1. Scope of this directive
2. Personal data
3. Intended use of personal data
Most of our services do not require registration, so you can visit our site without telling us who you are. However, for some services, you may be required to provide personal information. If you choose to withhold personal information requested by us, you may not be able to access certain parts of the site or do business with us and respond to your request. We may collect and use personal information to provide you with products or services, to charge you for products and services, to market products and servicesthat we believe may be of interest to you about updates on our website or companyor othermarketing information orto communicate with you for anyother purpose thatis apparent from the circumstances or about which we inform you when we collectpersonal information from you.
In addition, personal information may be disclosed to third parties where required byapplicable law, court order or administrativeorder, or where such disclosure isrequired to support legitimate requests frompublic authorities.
5. Rightto information, rectification and opposition
In accordance with applicable data protection laws, you have the right to object to the processing of your personal data if such processing is inappropriate for a legitimate business purpose, asdescribed in this policy. In the case of electronic directmarketing,we offer you a method that allows you to opt-out of receiving additionalmarketing materials or a way to get involved if required by law. Ifyou wish to contactus regarding the use of your personal information or the processing of your personalinformation, please send us an e-mail email@example.com. When contacting us, please be aware of the specific information that we would like to correct, update or delete, as well as a correct identification of you. Requests to delete personal data are subjectto all applicable legal and ethical reporting, filing and / orretention requirements.
6. Security and confidentiality
To ensure the security and confidentiality of the personal information we collect, we use data networks that are protected, inter alia, by industry-standard firewallsand password protection. In the course of dealing with your personal information,we take measures that are appropriate to protect this information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure,alteration or destruction.
You acknowledge, however, that all information sent over the Internet is not secure. These data may be viewed by unauthorized third parties, which may be necessary fordisclosure,changes in content or technical failure.
7. Data transmission abroad
FRACHT GROUP is a global company with databases in various countries, some ofwhich are operated by the local FRACHT GROUP Company and some operated bythird parties on behalf ofthe local FRACHT GROUP. We maytransfer your information to one of the Group's databases outside your country of residence, possibly also to countries that may not require an adequate level of protection of your personal information compared to the level of privacy that applies in your country. However, we undertake to take all necessary measures to comply with all local and worldwide data protection laws, including the Swiss Data Protection Code, the German Data Protection Regulation, the European Union Data Protection Directive and the Safe Harbor Framework of the US Department of Commerce.
8. Cookies and log files
We may collect and process information about your visit to this site, such as: For example, the pages you visited, the page you came from, and some of the searches you made. We use this information to improve the content of the site, to map usage patterns, and to aggregate statistics about individuals / companies who use our site for internal market research purposes. In doing so, we may install cookies that capture the user's domain name, your Internet Service Provider, your operating system, and the date and time of access. Most web browsers are set to accept cookies. However, you can reset your browser to reject all cookies or specify when a cookie is sent. Note, however, that some sections of our site may not function properly if you decline cookies.
An internetworking protocol ("IP address") address is a 32-digit binary number that is automatically assigned to your computer when it connects to the Internet and identifies each sender or recipient of nformation. We can use IP addresses to analyze trends, manage the page, track the user's movements, and collect comprehensive demographic information for overall usage. We can store log files of these IP addresses for administrative, security and statistical purposes. However, these addresses are not linked to personal information.
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