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IBPA (Independent Book Publishers Association), Manhattan Beach, CA. An independent publishing house based in Oxford. We' re publishing great books, e-books and apps. BookData Publisher helpdesk at pubhelp.book@nielsen.

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Publishers of the Independent Alliance are: The Faber & Faber distribution and administration teams are available for the publishing houses of the Independent Alliance and since March 2008 also for The Book Service Ltd. For its Independent Alliance of Publishers campaign, Faber & Faber was honoured with the IPG's first Nielsen Innovation of the Year Award.

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As far as the treatment of person-related dates is necessary and no legal foundation for such a treatment exists, we usually obtain the approval of the concerning person. With this privacy policy, our company would like to keep the general publics informed about the type, extent and purposes of the collected, used and processed person-related information.

In addition, this privacy statement informs those affected of their right. As a matter of policy, however, Internet-based transfers of information can have vulnerabilities, so that complete safety is not ensured. Therefore, each person concerned is free to transmit his or her person-related information to us by other means, e.g. by phone.

We want our privacy policy to be readable and comprehensible to the general public, but also to our clients and our businesspartners. We use the following terminology in this privacy statement: Personally-identifying information is any information about an individual or individual ("Data Subject"). For the purposes of this Article, an identified individual is a human being who can be directly or implicitly identifyable, in particular by referring to an identifiers such as a name, an identifying number, place information, an on-line identifiers or to one or more elements relevant to the individual's individual's physical, psychological, hereditary, intellectual, commercial, cultural and/or societal identities.

It covers any individual whose identity is established or who can be positively identifiied and whose identity details are handled by the controllers. Any process or any number of processes that are carried out with or using personally identifying information or personally identifying information, whether it is automatically collected, recorded, organized, structured, stored, adapted or modified, retrieved, consulted, used, made available by means of transfer, distribution or otherwise, aligned or combined, restricted, deleted or destroyed.

Restrictions on the use of your information are the identification of your saved information with the purpose of restricting its use in the past. The term profiles refers to any type of automatic treatment of individual-related information that consists of the use of individual-related information to assess certain facets of a physical individual, in particular to analyze or forecast factors related to his/her workload, financial position, physical condition, physical condition, physical well-being, individual preference, interests, dependability, conduct, location or movement.

Pseudonymization is the treatment of personally identifying information in such a way that the personally identifying information cannot be associated with a particular individual without the use of supplementary information, provided that this supplementary information is kept separate and is subjected to technological and organizational procedures to make sure that the personally identifying information is not associated with a particular or specifiable individual.

Responsibility for treatment shall lie with the individual or corporate entity, administrative or administrative authorities, agencies or other bodies which, alone or in association with others, determine the purpose and means of the treatment of individual persons' rights; where the purpose and means of such treatment are governed by the laws of the Union or the Member States, the processor or the special selection criterion for its appointment may be governed by the laws of the Union or the Member States.

Holder is a physical or juridical entity, governmental or administrative entity or other entity which process personel related information on the instructions of the controllers. Beneficiary is a physical or juridical entity, government entity, agent or any other entity to which the information is transferred, whether or not it is held by a third part. Administrations which may obtain individual-related information as part of a special investigation under the laws of the Union or a Member State shall not, however, be considered beneficiaries; such information shall be processed by those administrations in accordance with the relevant provisions on confidentiality in accordance with the purpose of the use.

A third Party is a physical or juridical entity, governmental or administrative entity, agent or institution other than the Data Subjects, the Holder, the Processor and those authorized to handle his/her own particulars under the immediate supervision of the Holder or the Operator. The consent of the individual is any clear, explicit, specified, informed and unequivocal expression of the individual's wish to consent to the treatment of his/her relevant information by means of a declaration or a clear affirmation.

They are text data that are saved in a computer system via an online web navigator. This is a sequence of characters that can be used to assign web pages and server to the respective web page in which the Cookie was placed. As a result, websites and server visitors visit can distinguish the person's single web page from other web pages that contain other types of co-check.

It is not necessary for the website visitor who uses persistent or unsolicited email to provide the website with login information each visit, as this information is taken from the website and the session is saved on the user's computer system. Affected persons can use our website at any given moment to refuse the use of certain types of cookie by adjusting their web-browsers.

In addition, already placed faxes can be erased at any point in the process via an online web navigator or other computer applications. When the person concerned disables the settings of the cookie in the web browsers used, it is possible that not all features of our website are fully useable. These general information and dates are saved in the servers protocol file.

We may collect (1) the type and version of browsers used, (2) the OS used by the system that accesses it, (3) the website from which an accessible system accesses our website (referrer), (4) the subwebsites, (5) the date and hour of visit to the website, (6) an IP-adress, (7) the ISP of the accessio n system, and (8) other similar information and information that may be used in connection with an attack on our information-technologies.

We will store the anonymized information of the servers logs separate from all person-related information. It is possible for the interested party to sign up on the website of the party responsible for the processing, providing him or her with his or her own particulars. What kind of person-related information is transferred to the controllers is defined by the relevant entry screen for inscription.

Your input of your personally identifiable information is only used internally and for your own use. Supervisors may ask to be transferred to one or more controllers (e.g. a courier service) who also use person-related information for an in-house function attributed to the controllers.

When you register on the controller's website, the IP addresses allocated by the ISP and used by the person concerned and the date of your personal details are also saved. This information is saved against the backdrop that this is the only way to avoid abuse of our website and, if necessary, to enable the investigation of criminal offences.

Therefore, saving this information is necessary to save the SPC. We do not disclose this information to third party unless required to do so by law or for law enforcement purposes. Registering the person concerned by voluntarily providing his or her own person-related information is designed to allow the responsible body to provide the person concerned with content or a service which, due to the type of issue, may only be provided to registratedĀ user.

Registred people are free to modify the person-related information provided during registering at any given moment or to have it removed from the database of the responsible body. Upon enquiry, the Controller shall at all times inform each person concerned of the types of person-related information held on that person.

Furthermore, the person responsible for processing corrects or deletes person-related information upon application or stating the person concerned, provided that there is no legal obligation to retain such inaccuracies. All the staff of the processing officer shall be available to the person concerned as such. This is done using an entry form that defines which individual-related information is transferred and when the newsletters are ordered from the CIO.

You may only receive the company newsletters if (1) you have a current e-mail adress and ( (2) you have signed up to receive the newletters. Due to juridical grounds, a confirmatory e-mail is sent in the form of a check-in process to the e-mail-adress, which has been subscribed by the person concerned for the first case for sending the newletter.

The purpose of this email is to verify whether the holder of the email addresses is entitled to subscribe to the email-newsletters. When registering for the newletter we also save the IP-adress of the computer system allocated by the ISP and used by the person concerned at the point in times of registering as well as the date and hour of the register.

It is necessary to collect this information in order to be able to comprehend the ( (possible) abuse of the e-mail addresses of the persons concerned at a later point in time and thus serve the purpose of protecting the rights of the responsible party. As part of registering for the newletter, your details are used exclusively for sending our newletter.

A passing on of the person-related dates raised by the new type character-service on a third does not take place. You can cancel your registration for our newsletters at any given moment. You can revoke your agreement to the saving of your person-related information which you have given for sending the newsletters at any point in it.

You can also cancel the subscription to the mailing list at any point on the controller's website or otherwise send it to the controllers. In order to optimise the dispatch of the newletter and to adjust the contents of further newletters even better to the interests of the person concerned, the controllers save and evaluate the recorded person-related information in the tracker pixel of the newletters.

We do not pass on this information to thirdds. The persons concerned are at all times authorised to withdraw the relevant special informed consent by means of the so-called so-called end-of-life method. Following a cancellation, this person-related information will be erased by the responsible body. When a person concerned addresses the responsible body by e-mail or via a request for information, the person concerned's person-related information is saved as well.

Personally identifiable information voluntarily provided by a person concerned is saved for the purposes of further treatment or contact with the same. We do not pass on this information to thirdds. When an affected person chooses the options, the controllers sends an automated verification e-mail to verify whether the holder of the specified e-mail addresses has opted for this alternative.

You can unsubscribe at any point. Procurator processes and stores the individual's particulars only for the duration necessary to fulfil the purposes of the processing or to the extent provided for by the relevant law or regulation of the legislature or other legislature to which the individual responsible for the processing issubjected.

In the event that the retention purposes are not valid or if a retention deadline stipulated by the EU legislature or another relevant legislature has expired, the person-related information is locked or deleted as a matter of routine in accordance with the statutory provisions. Every interested party has the right conferred by the legislature to obtain a certificate from the controller stating whether or not he or she is being used.

In the event that a party wishing to exercise this right of verification may at any moment turn to an official of the person responsible for the processing. Every person concerned shall have the right conferred by the legislature to obtain, at any moment and free of charge, information from the Controller concerning his recorded particulars and a copy of that information.

In addition, the Community guidelines and rules shall provide the interested party with the following information: the purpose of the treatment; the relevant category of person-related information; the recipient or category of recipient to whom the person-related information has been or will be communicated, in particular the recipient in third country or internationally organisation; where possible the scheduled time for which the person-related information is held or, if not possible, the conditions used to establish this time limit; the right to require the person responsible for the treatment to correct or delete the person-related information or to restrict the treatment of the person-relatedinvolved; the right of the person responsible for the treatment of the person-related information;

there is the right to complain to a control body; if the person's details are not held by the controller, all available information about their origin; the presence of automatic decisions, involving the compilation of profiles, in accordance with Article 22(1) and (4) of the BIPR and, at least in these cases, relevant information about the associated rationale and the importance and intended impact of such treatment on the person concerned.

In addition, the person concerned has a right to know whether his or her person-related details are being transmitted to a third party or to an overseas organization. If so, the person concerned has the right to be notified of the appropriate guarantees in connection with the transmission.

In the event that a person concerned intends to exercise this right, he may at any moment turn to an official of the person responsible for the processing. Every interested party shall have the right conferred by the legislature to require the Controller to rectify any incorrect information concerning him or her without further ado.

In view of the purpose of the processing, the person concerned has the right to have partial or complete information, also by means of a complementary declaration. In the event that a controller intends to make use of this right of correction, he may at any moment address himself to an official of the controllers.

Every interested party shall have the right conferred by the legislature to request the data processor to delete his or her particulars without any further notice and the controllers shall be obliged to delete such particulars without further notice if any of the following reasons apply, unless the treatment is necessary:

It is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was gathered or otherwise used. Where no other basis for proceeding exists, the person concerned shall withdraw the authorisation on which proceeding under Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR or Article 9(2)(a) of the GDPR is relied upon.

There is no compelling justifiable reason for the treatment or the person concerned opposes the treatment referred to in Art. 21(2) GDPR. Your person-related information has been illegally used. It is necessary to erase your person-related information in order to fulfil a statutory requirement under the laws of the Union or of the Member State to which the person responsible for that information is governed.

They have been gathered in connection with the provision of Information Company related information security and privacy protection in accordance with Article 8(1) of the BIPR. In the event that the data controller has published his/her own particulars and is under an obligation under Article 17(1) to delete the particulars, the data controller shall take appropriate action, taking into consideration the available technologies and the costs of implementing them, inter alia by means of technological means, to notify other persons responsible for their request that the person concerned has asked for such particulars to be deleted by the persons responsible for the treatment, where such action is not necessary.

Every interested party shall have the right conferred by the legislature to obtain a limitation on the treatment from the Controller if one of the following conditions applies: In the event that the person concerned disputes the correctness of the information for a certain time, the person responsible for the handling of the information will be able to check the correctness of the information.

It is illegal to process the information and the person concerned objects to the deletion of his/her person-related information and instead demands that its use be restricted. Persons responsible for the handling of information no longer need the information for the purpose of treatment, but are needed by the person concerned to establish, pursue or defend them.

An objection to treatment under Article 21(1) GDPR has been raised by the individual concerned until it has been verified whether the justified reasons of the controllers exceed those of the same. Every interested party has the right conferred by the Community legislature to obtain his or her own particulars which have been communicated to a data processor in a structure, generally used and machine-readable form.

It shall have the right to transfer such information freely from the data processor to whom the particulars have been transferred to another processor, provided that the processor is authorised in accordance with Article 6(1)(a) of the BIPR or Article 9(2)(a) of the BIPR,

of the BIPR, and data shall be processed automatically, except where it is necessary for the fulfilment of a function which is in the general interest or in the course of the powers conferred on the data processor.

Furthermore, in the exercise of their right to transferability under Art. 20(1) GDPR, the person concerned shall have the right to have his or her own particulars transferred directly from one processor to another, provided that this is technologically possible and does not prejudice the interests and liberties of others.

Every person concerned shall have the right conferred by the legislature to oppose at any moment the treatment of his or her own particular circumstances of his or her own on the basis of Article 6(1)(e) or (f) of the BIPR. The same shall apply to the creation of profiles on the basis of these regulations.

Furthermore, notwithstanding Directive 2002/58/EC, the person concerned may exercise his right of opposition by automatic means using technological specs in the framework of the use of information company information company to the full. Any person concerned shall have the right not to be bound by a ruling of the legislature which is exclusively the result of automatic treatment, involving the creation of profiles, which has either legislative implications for him or her or significantly affects him or her in a similar manner, as long as the ruling (1) is not necessary for the conclusion of the accounts,

is not admissible under the laws of the Union or the Member State to which the controller is answerable and also establishes appropriate safeguards to protect the individual's liberties and interests or (3) is not founded on the individual's express agreement.

Every person concerned has the right conferred by the legislature to revoke his/her agreement to the treatment of his/her person-related information at any moment. A GDPR is used as the statutory foundation for processes for which we obtain our approval for a particular use.

In the event that the treatment of person-related information is necessary for the fulfilment of a contractual relationship in which the person concerned is a party, such as where it is necessary for the delivery of goods or for the provision of other services, the treatment shall be governed by Article 6(1)(b) GDPR.

This is also valid for such processes which are necessary for the execution of pre-contractual actions, e.g. for enquiries about our goods or our work. If our enterprise is subjected to a statutory duty by which the treatment of person-related dates is necessary, e.g. for the fulfilment of fiscal duties, the treatment takes place after kind.

Rarely, the treatment of individual-related information may be necessary to safeguard the essential interests of the individual or another individual. For example, if a user is hurt in our business and their name, ages, medical history or other important information must be disclosed to a physician, clinic or other third parties.

In this case, it would be possible to process on the base of Art. Lastly, the processings could be made on the base of Article 6(1)(f) of GDPR. It is used for processes that do not fall under any of the above mentioned reasons when the process is necessary for the purpose of the justified interests of our undertaking or a third person, unless such interests are cancelled by the interests or basic human liberties and interests of the person concerned, which necessitate the safeguarding of his or her private information.

These finishes are particularly permitted, as they have been expressly stated by the EU legislature. It considers that a justified interest can be accepted if the party concerned is a customer of the party responsible for the handling of the goods (recital 47, 2nd sentence GDPR). Insofar as the treatment of person-related dates is on Ā§ 6 Abs. 1 letter f GDPR bases, we have a justified interest to operate our transaction for the well-being of all coworkers and stockholders.

Decisive for the duration of the saving of person-related dates is the legal time limit for storing the same. At the end of this deadline, the corresponding information will be erased as a matter of routine, provided that it is no longer necessary for the fulfilment of the agreement or the preparation of a new one. Please note that some of the information on your person-related details is prescribed by statute (e.g. fiscal regulations) or may also arise from the terms of the agreement (e.g. information on the contracting party).

It may sometimes be necessary to enter into an agreement whereby the person concerned provides us with personally identifiable information that we then need to process. For example, the person concerned is obligated to make his or her person-related information available to us if our enterprise concludes a contractual agreement with him or her. Failure to supply your personally identifiable information would mean that the agreement could not be with you.

The person concerned must get in touch with an associate before providing his/her person-related information. Employees clarify to the affected party whether the supply of person-related information is prescribed by statute or agreement or required for concluding the agreement, whether there is an obligation to supply the person-related information and what results the nonprovision of the person-related it has.

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