Privacy Policy

Content Nation (PTY) Ltd hereinafter referred to as Condé Nast is committed to ensuring users’ online safety as far as is reasonably possible. Users should ensure should not divulge their user names and passwords to any other persons.

Condé Nast will not disclose users’ information to any third parties without users’ consent, but may under certain circumstances disclose information to national and international legal authorities; as is prescribed by section 51 of the ECTA.

Condé Nast collects users’ information when users voluntarily complete online forms or surveys or sends an e-mail or message to Condé Nast. Information provided by users in this context shall be used for the purpose for which it is provided unless users are otherwise informed at the time of furnishing Condé Nast with the information. Condé Nast may use such information to contact users and for non-personal or identifiable research purposes. Condé Nast retains the right to otherwise use unidentifiable information.

Condé Nast may make use of cookies to improve personalised service to users. Should users not want cookies to be storied on their computers, they should disable cookies in their Internet browsers.