Contact information:Name, address, phone number, and email address.
Demographic information:Age, gender, income, education level, and occupation.
Interests and lifestyle information:Interests, hobbies, and purchasing habits.
Indirectly from consumers:Data that is collected as a by-product of consumer interactions with companies, such as website cookies and purchasing history.
Directly from consumers:Data that is collected when consumers voluntarily provide it, such as when they sign up for a service or fill out a survey.
Public records:Government agencies and public databases.
Commercial data providers:Companies that sell consumer data.
Online and offline surveys:Research firms that collect consumer data through surveys.
To provide customer support:SPYTOX uses consumer data to resolve customer issues.
To improve their service:SPYTOX uses consumer data to improve the overall quality of their service.
Targeted marketing:SPYTOX uses consumer data to send advertisements to consumers based on their interests and demographics.
For Product development:SPYTOX uses consumer data to develop new products and services.
Risk management:SPYTOX uses consumer data to assess and manage risk.
For Fraud prevention:SPYTOX uses consumer data to identify and prevent fraud.
Service providers:Companies that provide services to SPYTOX, such as website hosting and data storage.
Payment processors:Companies that process payments for SPYTOX.
Law enforcement:If required by law or in response to a valid legal request.
The right of access:Consumers have the right to request a copy of the data that a company holds about them.
The right to be informed:Companies must provide clear and concise information about their data processing activities.
The right to rectification:Consumers have the right to have inaccurate data corrected.
The right to erasure:It is also known as the "right to be forgotten," which allows consumers to request that a company delete their data.
The right to restrict processing:This gives consumers the ability to request that a company stop using their data in certain ways.
The right to data portability:This allows consumers to request that their data be transferred to another company.
The right to object:This allows consumers to object to the processing of their data for certain purposes, such as direct marketing.