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Data Policy

In order to protect your personal data and to ensure the legitimacy of use of the information provided by you, we kindly ask you to carefully read this provision on Privacy Policy.

This policy describes the information we need to support our website and carry out the functions for which the website was created.

What kinds of information do we collect?

We need to process information required for statistical and/or analytical studies.

Your actions and actions of other people, as well as the information provided by you and them.

Information you provide. We collect information that you provide when using our website, including when you interact with it, browse it, follow the links to other sites provided here.

Your use of our website. We collect information about how you use our website:

- functions you use;

- your actions;

- time, frequency and duration of your activity.

Device information.

We collect information from your computers, phones, connected TV and other devices connected to the Internet that are integrated with our website, as well as information about these devices.

We obtain the following information from these devices:

- device attributes: information such as an operating system, hardware and software versions, signal strength, available memory, browser type, names and types of applications and files, as well as plug-ins.

- device activity: information about device activities: location of the window in the foreground or background, movement of the mouse pointer (this helps distinguish bots from people).

- Identifiers: unique identifiers, device identifiers, and other identifiers.

- Data from device settings: information that you allow us to receive by turning on device settings, such as accessing your location information (GPS).

- Network and connectivity: such information as the name of your mobile operator or provider, language, time zone, mobile phone number, IP address, connection speed and, in some cases, information about other devices located nearby or belonging to your network.

While you are browsing, the website passively collects information (without you actively providing the information) by the use of various technologies such as cookies, Internet tags or web beacons, and analysis of navigation through the website (log files, server logs, clickstream). This site can use IP addresses (Internet Protocol). The IP address is a number assigned to your computer by your Internet provider to ensure access the Internet /network/. This is usually not considered personal information, since, in most cases, IP addresses are dynamic (i.e. they will change every time you connect to the Internet), as opposed to static (they are unique for each computer). We use IP addresses to identify problems in the server operation, record data collection, determine the fastest connection with your computer, as well as administer and improve the website.

File markers are information sent to your browser by the website in order to capture information about you and your preferences.

File markers recorded during a session are temporary pieces of information that are deleted after closing the web browser window or turning off a computer. They are used to improve navigation, block some pages from visitors' view (the site remembers user-specified country and age, and blocks attempts of changing), and generalize statistical information.

Persistent cookies are longer existing pieces of information located on your computer's hard drive and stored there until you delete them. Persistent cookies store data on your computer for numerous purposes, such as: request for information you have already provided (for example, passwords) helps to determine which website sections are most visited, and to customize the site in accordance with your settings.

Internet tags (also known as single pixel GIFs, clear GIFs, invisible GIFs, and 1-by-1 GIFs) are smaller than cookies and can send information about the IP address and browser type on the user's computer to the website. Tags can be placed on advertising elements (banners) directing visitors to the website, and on different website pages. These tags indicate how many times one or another page was shown, and what information is in demand. We do not collect or ask for personally identifiable information via Internet tags.

Information about navigation through the site ("log files", "server logs", data on the user's navigation route through the site "clockstream") are used to maintain the system, to improve the site content, marketing research and information transfer

How do we use this information?

We use the information we have for the following purposes, as well as to improve the website and its usability:

To improve our website:

We use the information you provide to improve the website according your needs and interests, as well as to improve the site routing and navigation.

Information from various devices:

We use it to increase the comfort of using our website when it is accessed from various devices (phones, tablets, laptops, desktop computers, etc.)

Location information:

We use this information for record keeping and statistics of the number of visits to our website.

Website research and development:

We use available information for developing, testing and improving certain options of our Website, including through surveys and research, as well as for testing and troubleshooting new features.

To provide services of measurement, statistics and other services for business:

We use available information to help advertisers and other partners measure efficiency and distribution of their advertisements and services and to understand what types of people use their services and how people interact with their websites, applications, and services. It is used if our website contains our partners' advertisements.

To promote security, integrity and protection:

We use available information to combat harmful behavior, detect and prevent spam and other unpleasant experiences, preserve the integrity of our website and the information stored on it and transferred through it. For example, we use available data to investigate suspicious activities or violations of our Terms and Conditions, as well as to identify situations when someone needs our help.

To interact with you:

We use available information to send you marketing proposals, to communicate with you, to answer your questions and reply to your comments, as well as to inform about our Policy and its Conditions. In addition, we need information to respond to your requests.

For research and innovation purposes for the public good:

We use available information (including that obtained from collaborating research partners) to conduct and support research and innovation on general social security, technological progress, and public interest.

How is this information shared?

We share your information with other parties in the following cases:

A new owner.

In case of transfer of ownership or control over all or a part of our website or their assets to another party, we may transfer your information to the new owner.

- Exchange of information with third-party partners

We can share personal data with affiliated persons, other trusted companies and persons for processing on our behalf. This processing is carried out in correspondence with our instructions, privacy policy and other applicable requirements for confidentiality and security. In particular, third-party companies can carry out user support.

We may disclose your personal data to legal entities and individuals who are not related to us, if we faithfully believe that these individuals have the right to receive, use, store or disclose it on the following grounds:

  • They ensure compliance with the requirements of the law, implement a court decision or forcibly fulfill a request of a government agency.
  • They enforce compliance with the Terms of Use or investigate possible violations thereof.
  • They identify fraud, suppress it or otherwise seek to prevent it, as well as work to fix technical or security problems.
  • They protect the rights, property or security of our company, our users or the public in accordance with the requirements of the law and on the basis of the powers granted to them by the law.

If our company is involved in operations on merger, acquisition or sale of assets, we will keep ensuring confidentiality of all personal data. We will also notify all interested users if their personal data is transferred to another organization or regulated by another Privacy Policy.

We work with third-party partners who help us provide and improve our Website. We do not sell and will never sell your information. We also strictly restrict the use and disclosure of the information we provide by partners. Here are the types of third parties whom we share information with:

Suppliers of goods and services.

We provide information to suppliers of goods and services that support our activities, for example, carry out technical infrastructure maintenance, analyze the use of products sold through our website, work with clients, secure payments and conduct surveys.

Researchers and scientists.

We also provide information and content to research partners and scientists to conduct research that contributes to the development of science and innovation useful for our activities.

Where is your information stored?

We store data in Google Analytics on a regular basis. You can familiarize yourself with the terms of use and access to these files in accordance with Google privacy rules. The data contained on this resource is stored for a period of 50 months from the date of the transfer of information by you on the terms provided for in these rules.

How do we respond to legal requests or prevent damage?

We provide access to your information, store it and share it with regulatory and law enforcement authorities and other entities:

  • on legal request (such as a search warrant, court order or summons), if we have sufficient grounds to believe in our obligation to do so by law. Among other things, we can respond to legal requests from other countries if we have sufficient grounds to believe that the response should be provided under the laws of that country or territory, affects users in that country or territory and does not contradict internationally recognized standards.
  • If we reasonably believe in its need for: detection, prevention or suppression of fraud, unauthorized use, violation of our Terms and Conditions, or other harmful or unlawful acts; protection of ourselves (including our rights, property), yourself or others, including in the course of investigations or in response to requests of regulatory authorities; or prevention of death or an immediate threat to health.

We can access the received information about you (or store it for a longer period of time), if it is the subject of a legal request or obligation, government investigation or investigation on possible violations of our Terms and Conditions, or in other cases for preventing harm.

How will we notify you of changes to this Policy?

We will notify you in advance of changes to this Policy and give you the opportunity to review the revised version of this document before making a decision to continue to use our Website.

Data access, change and removal

To ensure accuracy, relevance and completeness of your personal information, please contact us via email:, or by phone +38 (044) 338-35-30. We will take appropriate measures to recover or manage your personal information provided to the website.

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