Privacy Policy

1. General Provisions

1.1. The Administration of the ggloader.com (referred to herein as “the Administration”) publishes this Privacy Policy for users (referred to herein as “the User”) of the ggloader.com Service (referred to herein as “the Service”).

1.2. The Privacy Policy contains information on how personal information about the User of the Site is collected, used and disclosed.

1.3. Please read carefully the following terms and conditions of personal information use, before using the Site. By using the Site, the User confirms that he/she has read, understood, and agreed to the conditions set forth by the Privacy Policy.

1.4. If the User does not agree with any clauses or part or parts thereof in the Privacy Policy, the User must stop using the Site. Use of the Site without consent to the terms of this Privacy Policy is not allowed.

1.5. If the User does not understand any clause or part or parts thereof in the Privacy Policy, the User must contact the Administration for clarification first, and use the Site only after receiving and understanding such clarification.

2. List of used personal information

2.1. The Administration does not request personal information containing personal data from the User. In particular, the Service does not contain a form to fill out personal data during registration on the Service, and also does not contain feedback forms requesting personal data from the User.

2.2. The Administration or third-party services participating in the Service (payment systems, widgets, etc.) may request the User’s email information. The User understands that requesting email data without requesting any other data does not allow the User to be identified, and therefore the request for the specified data cannot be considered as a personal data request.

2.3. Administration or third-party services participating in the work of the Service (such as, but not limited to payment systems, widgets, etc.) may request from the User information about the name of the User (for example, “How may I call you”, etc.). The User understands that the specified forms do not imply that the User will fill in his personal data (full name, etc.), but assumes that the User will make any abstract designation not related to his personal data.

2.4. During the process of using the Site, the Administration may process the following personal information that does not contain the User’s personal data:

2.4.1. Information about technical devices, and technological interaction with the Site (including but not limited to the IP-address of the host, the type of the User’s operating system, the type of browser, geographic location, internet service provider, and any other information).

2.4.2. Time of visit to the Site and subsequent actions of the User on the Site.

2.4.3. Information automatically obtained with the help of cookies, in accordance with the Site’s Cookies Policy.

3. Abidance with the User’s rights under the GDPR standards

3.1. The User may request from the Administration confirmation of the fact of the processing of his data, the place and purpose of processing, the categories of personal data being processed, to which third parties personal data are or have been disclosed, the period during which the data will be processed, as well as clarify the source of receipt by the Administration of personal information, and require its correction at any time in accordance with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

3.2. The User has the right to exercise a right to oblivion at any time, implying a removal of the User’s personal information at his request, in accordance with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), upon termination of processing of the User’s personal information, the Administration cannot provide the User with the opportunity to use the Site.

3.3. The User has and can use a right to data portability, namely to require the Administration to provide a free electronic copy of the personal information to another company in accordance with the standards of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

4. The purposes of using personal information

4.1. The Administration undertakes to use the User’s personal information for strictly defined purposes only, and in particular, the specified purposes include:

4.1.1. Allowing the User to use the Service.

4.1.2. Informing the User about opportunities associated with use of the Service and services provided by the Administration and its partners.

4.1.3. Maintaining feedback between the Administration and the User.

4.1.4. Sending to the User offers of advertising and of a commercial character.

4.1.5. Providing technical support to the User.

4.1.6. For analysis of a usage statistics of the Service by the User.

4.1.7. To improve the Service.

4.1.8. For protection of the User from fraud.

5. Principles of personal information use

5.1. While using personal information about the User the Administration undertakes to adhere to the following basic principles of using personal information established by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):

5.1.1. Legality, justice and transparency: personal data is processed legally, fairly and transparently. Any information about the purposes, methods and amounts of processing personal information is presented as accessibly and simply as possible.

5.1.2. Limitation of purpose: Data is collected and used exclusively for the purposes stated in the Policy.

5.1.3. Minimization of data: The Administration does not collect personal information in a volume greater than it is necessary for purposes specified in the Policy.

5.1.4. Accuracy: Personal information that is inaccurate is deleted or is subject to correction at a request of the User.

5.1.5. Restriction of storage: Personal information is stored for a period of time no longer than is necessary for processing purposes.

5.1.6. Integrity and confidentiality: When processing the User’s data, the Administration ensures a protection of personal data from unauthorized or illegal processing, destruction and damage.

6. Protection of personal information

6.1. The Administration guarantees that it will not disclose or transfer personal information about the User to third parties, except in cases expressly provided by the current legislation and the Policy.

6.2. The Administration undertakes to take all necessary organizational and technical measures to protect the personal information about the User from unauthorized or accidental access by third parties, and from destruction, modification, blocking, copying, and/or distribution, as well as other unlawful or like actions of third parties.

6.3. The User for its part undertakes to take all necessary measures to reduce the risks of access by third parties to his personal information, including that the User must choose a strong password, use different passwords for different applications and sites, and regularly update antivirus and similar protective programs.

7. Provision of personal information to third parties

7.1. The Administration does not sell or exchange personal data of the User.

7.2. The User understands that use of personal information by the Administration includes use of personal information by employees of the Administration, as well as by partners, suppliers and contractors of the Administration who assist or otherwise further the Administration in managing the Service.

7.3. The Site can contain links, including advertising, to other Internet resources. These Internet resources and their content are not verified by the Administration. In particular, the Administration does not control use of the personal information of the User by the specified Internet resources.

7.4. The User understands that the Administration may provide third parties with aggregated statistics about the Users of the Site for the purposes of statistical analysis, improving the performance of the Site, and like aims.

7.5. The User understands that the Administration, in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is obliged to notify the relevant regulatory authorities of any violations related to use of personal information within 72 hours after the discovery of such violation.

7.6. The User understands that all transactions carried out through electronic payment systems, including PayPal, are governed by the privacy policies of these systems (or the Privacy Statement).

8. Changing the Privacy Policy

8.1. The Administration reserves the right at any time to amend any clause of the Privacy Policy, while not allowing the inclusion in the Privacy Policy of provisions that are contrary to applicable law. When making such changes to the current version of the Privacy Policy, the date of the last update is indicated. The new version of the Privacy Policy shall come into full force and effect from the moment of its publication on the site, unless otherwise provided by the Privacy Policy.

8.2. The User undertakes to regularly monitor changes in the Privacy Policy for possible changes.