Let’s start with a clear commitment from DilemmaMatch: We always handle your private data with care, and we never sell, share or distribute your data.
When using forms to contact DilemmaMatch or to request information and downloads, your details are used solely for the purpose indicated on the form. Furthermore, we carefully handle any data you send us via contact forms or e-mail. Above all, we treat this personal information as confidential.
We process the following personal data
The only personal information we use is that which you provide via contact forms. This information can include basic contact details, such as First/Last name, Company Name, e-mail address, location, and areas of interest (e.g., mobile apps, knowledge management or web applications). The website also monitors your browsing behaviour automatically and anonymously by setting cookies. We provide more information about cookies below.
Under the GDPR legislation, you have many rights. DilemmaMatch complies with this legislation in the following ways:
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) does not specify a retention period for personal data. However, the GDPR does stipulate storage restrictions in Article 5.1 (e). This article states that personal data may only be retained as identifiable information for as long as is necessary to provide our service. By making the data anonymous (so that any direct or indirect identification is no longer possible), it is possible to extend the length of time the data is stored. There are exceptions for archiving, general interest, scientific or historical research/statistical purposes. DilemmaMatch does not retain personal data for longer than is strictly necessary.
We use so-called “cookies” on our website. Cookies are sent along with our website pages and stored temporarily on your computer. Some cookies are necessary for the site’s functioning, whilst we use others for analytics and marketing purposes. These make use of services provided by Google and LinkedIn.
Anonymous analytics cookies are important to us. Without this input from visitors, we cannot obtain a clear picture of how users navigate our website, nor how we can improve it.
Some cookies are not directly placed by DilemmaMatch but by third parties. Third parties are organisations such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
You can set up cookie permissions in your browser. The browser on your device subsequently remembers your preferences for all websites unless you make exceptions. For more information on your specific browser, you are welcome to try the following links:
Necessary cookies help make a website usable by enabling essential functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
Preference cookies enable a website to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or looks, such as your preferred language, screen size or browser preferences.
Statistics cookies help website owners to understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and reporting information anonymously.
Marketing cookies track visitors across websites. Managed by third parties, they help to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and thereby more valuable for publishers and third-party advertisers. As default, these cookies are not allowed.
Via Google Analytics cookies, we collect anonymous data about the usage of our website. This information allows us to see how visitors use our website, and subsequently make informed decisions about the layout and design. As a result, we can optimise our website’s performance.
You can opt to download a so-called “anti-tracking” browser plugin from Google. This plugin ensures that no website can track your internet use via Google services when activated.