Last reviewed: 3 August 2021
Last updated: 3 August 2021
The Shrine Group ("Kami Compliance", "Kami", "we", "our") is a controller of personal data ("Data"). At Kami, we take your privacy very seriously, and ensure that all applicable data privacy regulations are observed. In this section, you can learn about how Kami processes your personal information when you use consultkami.com ("Site"), the Kami Clearway℠ Portal ("Portal"), or Kami’s services ("Services").
Categories of Personal Data
The categories of Data that Kami may process include:
This Data is collected when you are registered for access to the Portal, or sign-up to our newsletter or events, as well as from publicly available sources, and through direct correspondence between Kami and yourself (including the Site's messaging functions).
Kami processes your personal information in order to be able to provide to you in completion Kami’s Services in accordance with your wishes, to communicate with you, to screen for potential risk or fraud, to consider applications for employment, and, when in line with the preferences that you have indicated, to provide you with advertisement or promotional material.
The period of Data retention depends on your customer status. Unless otherwise specified, non-customers’ personal information, including event registration and employment application material, is retained for up to 12 months after the most recent correspondence; customers’ personal information is retained for up to 24 months after Kami ceases providing Services to the client, including use of the Portal, or after the most recent correspondence. After these periods, the Data is either erased or anonymised.
You may unsubscribe from our newsletter by following the link in the email or by contacting us directly.
We retain your Data in this way in order to be able to provide to you future Services or employment consideration more efficiently and accurately. If you wish for us to erase your Data before the 12-/24-month period concludes, you may at any time send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third Parties and Countries
Kami may share your personal information with affiliated companies with which Kami has partnered in order to provide to you a greater set of Services, and with trusted third-party service providers as necessary for them to perform services on our behalf, such as:
Kami does not transfer your Data outside of the EU, except when required for use of above-listed third-party services. In this scenario, all applicable cybersecurity and data privacy legislation requirements are met, such as ensuring that adequate data protection mechanisms are in place within the third country.
For a full list of Kami’s third parties, please send your request to email@example.com.
Kami takes all necessary precautions to maximise the security of your Data, including the use of secure servers, trusted cloud services, and compliant destruction methods.
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You can learn more about cookies here.
Your consent is needed in order for Kami to collect cookies. Only cookies that are required for the overall function of the Site cannot be disabled. For information on how to manage your browser’s cookie settings, follow these links:
Under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR), you have the right to transparency in how your personal data is processed. This means that you can at any time:
If you would like to request any of the above, please contact Kami at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are entitled to contact Integritetsskyddsmyndigheten to file a complaint if you are dissatisfied with how Kami processes your personal information.
Kami may periodically update this Policy in order to accurately reflect changes to operations, or for regulatory reasons. When this happens, Kami will inform you by reasonable correspondence - for example, by email, and on our Site - and with a reasonable notice period, as determined by the scale and nature of the changes. A new version of this Policy applies from the time stated in the new version and becomes applicable to you when, after such a time, you approve the new Policy by continuing use of our Site, Portal or Services.
If you have questions about how Kami processes your personal data, or the contents of this Policy, you can at any time email email@example.com.