Date of last update: 08/09/2023
Cookies: Cookies are small data files that are placed on your computer or mobile device whenever you visit a website. Their use is commonly exercised by website owners in order to work more efficiently, user-friendly, and to provide reporting information if needed.
There are various types of cookies, processed for different purposes. First-party cookies are set by the website-owner (us), whereas there exists cookies set by parties called third-party cookies. Such cookies are used to improve the functionality of the website as being used in advertising and analysing.
Cookies can either remain on your device permanently ("permanent cookies") until they expire or are deleted by you, or they can be automatically deleted ("session cookies") when you leave a website or when you close your browser.
Controlling Cookies: The user can freely decide to accept, eliminate or reject cookies through setting preferences in the cookie managing mechanisms of web browsers. Nevertheless, essential cookies cannot be rejected as they are strictly necessary for the website to operate technically. In addition, targeted advertising can also be controlled and edited depending on the web browser.
Essential website cookies: Such cookies are strictly necessary to provide you essential features of the website in order to record, run and improve technical visitor views and experience. These cookies are necessary for website operation and cannot be deactivated in our systems. Essential website cookies necessary cookies do not require your consent to be placed on your device. You can set your browser to block or notify you about these cookies, but as a result some parts of the website will not function.
Analytics and customization cookies: Such cookies collect information to understand the model of user’s preferences throughout the website in order to provide an experience through analysing preferences, customizing listing and advertising options.
Advertising cookies: Based on your interest, such cookies function through relevant advertising to avoid unrelated or repetitive advertising.
Targeted advertising: Third parties may serve cookies on your computer or mobile device to serve advertising through our Websites. Such companies may use information about your visiting to provide relevant advertisements about goods and services within your scope of interest. Above-mentioned information collected through this process does not enable us or them to identify your name, contact details or other details that directly identify you unless you choose to provide.
Users have the right to a transparent relationship. The express consent given for various marketing and advertising activities, especially for the collection and transfer of cookie data for the detection of customer-specific products, can be withdrawn by the customer at any time and these activities can be stopped.
Third Party Links
Our Platform may provide links to other (third-party) websites and apps for your convenience or information. Linked sites and apps have their own privacy notices or policies, which we strongly encourage you to review. To the extent any linked websites or apps are not owned or controlled by us, we are not responsible for their content, any use of the websites or apps, or the privacy practices of the websites or apps.
Consent and Management of Cookies
Any page of our website that is first accessed displays a banner with a simplified policy statement. You provide your permission to the use of all cookies by clicking the "Accept all" button on the banner that is displayed to you. If you do not wish to provide your consent or withdraw your consent, you can change and manage your settings using the cookie preference service via the link provided in the banner.
Rights of Data Subjects
The rights of data subjects under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are detailed in Chapter 3 – Articles 12 to 23. There are eight fundamental rights under GDPR.
- The data subject’s right of access
Under GDPR, data subjects have the right to access the data collected on them by a data controller. The data controller must respond to that request within 30 days (Article 15).
- The data subject’s right to rectification.
Data subjects have the right to request modification of their data, including the correction or errors and the updating of incomplete information (Article 16).
- The data subject right to erasure.
The right to erasure – also referred to as the right to deletion or the right to be forgotten – allows a data subject to stop all processing of their data and request their personal data be erased (Article 17).
- The data subject right to restrict data processing
Data subjects, under certain circumstances, can request that all processing of their personal data be stopped (Article 18).
Data subjects must be informed about the uses of their personal data in a clear manner and be told the actions that can be taken if they feel their rights are being impeded. Data subjects must also be informed of any rectification or erasure of their personal data under articles 16, 17, and 18 (Article 19).
A data subject can request that their personal data file be sent electronically to a third party. Data must be provided in a commonly used, machine readable format, if doing so is technically feasible (Article 20).
If a request to stop data processing is rejected by a data controller, the data subject has the right to object to their Article 18 right being denied (Article 21).
Data subjects have the right to refuse the automated processing of their personal data to make decisions about them if that significantly affects the data subject or produces legal effects – profiling for example (Article 22).
If you have any questions on this policy, please contact us via mail: email@example.com
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