All personal data we collect on the users of our website is handled in a lawful, fair, and transparent manner. We follow internationally recognized principles on this, such as the principles of purpose limitation, storage limitation, data minimization, data quality, and confidentiality.
1. Data Controller
We are a data controller of all personal data that is collected and processed through our website.
2. Personal data processed
When you visit our website, we collect and process some personal data related to you, both when you decide to actively provide it to us (such as when you sign up to subscribe to our newsletter), and by analyzing your behavior on the website.
a. Name, contact details, and other Personal Data
In various sections of our website (such as when you sign up for a consultation), we require you to send us some of your personal data, such as your name, phone/mobile number, e-mail address, and other identifying information.
When you participate in our promotions and forums, as well as when you communicate with us using our provided contact details on the website, we may also collect additional personal data of yours, if you choose to provide it to us.
b. Special categories of personal data
Our website includes free text fields so you can send us messages, as well as sections where you can post various types of content. You might include (whether on purpose or not) some of your own personal data within those messages or posts, including special categories of personal data.
We ask you to not disclose any personal data in the messages that you send to us or in any posts you make (particularly special categories of personal data) unless you feel that this is strictly necessary. If you decide to do so, we will collect and process those personal data only where we believe we are legally allowed to do so, in order to address your message or post.
c. Personal data of other persons
Just as we explained above, the free text fields on our website can be used to send us messages or post various types of content. You might also include (whether on purpose or not) personal data related to other persons within those messages and posts.
If you disclose the personal data of other people to us through our website, you will be considered as an independent data controller regarding those personal data. This means you will be held fully responsible for ensuring that you are allowed to disclose those personal data to us (for example, because the other people have agreed to this, or because you are legally required to do so). If you are not allowed to disclose those personal data to us, then you may be required to compensate us in full for any damages or costs we suffer because of this – for instance, as a result of complaints brought against us, or lawsuits filed against us.
d. Browsing data
Our website uses computer systems and software procedures that collect browsing data about users of the website, which includes your IP address, location, and more. We don’t collect this information to link it to specific users (though it is possible to identify specific users, using browsing data alone or by matching browsing data with other information we have). These browsing data are used to compile statistical information on the use of our website, make sure it works properly, and make sure that our website is not abused.
– What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent and registered on your computer by the websites that you visit. These files are then re-sent by your computer to the same sites, when you visit them again.
Cookies allow websites to “remember” your actions and preferences (such as login data, language, font size, browsing activities, and more). The information collected by cookies can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including to ensure that you don’t need to reconfigure settings when you visit a website again (or when you change pages within the same site), to keep you logged in to your account, to gather information about how you use a website, and to display advertisements on a website which may interest you.
There are different types of cookies that you may receive when browsing a website, which can be classified based on their purpose. These include technical cookies, browsing/session cookies, and function cookies (all of which usually don’t require your consent,) analytics cookies, and profiling cookies (which usually require your consent).
Cookies can also be divided into first-party cookies and third-party cookies, depending on whether they are sent to your computer and managed by the owner of the website, or by someone else.
– What cookies do we use?
Our website uses the following types of cookies:
Browsing or Session Cookies
Google (Google Analytics, DoubleClick)
Our website uses Google Analytics. Analytics is a tool developed by Google that collects information allowing for your use of the site to be evaluated, analyzed and is meant to improve your browsing experience. You can read more about how to opt-out of Google Analytics here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
– How can I change my cookie settings?
You can block or delete the cookies used on our website via your browser options. Your cookie preferences will be reset if use changes the browser you use to access our website. For more information on how to set the preferences for cookies via your browser, please refer to the following instructions:
ATTENTION! If you block or delete the technical and/or function cookies used on our website, it may not be possible to browse our website, and/or some of the functions of our website may not be available. In this case, you may need to manually enter your information and preferences each time you visit our website.
3. Purposes of the process
Why does Unlayered Health and Wellness process my personal data?
We use your personal data that we collect through the website for the following reasons:
We need your personal data to verify your identity, so that you can access different restricted areas of our site (such as the Customer Portals), and so that we can help you in case you lose or forget your login/password details. When you request a consultation from us or send us a message, we will use the personal data you provide in order to address your request and respond to you. In general, whenever you ask us to provide any services to you through the website, we will use the personal data you share with us to address your requests.
We use your personal data in this manner because we need to in order to properly provide you with the website’s functionalities or to address a request you make to us. In these cases, you don’t need to provide us with our personal data, but if you decide not to, we won’t be able to provide you with our services.
Prevention of Misuse/Fraud
4. Recipients of personal data
Your Personal Data may be shared with the following people/entities (Recipients):
People, companies or firms that provide us with advice and consultancy concerning accounting, administrative, legal, tax, financial, and debt collection matters in connection to our services;
Entities that help us provide our services such as hosting providers and email platform providers;
People we authorize to carry out technical maintenance (such as maintenance of network equipment and electronic communications networks);
People we authorize to process personal data in order to perform activities that are related to the provision of our services, like our employees. These people are under legally binding confidentiality obligations.
Public entities, bodies, or authorities with whom we share personal data when strictly required by law (such as local tax, customs or law enforcement authorities).
5. Transfers of personal data
As we are a growing company with a global reach, your personal data may be transferred to Recipients in multiple countries. We genuinely care about your privacy and for that reason, we have implemented appropriate safeguards to protect your information when it is transferred. Safeguards include those safeguards or conditions that are considered adequate to the relative transfer of data.
6. Retention of personal data
Retention for Service Provision Purposes
We only keep the personal data that we process for Service Provision for as long as is strictly necessary. In some cases, however, we may need to store such personal data for a longer period of time if doing so is necessary to protect ourselves from liabilities related to the provision of services (in this case, under restricted conditions of use).
Retention for Marketing Purposes
We will keep your data that we process for marketing until you unsubscribe or opt-out of such communications. If you decide to opt-out, we will not use your data for marketing purposes anymore; however, we may need to keep it for longer if we have an existing business relationship with you, or in order to protect ourselves from liability (in this case, under restricted conditions of use).
Retention for Profiling Purposes
We will keep your data that we process for profiling purposes from the moment you give us your consent until the moment you withdraw such consent. Once you withdraw your consent, we will no longer use such data for profiling purposes but may need to keep it for longer in order to protect ourselves from liability (in this case, under restricted conditions of use).
Retention for Compliance Purposes
We will keep data we process as long as required by the specified obligation or by the applicable law
We will keep data we process for as long as necessary to fulfill the proposes for which we collected it unless you object to the processing of your data for these purposes (see Section 7 for instructions on how to object).
7. Data subjects’ (your) rights
What are my rights, regarding my personal data?
As a data subject, you can exercise the following rights at any time:
Access your personal data that we are processing (or receive a copy of those personal data) and obtain information about such processing;
Correct or modify your personal data that we are processing when it is inaccurate or incomplete;
Request that we erase your personal data that we are processing when you feel that the processing is unnecessary or unlawful;
Request restriction of the processing of your personal data when you feel that the personal data we have on you is inaccurate, unnecessary, or has been unlawfully processed, or when you have previously objected to its processing;
Exercise your right to portability: you can request a copy of the personal data you provided to us, in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, and you can request that those personal data be transmitted to another data controller;
Object to our processing of your Personal Data, based on relevant grounds that are related to you and your situation, which you believe should prevent us from processing your personal data; or
You can exercise any of the rights mentioned above by sending a written request to: Unlayeredwellness@gmail.com
If you have created a registered user profile on our website, please note that most of the personal information you provide to Unlayered Health and Wellness can be changed at any time, including your e-mail preferences, by accessing your user profile.
You can also object to the processing of your personal data for Marketing, without needing to provide any justification for this, by selecting the appropriate link included at the bottom of marketing e-mail messages. You can also withdraw your consent for Profiling or Analytics by blocking or opting-out of the profiling/analytics cookies used on our website (see “How can I change my cookie settings?”).
As a data subject, you are entitled to file a complaint with the competent supervisory authorities for the protection of personal data, if you believe that the processing of your personal data carried out through our website is unlawful.
9. Use of the Unlayered Health and Wellness Website
Your access to and use of the Site is subject to this Privacy Statement and certain other terms and conditions, contained in our Terms and Conditions of Use or another written agreement with you.