2. Registration and Transfer of Information to the Company
2.1. Some of the website’s services require the provision of personal information. When you (the User) request services from the Company, you will be required to provide personal information, such as your name, address, preferred communication method and/or email address. Mandatory fields are clearly marked. Without providing the information requested in the mandatory fields, you will not be able to send the Company a request for information (hereinafter, Registration).
2.2. The Company has a database where your details are stored, which is used for direct mailing and to contact customers, to improve the data, manage customers groups, for research, sales management, marketing and customer acquisition.
2.3. It is hereby noted that you do not have any legal obligation to provide the aforementioned information, and that providing the information is subject to your willingness and consent to do so. Notwithstanding the aforementioned, completing some of the fields during the Registration process constitutes an essential condition for obtaining services from the Company.
3. Data Collection and Use
3.2. Furthermore, the Company is entitled to use the information received from you and/or information collected about you also in the following cases: To contact you if needed; to maintain the website and/or the system, and to improve the information and content the Company offers in its website.
3.3. Without prejudice to the aforementioned, subject to you providing your contact details to the Company and your consent to receive direct mailings, the Company will be entitled to send to you, from time to time, via email and/or other communication methods you indicated, information about its services, and marketing and advertising information about the Company. You will be entitled to cancel your consent at any time and cease receiving such information by clicking here ([email protected]) or by clicking Remove at the end of the page.
3.5. If you do not want to receive Cookies, you can change the settings in your browser. Remember, however, that changing your browser’s settings to prevent receive Cookies will not enable you to use some of the services and content on the website.
4. Transfer of Information to Third Parties
4.2. The aforementioned does not derogate from the Company’s right to transfer to third parties information that is not personal, which cannot identify the Users with their name and/or with their personal identity directly.
5. Information Security
5.1. The Company makes all possible efforts to protect the confidentiality of the data provided by its website’s users and customers, takes normal precautions and uses advanced information security technologies. You hereby acknowledge that the Company invests resources and takes strict measures to prevent penetration to its website and avoid possible harm to your privacy, but the Company cannot hermetically prevent disruptions to its website.
5.2. The Company uses SSL protection and encryption methods, which are used in electronic commerce in Israel and in the United States for operations that involve the provision of online information, and adhere to the requirements of any law. The aforementioned protection methods are aimed at ensuring the flow of encrypted information from the Users’ computers upon making a purchase and the servers in the Company’s website.
5.3. The Company makes all efforts possible and obtains the assistance of technological security mechanisms and advanced institutions to secure its website, the communications via the website and the information in its possession, against incidental or intentional exploitation, misuse, loss, destruction or access by unauthorized persons. Communications between the computers of the Users or visitors to the website and the Company’s computers are secured using standard encryption methods, in accordance with common standards. Furthermore, the Company takes reasonable precautions to protect its website and its operational hardware and software components and updates them regularly, inter alia, to protect the website and its contents against penetration, hacking or unauthorized bugging.
5.4. The Company also regularly receives updates about technological hardware and software developments to provide its website’s Users and customers with the best protection against penetration or hacking, including unauthorized access to its databases. Notwithstanding, the Company hereby stipulates that in cases which are beyond its control and/or which stem from force majeure, it does not undertake to ensure that the website will be managed suitably, without disruption, and/or that the website and/or the data collected in it and/or which was provided as aforementioned will be completely immune from unauthorized access and/or penetration to the Company’s databases, and that the Users are aware that the Company will not be responsible for any damage and/or loss, directly or indirectly, of any type, caused as a result, including damage to privacy.
6. Contacting the Company for Matters Relating to Privacy
6.1. In accordance with the provisions of the Protection of Privacy Law, 1981, every person is entitled to inspect, in person or through a representative so authorized, any information regarding such person that is kept in a database. You are entitled, in person, or through a representative authorized on your behalf, to inspect any information about you that is kept in the Company’s database, including requesting the Company to correct said information if it is incorrect, complete or accurate. To exercise this right, you have to send a written request to the Company via the Contact Us page.