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Privacy Policy


My policy on your privacy.
Your privacy is as important to me as it is to you. Here’s how I deal with it.
I’m Ayodeji Charles and I’m the owner of this website, Poultry.com.ng”.
My own privacy is important to me when I visit other people’s websites, so I understand how important privacy is. The information you share with me is as important to me as it is to you.
I’ve taken steps under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to make sure any information you give me is secure, only seen by people who need to see it, and within your control.
You can find out exactly why I need the information, what happens to it, who will see it and how I keep it secure by reading this privacy policy. If you’re still unsure, you’ll be able to contact me.
I maintain the highest standards of honesty and fairness in everything I write for this website, and I apply exactly the same standards when I deal with the information you trust me with.
Why I need to collect information in the first place.
Some of the reasons I need to collect information are to:
run this site so it displays information correctly, and to improve it when it doesn’t make your experience of using the site more personal and enjoyable improve the products and service I offer you improve my customer service, and help me respond to your requests more efficiently run a contest, or a promotion, or to supply a survey
reply to any enquiries, questions or requests send emails, which can include electronic newsletters and auto-responder emails send information which you agree to receive about topics I think will interest you.
Why I collect your personal information.
I never collect personally identifiable information (that is, information which may identify you such as your name or email address) without your knowledge. If I ask for personal information it’s because you have volunteered to give it to me, for example if you sign up for my online newsletter or get in touch through my ‘contact’ page.
I only collect your personal information when I need it.
I need it for these reasons:
When you contact me for any reason, using one of my contact forms, you agree to give me your name and email address so I can reply to you.
As soon as our correspondence has finished, I delete all your personal information. I do not keep it or use it in any other way unless I ask your permission first.
When you sign up for my newsletter, I collect your name and email address so that I can send you newsletters, as explained in my newsletter information. In case you can’t remember what that is, here’s a link.
I keep that information for as long as you want to receive my newsletters. There is always an “unsubscribe” link in every newsletter and email I send. If you click on that link, you will be immediately unsubscribed from my emails and your information will be permanently deleted.
This information remains on the website for as long as you want your story to stay. If you’d prefer it to be taken off, you just need to get in touch with me.
If you give me personal information, I give you a 100% promise in return that the information will be used only for the reason you’ve shared it.
I hate spam. I will never send you any information you have not requested. Even if you opt to receive information (like the newsletter) when you sign up, you will always be able to unsubscribe from it.
I will make clear exactly how you can stop receiving it both in newsletters and in any correspondence we may have.
Where your information goes.
I will never share your personal information to anyone for commercial or any other use. It will be used only for the purpose you provided it on this website.
Sometimes, though, for specific reasons, I need to share your information with someone else.
I make sure I only use other individuals and companies I know and trust. I have also been careful to make sure they are also compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation, so I am confident they will also keep your data safe.
Your rights within the General Data Protection Regulation.
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was introduced specifically to protect the data of individuals.
Although at present it only protects people in Europe, my view is that its extremely high standards should be a protection for everyone, worldwide.
I value everyone who visits this website, wherever you may come from. Which is why all my policies and practices, not just those which impact on Europeans, follow GDPR’s requirements.
So this privacy policy is my statement to you of my commitment to protect your personal information. If you would like to update that information or have it deleted from my records, you just need to click on this link and let me know.
If you think your personal information is not being used properly and you want to make a complaint, you should firstly contact me and ask me to put right whatever is wrong, explaining the problem as clearly as you can.
If you’re not satisfied with my response, you have every right to lodge a formal complaint. the best way to do this is to contact a lawyer and say you want to complain under the terms of the GDPR.
How you can correct or remove your personal information.
I provide this privacy policy as a statement to you of my commitment to protect your personal information.
If you have submitted personal information through my website and would like that information deleted from my records or would like to update or correct that information, or if you have any further questions, please be sure to use my contact page to talk to me.
Non-personal information and “cookies”.
Personal information, such as your name and email address, is never collected automatically.
I only have it when you choose to give it me.
However, when you visit poultry.com.ng , some statistical information is collected automatically.The reason I collect it is so that I can constantly improve your experience of visiting my site.
This type of information includes the name of your Internet Service Provider, your Internet Protocol address, the name of your internet browser, and other numerical data such as which pages you visited, how many pages you looked at and how long you stayed on the site.
This information helps me know which parts of my site you’re most interested in. That means I can make sure I write articles which focus on the subjects you’re most likely to want to read.
That information is collected by means of “cookies”. A cookie is a tiny bit of code placed by this website on your computer. Each time you come here, your browser gives my computer that code so I know that you’ve come back. That helps me know the kinds of articles that are most helpful to you.
If you want to, you can turn cookies off by disabling them in your browser. You can learn how to do this at the About Cookies website .
You can set your browser to accept or reject all cookies automatically, or they can notify you when a cookie is being requested so you can decide what to do.
Web beacons are similar. They track your journey around a website, or a collection of websites. They’re most often used to monitor traffic to a site.
Disabling either cookies or web beacons should not cause a problem with the continued use of this website, but it may prevent some of its interactive features from working properly.
Facebook : to prevent Facebook collecting your data, you should log out of your Facebook account while using this site.
Privacy and children.
I work hard to make sure that poultry.com.ng is a family-friendly site.
However, it is not intended for use by children without parental supervision, particularly children under sixteen years of age.
I operate in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and Article 8 of the GDPR.
I will never knowingly collect or use personal information from anyone under 16 years of age. Children under that age must have permission from a parent or legal guardian before asking questions, sharing stories or buying anything from this site.
Updates to this policy.
From time to time, I will review this policy to make sure it’s kept up-to-date with current legal requirements. I may need to make changes to it. If I do, I will make it clear on this site and provide a link to the updated privacy policy.
I would encourage you to review this policy from time to time so that you will always know what information I collect and how it’s used.
Agreeing to terms.
If you do not agree to my privacy policy as posted here, please do not consent to the setting of cookies, or the collection and storage of your personally identifiable information.
Your explicit consent indicates acceptance of this privacy policy.
If you have any particular worries, questions or comments about this policy, please use my contact page to let me know.

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