some may have additional rules about how we use and disclose your personal information.

7. We allow personalized advertising and audience creation for third-party advertisers

We collect data and work with third parties to show you personalized advertisements on behalf of advertisers. This data comes from ad tracking technologies set up by us or a third party (e.g. cookies), information you provide (e.g. your email address), your use of Rydow (e.g. your reading history), information from advertisers or advertising providers (e.g. demographic data), and anything inferred from any information of these. We only use or share this information in a way that does not reveal your identity. For example, we use Google to serve ads on Rydow. Google uses cookies or unique device identifiers, combined with their own data, to show you advertisements based on your visit to rydow.com and other websites. You may choose not to use Google’s cookies by visiting the relevant Google privacy policy.

We also define groups of users to serve personalized ads on behalf of our advertisers. To do this, we combine the information we collect through surveys or registrations with information we collect automatically using tracking technology while you browse the websites and our application. This combined information is used to build the model. These data models are then used to measure user attributes, like their demographic information or preferences. Working with service providers, we use these measurements to group users by common attributes. Each group is associated with a random ID, which is then passed to our ad servers for use in targeting advertising campaigns on our websites and apps.

Another example is our affiliate providers, which we use in our product guides and recommendations. The Rydow includes links that will take you to the URLs of providers and other services that are not operated or controlled by us. These providers use cookies and other technologies to collect information about your navigation from the Rydow to the merchant you are visiting. If you purchase a product after clicking on a link to the affiliate supplier’s URL, we may earn a commission.

Additional notes:

  • To learn more about targeted advertising and how to opt out with your specific browser and device, go to DAA Webchoices browser test and Opt-out of NAI Interest-Based Advertising. You can AppChoices app download to opt out application for mobile device. You can also follow the instructions in What are your rights? section below.
  • We try to limit how our third-party ad technology providers use the information they collect from you. Many of these suppliers require us to enter into contracts that allow them to optimize their own services and products or help them create their own products. Essentially, the vendors This provider combines any information they collect about you through the Rydow with information they receive from their other customers. This helps them target ads to you on behalf of their other customers, not just us.
  • These third parties sometimes use other services to serve ads, check their privacy policies for more details.

8. We advertise for you

We market our properties to you. We sometimes use marketing providers to do this.

We serve advertising through websites, places, platforms and services operated and owned by third parties. Typically, these ads are targeted at people who have visited or signed up for Rydow but haven’t signed up for or purchased anything. Ads are also targeted to people with similar characteristics or behaviors to our subscribers or customers.

We target our ads to these users by uploading encrypted customer lists to third parties or by incorporating third-party tracking technology into our Rydow. The third party then matches the individuals that appear in both our data and theirs. Because of how this matchmaking works, it’s not possible for third parties to read our encrypted list of customers if they haven’t already.

To opt-out of receiving these relevant advertisements, contact applicable third parties. For example, when we use “Custom audiences” to serve you our ads through Facebook, you can hover over the box in the right corner of that Facebook ad and opt out. We are not responsible for third parties’ failure to comply with opt-out requirements.

We periodically send you targeted promotional newsletters. For information about opting out of these emails, see What are your rights?

9. We aggregate (or identify) personal information into larger findings

We sometimes aggregate or de-identify information so that it can no longer identify you under applicable law. This helps us better understand and represent our users, for example, when we measure ad performance, create segments based on ad interest, or aggregate survey results. We may use and disclose this aggregated or unidentified information for any purpose, unless otherwise provided by applicable law.

C. With whom do we share the information we collect??

1. Internally

We share your information with our instances and ecosystem for the purposes listed herein.

2. With service providers

We work with service providers, as defined above, to perform certain tasks:

  • Process your payments.
  • Fulfill your order.
  • Maintain technology and related infrastructure.
  • Provide you with customer service.
  • Ad serving and targeting.
  • Measure ad performance.
  • Survey presentation.
  • Send you products and correspondence.
  • Email distribution.
  • List processing and analysis.
  • Research management and analysis.
  • Manage promotions.

In performing these tasks, service providers typically have access to your personal information.

We sometimes allow them to use aggregated or unidentified information for other purposes, in accordance with applicable law.

3. With other third parties

There are situations when we share your information with third parties other than our service providers. We never share your email address with these third parties without your consent, except in encrypted form to engage in tailored advertising described at above.

  • If you are a print magazine subscriber, we may share your name and mailing address (along with other information) with other reputable companies that wish to market to you by mail.
  • We share information about our conference and live event attendees (for example, your name, your company, or your job title) with event sponsors. In those cases, we will notify you when you provide information to us.
  • We share information about participants in sweepstakes, contests and similar promotions with the sponsors of the promotion. In those cases, we will notify you when you provide information to us.
  • We process payments you make through Paypal as mentioned above.

There are two ways this can happen:

  • We collect your information and share it with a third party service for processing.
  • Third party services collect your information for processing.
  1. In the event of a reorganization, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment, assignment or other disposition of all or any part of our business, assets or stock (including bankruptcy or similar proceedings), we will have a legitimate interest in disclosing or transferring your information to third parties – such as an acquiring organization and its advisors.
  2. We may preserve or share personal information if required by law to do so. We may also preserve or share personal information if we believe it is necessary to:
  • Comply with the law or legal process.
  • Protect and defend our rights and property.
  • Protect against misuse or unauthorized use of Rydow services.
  • Protect the safety or property of our users or the public  (for example, if you provide false information or try to pose as someone else, we may share your information to help investigate your actions).
  • Cooperate with government agencies that may be outside your country of residence.

We disclose public practices in our RSS feeds, APIs, and other delivery formats. As a result, your public activities may appear on other websites, blogs or feeds.

D. What are your rights?

1. How do I opt out of email, phone, mail and push notifications?

The opt-out methods described below are limited to the email address (hereinafter referred to as the mail), phone, or device used. They will not affect subsequent subscriptions.

  • Letters:

We offer a wide variety of business letters and newsletters. You can unsubscribe by following the “unsubscribe” instructions near the bottom of the message. You can also email us at [email protected].

Bạn có thể quản lý các tùy chọn bản tin của mình .

  • Promotion by mail or phone:

You can ask us to unsubscribe from our mail or telephone offers. You can also ask us not to share your information with third parties for marketing purposes. To do so, write to mail us at [email protected].

  • Push notifications:

You can opt out at any time by adjusting your device settings or by uninstalling our app.

  • Message:

You can choose not to receive text alerts at any time by replying to “STOP” or any of the alt keywords we have shared with you.

We complete all disapproval requests as quickly as possible. This opt-out request will not prevent us from sending you material non-marketing notices.

2. How do you access, change, delete, update or exercise your other rights regarding your personal information?

In some parts of the world, you have the right:

  • Access, modify or delete personal information we hold about you.
  • Receive an electronic copy of the personal information we hold about you, so that the data can move.
  • Limit or object to the way we handle personal information about you.
  • Do not be discriminated against by us to exercise your privacy rights.

You have the right to object to the processing of your personal information based on our or a third party’s legitimate interests – unless we demonstrate compelling lawful grounds to process or retain the information. your personal information to establish, exercise or defend legitimate requests.

If you wish to exercise any of the above rights, please mail us at [email protected]. In your request, please be specific. State the information you want to change, whether you want your information removed from our database or whether there are limits you would like us to put on how we use personal information your. Please use the email address associated with that personal information – we only fulfill requests for information associated with your email address. To verify your identity, we will send an email to the email address you provided us and this address matches our records and await your response. In some cases, we may also ask for more information. This is how we verify your identity before complying.

You may appoint an authorized agent to make the request on your behalf. To do so, please provide the agent with a written authorization, signed by you, authorizing the agent to submit the request on your behalf. The representative must submit such authorization with the request. We will contact you to verify your identity – and your authorized agent’s permission – before responding to a request is submitted.

We will respond to your request in a manner consistent with applicable law.

We may need to keep certain information for record-keeping purposes or to complete a transaction you initiated prior to requesting the change or deletion  (for example, if you made a purchase or entered a promotions, you may not change or delete the personal information provided until after completing a purchase or promotion) .

In some cases, your request does not guarantee complete removal of content or information  (for example, if another user has re-posted your content).

E. What about sensitive personal information?

We generally do not collect any sensitive information about you. This article includes:

  • Your identity card number (citizen identity card) or other government-issued personal identification numbers.
  • Your racial or ethnic origin.
  • Your political opinion.
  • Your religion or other beliefs.
  • Your health, biometrics or genetics.
  • All union members.
  • Any criminal record.

There are some rare situations when we ask for this information (for example, a reader survey asks about your political leanings) , but you can refuse to answer. Outside of those situations, we want you to never share that information with us.

F. How long do we keep data?

We store your personal information for as long as necessary or permitted, based on why we obtained it (in accordance with applicable law). This means that we may retain your personal information even after you close your account with us.

When deciding how long to keep your information, we will consider:

  • How long have we had a relationship with you?
  • Whether we are subject to any legal obligations (for example, any law that requires us to keep records of transactions for a certain period of time before we can delete them).
  • Whether we have taken on any legal position (e.g. in relation to any limited statute).

Instead of deleting your data, we may delete it by removing identifying details.

G. How do we protect your information?

After receiving your information, we will encrypt and store it manually on an independent server system and disconnect all external connections. So except us, no one can access user data from outside.

If you have reason to believe that your interaction with us is no longer secure, notify us immediately.

H. Are there any instructions for children?

Rydow is intended for a general audience and is not directed at children under the age of 18.

We do not knowingly collect personal information (as defined by the Cybersecurity Code issued by the Government of Singapore) in a manner that is not permitted by law. If you are a parent or guardian and you believe that we have collected information from your child in a manner that is not authorized by law, please contact us at [email protected]/ We will delete data to the extent required by applicable law.

I. How is information transferred internationally?

We store our users’ data in the United States of America, however we will comply with applicable laws and regulations in the country in which we provide services.

In certain situations, courts, law enforcement agencies, regulatory authorities or security agencies in those countries may have access to your personal information.

K. What is our legal basis?

In some jurisdictions we only collect, use or share information about you when we have good cause. This is called a “legitimate basis”. Specifically, this is one of the following:

  • Consent you give us at the time of your information collection.
  • The performance of the contract that we have with you.
  • Compliance with a legal obligation to which we are subject, or
  • Legitimate interests of Rydow or a third party. “Legal interest” is a technical term under international law, including the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. That means there are legitimate reasons for processing your personal information and we take measures to minimize the impact on your privacy rights and interests. “Legal interest” also refers to our use of your data in ways you would reasonably expect and with minimal impact on privacy.

We have a legitimate interest in collecting and processing personal information, for example: (1) to ensure that our network and information are secure; (2) administer and generally conduct business in Rydow (3) to prevent fraud; and (4) to conduct our marketing activities.

L. Links to third party services

Some Rydow services contain links to third-party sites, resources, vendors, and advertisers. These third parties are not Rydow. We do not control (and are not responsible for) third-party content or privacy practices. Any personal data you provide to them is not governed by this Privacy policy.

M. How are changes to this Privacy policy notified?

We periodically update this Privacy policy. We will post any changes on this page by updating this policy.

If we make a material or material change in the way we collect, use or share your personal information, we will notify you at least 30 days before the changes take effect. force. We will do this by email or prominently in Rydow. If you object to any changes, you may stop using our services.

After we post any changes to this page, your continued use of our services is subject to the updated Privacy policy.

N. How to contact Rydow Go?

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected]/

Rydow is referred to in this Privacy policy as “Rydow”, “we” or “our”.

Certain services act as independent controllers of your personal information.

Rydow team

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