What is the purpose of our website?
NavInfo Europe B.V has created this website in order to communicate our mission, expertise, and services to casual visitors, potential clients, and current customers. NavInfo Europe also shares content relating to industry trends, news, and blog posts generated by us or third-party sources.
What data do we collect?
To improve the user experience of our website, we collect data from visitors to inform us of their behavior and how that reflects on the performance of our website. This data includes:
How is this data used?
Personal data submitted to us through this website and personal data we collected from you, third parties, or public sources will be used for the purposes identified in the following policy:
Our policy follows article 5 of the GDPR provisions.
Your personal data will be used to:
How is personal data protected?
Security of our visitor’s personal data is important for NavInfo Europe. Our organization takes thorough organizational, technical, and administrative measures necessary to protect your personal data.
We are proud to inform you that NavInfo Europe is ISO-27001 certified, meaning that we abide by international regulations and standards regarding information security.
Where is this data processed?
Your data is processed within the EU and some of the cookie data is processed in the United States in a manner that complies with the most up-to-date and stringent regulations regarding protecting data privacy. This is because we use both first-party cookies, administered by us, which get processed in the EU, and third-party cookies that can be administered outside the EU in the United States.
NavInfo Europe takes the necessary precautions to ensure that your data is handled safely in a manner that complies with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
Visitors can upload image files for testing purposes through our demo tool and received an anonymized output. In this case, NavInfo Europe will process personal information present in those files to detect and anonymize them. Photos that users upload will be stored in the browser cache until the user's session has timed out. Anonymized images are stored for quality control purposes and then automatically deleted after 48 hours.
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