The information we collect
Should you have chosen to complete the contact form on our Website or have asked for a free-of-charge analysis, you will be required to provide some personal information such as name, phone number, e-mail, as indicated on an identity document and other personal information depending on the specifics of the service or your request. The information gathered is processed by NATIONAL ARCHIVES CORP Ltd. for the sole purpose of providing the services you have requested and for contacting you as our clients. Should you choose to receive our newsletter, the purpose of this operation is to administer the process of sending the bulletin to those users who have declared their wish to receive it. If at any given time as users you change your mind and decide that you do not wish to receive our newsletter, there is a link in it via which you can unsubscribe. You are not obliged and we do not require you to enter or provide personally identifiable (personal) information in order to view our Website or to access most of its content. Should you, at your own discretion or desire, make any of your personal data, specific details or other information about you and your actions public on the publicly accessible sections of the Website, you should be aware that the Personal Data Protection Act does not apply to it and therefore NATIONAL ARCHIVES CORP Ltd. shall not bear any responsibility for it.
Your rightsYou have:
● the right of access to your personal data processed by NATIONAL ARCHIVES CORP Ltd.;
● the right to request appropriate correction, deletion or blocking of your personal data and the right to object at any time against the processing of your personal data when there are legitimate reasons for doing so;
● the right to be notified before your personal data is disclosed to third parties for the first time or used on their behalf for the purposes of direct marketing and you are given the opportunity to object to such disclosure and use;
● the right to object to your personal data being used for direct marketing purposes.
Should you wish to exercise your right to access or correct or delete your personal information, you may contact us in a manner convenient to you.
We collect and exchange the personal information in the following ways:Contact form, used to answer inquiries from our customers:
● e-mail address (not to be published);
● Company / Organization;
Request for free-of-charge analysis:
● e-mail address (not to be published);
The contact details you provide are used for the following purposes:
● to identify your inquiries submitted through the contact form or through another online customer service channel;
● data received in the form of a message is stored for no more than 15 days or after a response to a query, whichever occurs first;
● Feedback for the purposes of clarifying your inquiry
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How are cookies used on this Website?
What cookies are used on this Website?Session cookies
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Third party cookies
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