This page was last edited on 07-02-2017.
We're are aware of the trust you hold in us concerning your data. That's why we see it as our responsibility to value your privacy. On this page we tell you which data we collect when you visit our website, why we collect it and how we use it to improve the user experience.
Pario respects the privacy of all our users and will be discrete with the information you provide us with.
How we use the collected data
Use of our services
When you enlist for our services we will often ask for personal data. We use this data to be able to offer our services. We collect this data on secure servers of Pario or third party.
When you send us an e-mail or other forms of communication then it might be possible that we archive these messages. Sometimes we will ask for specific personal data when a certain situation calls for it This makes it possible to solve the situation and process your requests. All data will be stored on secured servers of Pario or third parties.
We collect data for research and to give better insights into our visitors/clients so we can change our website/services accordingly.
This website uses 'cookies' (text files which will be stored on your pc) to analyse how visitors use our website. The data collected by these cookies is stored on our secured servers or those of third parties (for example in case webstatistics it will be collected by Google Analytics).
The information won't be shared with other parties except if it's collected through those parties (like Google Analytics). Every one working for Pario is required to respect the confidentiality of the data your provide us with.
Choices of personal data
We provide the opportunity for our users to see, change or delete the personal data they provided us with. Contact us (see below)
When we start a newsletter we will always provide you with the opportunity to unsubscribe through a link at the bottom of the newsletter.
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