Combat Point doesn’t share data about visitors of its website to third parties.
Where reference is made below about technical characteristics of a request, click, display, search or similar it means: requested URL, IP number, time, HTTP referrer URL (sometimes including your keywords in a search engine), user agent string, browser type, screen size, and the like. We do not check (if that were possible) who is using which IP number at what time and we therefore do not trace this data to your person.
Combat Point doesn’t register any special personal data, relating for example to religion or belief, race or ethnicity, health, sexual life, criminal justice, political opinion or membership of a trade union.
When you visit our websites, the technical features of your requests are recorded in log files on our servers. These data are kept for statistical analysis only for several months. We do not check (if that were possible) who is using which IP number at what time and we therefore do not trace this data to your person.
When you use a search function on our websites, your search terms can together with the technical features be kept in log files on our servers. These data are kept for statistical analysis only for several months. We do not check (if that were possible) who is using which IP number at what time and we therefore do not trace this data to your person.
Ad impressions and clicks
Ad impressions and clicks are recorded by Combat Point and (if any) by ad networks to which Combat Point participates.
When you click on an advertisement, the technical characteristics of the click through can be stored by Combat Point for several months in log files for the purposes of the financial statements. We do not check (if that were possible) who is using which IP number at what time and we therefore do not trace this data to your person.
By showing ads and so-called ‘beacons’ these parties place 'cookies' in and read your web browser. A web beacon is a small invisible image that is integrated in a web page in order to register a query of that page. A cookie can be seen as a small file containing impersonal data, which is used to correlate different retrievals from your browser with each other. A cookie can be used by Combat Point and ad networks for example to save your preferences or user settings, to stay logged into an interactive part of a website, or to tailor advertisements to the interests and preferences based on your visit to Combat Point websites and other sites on the Internet.
The Google advertising network places a DoubleClick DART cookie to tailor the advertisements to the interests and preferences based on your visits to Combat Point websites and other sites on the Internet. You can opt out of this cookie, after which you may get to see less-relevant ads.
When you subscribe or unsubscribe to any of our email newsletters, the technical characteristics of your transaction together with your email address are then stored for several months. Your email address will only be stored in the registry list for the purpose of sending the relevant newsletter for the entire term of your registration. You’re allowed to use an email address for your registration that cannot be traced to your person. You can unsubscribe at any time for any of our newsletters, in a reasonable manner that is listed at the bottom of each edition of the newsletter. If you are unable to log off in this way, then we will remove it from the registration list after receipt of such written request.
Contact forms and email
When you on one of our websites fill in and send us a contact, registration or information form, or send us an email, the data that you provide us with the technical characteristics are retained by us as long as is necessary or reasonable for a full response of the form and your message. Your message can also be saved in our email archive, where due to backup procedures and legal obligations can be kept for 7 years.
Participating in interactive areas of our site
When you participate in interactive areas of our site (such as a forum, membership site or electronic (learning) environment) that require you to register and / or login, then you are free to fill in personal information in your profile, in your signature, the posts you make, and the like. This data is stored for an unlimited period, appears in the relevant section of the website and made accessible by search engines. This information is published by you and is your responsibility. You are free when registering to use a made up name (pseudonym, nickname) and no - or fictitious – personal information and post only anonymous. The information posted by you are exceptionally anonymized or deleted upon receipt of a request being motivated, written request to substantiate a reasonable interest.
When you sign up for activities or services of Combat Point (like a (learning) package with access to an electronic (learning) environment, training or similar gathering) for which truthful personal information is expected from you, Combat Point will only use the data for that purpose (including our management, communication about the activity, to perform the activity, billing and financial accounting, legal obligations, etc.).
Interviews and quotes
When you are interviewed or quoted on any of our websites and over time a reasonable objection to the continued publication of the text stating your name, and your name is in fact irrelevant to the reader, we are generally prepared to on your request anonymise your name in the interview or quote and replace it with a fictitious name (stating "the name at the request of fictitious person").
Links to other websites
On the website you will find a number of links to other websites. Although these websites have been carefully selected, we cannot accept any responsibility to the use of your information by these organizations. Please read the privacy statement, when present, of the website you visit.
Exceptions: abuse, liabilities
If in our opinion there is abuse or improper use of our facilities, we can deny access to certain IP numbers and / or email addresses for a definite or indefinite period of time. In forms of abuse involving third prejudicial to their interests, we can provide the relevant information to these third parties. In cases of abuse we may attempt to trace the data to your person, for example, to contact you, a parent, guardian, teacher, supervisor, manager, responsible for the like, or to make a declaration or in right to appeal.
Combat Point shall make information available when it is required by the authorities.
We reserve the right to make changes to the privacy statement. Therefore regularly check the privacy statement for an update.
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