Policy and clarification regarding the introduction of GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enters on 25 May 2018 and imposes new requirements on how to work with personal data. In this regard, we have prepared information and contacts below for you in case you wish to change the data you provide on this website.
What is GDPR and why is it necessary?
GDPR forces the business to better organize its data structures, minimize the collected personal data, and rely on the level of personal data protection, as well as reorganize its structure. Data administrators will need to know where their users’ data is stored and who has access to them. From a consumer perspective, GDPR aims to ensure that they have control over the data they provide or have already provided in order to receive an online service. GDPR affects any business running data with EU users.
Why do you need cookies and / or personal data on this site?
The functionality of any website depends on how much you can use the information you provide. Depending on whether you will consent to the administration of your personal data on this site, the functionality that you will have access to depend on it. For example:
Cookies are required to store steps, login, login details, comments, sharing on social networks, site preferences, and settings (where available). Without them, the latter cannot be possible, so the site will not work properly. For example, even Youtube videos will not be loaded.
Personal, profile data, such as name, phone, e- mail, are required to complete an order and form for sales, details of your purchase, and provide good conditions for subsequent purchases.
Marketing cookies and data are needed to deliver ads that match your interests, target and target your business to promotional content personally accessible to you, as well as notifications of new / promo services / products that this site provides.
What rights do I have?
The new regulation treats almost all statistical data as personal information through a user can be identified. So far, to prevent this information being received, tools such as Adblocker / Ghostly and browser add-ons have to be used. Now, for sites operating across the EU, this is illegal.
Consumers must explicitly and clearly agree that their data be processed and accessed for each individual purpose for which they will be used.
Users must be able to edit, delete, and save their personal data from websites and, above all, be informed of any breach of their security.
Users should have access to clarification on how their data is stored, what security measures are and who has access to them. This information can be found below on this page.
What personal data are being processed and for what?
By pressing the “I Agree” button on the Regulatory Notification message, you give the right of the administrators of this website to use pseudonymous data for you as part of global attendance statistics. Such data are: IP, referer, browser / os.
If you agree, this data will only be used and submitted to site traffic analysis tools, conversions, and direct remarketing using the google and / or facebook platforms.
If you do not agree, data about you will not be stored, sent to third parties / tools and processed.
By registering on this site (wherever possible), you may agree to the administrators of this site to notify you in advance of promotions, campaigns, and more.
How can I exercise my rights to this website?
By clicking on your username / icon profile / link to your profile, you can edit it.
In case you wish to unsubscribe at the time of registration, delete your account or request all data related to your account, you can do it by email to the website administrators – you can find their contacts on a contact page. The response time is one month. In case of doubt, additional information may be required to be identified as the subject of the personal data you require.
If you wish to withdraw your consent to using cookies, you can use one of the following options:
Delete any cookies that this site has stored on your browser.
Block Google Analytics cookies (browser addon)
Blocking most tracers, but accepting the terms of this site, you can use addons such as Ghostery, AdBlock, gpdr please and others.
Where and how are personal data stored? What are the security measures that have been taken?
The data you submit to this website is filed through httpS – the most secure one. In our database, passwords and other sensitive information (if any) are further processed by hashing / encryption.
Server rooms are only accessible to administrators with special access and comply with EU regulations.
For what purposes are they processed?
Data submitted in contact forms, such as e-mail and name, are stored only for the purpose of responding to inquiries and inquiries history. Upon request, they can be anonymised.
The data submitted in registration forms is used to identify you as a specific user and access to more personalized information / resources on the website. The storage of these data complies with the security measures outlined above.
For how long will they be stored?
Anonymous data is stored for / for statistics as long as they are required to provide the requested functionality.
Data submitted for service registration or site functionality will be stored legally for statistics and technical availability and consultation;
Who are the users and recipients of the personal data?
Data we receive directly from your web browser (by clicking the “I agree” button) are sent to improve the site’s service, structure, functionality, traffic analytics, and site audience. This data can be used for anonymous direct remarketing if you allow. The tools we use and their respective policies and regulations are:
G-Suite / Google Analitycs
In case you subscribe to a newsletter, the data you provide will be used for notifications of promotions, notifications, and messages related to the website and relating to your topics.
Generally, only the administrators of this website, including Developer Technicians (referred to in the Footer), have access to your data. Depending on shared information.
In order to work properly, sometimes we save small data files, called cookies, on your device.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer or mobile device when you visit a web site. They allow the website to store your actions and preferences (such as username, language, font size, ordering content, and other display settings) for a certain amount of time so you do not have to enter them each time you visit site or moving from one page to another.
How to control cookies?
You can control and / or delete cookies whenever you want – for more information, see aboutcookies.org. You can delete all the cookies already saved on your computer, and you can also set most browsers to block them. However, if you do so, you may need to manually configure some parameters each time you visit a site, and some services and features may not work.