1. Rights of the Data Subject
The Data Subjects of this relationship, depending on their residence have different applicable data protection laws and rights to their case.
The most notable of which is the European Economic Area’s GDPR which applies to the residents of which and the providers offering services to said residents.
The rights of the EEA Data Subjects are stated within articles 12 through 23.
Right of access by the data subject, Article 15.
Right to rectification 16.
Right to erasure, often known as right to be forgotten, Article 17.
Right to restriction of processing, Article 18.
Residents of the U.S. state of California are subject to the Californian Consumer Privacy Act or CCPA which by generalization protects and reserves their right to require their personal information not to be shared or sold;
Residents of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are subject to the UK Data Protection Act 2018 or DPA18 which is in most ways equivalent to the EEA’s GDPR.
2. Children as Data Subjects
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act or COPPA is a U.S. Law restricting children under the age of 13, and therefore protecting them for unfair treatment online from the ability to commercially engage or be data subjects of and with online businesses.
Thereby does the provider reject all relationships with children under the age of 13, any existing relationship applicable to the prior are void and will be terminated.
Adolescents, 13 until their age of legal and financial independence are unable to form contracts until legal age, to engage in commercial relations with the Controller will they need parental (legal guardian) permission and be represented by their guardian(s) in regard to the entirety of the legal and commercial relationship.
3. How the Data Subject’s Data is Used
General information is used for the sole purpose of running the purchased service(s), they belong in said service(s) and will not be accessed by the Controller at any time unless required by law.
Personal information is solely utilized for the reservation of accurate legal representation for the relationship.
Law enforcement or activities in legal proceedings may require sharing said information with qualified governmental authorities.