2. COLLECTION AND USE OF NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION ON NOATEL EUROPE’S SITES THROUGH ADV TECHNOLOGY
3. USE OF BEHAVIOURAL INFORMATION: CIRCUMSTANCES AND ENTITIES
4. COOKIES AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure and does not exist way to guarantee the security of data transmitted to, or stored on, Noatel Europe’s Sites. Although any transmission is at Visitor’s own risk, Noatel Europe will do the best to protect information also because It is on its economic and strategic interest.
6. PARTICIPATION IN SELF-REGULATORY PROGRAMS
Is supported the cross industry, Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising as managed by the Digital Advertising Alliance “DAA” (for more information http://www.aboutads.info/ ) as well as the DAA’s Self-Regulatory Principles for Multi-Site Data, and, in particular, the use of the Ad Choices icon. In support of the DAA and to guarantee consumers with enhanced transparency, Noatel’s Networks providers assure that is displayed the Ad Choices Icon on Advertisements delivered. The Ad Choices icon is customarily displayed within the frame of Noatel Europe’s Ads. The Ad Choices icon provides information (and links to other information) on online Ads, who may be collecting and using online data, and how User can exercise choice with respect to those companies participating in the DAA program. Noatel Europe makes all effort to publish only those materials delivered by members of the Internet Advertising Bureau and who abide by IAB’s Codes of Conduct. Readers should also visit the following sites: www.aboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.eu.
7. INFORMATION ACCESS
7.1 Noatel Europe activity is compliant with The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) that also provides a framework to ensure that data are collected and handled properly and gives individuals certain rights to know what information is held about them. Noatel Europe activity is compliant with the EPrivacy Directive that is a piece of European legislation, also implemented into UK law in May 2011 (known as the revised Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2011). The new law replaces the “notice and opt out” requirements for cookies and other technologies for “the storing of information or the gaining of access to information stored in the terminal equipment of a subscriber or user” with a requirement to obtain informed consent. There is an exemption for when uses are “strictly necessary” for the service explicitly requested by the user (eg. shopping baskets). 7.2 Individuals have certain rights to access data held about it-self and anybody can do this by contacting Noatel Europe at the details set out below. Any access request may be subject to an administration fee to meet costs in providing the inquirer with details of the information held. Every individual can also request to correct any factual inaccuracies in information held or delete any of that information from Noatel Europe’s records. 7.3 Noatel Europe aims to keep any behavioural data held up to date, accurate and error free. User can edit information at any time and Noatel Europe is pleased to be helped with keeping information accurate and up to date by being notified of any relevant changes in the non-personal data held. User can do it by contacting Noatel Europe.
8. CONTACT DETAILS FOR ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS AND/OR TO ISSUE A COMPLAINT
Via email: firstname.lastname@example.org