Use of ‘cookies’
Do Not Track signals
Some browsers incorporate a Do Not Track feature that signals to websites you visit that you do not want to have your online activity tracked. Tracking is not the same as using or collecting information in connection with a website. For these purposes, tracking refers to collecting personally identifiable information from consumers who use or visit a website as they move across different websites over time. We respect Do Not Track signals. When a DNT browser mechanism is active, we do not track its visitors over time and across third party websites.
Your personal data will not be sold, traded or transferred to third-parties. We do not allow third-party tracking nor do we refer to third-party products or services.
When we become aware that the security of the website has been compromised or personal information has been disclosed to unrelated third parties as a result of external activity, including, but not limited to, security attacks or fraud, we reserve the right to take appropriate measures. In the event of a data breach we will notify affected individuals if we believe that there is a reasonable risk of harm to the user as a result of the breach. When we do, we will send you an email.
Acceptance of this policy
You acknowledge that you have read this policy and agree to all its terms and conditions. By accessing and using our website you agree to this policy.
If you would like to contact us to understand more about this policy or wish to contact us concerning any matter relating to individual rights and your personal information, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should any changes to this data protection declaration occur, they will be published on this website together with the date of the change.
This document was last updated on January 26, 2021.