Here at LegalGamblinAndTheLaw.com, we take our visitor’s data and privacy very seriously. We will use this Privacy Policy page to explain in greater detail how our privacy policy works, who we are, and what information our platform collects.

Additionally, we will discuss how we use and share your personal information gathered on this site. You can, at any point, opt to use your privacy rights, which we will describe on this page as well.

The term “personal data” refers to any information about you (the website visitor) that can be used to identify you as a person. The Privacy Policy explained here applies only to our website (LegalGamblingAndTheLaw.com). Any other data processing that occurs on any other website isn’t covered by this privacy policy.

About Us

LegalGamblingAndTheLaw.com (“We” or “Us”) is an online platform that offers reviews of online gambling platforms and covers legal aspects of online gambling laws in various countries worldwide. The reviews can help you choose an online gambling platform that will meet your preferences.

What Information We Collect

LegalGamblingAndTheLaw.com might process various types of data, which is essentially divided into two main groups — usage data (information about your activities on our platform or sites we partnered up with) and personal data.

Usage data is strictly related to your use of this platform and other partner sites. This type of data refers to:

  • The pages of our platform you visited
  • Your IP address
  • Gambling operator platforms you visited from our site
  • Date and time of access
  • The amount of time you spent on a certain page
  • Screen resolution
  • Language preferences
  • Device type
  • The operating system of your device
  • Browser type

If a newsletter option exists and you choose to receive it via your email, then that’s the personal data we will process. Upon subscription, you will be notified about the type of content you will receive, and the option to unsubscribe will be explicitly indicated. Based on this data, we won’t be able to identify you.

How We Collect Information

Apart from the data you leave while compiling a form (newsletter), we can’t obtain any other personal information. Usage data is attained via weblogs and tracking technologies, such as scripts or pixels. Our platform employs cookies and sends them to your computer in order to process the necessary data.

What Do We Use Collected Information for?

We mentioned two types of information we collect — personal and usage data. Now, we’ll explain how we use this data and to what end.

Your personal information will be used to provide relevant information, content, and offers to you via email, should you decide to sign up for the newsletter. On the other hand, we collect usage data to improve your user experience and personalize the website so that it meets your preferences. Moreover, we might utilize your data to uncover and prevent potential security issues.

Without your consent, we won’t distribute or sell your personal data to any third-party organizations. The only reason we might share your personal information is if we are required by the law to do so.

How Do We Share the Information?

We may share your data with third parties — organizations, individuals, or companies that work in analytics, marketing, development, or other sectors that help us provide and improve our services. Naturally, only authorized third parties will have access to the data we store.

Third parties refer to:

  • Advertising partners — We might disclose your data with our partners solely to improve our performance.
  • Service providers — As some of the sectors of our business are outsourced, your personal data might be processed by them, while strictly using it for their job role.
  • Potential buyers — If we are approached by a potential buyer, we might share your personal information with the said third party and its advisors.
  • Law enforcement — If at any point we are obliged by the law to share your information, we will comply with the request in order to fulfill our legal obligations.

How Do We Keep Your Data Safe?

The course of collecting and processing your personal data is limited by certain requirements, meaning we only acquire data we need. Your personal data is updated regularly. The data we collect is safely stored and encrypted. We also minimize the amount of data we store and we strictly follow organizational processes that control how we manage your data.

We also implement additional measures to prevent loss, theft, or any unlawful use of your personal data. Only authorized staff has access to your personal data that they won’t distribute nor misuse. LegalGamblingAndTheLaw.com implements various levels of access control to your personal data.

Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data stored on your computer by the web browser you use to visit websites. Our platform uses cookies to improve the overall user experience and make our service better. We can’t in any way access your computer via cookies nor can we obtain any information other than the one you choose to share with us. You can always adjust Cookie settings in your browser, disable or delete them.

Our platform uses first-party and third-party cookies, and we’ll explain what both of them are. First-party cookies are implemented by our domain and third-party cookies are enabled by third-party service providers or domains, to improve our performance, facilitate various advertising and process browsing patterns and usage data.

Minors

LegalGamblingAndTheLaw.com was created for people aged 18 and above. We try to prevent any minors from accessing our platform. We will never knowingly process personal data of any person under 18 years of age. Should collecting of personal data of a minor occur, we will follow the protocol and remove the stored data by adhering to your rights concerning data protection.

Your Rights

As a data subject, you are entitled to certain rights that are connected to the processing of your personal data. You can correct, access, object, erase, and restrict the collection of your personal data.

If you need more information or you wish to send us a request concerning the collection and processing of your data, visit our Contact Us page, and send an email containing your request. Our legal team will do its best to ensure we comply with the request based on our internal procedures.

Changes to Privacy Policy

At some point, modifications to this Privacy Policy may occur. These updates might contain minor or major modifications. Any minor modifications made to the current Privacy Policy will not influence your rights as nor will they impact the processing of your personal data.

If major updates take place, they may affect obligations and rights related to the processing of your personal data. In any case, this page will be regularly updated with any new modifications. Make sure you check our Privacy Policy page occasionally to make sure you have all the necessary information regarding data processing.

David Nugent

David Nugent Editor

First off, I want to say hi and wish a warm welcome to all gambling aficionados out there! My name is David Nugent and I am the owner and editor-in-chief of LegalGamblingAndTheLaw.com. I have always enjoyed various sports, primarily soccer, as I am a die-hard Everton fan.

Over time, I learned more about sports betting and discovered the fascinating online...