Privacy & Cookie Statement
What are personal data?
Personal data are any data that can identify a natural person (directly or indirectly). Personal data may be a name or telephone number, but also a birth date or IP address, for instance.
What personal data does AOMB process and why?
AOMB processes your personal data when you have your self-provided AOMB with this data. Think of the situation that you register for a meeting or newsletter, apply for a certain job with AOMB or use our services in any other way. We process your personal data for the purpose we received it for. If you register for a meeting or newsletter, we will use your (email) address to send you the newsletter, or use your name to put you on the list of participants. In addition, we can use your personal data to keep you informed or inform you on our (new)products and/or services.
What are my privacy rights?
If you do not wish to receive information on AOMB’s products and services (any longer), you can make this known by sending us an email. You also have the right to request access your personal data as stored by AOMB, or have it corrected or removed.
We use Google Analytics to measure and analyze the use of our website. With this data on the use of our website we can further improve our website. Google also uses this data itself, in conformity with its own conditions. Please note that this information can change regularly, we cannot influence that.
Changes of privacy and cookie statement
As privacy and cookie legislation is changed from time to time, this privacy & cookie statement is also subject to change. We recommend therefore that you consult this statement regularly.
If you wish to make an aforementioned request, have any questions o rwish to receive more information after reading this privacy & cookie statement, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org.