1. Data protection
To promote confidence in using the internet, IFRA wishes to explain what happens with any personal data that is gathered. The following tells you what kind of information is collected and how that information is used.
2. Information on data protection
You can access most pages on the IFRA website without divulging any information about yourself. In cases where your name, address, or other personal details are required, the website will inform you of this in advance. We store personal data communicated to us in connection with registration for an event, requests for information, or acquiring products or services. However, you can rest assured that we will never sell your personal details to third parties or market this information in any other way without your explicit permission. Personal data collected from forms will be passed on to the responsible IFRA staff member or association member concerned respectively.
3. Right to cancel
At your request, IFRA will refrain from using your personal data to contact you and/or delete it. Please submit any such request by e-mail to email@example.com. Data that is essential for order processing or other commercial purposes will not be deleted. Please be advised that, if you cancel, you cannot use our personalised service, as this is linked to your customer data.
Persons under the age of 18 years should not communicate personal data to us without the prior consent of adults authorised to act on their behalf. We do not request, collect, or turn over personal data from minors to third parties.
6. Links to other websites
The IFRA Magazine web pages contain links to other websites. IFRA has no influence on the content of outside web pages, nor on the adherence or non-adherence of these websites to data protection regulations.
7. Questions and comments
For all queries related to data protection, contact IFRA data protection officer Lewis Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last change: 15 January 2008
Page first published: 15.11.2005