Protection of Data Policy


It is crucial that you review this iGaming.com Ltd. data protection policy (“Company”, “we”, “us”), as it details your rights in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) of the European Union.

To exercise any of the rights granted to you under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), kindly submit a written request to info@online-gambling.com via email.

Right to Receive Fundamental Details Regarding Us
Data subjects are entitled to inquire about and acquire fundamental information regarding the organization, its subsidiaries, and the manner in which personal data is handled by the organization. Without limitation, the right to receive fundamental information comprises the following: knowledge of the data controller’s identity, explanations and justifications for the processing of personal data, and any additional information required to guarantee the processing of personal data in a fair and transparent manner.

The entitlement to access one’s personal data

Data subjects are entitled to conformation that the Company processes specific personal data pertaining to them, as well as a copy of that information and further clarification regarding the manner and purpose for which the Company employs the data subject’s information. After the Company has positively assessed the validity and suitability of an access request, we shall furnish you with the following within the legally mandated timeframe: confirmation of processing, a copy of the personal data or a description of the personal data and categories of data processed, an explanation of the purpose for which the data is being held and processed, and information regarding the origin of the personal data if not disclosed by the data subject.

Obligation of Rectification
The data subject is entitled to request that any inaccurate personal information pertaining to them be rectified by us. The data subject has the right to have deficient personal data completed, including through the provision of a supplementary statement, in consideration of the processing purposes. Furthermore, should the Company have disseminated inaccurate information regarding a data subject to a third party, the data subject may also require the Company to rectify the error by notifying the aforementioned third parties.

The Right to Forgetfulness

In certain circumstances, data subjects may request that the organization delete their personal information. The Company is obligated to comply with a request to delete personal data under the following circumstances:

the personal data is no longer required for the purposes for which it was collected or otherwise processed; the data subject withdraws consent that is the basis for the processing and for which the Company has no other legal justification for processing; the data subject exercises their right to object to the Company’s processing of their personal data and the Company has no compelling reason to continue processing the data; the personal data have been processed unlawfully; or the data subject exercises their right to object to the Company’s processing of their personal data.
Furthermore, in the event that the Company has disclosed personal information to a third party, the data subject may also require the Company to notify said third parties of the need to expunge the information. While not absolute, the ability to be forgotten does exist.Notwithstanding the aforementioned classifications of data subjects, the Company retains the prerogative to decline the data subject’s request and persist in data processing solely on the grounds that such processing is imperative:


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