According to GDPR, we are a personal data controller; therefore, we are legally responsible for processing them. For questions or requests regarding the exercise of your rights regarding the processing of personal data, please contact us.
We always and in principle respect your right to privacy, and our website has been designed to respect your right as well as to keep your data safe.
In order to be able to benefit from our products / services, and in order for the products and services we offer you, including online, to work properly, we also need to collect some personal data; we assure you that all data we collect is kept to the minimum necessary and we rely on legal grounds.
To make sure everything is easy to read, we’ve included a title and a simple short explanation for each aspect. Details, according to the law, are also available below.
- Processing of Personal Data
The Provider collects from the Customer the information it provides to: (i) create the user account which may include but is not limited to name, email, telephone number, address, username and password, bank account, account number trade Register identification, unique identification code; (ii) information provided by the Customer for the provision of services including but not limited to billing data, customer data, etc .; (iii) information relating to the provision of services obtained from public data and / or third party sources.
The Provider collects information on the use of the Services by the Customer, including but not limited to the type of services requested by the Customer, the date and time frame in which these services were provided.
The Provider may collect information on the Client’s devices through which the services are accessed, such as operating systems and their versions, software, hardware, filenames and versions, device identification data (IP address), etc.
The information collected is processed by the Provider for the purpose of providing the services. The provider also uses this information to maintain the safety of users and their devices, customer support but also for the development of current services. The provider does not disclose to third parties the information to be used for marketing purposes.
The Provider is authorized to use the information collected in any investigation / legal action related to the use by the Customer of the services as well as in any other cases where their use is permitted in accordance with the applicable legal provisions.
Confidential information – The Parties agree to use the confidential information of the other Party exclusively in connection with the Services and not to disclose it without prior written approval, except in the following cases: i) when required by specific law or regulations or when required by to a professional body; ii) advisers with whom the Parties work.
The Provider may disclose confidential information to subcontractors or service providers provided that they are bound by confidentiality obligations, as well as to the Client’s consultants who are involved in the matter. The obligation to keep the information received in connection with the contract confidential will remain valid for three years after receipt of this information. The above does not apply to information that (i) is available to the public, or (ii) was received from someone who has no confidentiality obligations in relation to it, or (iii) was already known to the receiving Party.
3. Cookies policy
Cookies are small files that are stored on the user’s DEVICE and contain two pieces of information:
– the name of the cookie, which is like a variable name and has the role of identifying a certain cookie compared to others;
– the content of the cookie, which contains limited information, a code decipherable only by the server.
Cookies are used so that the server can identify a specific user during the visit to the site, to provide certain personalizations or services such as generating a shopping cart or authentication.
Cookies do not contain any information such as name, surname, email address or similar; if they are collected, they are all stored securely on the server.
Cookies are of two types: session cookies, which are automatically deleted when the browser is closed and permanent cookies, which remain on the DEVICE until their expiration date.
Another division of cookies is in cookies set by this SITE and cookies set by third parties.
The SITE’s cookies do not contain any “clear” information between personal information that can be collected through forms.
Third-party cookies may belong to traffic analysis systems or various widgets used for integration with social platforms. Third party providers are also obliged to comply with the law in force and the privacy policies of the SITE.
For users who have persistently logged in prior to deployment, the user account is updated to retain acceptance of the new terms and conditions.
For users who log in after accepting the new terms and conditions, the user account is updated to retain the time of login with the time of acceptance of the new terms and conditions.
In order to respect your privacy, we have chosen to use only the minimum cookies necessary to be able to efficiently manage this site. However, these cookies are mandatory, in the sense that without them we could not achieve the objectives of the site.
The complete guide, along with the legal basis for drawing up the rules regarding the protection of personal data can be found on – https://www.dataprotection.ro
The complete guide, along with the legal basis for consumers and users of the information on our website can be found on – https://anpc.ro