“Personal Data” as used in this Policy means information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
We may change this Policy from time to time in order to keep you apprised of our data collection and use practices. We encourage you to regularly visit and review this Policy to stay informed of such practices.
WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE IT.
Information you Provide
Information we Automatically Collect
How (and with whom) we Share your Personal Data
In addition to any methods or third parties with whom we may share your Personal Data described above, we share Personal Data in the following manner:
2.1. Law Enforcement or Other Government Entities. Where required by law or government or court order, we will disclose Personal Data relating to you, but only to the extent we are required to do so by law.
2.2. With your Consent. In the event that you have requested or have consented to the transfer of Personal Data relating to you (such as by checking a box to signify your agreement) we will transfer Personal Data to the relevant third party.
2.3. Disputes. In case of any dispute with or concerning you, we may disclose Personal Data relating to you with our legal counsel, professional advisors and service providers, the relevant court or other tribunal and other third parties as needed in order to resolve the dispute, defend ourselves against any claims, or enforce our rights.
2.4. Mergers and Acquisitions. In the event that we, or a part of our business, are sold to a third party, or if we are merged with another entity, or in the event of bankruptcy or a similar event, we will transfer information about the relevant portions of our business as well as relevant customers and users, to the purchaser or the entity with which we are merged.
Your GDPR Rights.
Subject to certain exceptions and exclusions, the following rights apply to individuals who are located in an EU member states or otherwise protected by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), as further described below. If you are such a person, then:
Right of Access. You may request that we confirm to you whether or not we store Personal Data about you and to receive a copy of the Personal Data we maintain about you and information about: (a) the purposes of the processing of the Personal Data; (b) the categories of Personal Data being processed; (c) the names of the recipients or the categories of recipients to whom the Personal Data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organizations; (d) if possible, the period we believe we will store the Personal Data, or the criteria we use to determine that period; (e) the sources of the Personal Data, if not collected from you; and (f) whether we use automated decision-making, including profiling, and meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for you.
Right to Rectify. You may request that we correct any Personal Data about you that we maintain that is incorrect. Depending on the purpose for which the data is used, you may also request to complete incomplete Personal Data we maintain.
Right to Erasure (“Right to be Forgotten”). You may request that we erase or suppress Personal Data that relates to you in the following cases: the data is no longer needed by us; the data was collected and is used on the basis of your consent and you withdraw that consent; when you have a right to object to our use of the data (as described below under, “Right to Object”); we are not lawfully processing the data; or we are otherwise required by law to delete the data. However, there may be circumstances in which we may retain your data or we may refuse your request, for example, when we review the data to defend ourselves or make legal claims or exercise are own rights. In addition, this right may not apply to the display or access of your Personal Data outside of the European Union.
Right to Restrict Processing. You may request that we restrict our use or processing of your Personal Data if: you claim the Personal Data is inaccurate, during the time we investigate your claim; our processing of the Personal Data was unlawful; we no longer require the Personal Data; we processed the Personal Data for our legitimate interests and you object to this use (as you are permitted to do under Article 21(1) of the GDPR), during the time that we investigate whether our legitimate interests override your request. However, there may be circumstances in which we are legally entitled to refuse your request.
Right to Data Portability. You may request that we provide you with your Personal Data that we process based on your consent or to fulfill a contract with you or that we process using automated means, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and to transfer your Personal Data to another entity or have us transfer it directly to such entity.
Right to Object. You may, based on reasons specifically relating to you, object to our processing of your Personal Data, when: (i) the data is used for our legitimate interests and our interests in processing the data does not override your interests, rights and freedoms and we do not require use of the data for the establishment, exercise or defense of our legal claims or rights; and (ii) we use the data for direct marketing purposes or profiling for direct marketing purposes.
Right to Object to Automated Decision Making. You may request that you not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, when the decision produces legal effects concerning you or significantly affects you.
Right to Withdraw Consent. Where we process Personal Data relating to you based on your consent (such as by clicking a check box adjacent to a statement of consent), you may withdraw your consent and request that we cease using your Personal Data for the purpose for which you have your consent, or altogether, depending on the situation.
Right to Make a Complaint. You may file a complaint regarding our practices with the data protection authority in your place of habitual residence, place or work, or the place of the alleged infringement. For a list of data protection authorities in the European Economic Area, please see here: https://ec.europa.eu/newsroom/article29/item-detail.cfm?item_id=612080.
You can exercise your rights that apply to us by contacting us by email at [email protected]
We may be permitted by law (including the GDPR and local national laws) to refuse or limit the extent to which we comply with your request. We may also require additional information in order to comply with your request, including information needed to locate the information requested or to verify your identity or the legality of your request. To the extent permitted by applicable law, we may charge an appropriate fee to comply with your request.
Transfers of Personal Data to other Countries outside the EU or EEA
We transfer Personal Data we receive in or from the European Union (and other locations) to the following countries outside the EU and European Economic Area:
Israel, where we are located. As of the date of this Policy, the European Commission has determined that the State of Israel adequately protects Personal Data. (A list of countries which the European Commission has determined to adequately protect Personal Date can be found, as of the date of this Policy, here: https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/data-transfers-outside-eu/adequacy-protection-personal-data-non-eu-countries_en).
Google stores information collected through Google Analytics in various locations around the world. Google LLC certifies that it complies with the US-EU Privacy Shield Framework for the protection of Personal Data.
If you are an individual protected by the GDPR, you may contact us in order to obtain additional information regarding the basis for the transfer of Personal Data relating to you to countries outside the European Economic Area. Please note that information or copies of documents we may provide to you in connection with such requests may be limited or redacted in order to protect the rights of third parties or to comply with contractual obligations we may have (such as obligations of confidentiality).
California Do Not Track Notice.
We do not track individuals’ online activities over time and across third-party web sites or online services (though we do receive information about the webpage you visited prior to accessing our Website). Other than Google, which uses data collected through Google Analytics as described here, we do not permit third-parties to track individuals’ online activities on our Website over time and across third-party websites or online services, unless it is part of a service provided to us as described above. We do not respond to Web browser “do not track” signals or similar mechanisms.
Personal Data of Children.
Our Website and Product are not intended for, and we do not knowingly collect Personal Data from persons under the age of eighteen (18). If you believe that a person under the age of eighteen (18) has provided us with Personal Data, or if we have received the Personal Data of such person, please contact us, see section 7 “Our Contact Information”. Our Contact Information”.
Our Contact Information
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