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Privacy and security policy

This privacy and security policy statement concerns how Todays letter collects and uses your personal information.


ABOUT TODAYSLETTER.COM AND TODAYS LETTER E-MAGAZINE is a website for the E-magazine Todays letter.

Todays letter ( and the E-magazine) may link to websites and services owned and operated by other businesses. We do not have access to private and personal information gathered by those websites or services, unless it is explicitly mentioned in this privacy policy. We are not responsible for the content of or processing of private and personal information on other websites or services. For more information, please see each website or service privacy and security policy statement.

This Privacy Statement applies to all Todays letter E-magazines (newsletters), websites and online activities.



The formal responsibility for the processing of your personal information gathered by Todays letter via, the E-magazine newsletter or other activities initiated by Todays letter is with the Data Protection Officer (DPO) at Direct Communications.



It is entirely voluntary for those visiting the website to provide personal information in connection with services to receive the E-magazine (newsletters), enroll in events, and so on.

Todays letter may process information about you for any of the following purposes:

  • Sign-up for the E-magazine (newsletters).
  • Enroll in events and sweepstakes.
  • Contact support

For statistics, aggregation and management of sites and services. Information is obtained in order to allow Todays letter to get further information about the users, including how users come to our sites, as well as tracking general usage patterns of users on websites. We use this information to manage and enhance our sites.



Todays letter may process both personally identifiable information and non-personally identifiable information about you. Personally identifiable information is information that identifies you as an individual. Non-personally identifiable information is information and any other details that do not reveal your personal identity.


Personally identifiable information

 We collect and process the following information:

IF you subscribe to the E-magazine (newsletters) to receive emails from You must register your email address (required), first name (optional), last name (optional) and check the checkbox to confirm that you have given us your informed consent to send you the newsletter you sign-up for.

If you direct a request to Todays letter via the web/internet, such as sending us an email, relevant information could be stored, such as name and email address.

When you visit and open or engage with the E-magazine your IP address is recorded. We do not link this information directly to you as a user. The information is used to manage and maintain our sites. Examples of information that this data provides: How many people visit different sites, how long the visit lasts, what websites users are coming from and which browser is used. This enables us to develop better and more user-friendly services. See more about web analytics and cookies below.

Todays letter may use user sweepstakes or surveys. It is voluntary to participate, and we collect your explicit consent.



Todays letter does not purposely process information about children under 18 years of age.



The legal basis for processing of personal information is given in The Personal Information Act of 14 April 2000 number 31, §8 and the EU's Privacy Directive 95/46/EC Article 7, as processing of personal data is necessary to fulfil requests (Personal Data Act § 8a and Policy directives Article 7b), and to fulfil the purpose behind Todays letter (personal Data Act § 8f and privacy Article 7f).

It is voluntary for those visiting the website to provide personal information in connection with services to receive newsletters, request information, enroll in events, and so on. Unless otherwise specified, your consent or agreement to such processing is considered given when you provide the information.



To ensure that the processing of information is carried out in a safe manner, only specifically authorized persons at Direct Communications and branches abroad, and our subcontractors and system suppliers will have access to the information you provide us. The number of employees with such approval is limited. Access to information is secured by access mechanisms.

We will not disclose, sell, distribute, rent, license, share or pass details or personal information to any third parties other than those who deliver and are contracted to deliver services to us, unless we have your express consent to do so.

We will not share personal information with our distribution partners to a greater extent than is necessary to complete the purpose, such as sending newsletters.

By contract, our suppliers may not use or disclose your personal information for other purposes, without your permission.



It is voluntary to subscribe to newsletters. Newsletters may contain commercial information about products and services from our partners, and so on. The newsletters are sent out 1-3 times a week. You can unsubscribe at any time via a link in the newsletter.

We do not allow any third party to use your personal data for marketing or communication purposes, unless we have your express consent to do so.



Todays letter sites and E-magazine email service providers are currently located on servers in USA, but our data processors have reserved the right to transmit information to servers or subcontractors in other countries.

If information is transferred within the EU/EEA, we will ensure that the EU directives on personal data in computing and country-specific data protection laws are followed. If we pass personal information to third parties located outside the EEA, we will ensure that the transfer is in accordance with EU Directive on personal data. If information is transmitted to the United States, we will preferably use Safe Harbor-certified companies.



We have established rules and procedures for the protection of personal data and privacy.

When we treat "non personally identifiable information" combined with "personally identifiable information" (for example your name combined with geographical location) the collected information is treated as personally identifiable information.

If we share your personal information with a third party, we will ensure that there are arrangements and agreements in place to ensure the safety of the information and prevent that the third party uses the personal information for purposes other than what was agreed.

We shall use all reasonable precautions to ensure that our employees, data processors and third parties who have access to information about you have adequate information to ensure that they treat such information in accordance with this statement and our obligations under privacy legislation.



You have the right to know how your personal information is processed by an enterprise, under the Personal Data Act, §18, paragraph 1. Direct Communications has given this information in this statement.

If Todays letter handles personal information about you, you are entitled to access your own information. If personal information is inaccurate, incomplete or inaccessible, you can ask the DPO at Direct Communications to correct the information. See contact information below.

We do not process and store information about you for longer than necessary for the intended purpose, or as required under existing agreements, and not beyond legal limits. We delete personal information when a user gives notice that he/she no longer wishes to use the service. For example, your email address used to send out newsletters is deleted when you unsubscribe. The same is done when we are notified of inactive email addresses.



Direct Communications may use the information that we collect about you when we have reason to believe that it is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against persons or entities that may harm you, us or others. We may also disclose your information when we believe it is required by law.



This privacy statement applies to all users of our website and E-magazine. We require that users agree to comply with the declaration as part of our relationship.

By using our website and E-magazine you accept that your personal data may be processed in accordance with this privacy policy, which includes transferring data to agents and third parties as described in this statement.

Direct Communications operates from Malta and is subject to Maltese law. You agree that any disputes will be handled by the court in Malta, in accordance with the laws of Malta, unless otherwise dictated by mandatory local law.


Contact information

If you have questions or comments about this statement or how we treat personal information, you can contact the DPO at:



Todays letter reserves the right to change or update the privacy statement. All changes are valid from the time of being posted, and will include information gathered from that date, as well as existing information held by Direct Communications.



Cookie Policy



A cookie is a small file that is stored on your computer. Typically, sites use a cookie to enhance your user experience.


When you visit, cookies are stored on your computer. Some cookies are stored until you close the browser window and are used to override your user experience (faster page viewing). Others are stored longer.



What cookies does use?

We place both first and third-party cookies when you use Some cookies are associated with personal information. It is important to emphasize that we can only see the cookies we have placed. Therefore, we cannot view information from other cookies. Similarly, no-one can view information from our cookies. First party cookies are essential for the page to work. Third party cookies are used to analyze and market. In this way, we can see how many people visit and show relevant Information to you.




What is a cookie?

A cookie is a smart, electronic bit in your data that can remember what you've clicked on when you've visited a particular page. There are essentially 2 different types of cookies - "random" and "permanent". Cookies that are random are linked to the current visit on and are automatically deleted when you close your browser.  However, cookies that are permanent are stored on your device (data, tablet, mobile, etc.). Permanent cookies are automatically deleted after a certain period of time (the desired time frame can be set in your browser). A new period of permanent cookies is created every time you visit



Administration and deletion of cookies

You can block or delete cookies as you please. Most browsers enable you to accept or reject all cook-ies for administrating them. Apart from this there is also the option of only accepting certain types of cookies. You will generally find instructions on this in the help function integrated in the browser or at:


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Please note that possibly not all functions of our website will be completely available, insofar as you deactivate the use of cookies in your browser settings. Under certain circumstances you may have to manually carry out some settings every time you visit the website. You will find more information at:




If you have any questions or comments regarding our information or processing of personal data, please review our privacy policy or contact us at



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