This Policy sets out how Classical Futures Europe (CFE) uses and protects any personal data that you provide by using CFE (including personal data provided through the “Website” www.classicalfutures.eu). We are committed to protecting your personal data and this Policy tells you about your privacy rights and how the law protects you.
Cookies and Analytics
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent to your browser so that it is recognised (“session cookie”). Cookies enable your actions and preferences to be remembered in order to facilitate your navigation of the website (“permanent cookies”). The cookies are stored on your hard drive. The cookies may be installed by the server of the website that you visit (first party) or by partners with which our website collaborates (third party). The cookies only read the information sent by the cookie. They do not have access to other information.
Functional and performance cookies
We may use third-party Service Providers, such as Google Analytics, to monitor and analyse the use of our Site.
Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. Google uses the data collected to track and monitor the use of our Service. This data is shared with other Google services. Google may use the collected data to contextualise and personalise the ads of its own advertising network.
For more information on the privacy practices of Google, please visit the Google Privacy & Terms page.
How can you delete and deactivate cookies?
You can delete, deactivate or accept the website’s cookies at any time by configuring your browser settings. To find out how to delete, deactivate or accept cookies, visit your browser’s website via the following links: Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer
Data Usage Policy
CFE considers personal data as confidential information. It shall not communicate them to third parties under conditions other than those specified in the Policy or under the conditions in which it is required by law, including the competent authorities who request it.
CFE may transmit to third parties the personal information of its Users insofar as this information is necessary for the execution of a contract with its Users. In such a case, such third parties shall not communicate this information to other third parties, except in one of the following two situations:
(i) disclosure by these third parties of such information to their suppliers or subcontractors to the extent necessary for the performance of the contract, and
(ii) where such third parties are obliged by the regulations in force to disclose certain information or documents to the competent authorities regarding the anti-money-laundering, as well as to any competent public authority in general.
The disclosure of such information to the aforementioned persons shall in all circumstances be limited to what is strictly necessary or required by the applicable regulations.
Personal data will not be used for direct marketing purposes for products or services other than those to which the User has already subscribed, unless the User has explicitly consented thereto by ticking the boxes provided for this purpose (“opt-in”).
When the User has given his/her consent for the use of these information for direct marketing purposes, the User retains the right to oppose such use at any time, upon request and free of charge. To do so, the User must unsubscribe with the corresponding link by ticking the box of the Website. The User shall in all cases be responsible for the veracity of the data provided and shall inform CFE of any amendments to the data.
You can learn what Personal Data we have about you by contacting us on the form at www.classicalfutures.eu/contact. We will provide you with the response within five working days.
If you want your data to be completely removed from our database, please send us a request on the form at www.classicalfutures.eu/contact. If you want to stop receiving our newsletters and other mailings, please use the unsubscribe button which can be found on the bottom of each communication.
You have the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of your residence, if you consider that the processing of your personal data infringes applicable data protection law.