Privacy Policy

Artilium protects your personal online privacy according to the European and international data protection legislation.

Generally, a visitor need not register or give any personal identification to use our website. No software or hardware techniques are employed to capture a visitor's e-mail address or other personally identifiable information.

We only collect identifiable personal information that is specifically and voluntarily provided by a user to us. A visitor may choose to provide contact information. When a user provides this type of identifiable information to us, we use it solely for the purposes for which it was provided and secure your information as required by European Law. The user may at any time revoke his consent to the processing of personal data; Artilium will take all necessary measures to ensure that such a request is immediately carried out. Should you have questions or concerns however, feel free to direct these to us at info@artilium.com.

 

Here are our core principles on Personal Data Privacy which apply for Artilium internet activities:

  • Where visitors choose to provide us with a name, e-mail address or other information, they become customers, and Artilium keeps all such response confidential, following these principles.
  • Artilium will use your information solely for the purpose for which it was provided, given your allowance.
  • We will only use and disclose your information in accordance with your permission.
  • We do not collect, process or store personal data of infants, minors or persons without capacity to contract, unless the respective legal guardian has consented.
  • We let you change your information so that you can keep it up to date.
  • We let you change your information so that you can keep it up to date.
  • We will not sell or rent your private information to third parties.
  • We use secure technology and privacy protection programs to keep your information secure at any time on our servers.

Communication and Tracking (Cookies)

For better communication via the Internet, Artilium sometimes uses small text files (cookies) remembered by your browser according to its settings, so that you can navigate through our website easier. We also use this technique where appropriate, to keep track of page views and to personalise your communication with Artilium. We implement some of these cookies through our server technology on your storage device. The use of cookies is now standard procedure for most websites, however if you are uncomfortable with the use of cookies, change your browser settings to opt-out of receiving cookies. This however, may limit your ability to interact with the Artilium website.