10th May 2018
This is a list of questions explaining how The Carolingian will protect your data once you subscribe your e-mail.
What happens if I subscribe my e-mail to The Carolingian?
Your e-mail will be added to our mailing list and receive notifications about new issues of The Carolingian.
Which further information will be stored about me?
None. The list of subscribers is exclusively a list of e-mails. We do not store any further information about our subscribers.
Does The Carolingian track my browsing activity as a reader?
A Unique ID tracking cookie is used for the legitimate purpose (as per Art. 6, GDPR) of identifying unique visitors. Otherwise, no personal data is logged.
Where and how will the mailing list be stored?
The list of e-mails is stored on a safe archive accessible exclusively to one e-mail list controller. To contact the controller, write to email@example.com.
Will The Carolingian share its mailing list with third parties?
No. Unless required by law, under no circumstances will The Carolingian share your e-mail with commercial or non-commercial third parties.
How will The Carolingian ensure that data will be protected?
The Carolingian maintains reasonable measures to protect Personal Data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access.
In the unlikely event of a security breach leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access any data ("Incident"), we will notify all subscribers, via registered email address, of the Incident promptly and without undue delay, and take reasonable steps to minimise harm and secure our subscribers' data. Our notification of or response to an Incident will not be construed as an acknowledgement of any fault or liability with respect to the Incident.
What happens if I unsubscribe from The Carolingian?
Your e-mail will be deleted from the mailing list within 48 hours and you will be notified once the process is completed.
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