The submission of personal information via web forms on our website along with use of the various interactive features on the Website that include, but are not limited to, contests, sweepstakes, promotions, customer support requests and all other information is governed by this policy.
Information from attendees such as name, phone number, e-mail and physical addresses may be requested and collected.
Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies:
The only personal information we collect is necessary information to enter into a contract (for example, provide Clients with Provider’s Services). Processing data for these reasons is within legitimate interests and therefore not superseded by personal data protection interests and within the rights of your local and national laws. There are some instances, where Provider must legally obtain personal information from Clients.
Personal information is requested for legal compliance or to enter into a contract, at that time Provider will make clear to Client the rationale and whether information required is mandatory along with consequences of failure to provide data.
At any time, if Provider processes personal information relying on Client consent, Client may withdraw consent at any time. It is incumbent upon Provider to make clear why personal information is relevant upon the request of such.
If any questions arise concerning legal basis upon which information is collected, contact the Provider via the “Contact Us” section.
Provider does not knowingly collect any information from children younger than 13. Provider encourages parents and legal guardians to monitor children’s internet usage. It is the parent and legal guardian’s responsibility to ensure children are not submitting personal information and accessing Websites and Services without parental and legal guardian’s consent. If there is reason to believe a child under 13 provided personal information via Websites or Services to Provider, use the “Contact Us” form and Provider will use all commercially reasonable efforts to remove information.
Cookies and alternate technologies are used to ensure all people visiting Websites have best experience.
Cookies are small text files placed on a hard drive through a server on a web page. Cookies contain information the web server will read upon the next time a computer tries to access a site. There are several types of cookies, and each of their features is listed below. This list is updated every quarter, so there may be cookies in use that are not listed yet. Vehicles used to deliver cookies are web beacons, scripts, tags, and e-mail.
Cookies are used to determine site sage, campaign effectiveness, and other analytics provided via individual or aggregate basis. Cookies are used to understand visitor preferences and through analysis, to improve the user information. Cookies can be controlled at the individual browser level. If cookies are not activated or later disabled, this action may limit features on Websites.
Through web browsers, Clients can activate or de-activate cookies in the browser settings.