The following terms and conditions govern all use of Gate2Chain Ltd.’s content, services and the product Gate2Chain Suite available at or through the website [https://suite.gate2chain.com] (henceforth the "Website"). The Website is owned and operated by Gate2Chain Ltd., a company incorporated in the United Kingdom under registration number 12326735 with its registered office address at Studio 133 Canalot Studios 222 Kensal Road, W10 5BN, London (henceforth "G2C", "We" or "Us"). These terms and conditions constitute a bindingagreement (henceforth "Agreement") between you (henceforth "You") and Us (each party mayhenceforth also be referred to as "Party" or together the "Parties").
Please read the Agreement carefully before accessing or using the Website or any products or services offered through the Website. By accessing or using any part of the Website, You agree to become bound by the Agreement. If You do not agree to all the terms and conditions ofthe Agreement, then You may not access the Website nor use any of the productsor services offered hereunder. The Website is available only to individuals who are at least 18 years old.
1. ABOUT US
We provide software platforms and systems, someof our solutions use blockchain technology (distributed digital ledger). Weprovide new business model design as well as offering software (SaaS) and technology as a services (TaaS) in order to create and operate new products. Over our Website, We offer a software G2C Suite ("Library" or “thePlatform”) along with a range of features to build applications which use theblockchain as a system. This library, can be utilised to integrate applications and business layers to the protocol. We are willing to grant You a right of access to and to use the Library over the Website and to provide further, related services under the terms and conditions set forth in the Agreement.
In addition to any other definitions set forthabove or below in this Agreement, or except as expressly provided otherwise inthis Agreement, the following words shall have the following meaning:
a) "Agreement" means these terms and conditions;
b) "Confidential Information" means any information or data that is not readily available in the public domain provided by one Party to the other Party, including anyinformation regarding to its activities, finances, commercial strategies, tradesecrets, documents, source codes, business plans, databases, statisticalinformation, algorithms, Technology, reports, memoranda, know-how ortechnology, whether or not marked "Confidential". Confidential Information may be communicatedin writing, orally or electronically;
c) "Documentation" means the documentation for the Library as setforth in further detail in Annex 1.
d) "IntellectualProperty Rights" means and an all intellectual property rights wherever in the world, whether registrable or not registrable, registered or unregistered, including any application or right of application for such rights, including: authors’ rights, copyrights, where software copyrights are concerned both the source code version as well as the object code version, related rights, database rights, designs, trade secrets, know-how, algorithms, business names, trade names, trademarks, goodwill, service marks, passing offrights, unfair competition rights, utility, patents, utility models, semi-conductortopography rights, domain names, and any rights in any of the foregoing;
e) "Know How" shall mean any andall technical data, information, materials, trade secrets, technology, formulas, processes, and ideas, in any form in which the foregoing may exist;
f) "Library" means the software library ("Library")along with a range of features used to build applications over the blockchaindeveloped by Us as further explained in Annex 1;
g) "Fee" means the amount(s) that the Parties have agreed to be payable byYou to Us in respect of this Agreement as further specified in Section 9.
h) “Digital Asset” means a digital representation in the blockchain of any type of assetorright.
3. DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICES
3.1 The G2C Suite is a Software Development Kit (SDK) provided by Us to You for direct use. You shall have access to this SDKand may utilize it in accordance with this agreement and the documentation provided by Us. The documentation will be made available in your Control Panelonce you create an account at https://suite.gate2chain.com/session/login.
3.2 The documentation outlines the functions available within the SDK, which are categorized as follows:
- WalletFunctions: These functions are detailed in the technical documentation provided by Us.
- PaymentFunctions: You will have access to specific functions related to payment processes, as described in the documentation.
- DataFunctions (MetanetObjects): The SDK includes functions that allow You to manage data using Metanet Objects, with detailed information available in the documentation.
- TokenFunctions (Digital Assets): Tools within the SDK are provided to enable You to work with tokens and digital assets, as explained in the corresponding documentation.
3.3 These tools are available to You for use in the application layer, in accordance with specific use cases. You will have the capability to use these tools as needed in your own systems on a self-service basis.
3.4 In this sense, You expressly understand and agree that the services provided, along with the ensuing responsibilities, arestrictly confined to the functions outlined in this clause. Under no circumstances shall G2C be held responsible for the proper functioning of your application layer.
4. YOUR USERACCOUNT
4.1 In order to enjoy access to and all benefits of the Website and the Library, You must open an own user account. If You create a user account, You are responsible for maintaining the security of your account and are responsible for all activities that occur under your account. You agree to provide accurate, complete, and current information about yourself as prompted by the registration process and to update such information to keep it accurate, complete, and current.
4.2 Should You gain notice of any unauthorized use of your account or other breaches of security, You must inform Us immediately. You acknowledge and agree that We are not responsible or liable for any damages caused by your acts or omissions to safeguard your user account. You agree to indemnify and hold Us harmless for any unauthorized use of your account or other breaches of security, whether known or unknown to You.
4.3 We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to suspend, restrict or terminate access to the Website and the Library for any user account that We reasonably believe to be compromised, insecure, or misused. We shall have no liability for any loss or damage arising from such suspension, restriction, or termination of access.
4.5 You agree that We may use technical measures to detect and prevent unauthorized access or use of the Website and the Library. You also acknowledge and agree that We may access, preserve, and disclose your account information and any other information if required to do so by law or in a good faith belief that such access, preservation, or disclosure is reasonably necessary to comply with legal process or to protect our rights or property, or the rights or property of our users or the public.
5. GRANT OF ACCESS AND RIGHT TO USE
5.1 We grant You a non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable right to access and use the Library and developer tools specified in Annex 1 (including all software features and any Intellectual Property Rights contained there in) through the control panel for the purposes of developing your own applications and using them in your own (or other third party) offerings.
5.2 You may not assign or transfer the license granted to You under this agreement, in whole or in part, without our prior written consent. Any attempt to do so without our consent will be null andvoid.
5.3 The license granted under this agreement is valid for worldwide use, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
5.4 You are free to use the Library for the development of your own applications, websites, or other platforms and to integrate them into your own offerings. The Library is property of G2C, and it shall remain open to use by all participants and developers active on our Website.
5.5 You may not use the Library or developer tools for any illegal or unauthorized purpose. You must comply with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations in Your use of the Library and developer tools, including but not limited to laws governing intellectual property and data protection.
5.6 You acknowledge that the Library and developer tools are provided "as is" and without warranty of anykind. We do not guarantee that the Library or developer tools will be uninterrupted or error-free, and We are not responsible for any errors or interruptions in Your use of the Library or developer tools.
5.7 We reserve the right to modify, suspend, ordiscontinue the Library or developer tools at any time without notice orliability to You.
5.8 You are solely responsible for the use ofthe Library and developer tools and for any content, data, or other informationthat You upload or otherwise provide to the Library or developer tools. We donot control the content, data, or other information that You upload orotherwise provide, and We are not responsible for any errors or omissions insuch content, data, or other information.
5.9 You acknowledge and agree that We may useYour name and logo in connection with the promotion and marketing of theLibrary and developer tools.
6. LIBRARY USAGE:
6.1 When using the Library to build your ownapplications, websites, or other platforms, you must ensure that your use ofthe Library complies with the terms of the license under which the Library ismade available.
6.2 You are responsible for ensuring that yourapplications, websites, or other platforms that use the Library do not infringeon the intellectual property rights of others, including but not limited tocopyright, patent, and trademark rights. You should also consider any potentialprivacy and security risks associated with your use of the Library and takeappropriate measures to address them.
6.3 You should not use the Library in any waythat could be harmful, offensive, or illegal, including but not limited tousing the Library to create applications or platforms that facilitatediscrimination, harassment, or other harmful behaviors. It is yourresponsibility to ensure that your use of the Library is ethical and incompliance with applicable laws and regulations.
7.1 The implementation of the Library in yourapplications, websites, or other platforms may require additional servicesbeyond the instructions provided on our website and basic support. If this isthe case, implementation services can be agreed upon between You and Us.
7.2 These implementation services may includebut are not limited to assistance with installation, configuration andintegration of the Library into your existing systems. The specific details ofthese implementation services will be determined on a case-by-case basis andmay require the Parties to enter into a separate implementation service order.
7.3 It is important to note that any additionalimplementation services agreed upon between the Parties will be subject toseparate agreement. This agreement will outline the scope of the implementationservices, the timeframe for completion, and any associated fees or costs.
7.4 t is your responsibility to ensure that youhave the necessary technical expertise and resources to implement the Libraryin your applications, websites, or other platforms. While we may providesupport and guidance, we cannot guarantee that the implementation will besuccessful or that it will meet your specific needs or requirements.
8.1 As the Licensor, We provide basic self-servicesupport to help you resolve general issues related to your account and use ofthe Library. This support may include resources and documentation madeavailable through the current online-support pages, updates/feeds, and otherpages on our website.
8.2 If you have any questions or need furtherassistance after reviewing the provided resources, you may contact us forsupport. However, please note that any additional support beyond the basicself-service support will only be provided if we agree to it in a separateagreement.
8.3 It is important to understand that you aresolely responsible for providing support to your customers regarding product orservice delivery, support, returns, refunds, and any other issues related toyour products and/or services or other business activities. We are notresponsible for providing support to your customers unless we agree to do so ina separate agreement.
8.4 Any support we provide is subject to oursupport policies and procedures, which we may update or modify from time totime at our sole discretion. We reserve the right to refuse or terminatesupport if we determine that your use of the Library violates the terms of thisagreement or applicable laws and regulations.
9.1 You shall pay a monthly fee for the grant ofaccess to and right to use the Library and basic support based on the followingterms:
9.2 The pricing model is based on limits, thatis, You will pay a monthly fee and will have the right to use the librarypaying the basic fee until exceeding any of the limits described below..
9.3 In the event that You exceed the limit ofthe basic fee, shall contract the increase of the limitsbycontactingus and it will increase case by case the monthly fee. In the eventthat at the end of the month the new contracted limit has not been reached, Youwill not be entitled to claim any refund.
9.4 This fees include:
- Miner fees
- Software and platform right of Access and useaccording to your contacted limits
- Documentation, resources and support as describedin the present terms
9.5 You shall pre-pay the monthly fee in advancevia Credit Card or other suitable online payment system designated by Us.Pre-payments are required before gaining access to and using the Library andnon-refundable. We are entitled to suspend your access to the Website and theLibrary, if your monthly fee cannot be charged/processed by us until themonthly fee is wired to our account.
9.6 In the event that You extend the limitshaving a previous paid plan, a new monthly fee will be generated, making theamount paid for the previous plan non-refundable.
9.7 Should the parties agree on implementationproject services in a separate agreement the fees established therein shallgovern.
9.8 No amount disbursed will be refundable evenin case of early termination of the agreement.
10. TRANSACTION PROCESSING FEES
10.1 In order to process transactions on theblockchain, a processing fee for both, the issuance and transaction of digitalassets, will be required. This fees will be calculated based on the currentmarket rates at the time of the transaction and will be assumed by G2C, withoutany cost to You.
a) Miners Fee:The processing fee covers the cost of validating and recording the transactionon the blockchain, as well as the ongoing maintenance and development of thenetwork.
Any miner fees associated with the transactionwill be assumed by G2C and will not affect You. These fees are charged by theminers who validate and confirm transactions on the blockchain and arenecessary to ensure the security and integrity of the network.
b) Deposit for the issuance of digitalassets: To create digital assets, the networkrequires a deposit which will be provided by G2C. Once the token is burned, thedeposit must be returned to G2C who will be in any case the sole owner of saiddeposit. In that sense, You expresslyassume and accept that in no case you will have any right over the deposit madeby G2C.
You may have a maximum of 10.000 tokens issued,if You want to issue new tokens having reached the maximum allowed, You mustburn a token already issued for each new one You wish to issue or contract newlimits as set out in clause 9.3
10.2 By agreeing to use the G2C platform andprocess transactions on the blockchain, You acknowledge and accept thetransaction processing fees and deposit requirements.
10.3 G2C reserves the right to change at itssole discretion the terms of this clause, although any changes will becommunicated to You.
11. YOUR RESPONSABILITIES
11.1 As the user of the Library, if you postmaterial onto your website, applications, or platform, or within your systemenvironment, or place links or otherwise make content available, you areentirely responsible for the content of such material and any potential harm ordamages resulting from it.
11.2 By making content available, you representand warrant that such content is not in any way harmful, pornographic,threatening, or incites violence, and does not violate the privacy rights ofany third party or public policy. It is important to note that we are notresponsible for any of your content and are entitled to suspend your access tothe Website and the Library if we find, in our discretion, that your content isharmful.
11.3 It is important to ensure that any contentyou post using the Library complies with all applicable laws and regulations,including intellectual property laws, and does not infringe upon the rights ofany third parties. You are solely responsible for ensuring that your content islawful and does not violate the rights of others.
11.4 As the user of the Library, you areresponsible for any content you post using the Library and any potential harmor damages resulting from it. You represent and warrant that your content isnot harmful and does not violate the privacy rights of any third party orpublic policy. You shall indemnify and hold us harmless from any third-partyclaims raised against us based on your harmful content, including damages andcosts (and reasonable attorneys' fees).
12.1 As the owner of the Library, we representand warrant that we own all the Intellectual Property Rights embodied in theLibrary specified in Annex 1 and have the right to grant access and use of theLibrary under this Agreement. We also represent and warrant that theIntellectual Property Rights embodied in the Library do not infringe upon anythird-party rights in your jurisdiction.
In other words, we guarantee that we have thelegal authority to allow you to use the Library and that the Library does notviolate any third-party rights in your jurisdiction. We take our responsibilityseriously and have taken steps to ensure that the Library is free of any legalobstacles that could affect your use of it.
12.2 It is important to note that we cannotguarantee that the Library will always be free of errors or that it will meetall of your requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure that the Libraryis suitable for your specific purposes before you begin to use it.
13.1 The Library, including all associatedsoftware, code, algorithms, databases, and any related intellectual propertyrights, is and shall remain the exclusive property of G2C.
Users acknowledge and agree that the platform isprotected by copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, and other laws. Anyunauthorized use, reproduction, or distribution of the platform or itscomponents is strictly prohibited.
Nothing in these terms and conditions shall beconstrued as granting users any rights to use, modify, reproduce, distribute,or create derivative works based on the platform, except as expresslyauthorized by G2C.
13.2 Users may contribute content, includingdata and information, to the platform (“User-Generated Content”).
Users represent and warrant that they have thenecessary rights and permissions to submit User-Generated Content and that suchcontent does not infringe upon the intelectual property or other rights of anythird party.
13.3 The blockchain technology utilized by theplatform, including any enhancements, modifications, or developments thereof,is proprietary/licensee to G2C.
Users shall not attempt to reverse engineer,decompile, disassemble, or otherwise derive the source code or underlyingtechnology of the platform or any part thereof.
G2C may, at its sole discretion, make availablecertain aspects of the blockchain technology for public use, subject toseparate terms and conditions governing such use.
13.4 G2C’s names, logos, and any other trademarks or service marks used inconnection with the platform are the exclusive property of G2C.
Users shall not use, copy, imitate, or modifythe trademarks without the prior written consent of G2C.
Any use of G2C’s trademarks in connection with products or services that are notprovided by G2C is strictly prohibited and may constitute trademarkinfringement.
13.5 Users shall respect the intellectualproperty rights of third parties when using the platform.
G2C is not responsible for any infringement orviolation of third-party intellectual property rights by users.
G2C may, at its discretion, implement mechanismsto address and remedy claims of intellectual property infringement, includingthe removal of infringing content or suspension of user accounts.
13.6 G2C reserves the right to update, modify,or enhance the platform, including its intelectual property, at its solediscretion.
Users acknowledge that continued use of theplatform after any updates or modifications constitutes acceptance of therevised terms.
By accessing and using the platform, usersexpressly acknowledge and agree to abide by the terms of this IntellectualProperty Clause.
13.7 The provisions of this Clause 13 shallremain operative and in full force and effect regardless of the expiration ortermination of this Agreement.
14.DEFENSE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
14.1 As the owner of the Library, we take theprotection of our Intellectual Property Rights very seriously. We expect you todo the same and notify us immediately if you become aware of any violations ofthe Intellectual Property Rights in the Library specified in Annex 1 conductedby third parties.
14.2 In the event of such a violation, we arenot obligated to take action against the offender. However, we will enable you totake legal action against the offender at your own expense by granting youauthorization to sue, if required and possible under applicable law. We willalso provide you with all the necessary information and support to help youpursue legal action against the offender.
14.3 It is important to note that you will bearthe cost of any legal proceedings against the offender. However, we willprovide all reasonable assistance to ensure that your legal action issuccessful.
14.4 if you become aware of any violations ofthe Intellectual Property Rights in the Library specified in Annex 1 conductedby third parties, you must notify us immediately. While we are not obligated totake action against the offender, we will enable you to take legal actionagainst them and provide all necessary information and support. However, youwill bear the cost of any legal proceedings against the offender.
15. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
15.1 We take our obligations under thisAgreement seriously and will use our best efforts to ensure that the Libraryoperates as described on our Website. However, to the fullest extent permittedby applicable law, we exclude all liability for any damages or losses arisingout of or in connection with your use of the Library, whether such damages or lossesare direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special, punitive, orexemplary, and whether or not we have been advised of the possibility of suchdamages or losses.
15.2 It is important to note that our exclusionof liability does not apply in cases of wilful intent or gross negligence onour part. In such cases, we will be liable for damages caused by such wilfulintent or gross negligence.
15.3 In any event, our liability shall belimited to the amount of the fees paid by You to Us under this Agreement.
15.4 You acknowledge and agree that thelimitations and exclusions of liability set forth in this Clause are reasonableand reflect a fair allocation of risk between You and Us.
16.1 Subject to the aforementioned provisions,the Parties shall: (i) keep all Confidential Information confidential at alltimes; (ii) not use any Confidential Information other than for the purposescontemplated by this Agreement; (iii) not copy or disseminate any ConfidentialInformation of the other Party; and (iv) not publish, disclose or divulge anyConfidential Information to any third party other than the Party’s employees andprofessional advisors who have a reasonable need to know or access suchinformation.
16.2 For the purpose of this Agreement,Confidential Information shall be deemed to exclude information which a Partycan demonstrate by documentary evidence: (i) is, or becomes, readily availablein the public domain other than as the result of the violation of thisAgreement or other act or omission by such Party; (ii) was lawfully known tosuch Party without restriction on use or disclosure at the time of disclosurehereunder; (iii) is hereafter lawfully received by such Party from a thirdparty authorized to make such disclosure and without restriction on use ordisclosure; (iv) is approved for release by prior written consent from thedisclosing Party; or (v) is required to be disclosed by law, a court order orcompetent government authority, provided that in such case the receiving Partyshall promptly inform the disclosing Party of such requirement of disclosureprior to the disclosure such that the disclosing Party has an opportunity toobject to the production or disclosure through seeking a protective order.
16.3 The confidentiality obligations containedin this Section 16 shall remain effective until five (5) years after thetermination of this Agreement.
17. DATA PROTECTION
You are responsible for compliance with any dataprotection laws applicable to your blockchain-related business resp. towardsyour own customers and their rights under applicable data protection laws. Youhereby represent and warrant that your data processing activities are incompliance with applicable data protection law sand that You have provided allthe necessary information or received all necessary consents from yourcustomers (if required by law). You shall indemnify Us and hold Us harmless inthe event of any third party claims raised against Us based on an allegedinfringement of data privacy laws in particular damages, disbursements (incl.reasonable attorneys' fees). If and to the extent necessary (e.g. if We are togain access to personal data of You or your customers for specific projectservices or maintenance and support services separately agreed), We will enterinto a Data Processing Agreement (DPA) in line with applicable England andWales legislation.
18. TERM AND TERMINATION
18.1 This Agreement shall enter into forceimmediately upon signing by the Parties and remain valid for an initial term ofone (1) year, thereafter shall automatically extend for the same period eachyear.
18.2 EachParty may terminate the Agreement for convenience with a prior written noticeof two (2) days.
18.3 ThisAgreement shall automatically terminate with immediate effect if either Partyis declared bankrupt, becomes insolvent or enters into composition procedures.
18.4 Upontermination of the Agreement, the right of access and to use the Librarygranted in this Agreement shall cease to apply. In no case we are responsiblefor the migration of your website, applications and/or platform to any otherprovider and interoperability with the other provider's systems.
18.5 For the purpose of clarification, it is affirmed that upon the termination of this Agreement, the Provider will facilitate the stored data to the Client specifically for migration purposes. It is important to note that under no circumstances will G2C be involved in any tasks beyond the provision of the data generated by You. The scope of G2C's responsibilities is strictly limited to ensuring the availability and transferability of the data, with no additional obligations or tasks beyond this defined scope.
We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, tochange any part of this Agreement. In any such event, We will notify You thatour terms and conditions have been updated. Should You continue to use theWebsite and/or the Library or should We not receive a reply from You within ten(10) working days, this will be deemed an acceptance of our new terms andconditions. Should You not agree with our new terms and conditions within thementioned timeframe, then You are entitled to terminate this Agreement as per thenew terms and conditions come into effect. For the avoidance of doubt, Weremain free at any time to change, improve, update any technical features ofour Website and/or the Library without your consent.
20. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
20.1 This Agreement shall in all respects begoverned by and construed in accordance with the substantive laws of Englandand Wales without any reference to its conflict of laws provisions. Theprovisions of the United Nation Convention on Contracts for the InternationalSale of Goods (CISG) shall not apply.
20.2 Any disputes arising out of or inconnection with this Agreement shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdictionof the courts of the city of London.
21.1 The Parties are independent contractors.Consequently, the provisions of this Agreement shall not, under anycircumstances, be interpreted as creating any joint venture, association orpartnership between the Parties. Neither Party may bind the other in any mannerwhat so ever or in favour of anyone whomsoever, except in accordance with thisAgreement.
21.2 The failure of any of the Parties toenforce any of the provisions of this Agreement or any rights with respectthereto shall in no way be considered as a waiver of such provisions or rights,or in any way affect the validity of this Agreement. The waiver of any breachof this this Agreement by any Party hereto shall not operate to be construed asa waiver of any prior, concurrent or subsequent breach of the same and nowaiver shall be effective unless made in writing and signed by an authorizedrepresentative of the waiving Party.
21.3 If any provision of this Agreement is heldto be void, invalid or inoperative, the remaining provisions of this Agreementshall not be affected and shall continue in effect and the invalid provisionshall be deemed modified to the least degree necessary to remedy suchinvalidity.
21.4 This Agreement and any documents referredto in this Agreement shall constitute the entire agreement between the Partiesin relation to the subject matter hereof and supersede all previous agreements,arrangements and understandings between the Parties in respect hereto.
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3. PERSONAL DATA CONTROLLER
4. PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED
Personal data means any information relating to You which allows Us to identify You, such as your name, contact details, payment details and information about Your access and use of Our Website and services. We collect personal data every time You use Our Website and services, including when you browse the Website or when You contact Us. We can also collect Your personal data from the third parties mentioned in Section 3; we may also collect Your personal data in case We receive them from law enforcement authorities. The personal data We collect from You are listed below:
• Contact Information, Account, Profile Information. Such as Your first name, last name, phone number, postal address, contact data, email address, date of birth, identity summary and profile photo.
• Geo-location Information. Such as precise or approximate location determined from Your IP address or mobile device’s GPS depending on Your device settings.
• Usage Information. All information related to Your use of the Website and Our services (i.e. the content You share or You view on and through the Website).
• Log Data and Device Information. Such as details about how You’ve used the Website, IP address, access dates and times, hardware and software information, device information, device event information, unique identifiers, crash data and cookie data (as described in Our Cookies Policy; you can access to Our Cookies Policy on the Website).
• Payment Transaction Information. Such as payment instrument used, date and time, payment amount, payment instrument expiration date and billing postcode, PayPal email address, IBAN information, Your address, and other related transaction details.
• Information you voluntarily share. In addition to the personal data listed above, you may choose to share other personal data by your content submission (i.e. digital asset, messages, etc.). This data will be publicly visible by other users.
5. USE OF THE PERSONAL DATA
We only use Your personal data to process all the issues relating to the browse of Our Website and the use of the services We provide.
6. DURATION OF THE STORAGE
We store Your personal data for as long as necessary to fulfil the purpose for which is being processed. We must also consider periods for which We need to retain personal data in order to meet Our legal obligations or to deal with complaints, queries, regulatory requirements, for audit purposes, to demonstrate compliance with public health regulations and relevant entry requirements and to protect Our legal rights in the event of a claim being made. To determine the appropriate retention period, We consider the amount, nature and sensitivity of the personal data, the purposes for which We process them and whether We can achieve those purposes through other means. We will actively check the data that We hold and delete them securely after the applicable prescription period in each case. In some cases, We will anonymise the data when there is no legal need to keep them, or any other need relating to the business or the customer.
7. LEGAL BASIS
In almost all cases, We will only process Your personal data if it is necessary for the adequate performance of the contracts or agreements that You have stipulated with the Company, and/or to provide Our services. We will process Your personal data when You have specifically given Your consent. In that case, You may revoke it at any time by writing to us by e-mail to email@example.com. Additionally, we may process Your personal data when there is a legal basis to do so, such as fulfil a legal obligation. The legal basis will depend on the reason or reasons for collecting and using Your data.
We are committed to ensuring the security and confidentiality of Your personal data. Taking into account the nature of Your personal data and the risks of processing, We have put in place appropriate technical and organizational measures as required by applicable Laws to ensure an appropriate level of security and to prevent any accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, disclosure, intrusion of or unauthorized access to these data. If the Company suffers a breach involving Your personal data and this breach creates a high risk to Your rights, We will inform You about the breach, the likely consequences of it and the measures We have put in place to protect You and others in accordance with data protection Laws.
9. SHARING AND TRANSFERRING YOUR PERSONAL DATA
Your personal data may be shared with the following third parties:
• Government authorities, law courts or lawyer firms, to fulfil legal obligations.
• Third parties referred in Section 3. Our Website may contains links to other websites. Once You use those links and leave Our Website, We do not have any control over that other website. We are not responsible for the protection and privacy of any data which You may provide whilst visiting those other websites. They are governed by their own privacy statements.
• Sub-processors, You hereby grant general authorization for the sharing of data with sub-processors that are essential for the system's proper functioning.
10. COOKIES AND SITE TRACKING
11. DATA PROTECTION RIGHTS
In accordance with data protection Laws, you have the following rights:
• Access. You can request access to Your personal data We hold.
• Rectification. You can rectify Your personal data if they are not correct.
• Erasure (right to be forgotten). You can ask for Your personal data to be erased, whenever We have no legal basis to continue to process them. However, we will retain the personal data that relates to the contracts and agreements that You have stipulated with the Company to perform them, defend or pursue our legal rights and meet our obligations towards regulatory or governmental authorities.
• Object to processing. You can object to the processing of Your data according to applicable Laws, including object to automated decision-making including profiling, which produce a legal effect or similarly significant effects.
• Withdraw consent. In the limited circumstances where You may have provided Your consent to the collection, processing and transfer of Your personal information for a specific purpose, You have the right to withdraw Your consent for that specific processing at any time. Once We have received notification that You have withdrawn Your consent, We will no longer process Your information for the purpose or purposes You originally agreed to, unless We have another legitimate basis for doing so in law.
• Portability. Request portability of Your personal information in an electronic and structured form to You or to another party (commonly known as a right to “data portability”). This enables You to take Your data from Us in an electronically useable format and to be able to transfer Your data to another party in an electronically useable format.
• Lodging Complaints. You have the right to lodge complaints about Our data processing activities contacting Us as mentioned below or with the competent supervisory authority.
13. CONTACT US
You can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may update this email-address by posting a notice on Our Website.