This Privacy Statement tells you about our privacy practices and the options available to you on how to collect information about you and your online activity and how to use them. This statement is readily available from our homepage https://audemedia.com/ and at the bottom of every page of our AUDEMEDIA web site.
When developing AUDEMEDIA privacy policies and standards, we adhere to and take into account all key principles and frameworks worldwide, including the OECD Privacy and Cross-Border Guidelines, of the EU Directive 95 / 46 / EC, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation privacy framework and the Madrid resolution on international privacy standards.
AUDEMEDIA has also introduced a set of binding corporate rules, which have been adopted by all data protection regulators in the European Economic Area. The rules ensure proper protection of the personal data of the persons covered in the European Economic Area when processing by any of the AUDEMEDIA entities.
AUDEMEDIA is committed to resolving privacy-related complaints and collecting or using personal information. AUDEMEDIA further undertakes to report any unsolved privacy complaints by EU citizens or residents regarding the transfer of their personal data by the authorities to an independent dispute resolution mechanism.
AUDEMEDIA collects the personal information of its visitors/users only when they themselves voluntarily provide it. Personal information is information that can be used to identify or communicate with a person as well as other information about that person. The administrator may use this information for information purposes or to submit proposals for new offers, unless the latter wishes. The webmaster will not sell or otherwise transfer or disclose personal information of its visitors/users to third parties not affiliated with AUDEMEDIA without the consent of the visitor/user, with the exception of the application of relevant legal requirements and to the only competent authorities.
Links to other websites
AUDEMEDIA may send you newsletters or print content that corresponds to your specialty, and may also provide social media capabilities that allow you to share information on your social networks and interact with AUDEMEDIA sites networking. Using these features may lead to the collection or sharing of information about you, as appropriate. We recommend that you review the privacy policies and settings on the social media sites you interact with to ensure that you understand what information may be collected, used and disclosed from these sites.
Collection of personal information
AUDEMEDIA collects, extracts and uses personal information to better serve you and personalize your experience and interaction with the Company. This collection is done after proper notice and assurance of your own consent and with the necessary procedures of the data protection authorities, where appropriate.
AUDEMEDIA may collect personal information from you for the purpose of completing various transactions, such as:
- service orders, activations, and subscriptions
- profile creation and user verification
- requests for information
- subscriptions to marketing or support services
AUDEMEDIA only collects and processes the personal data of the Website users specifically mentioned below, as well as in it General Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy, in the manner specifically stated below.
- AUDEMEDIA shall not transmit to third parties, other than relevant authorities, as required by law or administrative command, the personal data of the users without their prior written consent and shall not use them for any purpose other than the aforementioned.
- For statistical and security purposes a record is kept of requests for access to the Website and the number of visitors of each web page, without any other data that could lead to the identification of the visitors. Surfing the Website shall be considered as consent by the user to collect and process such data.
- AUDEMEDIA take all measures required for the protection of the users’ data from accidental or intentional manipulation, loss, destruction or access by unauthorized persons.
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The cookies we use do not collect data that reveal your personal identity and therefore, do not make it possible for us to identify you. Our Website may contain links to other websites not owned/managed by us (third-party content, links, and plugins). We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these websites.
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