Data Protection Guidelines
The present Data Protection Guidelines (hereinafter referred to as the Guidelines) apply in respect of all information that the web-site Unica (hereinafter referred to as Unica) based on a domain unica.study (and its sub-domains) can receive with regard to the User in the course of using the web-site unica.study and its sub-domains, its programs and products.
- Terms and definitions
1.1 In the present Guidelines the following terms are used:
1.1.1. “Web-site administration” (hereinafter referred to as the Administration) – staff members entitled to manage Unica web-site acting on behalf of “Unica” LLC, who organize and/or carry out personal data processing, and set the goals for the personal data processing, the amount of the personal data to be processed and the actions and operations implemented with regard to the personal data.
1.1.2. “Personal data” – any information related to a physical body being directly or indirectly identified (personal data owner).
1.1.3. “Personal data processing” – any action or operation, or the set of actions or operations, carried out with the use of automation facilities or without such facilities towards the personal data, including collection, recording, systematizing, storage, refinement, retrieval, usage, transfer (dissemination, providing access), depersonalization, blocking, deletion or destruction of personal data.
1.1.4. “Confidentiality of personal data” is an obligatory requirement towards the Operator or other persons having access to the personal data to avoid disseminating them without the consent of the data owner or the presence of the legal foundation for that.
1.1.5. “Unica” web-site is a set of the interrelated web-pages located in Internet at the unique address (URL): unica.study, and its sub-domains.
1.1.6. “Sub-domains” are web-pages or sets of web-pages located on the third-level domains owned by Unica web-site, and other temporary pages containing the contact information of the Administration.
1.1.5. “User of Unica web-site” (hereinafter referred to as the User) is a person having access to Unica web-site via Internet and using the information, materials and products of Unica web-site.
1.1.7. “Cookies” a small fragment data sent by the web-server and stored at the computer of the user, which a web-client or a web-browser sends to the web-server in a HTTP request any time the user tries to open the web-page of the web-site.
1.1.8. “IP-address” is a unique web-address in the computer network that allows the User to access Unica.
1.1.9. “Product” is a product ordered by the User via the web-site and paid through the payment systems or in any other applicable manner.
- General provisions
2.1. If the User uses Unica web-site, he or she agrees with the present Data Protection Guidelines and the terms of personal data processing.
2.2 In case the User does not agree with the Data Protection Guidelines the User should stop using Unica web-site.
2.3. The present Data Protection Guidelines applies to Unica web-site. Unica is not controlling and is not responsible for the web-sites of third parties the User can access following the links placed on Unica web-site.
2.4. The administration does not verify the truthfulness of the personal data submitted by the User.
- Subject of the Data Protection Guidelines
3.1.The present Data Protection Guidelines establish the obligations of the Administration to hold confidential the personal data submitted by the User at the request of the Administration when registering, signing up to the e-mails or making an order.
3.2. The personal data which can be processed within the frames of the present Data Protection Guidelines are submitted by the User by means of completing the forms on the Unica web-site and may include the following information:
3.2.1. User’s surname and name
3.2.2. contact phone number
3.2.3. e-mail address
3.2.4. residential address
3.3. Unica protects the Data automatically transferred when visiting the pages:
– IP address
– cookies information
– browser information
– access time
– referrer (previous page address).
3.3.1. Turning cookies off can lead to the failure to access some parts of the web-site requiring authorization.
3.3.2. Unica collects statistics on the IP addresses of its users. This information is collected in order to prevent, detect and solve technical problems.
3.4. Any other personal information not listed above (history, browsers, operating system etc) should be stored and held confidential with the exception of the cases provided for by points 5.2 and 5.3 of the present Guidelines.
- Aims of collection of the personal information
4.1. The Administration can use the User’s personal data for the following aims:
4.1.1. Identification of the User registered on Unica web-site for his or her further authorization, making an order and other actions.
4.1.2. Providing the user with an access to the personalized data of the Unica web-site.
4.1.3 To give feedback to the User, including sending the notifications and requests related to the usage of Unica web-site, the services provided, and processing the User’s orders and requests.
4.1.4. User’s localization in order to prevent fraud and ensure security.
4.1.5. Verify the authenticity and completeness of the personal data provided by the User.
4.1.6. Creating account to use parts of Unica web-site if the User gave his or her consent to create the account.
4.1.7. Sending notifications to the User via e-mail.
4.1.8. Providing efficient technical support to the User if any problems occur in relation to the usage of the Unica web-site.
4.1.9. Providing the User with the information about special offers, process, news and other information related to Unica web-site in case he or her gives consent.
4.1.10. Advertising Unica’s activities in case the User gives consent to this.
- Methods and terms of personal data processing
5.1. Personal data processing is not limited by any periods and can be carried out in every legal way, including in the personal data information systems with the use of automation facilities or without them.
5.2. The User agrees that the Administration has the right to transfer personal data to third parties, in particular courier services, postal communication organizations (including electronic communications), telecommunication operators, solely for the purpose of fulfilling the User’s order made on the Unica website, including the delivery of the Goods, documentation or e-mail messages.
5.3. The personal data of the User can be transferred to the authorized bodies of the government of the Russian Federation only on the grounds and in the order established by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
5.4. With the loss or disclosure of personal data, the Administration has the right not to inform the User about the loss or disclosure of personal data.
5.5. The Administration takes necessary 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 of third parties.
5.6. The Administration together with the User takes all necessary measures to prevent losses or other negative consequences caused by loss or disclosure of the User’s personal data.
- Rights and obligations of the parties
6.1. The User has a right to:
6.1.1. Make a free decision to provide his or her personal data needed to use the Unica website and give consent to their processing.
6.1.2. Update, supplement the provided information about personal data in case of changing this information.
6.1.3. The User has the right to receive information from the Administration concerning the processing of his or her personal data, if such right is not restricted in accordance with federal laws. The User has the right to demand from the Administration the specification of his personal data, their blocking or destruction in the event that personal data are incomplete, outdated, inaccurate, illegally obtained or not necessary for the stated purpose of processing, and to take legal measures to protect their rights
6.2. The Administration is obliged to:
6.2.2. To ensure that confidential information is kept secret, not to disclose it without the prior written permission of the User, as well as not to sell, exchange, publish or disclose other personal data of the User, except for cl. 5.2 and 5.3. of these Guidelines.
6.2.3. Take precautions to protect the privacy of the User’s personal data in accordance with the procedure normally used to protect this kind of information in the existing business turnover.
6.2.4. To block personal data related to the relevant User from the moment of request or request of the User, or his legal representative or authorized body for protection of the rights of subjects of personal data for the verification period, in case of revealing unreliable personal data or illegal actions
- Responsibilities of the parties
7.1. If the Administration has not fulfilled its obligations, it is liable for the losses incurred by the User in connection with the misuse of the personal data, in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, with the exception of cases provided for in cl. 5.2., 5.3. and 7.2. of these Guidelines.
7.2. In case of loss or disclosure of the Confidential Information, the Administration is not liable if this confidential information:
7.2.1. Became public property before its loss or disclosure.
7.2.2. It was received from a third party until it was received by the Resource Administration.
7.2.3. It was disclosed with the consent of the User.
7.3. The user is fully responsible for the compliance with the requirements of the legislation of the Russian Federation, including advertising laws, the protection of copyright and related rights, the protection of trademarks and service marks, but not limited to those listed, including full responsibility for the content and form of materials.
7.4. The User acknowledges that the person who provided such information is responsible for any information (including but not limited to: data files, texts, etc.) to which he can access as part of the Unica site.
7.5. The User agrees that the information provided to him as part of the Unica site may be an object of intellectual property, the rights to which are protected and belong to other Users, partners or advertisers who post such information on the Unica website.
The User has no right to make changes, lease, transfer, loan, sell, distribute or create derivative works on the basis of such Content (in whole or in part), except for cases when such actions were expressly authorized in writing by the owners of such Content in accordance with terms of a separate agreement.
7.6. In relation to text materials (articles, publications that are freely available on the Unica website), their distribution is allowed, provided that a reference to Unica is given.
7.7. The Administration shall not be liable to the User for any loss or damage incurred by the User as a result of the removal, malfunction or inability to preserve any Content and other communication data contained on or transmitted through the Unica website.
7.8. Administration is not liable for any direct or indirect damages caused by: the use or inability to use the site, or individual services; unauthorized access to the User’s communications; statements or behavior of any third party on the site.
7.9. The Administration is not responsible for any information posted by the user on the Unica website, including but not limited to: copyrighted information, without the express consent of the copyright owner.
- Settlement of disputes
8.1. Before applying to the court with a claim for disputes arising from the relationship between the User and the Administration, it is mandatory to present a claim (a written proposal or an offer in electronic form on the voluntary settlement of the dispute).
8.2. The receiver of the claim within 30 calendar days from the date of receipt of the claim, in writing or in electronic form, notifies the applicant of the claim about the results of the examination of the claim.
8.3. If the agreement is not reached, the dispute will be referred to the Arbitration Court of Ekaterinburg.
8.4. The current Russian Federation legislation applies to these Guidelines and the relationship between the User and the Administration.
- Additional terms
9.1. The administration has a right to make changes to these Guidelines without the consent of the User.
9.2. The new Guidelines come into force from the moment they appear on the Unica website, unless otherwise provided for in the new edition of the Guidelines.
9.3. Any suggestions or questions regarding this Guidelines should be reported to: email@example.com
9.4. The current user policy is posted on the page at http://unica.study/politika.html
Updated: January 15, 2018