The management and protection of the visitor / user’s personal data of the platform is subject to the terms of this notice, as well as, to national, community and international law on the protection of individuals from the processing of personal data, as is currently the case (GDPR). Data processing will be done in accordance with the general terms and conditions set out in the respective legislation relevant to the protection of personal data.
Any future relevant regulation will be the subject of this notice. In any case, Inku reserves the right to change the terms of protection of personal data in accordance with the relevant applicable legal framework.
Consequently, the present privacy terms may be reviewed and updated at any time and without notice. Platform users / visitors are kindly requested to periodically review these terms for any changes, as continued use of the platform implies acceptance of any possible modifications to the platform.
The company Inku collects personal data of visitors / users only when they voluntarily provide them for the purpose of providing services / asking queries / applying for a position.
The visitor / user grants the company permission to collect, maintain and process the personal data it has given on its own free will.
Inku does not sell or otherwise transmit or disclose personal information of the visitors / users of the platform to third parties not related to it without the consent of the visitor / user, except only in the event that the company is obligated to do so due to legislation and request from the pertinent public authorities.
Inku is possible to process part or all of the data sent by the visitors / users for statistical purposes and to improve the information services provided, as well as, for communication purposes and for filling in available job positions.
The visitor / user can contact the platform manager to cross-check the personal file, correct it, change it or delete it via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inku may collect user platform identification data using corresponding technologies such as cookies and / or Internet Protocol (IP) address tracking. Cookies are small text files that are stored on the hard drive of each visitor / user and do not know any document or file from their computer. They are used to facilitate visitor / user access to the use of specific services and / or pages for statistical purposes and to determine which areas are useful or popular. These data may also include the browser type used by the visitor / user, the type of computer, its operating system, Internet service providers and other information of this kind. In addition, the platform’s information system automatically collects information about the locations visited by its visitor / user and about the links to third-party websites that it may choose through the use of the platform.
The platform may include links to other sites under the responsibility of third parties (natural or legal persons). Under no circumstances is Inku responsible on the conditions for the protection of personal data which these websites follow.
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