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Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy page will give you a better of what happens to personal data you share with us and how we will collect, modify and protect such information.

The terms and conditions in this policy apply to personal information that is collected and processed by LottoExposed.com.

Introduction

This document informs you about the information we may collect from you and the conditions under which such information is going to be processed. In the context of GDPR and other data privacy laws, processing refers to the collection, storage, transfer, use, and modification of personal data.

If you do not agree with the privacy terms and conditions mentioned below, you will be free to leave the website.

LottoExposed.com is committed to protecting the privacy and the integrity of your personal information. We will give you a detailed and comprehensive overview of our processes since all website visitors are entitled to knowing how their personal information is going to be used and how it’s going to be protected.

Our policy complies with the General Data Protection Regulation, as well as other applicable privacy laws. Based on these laws, we are required to tell you about your rights, as well as about your responsibilities in terms of controlling access to your personal data and sharing such information with web service/content providers.

Please be advised that we do not share, sell or reveal the personal information you provide to us with third parties. Any exceptions to this statement will be outlined in the coming sections of the privacy notice.

Changes to the Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy may change occasionally to ensure further compliance with relevant regulations and to reflect on modifications in the way we will process data in the future.

We encourage you to check this page for new information on a regular basis.

Types of Personal Information We Process

Depending on the current content and functionalities available on LottoExposed, as well as future modifications to the website, we may collect or we are already collecting the following kinds of personal information:

  • Your name and your contact details
  • Your date of birth, gender or age
  • Your nationality
  • Marketing to you and analytics data
  • Information that we have obtained from third parties
  • Information that you choose to share via the LottoExposed forum
  • Information you choose to share when you get in touch with the team via our contact form

Such information may be processed for the following purposes:

  • To verify your identity
  • For security purposes
  • To provide you with suggestions about relevant content and information
  • To assist legal authorities, in case they request access to certain types of data

Such information can be aggregated in our database to give you further information in the future, to enhance the quality of website content or to give you access to relevant features. If we use the information to enhance our website performance in the future, your data will not be personally identifiable.

Sources of Personal Information

To ensure the functioning and relevant content provision, we may collect personal data in a number of ways:

  • Information that you provide when filling out forms and participating in forum discussions
  • Information generated about you when you use the website
  • When you get in touch with us via our contact form

Your personal information has to be processed so that we can provide you with content, products or services; for the purpose of updating our records; to follow the best practices as recommended by governmental bodies and other administrative entities; for market research and analysis; to assess the performance of our website; to comply with all of our legal obligations and to protect public interests.

Do We Share Your Personal Information with Third Parties and Other Entities?

We have a forum, as well as a comments section on our website. These functionalities give you a chance to express your opinion, share information and reveal some personal data. By doing so, you acknowledge such data may be viewed or copied by other people and parties.

By making such information publicly available, it’s up to you to make sure that you are protecting your own privacy. We will not use such information but it will be displayed in the respective section of the website and posting is at your own discretion.

In specific circumstances, you may send us a request for the deletion of information you have shared via a comment or a forum post. We will decide at our discretion whether to delete the personal information you have posted.

Personal information you have provided may eventually be shared with third parties like governmental and regulatory bodies.

Removal of Website Content

The Lotto Exposed comments and forum are public. This means that anyone has the right to publish content regarding a topic of interest. While we do moderate the posts for offensiveness, we will not delete opinions and comments that you’re displeased by or you dislike.

If you believe that content on our website is revealing personal information without your permission, is featuring derogatory, offensive, racist or sexist content, please send us a note. We will do our best to moderate the piece of content and find out if it breaches our terms and conditions. In such instances, we reserve the right to delete the respective text, image or another type of content from our website.

Withdrawal of Consent

It is possible to view and edit your personal information at any time. Send us a message if you would like to be provided with the information we store and collect about you.

You can withdraw your consent for the processing of personal data by getting in touch with our team via the Contact Us page.

Cookies Policy

Cookies are small files (pieces of code) that get placed on your computer by the browser you use to access the website. Cookies allow for information that’s gathered on the web to be stored for future usage. As a result, websites can load faster and you can get a more personalized experience the next time you visit.

Cookies can last for a specified period of time or indefinitely until you get them removed from your system.

If you choose to, you can delete cookies via the browser you use. It’s also possible to disable the use of cookies altogether through the browser settings.

We may use cookies for the following purposes:

  • To track your usage of the website
  • To see if a message we displayed has been viewed during your visit
  • To maintain information about survey and poll answers you’ve provided

Keep in mind that we may also record information stemming from requests made by your web browser. Such information could include your location, your IP address and the internet service provider you’re relying on. The type of software you’re using will also be noted down. Such information could be used to provide a better experience (website design, load speed, etc.) in the future.

Third-Party Advertising and Content on Our Website

In time, we may carry out third-party advertising campaigns or content partnerships on our website. Depending on the nature of the ad or the campaign, some information may be collected automatically about viewers.

Cookies and other technologies could also be used for the purpose.

The information will not lead to personal identification and we will still adhere to our policies pertaining to sharing visitor data with third parties.

Data Processing Outside the EU

Since our website is hosted outside the EU, some of the personal data may be processed outside the EU member states. As per the latest personal data protection requirements, data obtained from a country within the EU could be processed outside the Union.

Once again, we are committed to protecting the privacy of your data, as per EU regulations (GDPR).

Personal Data Retention Period

Unless this privacy policy is updated to state otherwise, we will maintain personal information for as long as we have to in order to provide access to content and services.

In addition, we may store personal data to comply with other laws that necessitate a certain database retention period for compliance purposes. Personal information could also be stored to make a claim or defend ourselves in the case of legal proceedings.

Your Rights Under Personal Data Protection Laws

Personal data protection laws like the GDPR guarantee certain rights to every individual using the internet. As of May 2018, you are entitled to the following rights and protections:

  • The right to be informed about how your personal information is going to be processed
  • The right to have your personal information either corrected or removed from our database upon request
  • The right to object to the methods of personal data processing that we use or intend to use in the future
  • The right to limit the processing of personal information
  • The right to request a copy of your personal information that’s stored in our database
  • The right to be forgotten
  • The right to move or copy your personal information

If you have an objection or a question about any of your rights and obligations, please feel free to contact us.