Valid from 01.09.2020
Processing of personal data is any activity performed with the personal data of the user of the website (hereinafter user) - collection, processing, storage, correction, or deletion of data.
Users are all persons who visit the website, consume services, or provide information to Agravial. For example, reading articles, subscribing to services, or contacting Agravial by email.
The services are all free and paid products and services offered by Agravial.
PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
By using the website, the user consents to the processing of his/her data in accordance with these privacy terms.
Agravial collects the following personal data of users through the website in the following ways:
· user email address - When a user joins a mailing list or sends an email.
· user name and email address - when the user makes an information request;
· Website traffic statistics - using Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel.
USE OF PERSONAL DATA
Agravial uses personal data:
· to provide a service to the user, such as concluding and performing a contract, communicating with the user, forwarding invoices;
· to send notifications about new articles, services, and campaigns to the user's email address, but only with the user's prior consent.
Agravial uses website traffic statistics to improve the website user experience and to market it more effectively.
The user has the right to prohibit the processing of his/her personal data at any time, unless it is necessary to fulfill a requirement arising from the contract, including the provision of a service.
TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA TO THIRD PARTIES
The third party is the contractual partner of Agravial, which processes personal data and whose product or service offers services to the user of Agravial.
For its daily activities, Agravial can use third parties who provide
· email transmission and management system,
· website hosting,
· analysis of website usage statistics,
· use of social media and analysis of social media statistics,
· use of accounting software.
In addition to the third parties mentioned in the previous clause, Agravial transmits the user's personal data to cooperation partners. This is only to the extent necessary to provide the service to the user.
STORAGE AND SECURITY OF PERSONAL DATA
Agravial retains personal data for as long as it is necessary for the purpose or pursuant to law. For example, accounting data is retained for seven (7) years from the end of the financial year, and the email address on the mailing list is retained until the user wishes to remove it.
Agravial takes all reasonable measures to protect the personal data processed. Only authorized persons have access to the modification and processing of personal data, and the personal data of all users are treated as confidential information.
The user has the right at any time to:
· express a request for access to their data;
· to demand the correction, supplementation, or deletion of personal data under the conditions prescribed by law;
· require restrictions on the processing of personal data;
· require the transfer of personal data.
In order to exercise their rights, the user must send a corresponding request to the email address email@example.com.
If the user belongs to the Agravial mailing list, he or she can delete himself or herself from the mailing list and unsubscribe from further messages via the link at the end of the email.
If the user believes that his or her rights have been violated during the processing of personal data, he or she has the right to apply to the Data Protection Inspectorate.
A cookie is a small text file that a web browser automatically saves to a device used by a user. Cookies may be created by different service providers, such as Google and Facebook. Cookies are not dangerous for your computer.
There are two types of cookies:
1st Persistent cookies that remain permanently in the cookie file on the user's computer. They can be used, for example, to identify the user as a repeat visitor to the website and to adapt the content of the website to the user's needs or to collect statistics.
2nd Session cookies are temporary and disappear when the user leaves the website or closes their browser. Session cookies may be used to enable certain functions of the website, such as requesting a service or product, etc.
Cookies are used to collect information about how the website is used to make it more personal and user-friendly for users. In addition, cookies help to collect user statistics, which allow us to measure and improve the performance of the website, and provide basic data for effective marketing activities.
To collect usage statistics, Agravial uses the Google Analytics service to collect data about subpages visited, time of visit, number of visits, devices used, entry channels, and other statistics.
Follow the links below to find out more about Facebook ads and Facebook Pixel.