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About this site
- What types of personal data we collect from users of this Site,, How we process that data and for which purposes.
- Users can exercise their rights regarding personal data that was collected through the Site by deactivating their cookies.
What is personal data?
Our world is one large data base. If you own a home or a credit card chances are you have good digital presence or signature as a necessary result of being citizen of this world. For our purposes “Personal data” is any data provided to us through cookies by your use of our system. Data returned to us by your cookies is often very basic and simple, for example, your name and email address can be considered personal data. If you do not use any services online or do not input any information and use your computer or device only to access information, then no information other than your user’s technical specifications can be retrieved. In every case involving this website you are safe.
Do we collect personal data of our Site Users?
We collect personal data when you access the Site and its services in two ways: 1. Data we collect through your use of the Site and 2. Data you provide to us
- Data we collect through your use of the Site
As you browse the Site or use third party services related to our Site such as YouTube or Facebook, personal data is collected to ensure the effective functioning of the Site and the provision of services. We collect the following types of personal data:
- Log information
This includes data on the way you use our services, such as the web pages you visit, the time and date of your visit as well as your internet protocol (IP) address.
- Device and browser information
This includes data on your device and browser specifications, such as the type of operating system and version, browser type and language settings.
The processing of data is based on the legitimate interest to collect statistics on the use of the Site and monitor the Site and services for network and information security purposes.
Since there is no direct public interfacing through Office of the Director of Interpol, log, device and browser information is used to different average people from real terrorists who visit our website.
- Cookie information
Cookies collect personal data for statistics, from online form submissions and when third party services are embedded on the Site, such as videos and social media buttons. You can control these cookies in your browser settings.
2. Data you provide to us
Any data you may provide to us is directly understood as data provided to us by cookies or through your voluntary efforts such as a message that may or may not be approved for general public reading.
If any forms are offered by our website then we recieve your data when you fill out a form on our site or by registering or signing up for one of our services on the Site.
The Office of the Director of Intelligence for Interpol offers no forms at this time. However, there are certain services accessible through this site. These services provided for a specific purpose, such as subcribing to our blog.
How do we process data?
The data we collect through use of our site are processed in accordance with the highest ethics and with minimal interference with your life.
Just so long as you are not committing a crime when visiting us we will not disclose your personal data to third parties without your prior consent, unless specific circumstances arise under which we would consider ourselves required to do so (see below).
We keep your data secure by protecting it against risks which may violate its integrity and confidentiality.
- Data Subject Rights
You have the right to access, correct and delete your personal data. Make sure to look up your data with a simple credit check, they are free and this way you can feel more secure about your data and what you want taken off or think should be added.
How long do we store your personal data?
We store your personal data, collected through your use of the Site and data you provide to us, for an initial period of five years or until the purpose for which the data was collected has been reached.
Do we disclose your personal data?
As a general rule, we will not forward your personal data to third parties without your prior consent. Nevertheless, there may be circumstances under which we consider ourselves required to disclose your personal data for:
- the protection of your vital interests as well as those of other individuals;
- the establishment, exercise or defense of our Organization against any legal claims or allegations; or
- the protection and integrity of our site and the services provided through the Office of the Director of Intelligence
How do we process data for purposes of international police cooperation?
If the data we retreive is related to information on criminal activity, that data will be processed in the best way to procure justice.
- What are your rights as a data subject?
Your rights and data are secure as long as you are not involved as a conspirator in any kind of criminal activity.
What happens when you click on a link to a third party website or application?
When you arrive and leave to our website in good standing you take that good standing everywhere you travel on the Internet.
How will you be informed of updates to this Policy?
Updates to our policy will be given as needed. Also changes to this page will be effective immediately as soon as they are published.
How can you contact us?
INTERPOL General Secretariat 200, quai Charles de Gaulle 69006 Lyon France.