In the spirit of transparency and to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Privacy and Electronic Communication Regulation 2003 (PECR), this document provides details how Overhype Raffles processes any personal data collected or received when users visit our website www.overhyperaffles.com and should be read in conjuction with our Website Privacy Notice.
1 WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT AND HOW IS IT USED?
Our website www.overhyperaffles.com is owned by Overhype Raffles LTD and is operated and hosted by Go Daddy.
When someone visits our website, we use technology to collect information to help us provide you with a good experience and also to allow us to improve the site and the services that we offer. This means that when you visit this website, cookies or similar technologies can be placed on your computer/device, where you have accepted to do so via the website cookie banner. So that you know more about the technologies used and can make informed decisions about how your data will be collected, we have provided a description of these.
Please note that this website may contain links to other websites. We have no control over how your data is collected, stored or used by other websites and we advise you to check their privacy notices and cookie policies before providing any personal data to them.
2 WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer, smart phone or other devices when you visit websites. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as provide information to the owners of the website.
Cookies allow us to recognise users (where appropriate), tailor the content on our website and help us improve its functionality. Without certain types of cookies enabled, the website may not function as efficiently or to its full capacity, thus negatively affecting the user experience.
The information that we gather includes IP addresses, operating systems, browser types and, depending on the cookie, statistical data about browsing actions and patterns.
4 TYPES OF COOKIES
ESSENTIAL OR “STRICTLY NECESSARY” COOKIES
These are essential to the running and functionality of the website and cannot be disabled, as doing so will affect the performance and function of the site.
PERFORMANCE OR EXPERIENCE COOKIES
These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website. For example, which pages are visited most often, how people navigate around the site and if there are any error messages that appear. They collect only anonymised data or aggregated information that is used to improve the way the site works and the user experience.
FUNCTIONALITY OR SESSION COOKIES
These cookies allow the website to remember the preferences and choices you make, such as your preferred language, region and user name. They gather information on things you customise and select and retain it for your next visit. They are not essential but enhance user experience and efficiency.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Some websites use third party services and software, such as payment portals, maps, online videos or social networking features, such as Twitter, Facebook and similar. Many of these services may set cookies in your browser. This website has no control over third party cookies, but visitors may opt out of these via their browser or by declining via the cookie banner.
These are common in website adverts, video clips and animation. They enable a website to recognise the users browser when it returns and store information such as when a video
These are used to deliver adverts that are deemed relevant to you and your interests, based on your previous web browsing history. They keep track of which adverts have been viewed and control how many times a person is exposed to the same advert, whilst tracking the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, They information is then used for remarketing, by customising the adverts the user sees on other websites.
These are “bits” of data that count the number of users who access a website. They allow organisations to see if a cookie has been activated, if a user has clicked through to that site from a link or advert contained within an email. These are used to identify which emails are of most interest to a customer and track the success of an advertisement or marketing campaign.
5 HOW YOU CAN CONTROL AND DELETE COOKIES
Most cookies help you get the best out of our website, however, you can opt out of such cookies via the cookie banner on the website. Additionally, you can also set up you’re your own browser to delete or refuse some or all of these, or to let you know if a cookie has been sent.
Please remember, if you do delete some or all cookies, the website may not function fully and your experience may be affected.
If you want to learn more about cookies, including how to manage and delete them on your own browser, the following 3rd party websites provide clear information:
We use Google Analytics to gather insights regarding website usage and this data is anonymous to us, do does not identify you personally. However, Google may use this raw data for their own purposes, which we cannot control.
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, please visit: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
6 THIRD PARTY WEBSITES
As mentioned previously, this policy does not cover any websites we link to from this website. For more information about cookies on other websites, please read their respective policies or statements.
If you have any questions regarding this policy or how we process your personal information, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org