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Last updated: May 26, 2013
What personally identifiable information do we collect?
We may collect and retain the IP address that an Internet service provider allocated to your computer and that you use to access the Internet. In certain cases and given the legal authorization in the proper procedure, for a short period of time the IP address, together with other details, may lead to revealing the person who used the computer, for legal proceeding or other purposes as the law may authorize. However, we do not connect the IP address with any information that can reasonably identify you and we do not make any efforts to know your identity. Therefore, unless you provide us specific identifying details, for example, when you contact us, the personal information that we collect will remain non-identifying.
What non-personally identifying information do we collect?
We may collect (but do not retain) some non-personally identifiable information (non-PII) such as the user ID generated to you when you first install the Software (as defined in the Terms), the WebPages to which you have visited and times of such visits, all allows us to set and control advertisements frequency.
Why do we collect this information?
We collect such information in order to set the frequency of ads display and if required, to label you as a user that chose to opt out our Services and disable any advertising content. We also make use of such information for counting the number of users on certain WebPage, for aggregations purposes and for technical trouble shooting if required. Note that we are never using such information to identify you personally.
How do we collect information?
When you install the Software and thus use our Services, we may collect and retain information by using several technical modules. We may use raw logs which include some non-personally identifiable information about you as stated above (and is not allowing us to personally identify you in any manner). Such information is available in its form for less than 24 hours, before it becomes aggregative. Raw logs are plain text files containing information about visitors and their activity on certain websites.
We may also store cookie on your browser when browsing certain WebPages. A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while a user is browsing a website. This cookie shall be stored until you delete it from your computer, and it is enables us to count your visits' frequency, the duration of your user ID in the system as well as to label you in case of choosing to opt-out our Services. At all times, you may choose not to accept cookies from us or delete existing cookies, by accessing your browser preferences. In such cases you should take into consideration that deleting such cookie will cancel any label of you as an opted-out user.
Third Party Services and Advertising:
The Company and its services may use third party services such as loading names, in order to provide you with the advertising content and/or commercial offerings. Such third parties services may also collect data about your visits and usage of the software using cookies as well. At all times, you may choose not to accept cookies from these third parties or to disable their services and to delete these cookies, by accessing your browser preferences. The data collection practices of these third parties are out of the Our control and you are advised to contact them directly for more information about their own privacy policies.
With whom do we share your data?
We may share your non-identifiable information with others for the following purposes:
- To provide our Services, through our affiliates, service providers and business partners;
- If the ownership or management of our Services is transferred to another entity as a result of a merger or an acquisition;
- We may share the information with affiliated companies such as subsidiaries, sister-companies and parent companies to enhance our and our affiliates' ability to provide and offer our and their services;
- In any event of a legal dispute, or subject to an order of a competent authority;
How do we secure your information?
We use industry standard information security tools and measures, and internal procedures to prevent information misuse and data breaches. Our employees and contractors access the information on a 'need-to-know' basis and subject to confidentiality obligations.
The measures and procedures that we employ substantially reduce the risks of data misuse, but we cannot guarantee that our systems will be absolutely safe. If you become aware of any potential data breach or security vulnerability, you are requested to contact us immediately, and we will take all measures to investigate the incident and take preventive measures, as required.
Who can you contact if you feel your privacy was violated?
If you have any questions about our Privacy statement, the practices We use or if you feel your privacy have been violated, you may contact our privacy officer, by email and file a complaint. Our privacy officer will inspect the complaints within reasonable time and send you and answer promptly.