- who use the website (‘Website’);
- who use the Services;
- whose personal data is part of the content included in our Services.
1. How we use your personal data
Website and Clients
If you contact us regarding our Services, the forms you fill out or the emails you send us may contain your personal information such as your name as an organization contact, your email address, organization address, position, phone number and your request.
In accordance with our legal interest in business promotion and management, we will process your request to respond to you and to provide information about our Services.
In addition, we may process requests in order to conclude Services Provision Agreement.
We also store such information in our customer relationship management system providing a single overview of all our Customers (potential or current), their contacts, contract information and other commercial information. The Customer Relationship Management System also contains information about Customer interactions (which may include emails, short call and meeting content).
You are not obliged to provide us with any information, but if you do not provide us with relevant information, we will not be able to support you.
INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOU WHEN USING OUR SERVICES
We collect information on how you use our Services. This information helps us administer, manage, protect and improve the Services (and provide customer support for the use of the Services). This information may also be used for security risk management and identification purposes when logging in and/or using the Service.
We may use the email address we receive from you to send you news by mail. If you do not want to receive a newsletter, click the ‘unsubscribe’ button at the end of each marketing email.
In accordance with our legal interest in promoting our business, we use the email address we received from you to provide you with this information.
The circumstances may also arise in which we may ask you for express consent regarding our use of your data. We will notify you if necessary.
HOW TO USE OUR WEBSITE (DATA ANALYSIS)
The Website uses Analytics Cookies to gather analytical information, such as your network address (IP), to analyze how visitors use our Website.
We process this information to understand how visitors use our Website and to compile statistical reports on this activity (for example, your network address (IP) is used to identify the country from which you are accessing the Website; we collect this information to, for example, know that visitors visit our Website from the territory of certain regions). This information is not used by us to create your personal profile.
We do not link automatically collected data from the Website to personally identifiable information from any source or create your personal profile using this information.
You can always enable or disable cookie collection in your browser settings. By default, most browsers allow the transfer of cookies, but this can be changed. For more information, please refer to your browser menu for help.
ALL MATERIALS YOU PROVIDE TO US
If you send us inappropriate content or behave improperly using our Website, we may use the personal information contained in your messages to respond to and suppress such behavior.
We process personal data in this way only in the legitimate interest to guarantee the legal use of our Website and our Services in order to avoid damaging our system (and the accessibility of our Services), insulting our employees and others, and to respect our legitimate rights and perform our legitimate obligations.
In case if we reasonably believe that you are violating or may be violating the law (for example, if the content you create contains insults or slander), we have the right to use your personal data, including your email address/information about your Internet service provider, for transmitting this information to third parties or to law enforcement agencies.
Information stored as part of our Services
Information investprojects.info Portal
The information contained in the Portal is primarily organization-oriented. However, it also stores information about employees, founders and shareholders of companies. Such information may include name, current and previous position, current and previous participation in companies, Russian tax identification number (tax ID), disqualification information, and contact details.
Information stored on the Portal is obtained from public sources such as public websites, public government databases and/or commercial partners. Information can also be obtained directly from the person whose information is published. In this case, the information is published only upon consent of the person concerned.
We process such information in accordance with the legitimate interests pursued by us or our Customers to enable companies to control their financial risks, protect against fraud, have information about their counterparties, comply with regulatory requirements, and be aware of the activities of organizations and have information about different industries and markets.
2. Legal bases
Learn more about the legal bases for processing your personal data.
Legitimate Interest refers to the interests of our organization in running and managing our business in order to provide you with the best services/products and the highest level of security. We seek to ensure and always take into account the balance between any impact on you (both positive and negative) and your rights before processing your personal data in our legitimate interest. We do not use your personal data for activities in which our interests would prevail over your privacy rights and would unduly affect your privacy (or your right to privacy), unless your personal consent is obtained or where such activities are expressly permitted by law.
Contract Execution means processing your data, if necessary, to perform the contract or take the measures you require before entering into such contract.
Consent means that we request your consent to the specific use of your personal data when we need it. A request is always a separate and stand-alone document that clearly sets out its subject matter.
Compliance with legal obligations implies processing your personal data, if necessary, to comply with the legal obligations imposed on us and applicable to us.
Public Interest means processing your personal data to perform a task in the public interest, as defined in the relevant law.
Public interest journalism involves the processing of data for the publication of journalistic material when we reasonably believe that the publication of such material will be carried out in the public interest (given the importance of public interest in freedom of speech and information).
3. Do we share your personal data with someone?
We only allow them to process your personal data for certain purposes and in accordance with our guidelines. All of our third-party service providers must take appropriate security measures to protect your personal data in accordance with our policies. Third-party service providers include customer relationship management, web hosting, and IT support.
We provide information integrated into our Services (and which may contain personal data) to our Customers (enterprises and organizations with which we enter into agreements to provide access to our Services). Customers shall always use our Services in accordance with the terms and conditions of such Services.
In addition, we may disclose your data to the extent that we are required to do so by law (including passing information to executive and judicial authorities), in connection with any litigation or possible litigation, to establish, enforce or protect our legal rights (including providing data to others to prevent fraud).
If we are involved in the merger, acquisition or sale of part or all of our business or assets, the information held by us may become part of the sale. In this case, we will notify you by e-mail and/or post a message on the Website regarding any changes in the status of ownership or use of the data, as well as options for your actions with regards to this.
Unless otherwise provided for above, we do not provide your data to third parties.
4. Your rights regarding your personal data we process
We respect your rights under current data protection laws. These rights are not absolute and do not apply in all situations without exception.
You can request a copy of the data we process about you and correct the inaccuracies
You may request from us:
Confirmation of whether we are processing your personal data and, if so, a positive response;
A copy of the personal data about you that we keep;
to correct inaccuracies of data.
We will make the necessary efforts within the limits established by law to provide or correct your personal data that is stored in our systems (and in any third parties to whom it has been communicated).
Objection to our processing of your data
You may request that your personal information be restricted, suspended, or deleted if:
You have consented to the processing of personal data and have withdrawn this consent;
We no longer need to process this personal data for the purposes for which it was obtained;
We process these personal data (including profiling) as such processing is done in a public interest, or in order to pursue the legitimate interests of ‘PrCS’ Ltd or third parties, and you disagree with the processing and believe that our legitimate interest does not prevail over your rights to continue processing the data;
Personal data had been processed illegally;
You need to remove personal data to fulfill legal obligations;
Personal data are processed in relation to the provision of the service to the child.
In some cases, you may remove personal data from your account for our Services by following the instructions in your account settings.
Obtaining a machine-readable copy of your personal information that you can use from another service provider
We process the data to fulfill our obligations to you or if you agree;
processing is automated, we will help you move, copy, or transfer your personal information to another IT system at your request.
Filing a complaint with the supervisory body
If you are not happy with how we process your personal information, please let us know.
Alternatively, if you disagree with how we processed your personal data or answered your questions, you may file a complaint with the Body for Supervision of Compliance with Personal Data Protection Legislation.
We do not use this Website or Services intentionally to obtain data from children or provide advertising to children under the age of 13. If a parent or guardian has learned that his or her child has provided us with information without their consent, he or she should contact us. We remove such information within a reasonable time.
We will take all reasonable technical and organizational precautions to avoid abuse, incorrect or unauthorized modification of your personal data. For example, our databases are password protected, restricted and only allowed to employees. Please note that we try to ensure the necessary security of the information we process and store, but no security system prevents unauthorized entry into the system.
We have implemented procedures to process any suspicious violations of personal data and will notify you and any regulator of relevant violations in cases where we have such a duty by law.
7. Storage periods
In order to determine the proper retention period of personal data, we take into account the scope, nature and level of privacy of personal data, the possible risk of damage from unauthorized use or disclosure of your data, the purpose of processing your personal data and whether we can achieve the necessary goals in other ways, as well as taking into account the requirements of the relevant legislation.