Privacy policy

We are aware of the trust you place in us and, therefore, consider it our responsibility to protect your privacy when you use this website. In this Privacy Policy, we inform you which details are collected from visitors, why these details are collected, and how we use these details to improve this website.

This Privacy Policy applies strictly to the website located at chainpoint.com. By using this website you accept all details of this Privacy Policy. ChainPoint respects the privacy of all users of chainpoint.com and, therefore, treats any information you provide to us via this website with the utmost confidentiality.

Communication

When you send us an email or any other type of message, ChainPoint may store these messages. Occasionally we may ask you for further personal details in relation to your message, allowing us to accurately respond to your question or request. Any details provided will be stored on ChainPoint’s own secure servers or those of a third party. We will not combine these details with any other personal information we may hold.

Cookies

This website uses ‘cookies’ (small pieces of data sent from a website and stored on a user’s computer) to help us analyse how our visitors use this website. Information stored in cookies, which is related to your use of this website, is sent to ChainPoint’s own secure servers or to those of a third party. We use this information to analyse how you use this website, to draw up reports about user activity on this website, and to offer services in relation to website activity and internet usage.

Website analytics

This website makes use of statistical services such as Google Analytics (web usage analysis software provided by Google Inc.). Google Analytics makes use of cookies in order to analyse how users interact with this website. Information stored in these cookies, relating to your usage of this website, and also including your IP address, is sent to and stored by Google on their servers in The United States. Google uses this information to analyse how you use this website, to draw up reports about user activity on this website, and to offer services in relation to website activity and internet usage. Google may provide this information to third parties if subject to do so by law, or if third parties process data on behalf of Google. Google shall not combine your IP address with other information that they hold. You can refuse to accept cookies by selecting the relevant option in your browser, however some elements of this website may not function correctly without cookies being accepted. By using this website, you accept that Google will obtain and process information as described above.

Purpose

We do not collect information for any purposes other than those mentioned in this Privacy Policy unless we receive prior written consent to do so.

Third Parties

Information is not shared with third parties, however, in some cases, information is shared internally within ChainPoint. ChainPoint’s staff are obliged to respect the confidentiality of any information provided.

Changes

At the time of writing, this Privacy Policy has been written based upon the means by which the website can be used at that time. As such, any future changes to this website may lead to subsequent changes in this Privacy Policy. We, therefore, advise you to regularly check this Privacy Policy.

Disabling Cookies

Most browsers accept cookies by default. It is, however, possible to adjust your browser settings so that cookies are either refused, or you are notified when cookies are sent to your browser. Please note that the functionality of this website, along with that of other websites, may be impaired should you choose to disable cookies.

Questions and Feedback

We regularly verify that we are in compliance with this Privacy Policy. Should you, however, have any questions relating to this Privacy Policy, please contact us via the Contact Form on this website.