What is Campaign Compass?
Campaign Compass is a web application developed and operated by Aqua Platform, a business incorporated in The Netherlands. We have a page with our company and address details and a contact form.
What personal data we process and why we process it
When you visit this website
We use Google Analytics to count the number of visits and how often individual web pages are viewed. We enabled the setting in Google Analytics to anonymize IP addresses before processing, so that these statistics can not be traced back to individuals.
When you contact us
If you contact us by using the contact form, or by sending us an e-mail directly, your name and e-mail address, plus any additional personal data you include, will be received by us and stored for the purpose of sending you a response. We will not share this data with any third parties unless explicitly required by law or a court order. You have the right to access any data we collected about you, to correct that data if you so desire, to have the data erased if you so desire. If you object to your personal data being processed by us, we recommend to not contact us to begin with.
When you are a customer
As a customer of Aqua Platform, you should be aware that we process personal information about you. This may include your name and e-mail address, the name and postal address of the business you represent, and any additional business details we need for our financial administration. You have to right to review the data we collected and to ask us to make corrections where needed. However, we will not be able to erase your data, since fiscal regulations dictate that we keep a record of our customer data for at least 7 years. We will not share your data in any way with any third parties unless explicitly required by law or a court order.
Personal data in blog post comments and cookies
When you post a comment on this website
When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data entered in comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string, as part of our efforts to help spam detection and prevention.
We process information about visitors who comment using the Akismet anti-spam service. The information we collect includes the commenter’s IP address, user agent, referrer, and Site URL (along with other information directly provided by the commenter such as their name, username, email address, and the comment itself).
If you do not want your personal data and profile picture to be visible in a comment on our site, then we recommend not posting that comment to begin with.
Cookies on our website
If you leave a comment on our site you may opt-in to saving your name, email address and website in cookies. These are for your convenience so that you do not have to fill in your details again when you want to leave another comment in the future. These cookies will last for one year.
Cookies will also be set and read by Google Analytics for the purpose of website statistics as described above. These cookies do not contain personal data and use an anonymized IP address, so that they can not be traced back to individuals.
Website security, secure processing of personal data
Protecting our website from malicious activity
The IP address of visitors, and usernames being used in login attempts are logged to check for malicious activity, and to protect our sites from attacks. Examples of conditions when logging occurs include login attempts, requests for suspicious or non-existent URLs. This information is retained for 14 days and is never shared with any third party.
Secure processing of personal data
We have implemented several technical and organisational measures to help us protect any personal data we process. We use Google’s G Suite for e-mail services, which employs advanced security measures to help prevent against data breaches. The computer equipment we use (including PCs and laptops, mobile phones) are protected using secure passwords and active physical measures. We have guidelines in place to ensure only authorized staff members have access to records of personal data, and only if the execution of their work requires access to such data.
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