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Welcome to Gamblenexus Website’s Privacy Policy, where we take your privacy seriously. This policy ensures that any information we gather from you is handled with care. Take a moment to understand how your data is collected and used when you explore our Website.

1. Scope

Welcome to Gamblenexus Website’s Privacy Policy, where we take your privacy seriously. This policy ensures that any information we gather from you is handled with care. Take a moment to understand how your data is collected and used when you explore our Website.

We want you to feel comfortable while enjoying the exciting world of slots. That’s why we assure you that your information, including personal details, is safe with us. We’ll explain what data we collect, why we collect it, and how it’s safeguarded. At Gamblenexus, we only gather relevant information to enhance your experience. This includes general details like your preferences and interests. We do not ask for unnecessary personal data or contacts.

Rest assured, your data won’t be shared without your consent, unless required by law. We value your trust and take privacy seriously. You have control over your information, and we abide by your preferences. Feel secure knowing that we’ve put in place measures to protect your data from unauthorized access. We employ top-notch security protocols to ensure a safe environment for all our users. Remember to check out our Terms of Use for more details on how you can make the most out of your visit here.

Explore the thrilling world of slots at Gamblenexus, where your privacy is a top priority. Let the excitement begin!

2. Information Collected

Your privacy matters at Gamblenexus, and we want you to understand how we handle information collected from you. When you visit our Website, we only ask for necessary details, and you’re not obligated to provide any personal information.

If you decide to log in or contact us directly, we may request specific details like your full name and email address. Additionally, when you get in touch with us, whether through calls, feedback, comments, or questions about the Website, we may collect relevant information to improve your experience. To enhance your visit, we may also gather certain data automatically. This includes your device type, settings, software, browser type, and operating system. We may use your Internet Protocol (IP) address to determine a general idea of your geographic location.

Furthermore, we track the websites or services you visited before and after coming to our Website, as well as the web pages, advertisements, and links you interact with while here. We may identify your physical location through unique identifiers and connection information, following applicable laws. For a better user experience, we utilize technologies like cookies, web beacons, and others, alongside standard server log information, to collect relevant data.

It’s important to note that this Privacy Policy doesn’t apply to actions taken by third parties who disclose information to Gamblenexus.

Rest assured, the information we collect about you may be combined, but this is solely to enhance our communication with you, provide relevant online advertising based on your interests, and develop valuable content on our Website. As always, we’ll obtain your consent whenever necessary.

At Gamblenexus, we value your privacy, and we’re committed to providing a safe and enjoyable experience. Let the fun continue!

3. Use of Information

At Gamblenexus, we want you to be informed about how we use your personal information. Our goal is to provide you with relevant news, bonus programs, and other exciting content that we think will interest you. If, at any point, we decide to use your personal information for direct marketing purposes, we will give you the option to opt out and stop receiving marketing materials.

We may share the information you provide with our associates and affiliates, always ensuring that we handle any sensitive information with the utmost care. The information we collect about you serves various purposes. Firstly, we use it to fulfill your requests for information, including sending you electronic newsletters you’ve subscribed to. Secondly, we analyze how our Website is used and gather insights about our visitors to improve our content and services continually.

Additionally, we may produce anonymous or aggregated data and statistics from the information we collect. These insights may help third parties develop their own products and services. Rest assured, we tailor the content you see on our Website to make your experience more personalized and enjoyable. Moreover, we take measures to prevent any potentially prohibited or illegal activities as outlined in our Terms of Use. This includes protecting against the misuse of software to interfere with advertisements on our Website.

Any other purposes for which we use your information will be fully disclosed to you at the time we collect the data or with your consent. At Gamblenexus, our priority is to provide you with a valuable and satisfying experience. Discover the best of our offerings and enjoy your time with us!

4. Data Subject Rights

Data subjects with a residentship in New Zealand have the following rights under the Act:

The right to access information – the right to both:
confirmation as to whether (or not) an agency holds information about that person; and
access to such personal information, where such personal information may be readily retrieved.

The right to correction of information – the right to request correction of information. The agency must, on request or of its own initiative, take steps that are reasonable in the circumstances to ensure (having regard to the purposes for which the information may lawfully be used), the information is accurate, up to date, and not misleading.

Object to direct marketing – while there is not a specific right to object to direct marketing under the 2020 Act, it is worth noting that the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 (‘UEMA’) prohibits the sending of unsolicited electronic messages (such as SMS or e-mail) for direct marketing purposes. Additionally, under the Telecoms Code, telecommunication information may only be used for direct marketing if the individual has been advised that such authorisation may be withdrawn at any time (Rule 10 of the Telecoms Code).

Rights not included in the 2020 Act
There is no express right to object to processing in New Zealand. If the information had yet to be provided by the individual, then she/he may refuse to provide the relevant information (provided it is being collected directly), or otherwise complain of an interference to privacy to either the OPC or the agency itself.
Note that there is no broad right to data portability in New Zealand. For completeness, there is ‘number portability’ whereby local and mobile numbers may be transferred, which is regulated under different legislation outside the scope of this Guidance Note (the Telecommunications Act 2001).

Similarly, there is not a ‘right to be forgotten’ or ‘right to erasure’ in New Zealand. It is arguable that an individual may request their information to be corrected (as described above), and such a correction may constitute deletion of information, but this is not typically what is thought of when referring to a right to be forgotten. However, of note in this area is the Harmful Digital Communications Act 2015, which aims to deter, prevent, and mitigate harm to individuals caused by digital communications (often known as ‘cyber-bullying’), and provide victims with efficient means of redress. This can involve a court takedown order, requiring harmful digital communications to be removed.

Data subjects with a residentship in Canada have the following rights under the Privacy Act:

The right to access information – the right to both:
confirmation as to whether (or not) an agency holds information about that person; and
access to such personal information, where such personal information may be readily retrieved.

The right to correction of information – the right to request correction of information. The agency must, on request or of its own initiative, take steps that are reasonable in the circumstances to ensure (having regard to the purposes for which the information may lawfully be used), the information is accurate, up to date, and not misleading.

In addition to the access and correction rights you may be entitled to exercise the right to:

  • object to the processing of your personal data (for instance, where we base the processing on our legitimate interests and we will stop processing your data. Except for processing related to direct marketing, we may resume processing if we can show legitimate grounds that override your rights.
  • request the restriction of processing of your personal data (for instance, if the data is not accurate and needs to be updated). This can also be done for data where the purposes of processing no longer apply, but you still need the data and do not want us to erase it.
  • request erasure of your personal data (for instance, if it’s no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected, if you have withdrawn consent or there is no other legal basis for processing, or if you have objected to the processing and our legitimate interests do not override your rights). Certain data may not be erased if we have a requirement to retain it for legal purposes.
  • request portability of your own personal data (the transfer of information you have provided to us, to another controller, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format), if such a request is technically possible to complete.

To exercise these rights, please contact Us and we will respond to your request within 30 days, subject to any legal exceptions, and otherwise in accordance with the law.

You also have the right to file a complaint with the data protection authority in your country.

5. Disclosure of Information

Maintaining your trust is of utmost importance to us at Gamblenexus, and we want to be transparent about when and with whom we may share the information we collect from you. The following outlines the circumstances in which we may share your information:

  • With your consent: We may share your contact information with third-party marketing partners. It’s important to note that when you disclose personal information on our Website and allow it to be shared with third parties, they may contact you through different means. Occasionally, we may offer you the option to receive further communications from our advertising partners. If you choose to opt in and provide explicit consent to receive communications from a specific third-party advertiser, your personal information will be managed according to their own privacy policy.
  • Transfers: In the event of a transaction involving the corporate rights of Gamblenexus, such as a sale of the Website, merger, consolidation, asset sale, or bankruptcy, we may share your information.
  • Legal requirements: We may disclose information about our users, including contact information, to respond to subpoenas, court orders, legal processes, law enforcement requests, and other legal obligations. There are instances where the law may require us to disclose information or where disclosure is necessary for law enforcement purposes.
  • Protecting our Website and users: We may disclose information to protect and defend the legal rights, interests, and safety of our Website, visitors, and the general public. This includes safeguarding the security and well-being of our users. Further details can be found in our Terms of Use.
  • Aggregated or anonymized information: We may share aggregated or anonymized information with third parties to develop content that we hope will be interesting to you. Additionally, this information may assist these third parties in enhancing their own service offerings.

At Gamblenexus, we value your privacy and strive to ensure that your information is handled responsibly. Our commitment to transparency ensures that you have a clear understanding of how and when your information may be shared.

6. Your Choices

At Gamblenexus, we respect your choices when it comes to your privacy and personal information. You can freely browse and explore the Website without directly providing any details about yourself. However, please note that certain information may be collected automatically, as mentioned earlier.

If we ever request personal information from you, and you prefer not to share it, you have the right to decline. Additionally, you can opt out of receiving commercial emails or text messages from specific websites or services by following the instructions in the messages or reaching out to us directly.

You also have the option to decide whether cookies and similar technologies are placed on your computer or mobile device. Furthermore, you can choose to opt out of the use of data collected about your visits to our business partners’ websites, which might be used to deliver personalized advertisements.

At the end of the day, you have control over your information, and we want to ensure that you feel comfortable and empowered while using our Website. Your choices matter, and we’re here to respect and support them. Enjoy your journey with Gamblenexus!

7. Protection of Information

Safeguarding your information is our top priority. We take significant measures to protect it using advanced technical, administrative, and physical procedures. Our aim is to prevent loss, misuse, unauthorized access, and alterations to your data.

However, it’s essential to be aware that no data transmission or storage can ever be guaranteed as completely secure. While we have taken all commercially reasonable precautions, absolute security cannot be ensured.

We want you to feel at ease while using our Website, and we remain committed to providing a safe environment for your information. Your confidence in us is valuable, and we are dedicated to upholding your trust. Rest assured, we continue to work diligently to protect your data to the best of our ability. Enjoy your experience with peace of mind on our secure platform.

8. Transfer of Data Internationally

Please be aware that the information you provide to us or that we gather through your use of the Website may be collected in your country. It’s important to note that the privacy and data protection laws in the country where your information is transferred might not be equivalent to the laws in your country of residence.

When your personal information is transferred to another country, it becomes subject to the laws of that particular country. This means that it may be accessible to courts, law enforcement, and national security authorities of that country without prior notice to you.

By using and visiting our Website or providing us with your information, you give your consent to the collection, transfer, storage, and processing of your information internationally.

At all times, we strive to uphold the highest standards in protecting your information, regardless of its location. Your trust is important to us, and we work diligently to ensure the security and privacy of your data. Should you have any concerns or questions about this, feel free to reach out to us. We value your privacy and are committed to your satisfaction. Enjoy the benefits of our Website with peace of mind.

9. Legal Basis

The key legislation in New Zealand in relation to data protection that we use is Privacy Act 2020 (‘the 2020 Act’). The 2020 Act empowers the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (‘OPC’) to issue codes of practice, which comprise part of the privacy law in New Zealand. The intention of these codes is to modify the operation of the act for specific types of information, or for certain industries. Separate to the 2020 Act, privacy principles can be found within New Zealand’s common law. The New Zealand courts have developed a tort of privacy (i.e. the right of one person to sue another for breach of privacy). The tort of privacy relates to the public disclosure of private facts, where such disclosure would be considered to be highly offensive to a reasonable person of ordinary sensibilities, balanced against the wider public interest (Bradley v. Wingnut Films Ltd [1993] 1 NZLR 415).

Also, according to Canadian legislation and specifically under both the Privacy Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. P-21) and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) (S.C. 2000, c. 5, Assented to 2000-04-13), We collect personal information as defined by section 3 of the Privacy Act.

10. Information for members in the EEA, UK and Switzerland

If you are a member in the EEA, UK and Switzerland, you can find detailed information about your rights by following this link.

11. Changes to This Privacy Policy

Gamblenexus may update Privacy Policy to reflect changes in legal basis and Content offerings. If Gamblenexus modifies Privacy Policy, we will update the “Last Modified Date” and such changes will be effective upon the next posting of such Privacy Policy. If we make any changes in the way Gamblenexus use your information, we will notify you in advance by email through the email address you most recently provided to us or by prominently posting a prominent notice of the changes on the Website.

12. Questions

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We’re here to help and will respond to your inquiries within a reasonable timeframe. Feel free to reach out using the information provided on our “Contacts” page.

We value your feedback and want to ensure you have a positive experience with us. Whether you have inquiries, suggestions, or simply need clarification, we’re more than happy to assist you. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we look forward to hearing from you. Don’t hesitate to reach out, and we’ll be here to provide the support you need. Enjoy your time on our Website, and feel confident in your interactions with us.