This website, www.lonburcom.com (henceforth “LBC”) is convinced that the protection of the privacy of its users, visitors, customers and subscribers is of great importance to its activity.
The information it gathers about you (henceforth “personal data”) is handled with the greatest possible care and protection. LBC abides by all applicable laws and regulations, including the data protection act. You can contact LBC via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The transmission of personal data is not required
LBC’s starting point is that the disclosure of personal data to LBC is not compulsory. At any time you have a choice whether or not you want to enter personal data. In order to take advantage of a number of services, the introduction of personal data is not necessary, for the use of other services is necessary that you enter personal data. If input data is requested, the data is required to use the service.
Types of data and processing purposes
LBC can be in the provision of services to process personal data. This is just a question of data such as your name, contact information, date of birth, gender, and email address. LBC’s and other third-party servers automatically record certain information present, such as the URL, IP address, browser type and language, and the date and time of your visit for statistical data collection. You can not be identified individually from these statistical data.
LBC will never share personal data with any third party without permission, unless stated otherwise.
In special circumstances, LBC may, regardless of your permission for this personal data to third parties, do so. Special circumstances, for example, legitimate requests by authorities, subpoenas or court orders, acts to cause damage or fraud to detect or prevent, or acts to ensure the safety of the network and the services of LBC. LBC’s personal data will also provide so-called processors acting on behalf of LBC. and (unless stated otherwise) your personal data will be used for running that supply obligation.
LBC may share aggregated data with third parties, such as the number of users who searched a given search term, or how many users clicked on a particular advertisement. On the basis of such details you can not be identified.
At all times, LBC maintains a level of security with respect to the processing of personal data in such a way that in view of the State, it is sufficient to prevent unauthorised access to, alteration of, disclosure of, or loss of personal data.
Opposition, access, modification and deletion of personal data
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LBC uses session cookies, and they are automatically deleted when you close your Internet browser. LBC also uses temporary cookies. The information provided through these cookies is obtained for a period of 60 days from your last visit, and will be automatically deleted. Based on those cookies, LBC can recognise you if you visit this website again. For example, cookies are used to track which products you have in your shopping cart, or the preferences you set for a particular service or Web page.
If you have your cookies disabled, there is a possibility that some features may not work or that you cannot use certain services of LBC.
You can decide whether you want to accept or decline cookies, or choose your browser to inform you when a cookie is being placed. To do this, you have to change the settings in your browser.