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Read more about how to use personal data, how it affects your privacy, and how you protect your rights.
“COMPANY” uses information that we collect for basic reasons, which are described in more detail below:
For the previously stated reasons, we combine the collected data to give you a smoother, more consistent, and personalized experience. We use the data to keep in touch with you. For example, we can contact you by [e-mail, phone, or other means] to answer your questions about our offers and services. We may send newsletters to you, but if you no longer wish to receive our mailings, you can easily unsubscribe from one or all the “Company” communications. After confirming this, we will delete your personal data.
Ads that you see on our sites and in social media can be selected based on data about you that we have processed, such as your interests, professional title, company, search queries, or content that you consume.
The ads can also be selected based on other information that we gather about you over time, such as demographics, location (where possible) , search queries, interests, usage data from our and our advertisers' websites. We refer to these ads as “interested based advertising” in this policy.
It may sometimes be necessary for us to share your information with our affiliates. In cases where we share information about you with others, we have ensured that these comply with our data protection requirements and are not allowed the received data for any other purpose. We may also disclose personal data as a part of a joint transaction, such as a merger or a sale of assets.
Finally, we may need to disclose or save your information when we believe it is necessary to:
If we receive information that someone is using our services in means to deal with stolen intellectual property or physical property belonging to the "COMPANY", the COMPANY will transfer the case to the authorities.
Please note that some of our site links that are related to a third party may have a data policy that differs from “COMPANY”. If you enter personal information in any of these products, your information will be processed according to their respective personal data policy.
You can easily unsubscribe from our newsletters by clicking on a link in one of our emails. There you can also update and change your personal information, such as your email address, professional title, and company. If you want your data to be permanently deleted or exported and sent to you, please email us and we will return within 30 days (see contact details below).
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"COMPANY" complies with current European Union data protection laws, which, if applicable, include the following rights:
When we process your personal data, we do so with your consent and/or on a need basis, to operate our business, fulfill contractual and legal obligations, and protect our systems. This also includes improving the content and quality of our website or meeting other legitimate interests. You can read more about this in detail in the sections "Usage of personal information" and " Why we share personal information " above.
"COMPANY" works actively to ensure the safe and secure handling of your personal data. To secure your information, we have implemented centrally controlled security measures. For example, we have encrypted and access-restricted portals for the maintenance of servers and services. The "COMPANY" conducts annual internal audits where IT and information security measures are tested. Including monitors compliance with processes, routines, and guidelines.
Preservation of personal data
The "Company" preserves personal data for as long as it is necessary to provide our products and services. Because these needs may vary for different types of data, products, services, and contexts, the actual conservation periods may vary.
Criteria that determine the time for how long we store data are, for example:
This includes, among other things, maintaining and improving the performance of products and services. Including protecting our systems, managing necessary business, and accounting information. This is the general rule that underlies most conservation periods.
If personal information is extra sensitive, a shorter conservation period is usually used.
In that case, we store the information following your condition.
Examples may be mandatory legislation on the retention of information in certain jurisdictions, government orders to preserve information relevant to investigations, or information that must be retained to resolve a dispute.
We update our personal data policy, so it continues to reflect changes in our services. If major changes occur in the policy or in how the "Company" uses your personal data, you will be notified via appropriations on the web or by e-mail before the changes are implemented.
If you have a question regarding your personal information, a complaint, or a question to our Data Protection Officer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org