Note about children
Children under the age of 15 are not eligible to use the Site, and we ask that they do not submit any personal information to us.
The Site is operated by Intro Ops from its offices in the Netherlands. Intro Ops makes no representation that the information located on the Site is appropriate or available for use in other locations, and access to the Site from territories where the content of the Site may be illegal is prohibited. Those who choose to access the Site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with applicable local laws. All matters relating to your access to, and use of, the Site shall be governed by Dutch federal law or the laws of the Netherlands. Any legal action or proceeding relating to your access to, or use of, the Site shall be instituted in Huizen, The Netherlands . You and Intro Ops agree to submit to the jurisdiction of, and agree that venue is proper in, these courts in any such legal action or proceeding.
Member account, password and security
If any of the Site features requires you to open an account, you must complete the registration process by providing us with current, complete and accurate information as prompted by the applicable registration form. You also will choose a password and a user name. You are entirely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your password and account. Furthermore, you are entirely responsible for any and all activities that occur under your account. You agree to notify Intro Ops immediately of any unauthorized use of your account or any other breach of security. Intro Ops will not be liable for any loss that you may incur as a result of someone else using your password or account, either with or without your knowledge. However, you could be held liable for losses incurred by Intro Ops or another party due to someone else using your account or password. You may not use anyone else’s account at any time, without the permission of the account holder.
At Intro Ops, we intend to give you as much control as possible over your personal information. In general, you can visit Intro Ops on the Web without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. There are times, however, when we may need information from you, such as your name and contact information. It is our intent to let you know before we collect personal information from you on the Internet.
If you choose to give us personal information via the Internet that we or our business partners may need — to correspond with you, process an order or provide you with personalized information services, for example — it is our intent to let you know how we will use such information. If you tell us that you do not wish to have this information used as a basis for further contact with you, we will respect your wishes. You can send your request along with your exact name, address and email address to email@example.com. We do keep track of the domains from which people visit us. We analyze this data for trends and statistics, and then we discard it. We do not sell any contact data, web traffic data or web traffic analysis.
We have implemented these practices for the Intro Ops web site — we are also instructing our employees around the world to include information on privacy practices everywhere information is collected on the Intro Ops web, tailored to what that portion of the site does and reflecting the practices outlined here.
The Intro Ops site contains links to other web sites. Intro Ops is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites.
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Working with cookies
A cookie is a very small text file placed on your hard drive by a web page server. It is essentially your identification card, and cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses. It is uniquely yours and can only be read by the server that gave it to you. A cookie’s purpose is to tell the server that you returned to that web page. A cookie saves you time. If you personalize pages, or register for products or services, a cookie helps MicroStrategy remember who you are. Next time you return, we know to show you the information you requested. Of course, if you never register or leave personal information with MicroStrategy, then the server only knows that someone with your cookie has returned to the web site. You are in charge of deciding whether we know anything about you. But the more you tell us about yourself, the more we can help you find information or products you want.
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