8. Personal Data Rights and Choices (Including Direct Marketing Opt-Out)
All Users can:
- Review and update certain User information by logging in to the relevant portions of the Platform.
- Deactivate their accounts by contacting us at support at help.weeek.net, subject to any contractual provisions between WEEEK and the Customer responsible for the account. Except when the Customer has requested closure of all its User accounts, information in a deactivated User account may be available to the Customer for some time.
- Deactivate data collection by our browser extension by uninstalling it.
Controls related to cookies and other automated data collection are described in the “Cookies and Automated Data Collection” section above. Anybody can unsubscribe from marketing emails by clicking the unsubscribe link they contain.
Residents of the European Economic Area, the UK and many other jurisdictions have certain legal rights to do the following with Personal Data we control:
- Obtain confirmation of whether we hold Personal Data about them, and to receive information about its Processing;
- Obtain a copy of the Personal Data, and in some cases, receive it in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, or have it transmitted to a third party in such form;
- Update, correct or delete the information;
- Object to the Processing of the information;
- Withdraw consent previously provided for the Processing of the information;
For example, those individuals have a right to opt out of Week processing of their Personal Data for direct marketing purposes.
Residents of the European Economic Area, the UK and Switzerland also have certain rights under the Privacy Shield, as described in the “International Data Transfers” section below.
To exercise any rights relating to Service Data, Users should contact the relevant administrator for the Workspace associated with the Service Data, not Weeek. Many of the rights described above are subject to significant limitations and exceptions under applicable law. For example, objections to the Processing of Personal Data, and withdrawals of consent, typically will not have retroactive effect.
Every individual also has a right to lodge a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority.