1. USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
The history of Whoo will use Member’s Personal Information within the scope of the following purpose of use:
2. HANDLING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
2.1. Disclosure of Personal Information to third parties
The history of Whoo outsources the management of Member’s Personal Information to a third party data processor (the “Data
Processor”). The transfer of Member’s Personal Information to the Data Processor is governed by the laws of Malaysia. The Data
Processor stores all Personal Information in Malaysia and the operation of the Data Processor’s services will be governed by the laws of
The history of Whoo shall never disclose the Member’s Personal Information to any third-party other than the Data Processor without the
Member’s prior consent, except in the following circumstances:
2.2. Sharing Personal Information with third-party business partners
For the purpose of performing the Services for Members smoothly, The history of Whoo shares the Member’s First name, Family name,
User name and E-mail address with its third-party business partners so as to facilitate the performance of their services. The history of
Whoo requires that they protect such information and not use it for any other purpose.
By accepting the terms of this Membership Policy, you have agreed to, amongst others, The history of Whoo’s sharing of your Personal
Information to such third-party business partners. However, if you do not want us to let The history of Whoo’s third-party business
partners use your Personal Information, you shall notify the history of Whoo.
2.3. Inquiries About Your Privacy
If you have any questions or inquiries concerning your privacy, please contact us directly by clicking here or by contacting us by
email: email@example.com , or call 03-77848136.
3. COMPENSATION FOR DAMAGES
The history of Whoo shall have the right to claim compensation for any damage suffered by The history of Whoo arising from a Member’s
violation of this Policy or other regulations, or the Member’s fraudulent or illegal practices.
4. EXEMPTION OF LIABILITY