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If you make any settings or choices on the site, information about it can be saved in the cookie. Next time you visit the same site, you will not need to redo these settings. Instead, the cookie announces that the visitor has been there earlier and what settings have been made. Therefore, cookies are used for practical reasons to make it easier for you to visit us.
Two types of cookies
There are two types of cookies. One is only stored temporarily and disappears when you close your browser. This type of cookie is used when you visit www.micropol.com. The other type is saved as a file on your computer for a longer time and is used when you visit us again. We do not save any personal information via cookies. Information about the visitor cannot be tracked.
If you want to turn off cookies
If you do not want any cookies, you can turn them off in your browser. You can also set the browser to send a request each time the site tries to place a cookie on your computer. Through the browser, previously stored cookies can also be deleted. See the browser’s help pages for more information.
About personal data and GDPR
Information about what we mean by personal data and how we treat your personal information and what rights you have.
What is personal data?
Personal data is all kinds of information that can be tracked to a living person. For instance name, address, phone number and social security number.
How we use your personal data
Micropol is responsible for the personal data that you provide us. The information is used to answer your questions and to inform you about news. We also document the communication we have with you to provide the best possible service and to fulfill our commitments.
We ensure that the data we have is kept updated and that it is saved as long as it is relevant. Information is sent to third parties only if it is necessary for us to fulfill our commitments to you as a customer. You are entitled to receive information about which personal data we have registered about you and how these data are used. You are also entitled to request that we correct or delete information about you.
The new General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, regulates all forms of information processing associated with a person. The rules are for the protection of personal data inside and outside the EU.
You can get more information about GDPR via the European Commission.