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1. General Provisions
2. User's personal data
2.1. Key terms
When registering a User provides the Administration with personal data including name, surname and e-mail address. When registering and /or the Service using the Web Service may automatically or with the participation of a User collect additional personal information, including IP-address, browser version, country, language, utm parameters, partner's tags, address of a page's referrer and other technical data, which can be used for identification of the User without carrying additional measures.
2.2. Payment Policy
The Administration does not store any card details. It is not a Payment Controller, as it only receives notifications about successful payments.
It is understood, however, that when receiving payment for the Tariff, the Administration may collect additional information including, inter alia, transaction number, transaction time.
2.3. Personal Data requested by third party services
2.4. Activity Data Tracking
While the User is logged into their Account, for the purposes of security and fraud prevention, the following activities are logged: date and time of signing in, date and time when the project was created, date and time when the project was deleted; date and time the password and email were changed, date and time the Font was rented, date and time the web font order was created, date and time the web font order was changed.
3. The way Personal Data is collected
The main ways of receiving personal information from Users:
a) User provides personal information directly (e.g., when registering on the Web Service, filling the forms in the Personal Account or using a payment system);
4. Personal Data Use
The Administration may use Personal Data provided to it by the User to:
a) Create an Account and Personal account in order to use the Web Service;
b) Provide client service and technical support;
c) Send notices by email, such as confirmation of registration, a reminder and a notice about a forthcoming or completed payment, notices about significant changes in client service. These messages are mandatory from technical point of view and cannot be canceled for an active account.
d) Email educational materials regarding using the Web Service and monthly newsletters containing news connected with the Web Service's functions. To opt out from receiving these messages, the User must follow the unsubscribe instruction which is contained in every message they receive.
e) Provide tailored service. For example, location and language detected by the browser are used to set the language of the Web Service's interface.
f) Send promotional materials and advertising. Depending on how the User engages with the Web Service, they may be sent individual marketing messages about products and services. Also the information about user interaction with the Web Service allows it to recalibrate advertising campaigns, for example, avoid showing social ads to the Web Service's users.
g) Improve the function of the Web Service and provide better services. Statistics and analysis about the use of the Web Service's functions allows us to determine the priorities for further development. As a result, for this purpose anonymous generalized information is used.
5. Transfer of personal data to third parties
The Administration can share personal data with service providers that perform services on the Administration's behalf. For example, the Administration can use third parties to help it provide customer support, manage advertising, send notifications and newsletters on the Administration's behalf. These third parties are prohibited from using the Users' personal data for promotional purposes.
The Administration can disclose personal data if required by within the limits of the law or to protect rights and interests if this disclosure is reasonably needed to comply with the law or to prevent fraud. In particular, the Administration can disclose the User's data if it is lawfully requested by state authorities or if it receives a justified claim addressed to the User about the violation of the Third parties' rights and/or the User Agreement.
6. Storage of data
The processing and storage of the User's personal data will be carried out lawfully during the time that the account exists. In the event that the account is deleted, some data may be stored insofar as it is necessary for fulfilling legal obligations, settling disputes, preventing fraud and protecting the interests of the Administration.
The Administration takes all necessary technical and organizational precautions to protect User's personal data against unauthorized or accidental access, deletion or alteration, blocking, copying, disclosure or other unauthorized actions of third parties.
In case of loss or disclosure of User's personal data the Administration notices the User about the fact of his personal data loss or disclosure.
Cookies are small text files sent by the server to the user's device. Cookies perform many functions, for example, they allow to save the settings made by the user, allow the user to move between pages after signing in and, on the whole, make working on a website easier.
Here's how we are using cookie files:
а) Identification — cookie files allow website providers to recognize your advice and your Account so they don't have to request your login details and password every time you go to another page;
b) Analytics — cookie files allow us to obtain information about the viewing how many times this or that page was viewed.
8. Managing personal data
The User can review, change or delete Personal data that was provided by the User in their personal account or by sending a relevant query by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The User may use the same email address to request for their online Account to be deleted.
For technical reasons, the information may not be deleted straight away, but after a delay. Please note that we may retain some of the information to the extent that is necessary for fulfilling legal obligations, resolving disputes, preventing fraud and protecting the legitimate interests of the Administration.
9. User's obligations
In relation of the User to the Administration, the User provides their personal data and keeps it current.
10. Administration obligations
The Administration undertakes to:
c) Take measures to protect the confidentiality of User's personal information according to standard procedures.
d) Block the User's personal immediately after receiving a request from the User or their legal representative or a relevant authority for the protection of the User's personal data while it is being checked in case invalid data or unauthorized activities are detected.
The Administration may share the User's personal data with the authorities in the relevant jurisdiction solely on the grounds and according to the legislation of the USA.
11. Liabilities of the Parties
In case of a failure to perform its obligations, the Administration accepts liability for any losses, but no more than the cost of the payments incurred by the User as a result of the unauthorized use of their personal data, in accordance with the legislation of the USA, except for the cases when personal data:
a) Was shared with authorities of the corresponding jurisdiction;
b) Was disclosed by the third party after it was shared by the Administration, with the User's consent;
c) Became public before it was lost or disclosed;
d) Was received from a third party before it was provided to the Administration;
e) Was disclosed with the User's consent;
f) Was disclosed as a result of a force majeure event;
g) Was disclosed as a result of a justified claim addressed to the User about the violation of the Third parties' rights and/or the User Agreement.