Network Objects is committed to your privacy. We do not require you to provide any information or register with us, except:
If you are looking for more information on our services and products and require us to get back to you; if you are looking for an opportunity of working with us; or may subscribe to any promotional material, such as a newsletter that we may provide. In which case, we require you to fill a form that collects your email address, contact number, and the industry you operate.
Some cookies we use are essential to the functioning of our website and may retain information about you and your interests.
We endeavor to protect the confidentiality and security of any information we obtain from you through policies and procedures designed to safeguard from any misuse.
We do not collect personal information through our website for dissemination or sale to outside parties for consumer marketing purposes; we do not provide host mailings on behalf of third-parties.
You are legally entitled to request details of any personal information we may be holding about you. Please do contact us if so required.
We do not take responsibility to information stored on third-party servers through our sites, such as social media.
Network Objects may only disclose your personal information:
This website is not intended for use by children. We do not knowingly collect or maintain information about children.
Network Objects reserves the right to change this privacy statement as needed. Please note that it may take up to 30 business days before new privacy practices are implemented. Check this page periodically if you wish to monitor those changes.
If you have registered for any updates through Networkobjects.com, and no longer wish to receive future e-mails, you may end your subscription via our unsubscribe page that is made available within the application through which you registered.
In case of any concerns regarding privacy or security of your personal details, please do contact us. If unsatisfied with the way the complaint is resolved, you may choose to escalate the complaint to the data protection authority in your country. You may also refer the matter to a court of competent jurisdiction.