Last Updated: 03 May, 2023
To obtain details regarding your Personal Data, including its purposes and the parties with whom it is shared, please get in touch with the Us
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We don't provide a list of Personal Data types collected.
Unless otherwise specified, all Data requested by this Application is mandatory. Failure to provide such Data may render it impossible for this Application to deliver its services. However, if this Application explicitly states that certain Data is not mandatory, Users are free to withhold that particular Data without any impact on the availability or functionality of the Service.
Users who are uncertain about which Personal Data is mandatory are encouraged to contact Us.
Users are responsible for any Personal Data belonging to third parties that they obtain, publish, or share through this Application. Users confirm that they have obtained the necessary consent from such third parties to provide their Data to the Owner.
Users possess certain rights with regard to their Data being processed by us.
In particular, Users have the right to:
Users have the right to object to the processing of their Personal Data when such processing is conducted on a legal basis other than consent. If Users wish to exercise this right, they should provide specific reasons justifying their objection, which relate to their particular situation.
Users are advised that if their Personal Data is processed for direct marketing purposes, they can object to such processing at any time without having to provide any specific justification. Upon receiving an objection, the Owner will promptly cease processing the Personal Data for direct marketing purposes.
It is important to note that the right to object to processing may be limited in certain circumstances where there are compelling legitimate grounds for the Owner to continue processing the Personal Data that override the interests, rights, and freedoms of the Users.
The Owner may employ the User's Personal Data for legal purposes, including in court or during the preliminary stages leading to potential legal action that may arise from the improper use of this Application or its associated Services.
The User acknowledges and recognizes that the Owner may be obliged to disclose personal data upon request by public authorities in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
For operation and maintenance purposes, this Application and any third-party services it utilizes may collect and store certain system logs. These logs may include information such as the IP address, the date and time of the User's request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the response file, the numerical code indicating the server response status (success, error, etc.), and other parameters related to the User's operating system and computer environment.
These logs are primarily used for technical purposes, such as ensuring the proper functioning and security of the Application. They may also be utilized for statistical analysis, troubleshooting, and performance monitoring.
Please note that system logs, unless necessary for legal purposes, are usually retained for a limited period and subsequently deleted.
"Do Not Track" (DNT) is a browser setting that allows Users to express their preference regarding online tracking and data collection. This Application recognizes and respects DNT signals, and its default behavior is to treat DNT requests as an indication to refrain from collecting or tracking the User's Personal Data.
However, please note that the effectiveness and interpretation of DNT signals vary among different browsers and websites. As a result, this Application cannot guarantee the response or actions of third-party services or entities that are beyond its control.
In the event of significant changes that may have an impact on the User's rights or the way their Personal Data is processed, the Owner will provide a prominent notice or seek the User's consent, if required by applicable laws.
Personal Data refers to any information that relates to an identified or identifiable individual, also known as a data subject. It includes any data that, either on its own or in combination with other information, can be used to identify, contact, or locate a person.
Usage Data refers to information collected automatically or generated through the use of an application, website, or online service. This data is typically obtained during the User's interaction and usage of the platform and may include various types of information.
A User refers to an individual who interacts with or utilizes a particular application, website, or online service. Users can access and engage with various features, functionalities, and content provided by the platform. They may create an account, provide personal information, generate data through their interactions, and benefit from the services offered.
A Data Subject refers to an identified or identifiable individual whose Personal Data is collected, processed, or stored by an organization or entity. The Data Subject is the person to whom the Personal Data belongs or relates.
In the context of data protection and privacy laws, the Data Subject has certain rights and protections regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of their Personal Data. These rights may include the right to access their Personal Data, the right to rectify or update inaccurate information, the right to restrict or object to certain types of processing, the right to data portability, and the right to erasure (also known as the right to be forgotten), among others.
The Data Subject has the authority to exercise these rights and can typically do so by contacting the data controller or data processor responsible for handling their Personal Data. The organization or entity that collects and processes the Personal Data is responsible for ensuring that the Data Subject's rights are respected and that appropriate security measures are in place to protect their Personal Data.
A Data Processor is an entity or organization that processes Personal Data on behalf of a Data Controller. The Data Processor is responsible for carrying out specific tasks or operations involving the processing of Personal Data as instructed by the Data Controller.
The Data Processor may be a separate entity or a third-party service provider engaged by the Data Controller to perform certain processing activities. The relationship between the Data Controller and Data Processor is typically governed by a legal agreement or contract that outlines the responsibilities and obligations of each party.
The role of the Data Processor is to process Personal Data in accordance with the instructions provided by the Data Controller. This includes activities such as collecting, recording, organizing, storing, modifying, transmitting, and deleting Personal Data. The Data Processor is expected to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of the Personal Data being processed.
Data Processors are bound by confidentiality and data protection obligations and are prohibited from using the Personal Data for any purpose other than what is specified by the Data Controller or as required by law. They are also required to assist the Data Controller in fulfilling their obligations, such as responding to Data Subject requests or facilitating data breach notifications.
It's important to note that under data protection regulations, both the Data Controller and Data Processor have responsibilities for ensuring the lawful and proper processing of Personal Data, although the Data Controller holds primary responsibility for compliance with data protection laws.
A Data Controller is an entity or organization that determines the purposes and means of processing Personal Data. In simpler terms, the Data Controller is responsible for deciding why and how Personal Data is processed.
The Data Controller exercises overall control and responsibility for the processing activities and is accountable for compliance with applicable data protection laws and regulations. They may be an individual, a company, a government agency, or any other entity that collects and determines the use of Personal Data.
A service, in the context of technology and business, refers to an offering or activity provided by a company or organization to meet a particular need or demand. It typically involves delivering value, benefits, or assistance to customers or clients in exchange for payment or other forms of consideration.