The Airborne Commemoration Foundation (ACF) respects your privacy and your possible wish to have control over private information kept by us. Personal information is all information that is related to you personally. The ACF only uses this information for administrative and statistical purposes, solely for the purpose of your participation at the Airborne Commemorations. For the purpose of upgrading our website, we could use the information as well to analyse the behaviour of website visits. Our policy regarding your privacy includes five main areas.

Awareness The ACF shows this Privacy Statement to make you aware of our privacy policy when ever you give us any personal information. We see to it that this policy is maintained throughout our organization.

Choice The ACF will never sell, market or otherwise distribute your personal information to third parties, without offering you the possibiliy of Opt-Out.

Access and accuracy The ACF takes care to maintain your personal information. We offer the opportunity to alter or delete this information upon request.

Supervision The ACF is in favor of self-regulation in the area of privacy. We aim to abide by the guidelines provided by governmental and consumer organizations that control the protection of personal information.

GDPR The ACF never records or gathers any information related to (personal data of) users of the website. Only when someone uses the contact form, only their given name and email address is used solely for the purpose of answering their question(s). This info is not recorded, saved into databases or distributed to anyone.

Oosterbeek, February 2019

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