On 25 May 2018, for all EU Member States, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force. All visitors to our website are subject to personal data and have different rights in this respect. This policy is intended to inform you of the principles of protection and personal data of visitors to our site. This policy will not remain constant over time. It will be improved and developed along with the development of personal data processing.
Protection of personal information
The privacy of your personal data is our priority and we protect the privacy and guarantee the security of your personal data as our visitors. When you visit our website, third-party web servers (such as Google) will temporarily retain your device’s connectivity data with our website, as well as the pages you visit, credentials of your browser and operating system type, and the website from which you were referred to www.intecoinstruments.com. These data can not be used to identify the personal data (name, address, etc.) of the particular user. They are anonymous and are used solely for statistical purposes by providing us with information on how to improve our site to get quality information about our services provided in it. We do not collect or process other personal data for you. Exceptions are voluntary data when filling in contact forms, inquiries, subscribing to news from our site, namely your name, telephone number or e-mail address. You provide these data in connection with your specific request to provide a specific service issue, express dissatisfaction or satisfaction, and without them, we can not contact you to provide you with the requested information.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are saved to your device while visiting websites. Typically, cookies contain the site name, unique ID, and expiration date. They can also record how long you are on a page, which links you click, and more. “Cookies” can not be used to disclose your identity or personal information.
Shelf life of the data
The data (name, telephone, e-mail) provided voluntarily by you when filling in any of the contact forms, queries or questions are kept for up to 10 years. After this time, the data is automatically deleted. The data (name, telephone, e-mail) provided voluntarily by you filling in the newsletter form from our site with your explicit consent upon clicking on the subscription button is stored until you request a written write-off from receiving news.
Right to delete data for you
Although you have voluntarily submitted your data in the contact form, inquiry or information, you have the right to ask us to delete the information by submitting it in writing by filling in the form below.
If you have a dispute about the lawfulness of the storage and processing of your personal information, you have the right to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Commission. However, the correctness of the relationship is of great importance to us, and in this connection it could be very constructive if you first contact us to discuss and resolve the issue.