By using Chicago Union News and its website, you consent to the data practices outlined in this policy.
Data Collection and Usage
Chicago Union News may collect, process, and store user data for the following purposes:
Traffic Data: We use Google Analytics to collect general information about website visitors, including the pages accessed, time spent on each page, referral source, and other anonymous traffic data. This information helps us improve our website and understand user behavior to deliver a better user experience.
User Preferences: Chicago Union News may request certain personal details, such as name, email address, or location, for user subscriptions, newsletters, comments, or other interactive features. Any gathered personal information will be used solely for the intended purposes and shall not be shared with any third party.
Data Analytics: We may use aggregated statistical data to analyze trends, monitor performance, and improve our services. These analytics do not include any personally identifiable information.
Data Storage and Protection
Chicago Union News is committed to protecting the security of user data. We implement technical and organizational security measures to safeguard against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction of information.
User data is stored on secure servers with restricted access. However, it is important to understand that no method of transmission over the internet or electronic storage is 100% secure. While we strive to protect user data, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.
Users’ Rights to their Data
Chicago Union News respects users’ rights regarding their personal data. If applicable data protection regulations permit, users have the following rights:
Access: Users can request confirmation of whether Chicago Union News processes their data and, if so, obtain a copy of the personal information we hold. Proof of identity may be required in response to such requests.
Correction: Users have the right to update, correct, or rectify any inaccuracies in their personal information held by Chicago Union News.
Deletion: Users can request the erasure of their personal data held by Chicago Union News, subject to any legal obligations or overriding legitimate interests.
Objection: If Chicago Union News is processing personal data based on either legitimate interests or for direct marketing purposes, users may object to such use.
Users can exercise their rights or make inquiries regarding their data by contacting our Privacy Officer using the information provided at the end of this policy.
Data Sharing with Third Parties
Chicago Union News does not sell, trade, or transfer personal data to external parties, unless required by applicable law enforcement or legal proceedings. However, some third-party service providers may have access to user information for conducting and improving our services.
Third-party service providers utilized by Chicago Union News adhere to strict privacy standards and are contractually bound to keep user data confidential, prohibiting them from using it for any other purpose. However, we are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these external services.
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