Data Protection & Privacy
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- Email: contact (at ) agmnet.org
- Phone: +49 341 30878125
Responsible for the content: Kari Finn
- Email: kari (at) win10.guru
- Phone: +49 341 30878124
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Data protection & Privacy: The short version
See full policy: https://win10.guru/gdpr/
We do not collect, use and process any personal data without your explicit consent. Once declared, consent can be revoked at any time with effect for the future.
In general, when visiting Win10.guru, no personal data are saved. However, these data can be given on a voluntary basis. No data will be passed on to third parties without your consent. We point out that in regard to unsecured data transmission in the internet (e.g. via email), security cannot be guaranteed. Such data could possibly be accessed by third parties.
Only personal data we collect and store is subscriber name and email addresses. We will only contact subscribers by sending information about new posts newsletters. Win10.guru will in no circumstances sell or give any of these personal data to any third parties nor do we send any unsolicited emails.
You can request your data to be removed any time by contacting us or using Unsubscribe link on any email you have received from us.
In case you have any complaints, please visit European Union’s Online Dispute Resolution site to get information about how to proceed: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home2.show&lng=EN
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The following terms can help you to understand and control cookies:
– Cookies that are installed on your device by the Web site-operating organization are called “first-party Cookies”.
– Cookies that are installed on your device via the website you are visiting are called “third-party Cookies”. This is, for example, a cookie that has been installed by a Web site analysis company to provide Web site operators with information about the number of visitors to their website.
– So-called “permanent cookies” will remain on your device even if you close your Internet browser. They are activated each time you visit the Web page that created this cookie. For example, if a Web page uses a “permanent cookie” to remember your login information, you don’t have to type it every time you visit the Web page.
– “Session Cookies”, on the other hand, are not permanently stored and are usually used to serve a Web page, such as allowing a user to move from one page to the next without having to log on again. As soon as you close your browser, all session cookies will be deleted on your computer.
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