As a normal part of our activity, we collect information about our users and visitors to our website. These Privacy Policies (the “privacy policies”) describe the information that Botswana Weekly collects about its users and visitors and what can be done with said information. This policy is very detailed because it is important that all users and visitors of our website know the practices of Free Market as accurately as possible. By registering and / or browsing the Botswana Weekly website, the user and / or visitor consents to the use of their personal information according to the policies described below.
The privacy of the information of the users is very important for Botswana Weekly. It is for this reason that precautions and precautions are taken to safeguard your information, using the most complete and effective computer security mechanisms for protecting information.
The users are recognized and may exercise the rights to access, cancel and update their Personal Information, including their e-mail address, as well as to oppose the processing thereof and to be informed of the assignments carried out, all in accordance with to the provisions of the applicable regulations.
The users guarantee and respond, in any case, of the veracity, accuracy, validity and authenticity of the Personal Information provided, and undertake to keep it duly updated.
Once registered in Botswana Weekly, the user can review and change the information that has been sent to us during the registration process, including:
In certain cases, we will keep in our files Personal Information that you have asked us to remove, and this in order to resolve disputes or claims, detect problems or incidents and solve them, and comply with the provisions of the General Terms and Conditions for a period of time determined by law. In any case, a user’s Personal Information will not be immediately removed from our files for legal and technical reasons, including security support systems. Therefore, it should not be expected that all Personal Information will be definitively deleted from our databases.
Users must update their Personal Information periodically as they change so that other users can locate them when they perform an operation. To make any changes to the information provided at the time of registration, you must enter in the section My account > Settings> Personal data .
Botswana Weekly may modify at any time the terms and conditions of these Privacy and Confidentiality Policies and / or the practices of sending e-mails. If we decide to make any material changes to our Privacy Policies, we will notify you by posting an updated version of the Policies in this section or by sending an e-mail or informing you on the home page or other sections of the site to keep updated on the changes made.
For more information about the confidentiality of your Personal Information, contact us by email or post.
By ordinary mail to: Plot 17650 Masokaphala Road Gaborone-West, Phase 1, Gaborone, Botswana. P O Box 897 ADD, Gaborone, Botswana.
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Once registered on its website, Botswana Weekly will not sell, rent or share Personal Information except in the forms established in these policies. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the user expressly consents that Botswana Weekly transfer all or part of the Personal Information to any of the controlled, controlling and / or related companies with Botswana Weekly, under any title and at the time, manner and conditions it deems pertinent. We will do everything in our power to protect the privacy of the information. It may happen that by virtue of judicial orders, or legal regulations, we are compelled to disclose information to authorities or third parties under certain circumstances, or in cases that third parties may intercept or access certain information or data transmissions in which Botswana Weekly case will not respond for the information that is revealed.
It is established that the installation, permanence and existence of Cookies in the user’s computer depends on their exclusive will and can be eliminated from their computer when the user so wishes. To know how to remove Cookies from the system it is necessary to check the Help section of the browser.
Additionally, Cookies or other similar systems installed by third parties can be found on certain pages of our website. For example, when navigating a page created by a user, there may be a Cookie located on that page.
Finally, Botswana Weekly stores cookies in order to offer a more interactive experience on the site, based on the user’s actions. The user can, at any time, delete stored cookies, configure the browser to request approval before storing cookies or directly prevent cookies from being stored.
This procedure is done differently in different browsers and it is necessary to do it in each browser that is used. Below we offer the different procedures to manage this configuration in the most used browsers:
– Microsoft Windows Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/es-ar/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
– Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en&p=cpn_cookies
A Web beacon is an electronic image, also called single-pixel (1 x 1) or transparent pixel, which is placed in code of a Web page. A Web beacon has purposes similar to Cookies. Additionally, a Web beacon is used to measure traffic patterns of users from one page to another in order to maximize how traffic flows through the Web. The user and the visitor of the Botswana Weekly website knows and accepts that Botswana Weekly will be able to use a tracking system through the use of Web beacons.
Botswana Weekly and its users do not accept behaviors considered “spamming”, either in opinions, questions, answers and / or the unsolicited sending of emails. The indiscriminate sending of messages of any nature among Botswana Weekly users is absolutely prohibited.
Botswana Weekly may suspend or permanently disable those users who violate this policy.
Botswana Weekly is obliged to comply with all applicable regulations regarding security measures applicable to Personal Information. Additionally, Botswana Weekly uses industry standards to protect the confidentiality of your Personal Information, including, in other measures, firewalls and Secure Socket Layers (“SSL”). Botswana Weekly considers the data of its users as an asset that must be protected from any loss or unauthorized access. We use various security techniques to protect such data from unauthorized access by users inside or outside our company. However, it is necessary to bear in mind that perfect security does not exist on the Internet.