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Effective from 25th May, 2018
2.1. Personally Identifiable Data - This kind of data can be used to uniquely identify, contact, or locate a single person or can be used with other sources to uniquely identify a single individual (e.g. names, e-mail addresses).
2.2. Pseudonymous Data - The pseudonymous data identifies a holder, that is, one or more human beings who possess but do not disclose their true names (e.g. "user 1234", instead of user Mike Miller).
2.3. Cookies - Cookies are small text files of information sent to your browser by the website operating server, which are then stored there for later retrieval. When you visit a website, cookies are accessed by the server to ensure that your preferences are maintained, which helps you view and use our Website more efficiently. Moreover, cookies tell us how often your visit the website, how you use the website and what information interests you. In this way, we can provide content and services optimized for your needs.
2.4. Pixel tags (or Web beacons) - Pixel tags are small strings of code that provide a method for delivering a graphic image on a web page for the purpose of transferring information, such as the IP address of the computer that downloaded the page on which the Web beacon appears, the URL (uniform resource locator) of the page on which the Pixel tags appear, the time the page containing the Pixels was viewed, the types of browser that fetched the Pixels and the identification number of any cookie on the computer previously placed by that server.
2.5. IP address - An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a numerical label assigned to each device (e.g., computer, printer) participating in the Internet. We store the IP address only, if it is necessary to provide a service or if may be legally necessary.
3. General information for data processing and security
3.1. We collect and process personally identifiable data within the scope of your registration and the Service, and not without your required further consent only to the extent necessary for the conclusion and execution of our contractual relationship, performing requests or billing purposes.
3.2. Your personal data are used for the following purposes:
Providing you with our services
Ensuring an efficient user experience, maintenance, technical support, and security of our Service
Technical notifications concerning our service
Responding to your requests and inquiries
3.3. We take organizational, contractual and technical security measures to ensure that the provisions of data policy laws are complied with and, as a result, the data managed by us is protected from accidental or intentional manipulations, loss, destruction or access by unauthorized persons. These security measures are monitored on a regular basis and updated according to industry standard as necessary.
3.4. As provided for by applicable provisions we are entitled to disclose and submit data for criminal prosecution and risk prevention purposes.
4. Log-in and authentication through third parties
4.1. Users can log in by using authentication services of Third-party Providers (hereinafter referred to as “authentication by a third-party”). Particularly Facebook, Twitter, Kakao, or Google can be possible authentication service providers.
4.2. As a requirement for the authentication through a third-party, users should be registered at the respective third party and enter the necessary login details in the appropriate web formula or should be already logged in to the third party.
4.3. In the context of log-in, we receive a user ID with the information under which the user with this ID is logged in and an ID that cannot be further used by the service provider. Whether we receive further data depends only on the user who uses the authentication by a Third-party Provider, the data that is selected to be released in the context of the authentication, and which data has been authorized by the user in the privacy or other settings of the user account at the Third-party Provider. The data can differ, depending on the provider and the selections of the user.
In case of Facebook, this is the - so called - “Public Profile Information”, that can be seen by everyone. This includes the name, profile and cover picture, gender, networks (i.e., school or working place), whether or not you are, according to your Facebook data, 21 years of age or older (only if these data elements are viewable by the public according to your Facebook privacy settings), user name (Facebook URL) and user identification number (Facebook ID).
4.4. The password that has been entered in the context of the authentication by a Third-party Provider cannot be seen by us, neither can it be saved by the service provider.
4.5. The users are asked to keep in mind that their data, which we save, can be compared and synchronized with their user account at the Third-party Provider automatically. There is no obligation however for us to update the data.
4.6. In the case that users decide that they do not wish to further use the connection of their user account at the Third-party Provider for the authentication by a Third-party Provider, they must cancel this connection within their user account at the Third-party Provider. If the users wish to delete their data we save, they must cancel their account at our Service.