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Protection of personal data:
KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION considers it important to ensure the security and privacy of its customers’ personal data. KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION uses protection measures, both technical and organizational, to prevent the destruction, loss or modification of your personal data, as well as to protect them against unauthorized publication or access. In our business activities, we comply with current legislation on data protection and data security.
Unless you voluntarily choose to provide such data (e.g., by registering or filling out a survey) or consent to the collection of such data, or the collection of such data is registering or completing a survey) or consent to the collection of such data, or the collection of such data is permitted under applicable data protection laws and regulations, KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION will not collect your personal data such as name, address, telephone number or e-mail address through its website.
You may be asked to provide your personal data on this website. All personal data is collected in a database and stored carefully on a secure server. KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION takes care of the database management itself. Where appropriate, e-mail addresses and other personal data may be used for KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION promotions and advertising purposes.
In accordance with the Data Protection legislation 2016/679 of the European Parliament (GDPR) and the LO 03/2018 on Data Protection and Digital Guarantees (LOPGDD), you have the right to modify your data and to object to their use for commercial purposes.
KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION will spare no effort to preserve the confidentiality of your data. Your data will not be given or sold to third parties. However, by visiting KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION Website, you acknowledge that the transmission of personal data via the Internet is not 100% risk-free. It will not be possible to claim against KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION for any damages resulting from the use of your data by unauthorized third parties.
In case you provide us with your personal data, these will be used primarily to answer questions or to grant you access to specific information.
In addition, in the context of our relationship with you, the following actions are possible:
- Storing and processing your personal data in order to give us a more complete picture of your needs and how we can improve our products and services;
- Use your personal data to contact you in connection with a promotion or to conduct online surveys to learn more about your needs.
If you do not want us to use your personal data to support our business relationship with you (especially for direct marketing or market research), we will respect your choice. We will not give or sell your personal data to third parties and will only make it available to companies associated with KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION.
KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION will only collect, apply or publish the personal data you provide online for the purposes you have indicated, unless its publication:
- Relates to the use of the personal data for a supplementary purpose directly connected to the original purpose for which the personal data was collected;
- Is necessary to draw up, conclude or perform a contract with you;
- Is required by law or by order of the competent authorities or judicial authorities;
- Is required to establish or defend a legal claim or legal defence;
- Is required to prevent fraud or other unlawful activities, such as deliberate attacks on KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION’s information technology systems;
- Is required to prevent fraud or other unlawful activities, such as deliberate attacks on KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION’s information technology systems.
Communication or user data
When using telecommunication services to access our website, communication data is generated technically (e.g. via your internet protocol address) or user data is generated (e.g. information on the start, end and duration of access and information on the telecommunication services accessed) that can be linked to your personal data. Your communication or user data may only be collected, processed and used in case of compelling necessity and always in accordance with the applicable data protection legislation.
Automatic collection of non-personal data
Whenever you visit our website, we may automatically (i.e. without registration) collect non-personal data about you (such as the type of internet browser or operating system used, the website previously visited, the number of visits, the average duration of each visit and the number of pages viewed). This data allows us to determine the attractiveness of our own website and to improve its performance or its content.
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You have the right to receive free information about your stored data: the right to be notified in case of changes to your data, in case of blocking, withdrawal or deletion. If you have any questions regarding surveys, processing or application of your data or also regarding the results, communication, blocking or removal of data, you can contact us by e-mail, regular mail or fax.
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Questions and Comments
KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION will be pleased to respond to reasonable requests to consult your personal information and to adjust, modify or delete any inaccuracies. If you have any questions or comments about KB | INTERNATIONAL LAW & ARBITRATION’s data protection policy, please click “Contact” and ask your question. Our data protection policy needs to be constantly adjusted as the Internet develops. Any changes to our data protection policy will be published on this page.