For us, “personal information” means information that either directly identifies you (for example, your name, email address or payment information), or can be easily connected or combined with other data for your identification (for example, an identification number of the account or account or account IP address)
Any information besides this is considered “not personal information”.
If we keep your personal information along with information that are not personal, we consider this combination as personal information. In the case of removing all personal information from the data set, the rest is not personal information.
How do we study information about you?
We study information about you when:
You directly pass it on to us (for example, if you decide to send us reports on failures);
We automatically collect it through our products and services;
When we want to learn more about you, based on the information that you gave us (for example, when we use your IP address to set a language for some of our services).
What are we doing with the information received from you?
When you transmit personal information to us, we use them only in the ways that you gave us permission. As a rule, your information is used to provide you with our products and services and to improve them.
When do we transmit your information to other persons?
When it is required by law. We comply with the requirements of the law when we receive a request from authorities or in connection with a lawsuit. We will inform you if we receive a request for the transfer of your personal information, if this is not prohibited to us by law. Upon receipt of such requests, we disclose your personal information only if we have a conscientious assumption that the law requires us to do this. No provision of this policy is intended to restrict any legal protection measures or legal objections that you may have regarding the request of a third party to disclose your information.
When we believe that this is necessary to prevent harm to you or other persons. We transmit your information only when we have a conscientious assumption that this is a reasonable need to protect your rights, property or security, as well as the rights, property and security of our other users or society.
How do we keep and protect your personal information?
We strive to protect your personal information when we will appear. We take physical, business and technical safety measures. If, despite our efforts, we learn about the gaps in our security system, we will inform you of this so that you can take appropriate protective measures.
In addition, we are not going to store your personal information longer than we need it. When the need for your personal information is lost, we will take measures to destroy them, unless the law requires us to maintain them further.
Perhaps we will need to change this policy and notifications. Updates will be published on the Internet. If the changes are significant, we will announce the update through ordinary channels “Proxyelite.biz”, such as blog messages and forums. Further use of your product or service after the day of entry into force of such changes means your consent with these changes.