By using this site, you agree to the collection and use of your personal information by Qjure in accordance with the terms of this policy.
Qjure may modify this policy to adapt to any new technology, or simply to adjust to changes made to our website. All updates of our policy will be posted on this page.
The information is gathered so that we can:
Provide you with information about Qjure and our products, programs and promotions.
So that you may purchase products.
Design, maintain, manage, improve, market and provide products and services on our site.
"Personal Information" is personally identifiable information, such as your name, address, email address, birth date and gender.
We may require simply your name and email address for a basic subscription whereby we email you information concerning coming events and new seminars, courses and services. You may also give us basic information when you sign up for a forum.
Personal information is only collected by us when you choose to provide it to us through various forms we may have on this web site.
Our Web server automatically collects Non-Personal Information. When you visit certain pages on our site, our servers send you cookies. Our servers also record your IP address (IP stands for Internet Protocol, a number that locates you on the internet) and our web pages you have visited.
This electronic non-personal information is transmitted to us automatically.
You can turn cookies off, if you wish and still visit our web site. For instructions on how to do this, see the help menu in your browser.
Your non personal information, such as your IP address can be used for various general purposes, including:
to estimate the number of individuals in various countries or regions of the world that visit our web site
to estimate the time and nature of traffic to our web site and specific pages on our web site
Privacy of Personal and Non-Personal Information
Your personal information, (that you choose to send to us), is protected and saved on a computer in the office of Qjure, the Netherlands.
Non-personal information is saved on a server that is provided by Protagonist, the Netherlands. This area of the shared server is protected by a user name and password that is only used by Qjure employees.
Qjure saves personal information only during the period when it is necessary or useful. Your personal information will not be shared with ANYONE without your consent, save the following exceptions: All organizations or entities controlled by Qjure, or that control us. A corporate restructuring (partnership, merger or sale of Qjure to another organization) could take place in the future.
It may also be used to satisfy regulatory or legal requirements.
It is important for you to read the Terms and conditions of use of this web site and also to protect your password and user name, that may be provided on this web site.