Privacy Policy

Mybrotha.COM respects your privacy. To help identify our audience, we may gather information from visitors who navigate through our pages. Please remember that whenever you voluntarily disclose personal information in Mybrotha.COM's public areas, like our Message Boards, your information can be collected and used by others.

What This Policy Covers

This Privacy Policy covers how Mybrotha.COM treats information that we collect and/or receive about our visitors via this website, including information related to your past visits to our website.

Mybrotha.COM may work with third-party organizations to help provide various services to our visitors. However, our policies apply within the Mybrotha.COM website only and are not applicable once you leave this site.

Please be aware that links to third-party sites will redirect you to those respective sites where personal information about you may be collected. When accessing those other sites, you are subject to their own privacy practices, which are different from our own privacy policy. Remember to consult that website's own privacy policy, as once you're outside this website, any information you submit is no longer in our control.

This Privacy Policy does not apply to: 1) the practices of businesses or third-parties that Mybrotha.COM does not own or control, or persons that Mybrotha.COM does not employ or manage; or 2) any offline issues, activities or information Mybrotha.COM or any affiliate collects about you or others.

How We Gather Information

The information gathered from Mybrotha.COM's website users and/or customers helps Mybrotha.COM personalize and improve your experience at our website. The following are the types of information that Mybrotha.COM, or third-party companies may gather and how this information is used:

  • Session Cookies -- A "cookie" is a small packet of information stored on your computer that uniquely identifies you when visiting the Mybrotha.COM website. Cookies may be used to keep track of your preferences while you use Mybrotha.COM's services.

    We may also use cookies and/or web beacons to collect data in the ad serving process. For example, text ads may reflect a page topic and may be targeted towards specific site users based on their preferences.

    Specific Third-Party Ads and Their Cookies
    Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on Mybrotha.COM.
    Google's use of Google Ad cookies enables it to serve ads to Mybrotha.COM users based on visits to this site. Users may review and modify cookie options by visiting the Google Advertising and Cookie Privacy & Terms.
  • IP Addresses -- Mybrotha.COM may receive and store IP addresses whenever you interact with our website. Your IP Address is a unique identifier used to connect your computer to the Internet. Your IP address may be stored in various Mybrotha.COM databases including polls/voting, contests, newsletters, and other data-collecting areas where users are allowed to register with a service on Mybrotha.COM.

    Be assured that Mybrotha.COM does not, and will not sell, translate, copy, or otherwise distribute your IP address to other organizations or entities.
  • Ads -- Mybrotha.COM uses several ad networks (like Google) to deliver advertising to our audience. These third-party vendors have platforms and systems that are completely independent of Mybrotha.COM. Some ads on Mybrotha.COM are not directly controlled by Mybrotha.COM. For more information about third-party ads and how you may opt out of them, search the Internet and choose the ad networks you wish to opt out of.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The GDPR (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in European Union (EU) law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the EU. Mybrotha.COM receives thousands of daily visitors from EU nations, so we aim to comply with the regulations of the GDPR. To support the GDPR, Mybrotha.COM is studying its requirements and building processes to implement the regulation.

Our goal is to execute policies that meet the principles of data protection by design and data protection by default. Privacy by design and by default (Article 25) require data protection measures to be included in development of business processes for products and services, which may include:

  • Data protection officer - may appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) a person with expert knowledge of data protection law and practices should assist the controller or processor to monitor internal compliance with this regulation. require regular and systematic monitoring of the data ( managing IT processes, data security (including dealing with cyberattacks) and other critical business continuity issues around the holding and processing of personal and sensitive data.)
  • Pseudonymisation - When data are stored (as an alternative to the other option of complete data anonymization) to transform personal data in such a way that the resulting data cannot be attributed to a specific data subject without the use of additional information.
  • Data breaches - Under the GDPR, the data controller (Mybrotha.COM) is under a legal obligation to notify the supervisory authority without undue delay unless the breach is unlikely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of the individuals. There is a maximum of 72 hours after becoming aware of the data breach to make the report (Article 33). Individuals have to be notified if adverse impact is determined (Article 34). In addition, the data processor will have to notify the controller without undue delay after becoming aware of a personal data breach (Article 33).
  • Data protection by design and by default - Data protection by design and by default (Article 25) requires data protection to be designed into the development of business processes for products and services. Privacy settings must therefore be set at a high level by default, and technical and procedural measures should be taken by the controller to make sure that the processing, throughout the whole processing lifecycle, complies with the regulation.
  • Records of processing activities - Records of processing activities must be maintained that include purposes of the processing, categories involved and envisaged time limits. The records must be made available to the supervisory authority on request (Article 30).
  • Other Requirements - Other areas of concern that may be included in our overall GDPR approach includ Right of access, Right to erasure, and Data portability.

If you do not agree with any Mybrotha.COM posted guidelines or rules, or with any part of this Privacy Policy, you must not use this Website.

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