Bannerbow never sell personal data, but we use different vendors to process or store the information for us, so we only share personal information that is necessary for these providers to perform these services. We require all companies that we share personal information with to protect this information in a consistent manner with our policy.
Contact and subscription form
When you choose to subscribe to our newsletter, contact us or submit your contact information to get in touch with us, the information you provide to us is saved in the web form. The information is stored so that we can give you the right service. We only keep your information as long as it is needed so that we can fulfill our commitment. You can choose to terminate your subscription to our newsletter at any time by clicking on unsubscribe in the newsletter.
How is personal data protected?
Bannerbow has taken several security measures to protect the personal data being processed. We have firewalls with intrusion protection that protect against external threats preventing unauthorized access to our networks and systems. Physical access to data is protected where only authorized staff have access. Our employees are instructed to handle all information in accordance with current laws and regulations.
COOKIES AND PIXELS:
What is a cookie (Cookie)
A cookie is a text file consisting of letters and numbers stored on your computer so that we can remember you, for example, saving previous preferences, navigation flow and third party marketing.
This type of cookie is set on the website you visit and enables certain functionalities on the website. A clear example for optimizing the user-friendliness with Cookies is your default option for the nearest coffee shop.
Use of third-party cookies
Based on your consent, we also use third-party cookies such as Google analytics, Facebook Pixel and Google tag manager. The data collected through third-party pixels we do not have access to and cannot control. Here we refer to information that is available from each supplier during their information on how they handle cookies.
In addition to Cookies, we also use so-called pixels, which come from other networks such as Google and Facebook. These pixels are used to provide advertising that is most relevant to your areas of interest in their own social networks.
It is possible for you to make settings on your computer that prevent us from placing cookies on your computer. In the help function of your browser, you can read more about changing the cookie settings or deleting cookies from your hard drive.