If you believe that during use of the website, including the services offered in it, that your privacy has been harmed in any way, you are invited to contact us at the e-mail address: email@example.com
1. Details you will provide when registering for services which require registration for the website
In order to use certain services offered in the website, you will have to register in the website. During the registration, you will be asked to provide personal details such as name, ways of communication including telephone number and e-mail address, details about your place of work etc. It is made clear that those fields which the registrants are obliged to fill in, will be specifically marked and the users will not be able to complete the registration process without giving the required data in the obligatory fields.
At the time of the registration to the website, you must specifically indicate in the appropriate place that you are not interested in being included in the list of participants/recipients of the website and its proposed activities such as events’ webinars’ newsletters etc (Hereinafter: “The List of registrants” ). It is made clear that your confirmation to be included in the search engine of in the The List of registrants in the website constitutes consent to use of the details you provided about yourselves, including the possibly of contacting you via the website, by The Firm or its managers or the of the managers of the website and also any potential employer who will be given access permission to the search engine in the website.
2. Our data base – collection and use of information
It is made clear that the details you provide at the time of registration for the website and/or afterwards, including details you provide for the purpose of registering for various events of The Firm, details provided by you at the time of registration for webinars etc., will be stored in the data base of The Firm. Please note that you are not required by law to provide such details, but if you decide not to provide them, you will not be able to use some of the services offered in the website. It is also made clear that additional information about you and your various preferences might be accumulated during your visit(s) to the website, and that this information will also be stored in the data base of The Firm.
b. The collection of information which in the opinion of The Firm is relevant and required for the purpose of understanding the needs of visitors who attended events and the improvement of the services offered to them.
c. The collection of information for the purpose of contacting you if needed and/or in a case where you requested it specifically when you registered in the website for one of the services offered therein, including when you agreed to be included in the search engine of the website, when registering for events etc.
e. Please note that you are entitled to cancel at any time your consent to receive direct mailing as detailed above, subject to the giving of a notice in writing to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
f. The Firm is entitled to send the visitors from time to time information regarding its activities and services, including services offered by third parties. Please note that you are entitled to cancel at any time the your consent to receive direct mailing as above, subject to the giving of a notice in writing to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
3. Non-transfer of information to third parties
The Firm undertakes not to transfer to third parties your personal details, including information collected about you from your visit(s) to the website (hereinafter: “personal information”), except in the following cases:
a. Giving personal information to the managers, sub-contractors, volunteers or employees of The Firm and those who act on their behalf, who have permission to access the data bases of The Firm, and all for the purpose of verifying your identity and providing services to visitors of the website, including contacting you in order to provide you with information regarding various activities relevant to you.
b. Giving personal information for the purpose of maintaining contact with you in a case where you have consented to this, for instance when registering for events.
c. Giving personal information to third parties in a case where the services given by The Firm are provided in cooperation with them and which requires the transferring of the said information.
d. Giving personal information in the case where The Firm is obliged to do so by law or in the case where a legal injunction is given ordering The Firm to provide the said information.
e. Giving personal information if any controversy, requirement or legal procedure arises between The Firm and visitors of the website.
f. Giving personal information in order to prevent damage which might be caused to visitors, including for the purpose of preventing and/or discovering illegal acts.
4. Information you will provide on platforms outside the website – services of third parties
You may control management of the “cookie” files, including their deletion, via the browser you use. Please consult the help instructions of the browser in order to act as stated above. Please note that disabling the cookies might make you unable to use part of the services offered by the website.
6. Data Security
The Firm implements strict actions and procedures in order to safeguard a proper level of data security in the website and in its other systems. It is made clear that although the data security limits the risks of an unauthorized entry to the website and to the computers of The Firm, there is no absolute immunity from such unauthorized entry.
7. Right to Peruse Information
According to Section 13 of the Protection of Privacy Law-1981 (hereinafter: “the Law”), any persons entitled, by themselves, or by their representative which they have appointed in writing or by their guardian(s), to review information pertaining to them held in the data base. Persons who have reviewed the data pertaining to them and found it to be incorrect, unclear or outdated, are entitled to contact the owner of the data base with a request to correct the information or delete it. Such requests should be sent to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the owners of the data base refuse to accede to said request, they must inform the requester accordingly in a manner and way fixed in the Regulations of Protection of Privacy (Conditions for Inspection of Data and Procedures for Appeal Regarding a Denial of a Request to Inspect)-1981 (hereinafter: “the Regulations”). If the owners of the data base refuse to allow inspection and to correct or delete information, the requester of the information is entitled to file a lawsuit to the Court, in a manner and way fixed in the Regulations.