Our Terms and Conditions of Use
Terms and Conditions of Use and Legal Notices
1- Identification of the company
Website published by: FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON
2- Intellectual property – Copyright
All the elements present on the Site as well as in the e-mails sent to the users who requested them, namely the brand, the logo, the texts, the interpretations of the cards, the illustrations, the images, the photographs, the videos, are strictly reserved under copyright as well as intellectual property rights. They may not be reproduced, used, or represented, in whole or in part, without written authorisation from FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON under penalty of legal proceedings. In accordance with the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code, only private use is authorised.
The corporate names, namely the trademarks and distinctive signs reproduced on the Site, are protected by trademark law. The reproduction of all or part of these elements is strictly forbidden.
The texts presented on the Site and by email to the users who have made the request are the exclusive property of the Publisher.
3- Limitation of Liability
The Publisher is in no way responsible for the commercial practices used by other Internet sites or Companies to which users may have access from the Site via hypertext links, logos, images, buttons, telephone numbers, etc., located on the Site.
The same is true for commercial practices used on other Internet sites, or by other companies to which users could have access from the e-mails sent to them by the Publisher, via hypertext links, logos, images, buttons, phone numbers, etc., located on these e-mails.
It is the user’s responsibility to refer to the Terms and Conditions of Use for said Sites or Companies before contracting the Services.
4- Management of Personal Data
The Site collects information only in connection with the use of these services, including the connection to the site via cookies. The user may be required to provide the Publisher with personal data in order to receive card draws by e-mail as well as offers of clairvoyance. The information is provided by users knowingly and is subject to automatic processing, in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978, you have the right to access, rectify and delete the information you provide us. In order to exercise this right, you should contact us, stating the subject of your request, by email at the following address: email@example.com.
At any time, users who have chosen to receive e-mails from the Publisher may unsubscribe permanently or temporarily, by clicking on the unsubscribe link contained in each e-mail addressed to them.
In the event of a request to delete the data, the Publisher may nonetheless keep them in their archives for the time necessary to fulfil their legal obligations.
The processing of personal data provided by the user is carried out by FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON, which commits to a sufficient level of protection of the information provided to guarantee the respect of privacy and the fundamental rights and freedoms of people. The Publisher undertakes to take all the technical precautions necessary to preserve the security of the personal data of its users, and in particular to prevent it being communicated to unauthorised third parties.
5- Applicable Law
These terms and conditions of use are governed, interpreted, and applied in accordance with Scottish law. In case of dispute of these terms and conditions of use
Any dispute relating to the validity, interpretation, performance, non-performance of the terms and conditions governing the relationship between the parties will be submitted to the court of the place where the Publisher’s registered office is located.
6- Legal Modifications of the Terms and Conditions of Use
The Publisher may modify the terms and conditions of use of the Site at any time. These latter are applicable to visitors to the site who are deemed to accept them without reservation when he or she uses the services provided by the site.
7- External Services
The Publisher is in no way responsible for the commercial practices used by these other Companies. It is the user’s responsibility to refer to the Terms and Conditions of said Companies before contracting the Services.
Protection of Personal Data Charter
Date of online publication: 2018-05-25
Last updated: 01/02/2022
FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON (hereinafter referred to as “the Publisher”) proposes on the website Flow with James Dawson (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”) at the following Internet address: beautyindifferentforms.co.uk on-line services dedicated to the divinatory arts, including card draws and their interpretation.
The purpose of this charter is to explain how personal data provided by users is collected, processed, and stored so the service is provided and used in the best possible conditions. It may be added to or modified at any time to comply with the regulations in force and ensure the protection of users’ personal data.
In a framework of transparency and respect for the rights of individuals, the Publisher has appointed a Data Protection Officer responsible for responding to and processing requests related to personal data. You can contact this person at any time by e-mail at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal data collected by the Publisher
According to Article 4 of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), personal data concerns “any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person; an “identifiable natural person” is deemed to be a natural person who may be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier, such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier, or to one or more specific elements particular to his or her physical, physiological, genetic, psychic, economic, cultural or social identity;”.
FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON collects and processes the following personal data:
– First name
– E-mail address
Login data: cookies, connection log, acceptance of the Terms and Conditions of Use, acceptance of the personal data protection charter, choice of question asked during a draw on the Site, choice of question asked during registration for the Newsletter
Recording of cookies and login data
Cookies and login data are used only in connection with the use of the Site and access to the services offered by the Publisher. The user can disable cookies at any time from their browser settings. This data does not allow the Publisher to identify you directly or indirectly and is used to better understand the behaviour of visitors to the Site, to improve and simplify navigation. Without action on your part, all of this data is deleted automatically after 12 months.
When you access the Site through your browser, your computer or terminal equipment records data that is stored in a text file that is called a cookie. This data allows us to identify you when you browse the Site, and to customise the information that is offered to you. Cookies that can be saved and stored on your computer are broken down into 4 distinct categories: technical cookies, audience measurement cookies, advertising cookies and social network cookies.
The Publisher uses technical cookies to ensure good navigation on the Site. This data assures the security of users’ personal data and is strictly necessary for the provision of the services offered.
The Publisher uses session cookies to record the data provided to the user during navigation so that new data can be offered during subsequent visits.
The Publisher and its providers also use audience measurement cookies to record the visitor’s tour of the site, the number of pages visited, the visit length and other analytics data. This data is used for marketing purposes, to improve the ergonomics of the site and simplify access to services.
The Publisher and its providers also use advertising cookies to optimise the display of advertisements, announcement or affiliate services that are offered to users throughout their navigation on the Site.
If you do not want the Publisher to put cookies on your computer, you can prohibit the storage of cookies on your equipment directly via your browser settings. This option may however alter the navigation on the Site and make access to certain services impossible.
Processing of personal data
The personal data provided by users will be used for marketing purposes, in order send e-mails offering services that are better adapted to the needs of users. You can unsubscribe at any time from this Newsletter by simply clicking on one of the areas provided for this purpose, that is to say in the link at the top of each email: “To unsubscribe: click here” or in the link at the bottom of each e-mail: “I wish to unsubscribe”.
The processing of personal data also makes it possible to store and archive user data in order to comply with legal obligations and laws in force, including the registration of user consent when subscribing to our Newsletter.
Cookies and navigation data will be used to customise our services and better meet the expectations and needs of users. To this end, it will be possible for the Publisher to personalise the advertisements displayed on the Site according to the browsing data of the users. We also use this data for analytics purposes to study visitor behaviour on the Site and to improve the user experience.
Access to personal data
The personal data recorded by FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON in the context of Site navigation and for access to the services offered are the exclusive property of the Publisher. They cannot be sold to or exchanged with a third party for any reason whatsoever.
The user acknowledges and agrees that the collection and storage of personal data and navigation data requires the use of third parties:
For hosting and storage purposes, analytics services, and for sending Newsletters
If the law so requires, FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON may transmit personal data to respond to claims submitted in the context of legal or administrative proceedings brought against the Publisher
The storage and collection of personal data relating to the sending of the Newsletter is provided by MAILCHIMP whose head office is located in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States, the analytics services are provided by GOOGLE whose headquarters are in Mountain View, California, USA, and RETURN PATH, headquartered in New York, USA, provides the Publisher with services related to storage of e-mails sent by users.
The user is informed and agrees that the data collected may be processed outside the European Union, particularly regarding hosting providers, e-mailing services, and analytics services. In these cases, FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON will make the necessary arrangements with these providers to ensure an optimal level of protection of personal data, in accordance with the regulations in force.
The protection of personal data by FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON
Collection of personal data
The collection of personal data is carried out through several forms on the Site requiring users to provide their first name, gender, question or theme of their choice, and their email address.
Length of time for which personal data will be retained
Personal data will be kept in compliance with the law, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for the time necessary to provide the service proposed by the Publisher. Its use will end when the user requests it, or if the user does not show any further significant interest in the service.
Personal data is also archived in order to meet legal requirements and standards in force.
Security and confidentiality of personal data
The protection of users’ personal data is FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON’s first priority. The data collected by the Publisher will be placed in an environment that ensures its security, so as to prevent unauthorised access, use or disclosure.
FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON undertakes to do all that it can to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the data collected on the Site. This commitment involves the establishment of a secure IT program suitable for the processing and collection of users’ personal data. This program includes the necessary technical measures to ensure a sufficient level of security, in accordance with the laws in force. This security program and the technical measures put in place will evolve in order to benefit from technological advances in the field of security, processing, and the collection of personal data.
Rights of access, rectification, and deletion of personal data
In accordance with the regulations in force, you can at any time exercise:
– The right to be informed about the use of your personal data
– The right to access your personal information and request a copy
– The right to request the modification of any personal data that is erroneous, incomplete, equivocal or out of date
– The right to withdraw your consent so you stop receiving information from the Publisher by e-mail
– The right to refuse to allow the Publisher to use your personal data
– You have the right to request the deletion of your personal data. In this case, the Publisher may however keep them in archival form for the time necessary to fulfil its legal obligations, in order to comply with the regulations in force.
– The right to request the portability of your personal data from 25th May 2018. In some cases the user may ask the Publisher to send his or her personal data to a third party
If you have any questions concerning this Charter and the exercise of your rights, FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON invites you to send your request in conjunction with your e-mail address, your name, your first name, your postal address and a copy of a piece of identity,
– by e-mail to the following address: email@example.com
FLOW WITH JAMES DAWSON undertakes to process the requests sent to it within a reasonable time (1 month maximum from the date of receipt of your request) to guarantee the protection and confidentiality of the personal data at its disposal.