We respect your privacy. It is the policy of Defence Affair to respect your privacy with regard to any information that we may receive from you through our website, https:/www.defenceaffair.com/, and other websites that we own and run.
We just ask for personal information when we need it to really provide you with a service. We collect it with your knowledge and consent, through fair and lawful means. We’ll also let you know why we buy it and how it’s going to be used.
We keep only the collected information for as long as it is appropriate to provide you with the service you need. We must secure what data we store in commercially appropriate ways to prevent loss and theft, as well as unauthorized data.
We do not share publicly or with third parties any personally identifying details, except when required by law.
Our website may connect to external websites which we do not run. Please note that we have no influence over these sites ‘ content and activities and can not accept responsibility or liability for their respective privacy policies.
You are free to refuse our request for your personal information, with the understanding that some of your requested services may not be available to us.
The continued use of our website will be seen as approval of our privacy and personal information practices. If you have any questions concerning how we treat users
please feel free to contact us.
As of 20 February 2020 this policy is successful.