1 Important information before you become a member
It is not allowed to register more than one user account regardless of the status of the original user account. If you want to change your username or make any other change to your membership, contact our support department that will help you. It is also not permitted to register (or use) an account for the purpose of helping someone else circumvent our rules or moderators' prompts. Accounts that violate, or are suspected of violating this rule may be suspended.
If you forgot your username / password or have other questions, we recommend that you first take a look at the 'Frequently Asked Questions' page. If you do not find the answer to your question there or in the rest of the forum, you are welcome to contact our support department.
Should you for any reason wish to terminate your membership, please contact our support department. Note: Before terminating your membership, it may be wise to edit texts where you have provided information of a personal nature. Should you discover such information after your membership has ended, you can always contact our support department to have the information removed. If you, after you have chosen to terminate your membership, want to become a member again, it is allowed to create a new account.
2 Once you have become a member
The terms and policies are subject to change. Sometimes new functions or phenomena can appear that require the terms to be changed and it is therefore important that you visit this set of rules from time to time.
3 Why we collect user data
In order to nurture our customer relationships and fulfill our obligations to customers, theinfluencewoman.com needs information about you in your role as the customer's contact person or as a user of a service. The purposes of the processing of this personal data are as follows:
The legal basis for the processing of personal data according to the purposes in points above is primarily that Visma has a legitimate interest in processing your personal data for business purposes in a way that we do not consider to be contrary to your personal rights or freedoms. The legal basis for the processing of personal data for the purpose described in some of the above points is your consent.
To control access to our premises, we process personal data about visitors. The treatment is based on our legitimate interest in protecting our trade secrets, employees, premises and you as a visitor. You will be informed of your rights in this regard when you register in our electronic visitor system.
4. Protection of personal information
The Influence Woman has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction. To ensure that personal data is processed in a secure and confidential manner, we use computer networks that are protected against intrusion with, among other things, firewalls, access restrictions and password protection.
The Influence Woman employees are obliged to follow rules of information and IT security, special personal data policy for employees and other internal regulations that further regulate the processing of personal data.
5. External links
The responsibility for the information published on the websites that the external links from our website lead to lies completely on the management and authors of the website(s) that they are found on. When you leave our website, we are no longer responsible for the information, collection of the user data and the use thereof that is performed by another website.
6. Sharing information with third parties
Unless required by law, we will not share the information, including personal data and personally identifiable information, with any third party. We also protect your personal information from being leaked, stolen or damaged. (Personally identifiable information refers to all information that identifies or can be used to identify, contact or locate the person to whom such information relates, including but not limited to name, address, telephone number, and email address. Personally identifiable information does not contain information collected anonymously (ie without identification of the individual user) or demographic information that is not linked to an identified person.
7. Cookies policy
A cookie is a small text file that we save on the computer to keep track of what happens during your visit and to recognize your computer. A cookie contains only text, it is not a program and does not contain viruses. Cookies are necessary to make the website work.
Cookies that you have previously accepted can be easily deleted. If you use a PC / computer with a newer browser, you can delete cookies using keyboard shortcuts: CTRL + Shift + Delete. If keyboard shortcuts do not work, and / or using a MAC, you should start by finding out which browser you are using. Remember: if you use multiple browsers, delete cookies in all of them.