FARPost GDPR policy

The collection and processing of personal data by FARPost entities is subject to the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other applicable data protection laws in the European Economic Area (EEA). The objective of this Privacy Policy is to provide adequate safeguards for FARPost entities when handling personal data.

The policy covers all FARPost entities that handle personal data and applies to all data subjects, including customers, employees, and suppliers. The policy defines key terms, such as “personal data,” “sensitive personal data,” and “processing,” and outlines the principles for personal data processing, including fairness, legality, relevance, accuracy, and security.

FARPost collects and processes limited contact information, such as name and surname, business telephone number, and email address, and advises its customers not to provide any sensitive personal data. Personal data may be obtained from various sources, including customer information provided through FARPost’s services and gathered from public sources.

FARPost implements appropriate technical, physical, and organizational safeguards to protect personal data against unauthorized access, unlawful processing, and accidental loss, destruction, or damage. In case of a violation involving personal data, FARPost will take appropriate steps to stop the infringement and cooperate with relevant authorities.

The Privacy Officer, designated by FARPost, is the initial point of contact for privacy-related inquiries, complaints, or questions and can be found at the bottom of this Policy.

marketing (at) farpost.co.za

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