This Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as the Policy) sets out the rules for the use of personal information received from site users (hereinafter referred to as Users) by the site administrator ( ) (hereinafter referred to as the Company). This Privacy Policy applies to all Users of the Site. All terms and definitions found in the text of the Policy are interpreted in accordance with the current legislation of the European Union (hereinafter – the EU). Users expressly consent to the processing of their personal data as described in this Policy. The use of the Site means the User’s unconditional consent to the Policy and the specified conditions of information processing.

The User should not use the Site if the User does not agree with the terms of the Policy.

1. Personal information of Users processed by the Company

1.1. The Site collects, accesses and uses Users’ personal data, technical and other information related to Users for the purposes defined by the Policy.
1.2. Technical information is not personal data. The Company uses cookies to identify the User. Cookies are text files available to the Company to process information about User activity, including information about which pages the User visited and the time the User spent on the page. The user can disable the use of cookies in the browser settings.
1.3. Technical information is also understood as information that is automatically transmitted to the Company during the use of the Site using the software installed on the User’s device.
1.4. The User’s personal data means the information that the User provides to the Company when filling out an application or feedback form on the Site and subsequent use of the Site. The information required to provide the Company is marked in a special way. Other information is provided by the User at his discretion.
1.5. The Company may also process data made publicly available by the subject of personal data or subject to publication or mandatory disclosure in accordance with the law.
1.6. The Company does not verify the accuracy of personal information provided by the User and is unable to assess his legal capacity. However, the Company assumes that the User provides reliable and sufficient personal information about himself and keeps this information up to date.

2. Purposes of processing Users’ personal information

2.1. The main purpose of the Company in collecting personal data is to provide information and consulting services to Users. Users agree that the Company may also use their personal data to:

2.2. The Company uses technical information anonymously for the purposes specified in clause 2.1.

3. Conditions and methods of processing Users’ personal information and its transfer to third parties.

3.1. The User consents to the processing of his personal data by sending an application (any written or electronic request containing contact details).
3.2. Processing of the User’s personal data means collection, recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, clarification (updating, modification), extraction, use, transfer (distribution, provision, access), depersonalization, blocking, deletion, destruction of the User’s personal data.
3.3. In relation to the User’s personal information, its confidentiality is maintained, except in cases where the User voluntarily provides information about himself for general access to an unlimited number of persons.
3.4. The Company has the right to transfer the User’s personal information to third parties in the following cases:

4. Measures applied to protect the User’s personal information

4.1. The Company takes necessary and sufficient legal, organizational and technical measures to protect the User’s personal information from unauthorized or accidental access, destruction, modification, blocking, copying, distribution, as well as from other illegal actions with it by third parties.

5. Dispute Resolution

5.1. All possible disputes arising from the relations regulated by this Policy are resolved in accordance with the procedure established by the current EU legislation, according to the norms of European law.
5.2. Compliance with the pre-trial (claim) dispute settlement procedure is mandatory.

6. Additional conditions

6.1. The Company has the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy without the User’s consent.
6.2. The new Privacy Policy comes into force from the moment it is posted, unless otherwise provided by the new version of the Privacy Policy.
6.3. Continued use of the Site after making such changes confirms the User’s consent to such changes.