Collection of information
Users of Monolith websites, products and services give their consent to the collection and processing of their personal identification data by Monolith Publishing House. By personal identification data is meant information provided by users when creating a green-way account, as well as during any exchange of information with Monolith regarding the use of a green-way account. Monolith does not transfer personal identification data to third parties, except as specified in this policy. In order to analyze consumer behavior, product use scenarios and demographic characteristics of individual users and groups, Monolith also processes anonymous data (including summary data). This anonymous data does not identify the users with whom they are associated. Monolith may transfer anonymous data (including summary data) to third parties.
“Personal Identity” is information that can be used as a unique identifier for a user’s identity, such as a name, address, or credit card number. For users from EU countries, the term; personal identification data; equivalent to the term; personal data; (Article 2 a) of Directive 95/46 of October 24, 1995). Personal identification information may be requested at the time of entry into the system, as well as when using products, services and Monolith websites. Monolith collects personal identification data on a voluntary basis, but for some Monolith products and services, personal data collection may be mandatory, for example, if it is necessary to gain access to a product or service, or to complete an order.
Use of personal identification data
Personal identification data is used within Monolith publishing house for the delivery, development and improvement of products, content and services to which users have subscribed, as well as for responding to user requests. In addition, Monolith may allow third parties located in or outside the European Union to provide services under a contract with Monolith, such as processing orders and payments, accompanying orders, and also provide these parties with access to personal identification data and information. The possibility of their use, but only to the extent necessary to provide the above services.
Monolith can use personal identification data of users to send information about Monolith, including news about product updates, contests, events and other marketing materials, but only if users have expressed a desire to receive such mailings. Monolith does not transfer personal identification data to third parties for marketing purposes without the consent of users.
When you create a green-way account, Monolith saves the user name and e-mail address, as well as, at the request of the user, his first and last name. Depending on the settings, users can agree to the availability of their data for searching and viewing by other green-way users. Monolith assumes no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of personal data that the user has disclosed to other users through the green-way service or other software "Monolith", for example, through multi-user chat or other publicly available functions.
Monolith may disclose personal identification information at the request of judicial or law enforcement authorities. In the event of a reorganization, sale, or merger, a company may transfer personal identification data to relevant third parties with the user's consent, if required by law.
Cookies and other data stored on the user's computer
Choice / rejection
Monolith provides users with the opportunity to receive an e-mail from the Monolith. Users may refuse to receive these messages. Instructions on how to cancel the advertising campaign Monolith are sent to users in e-mail messages.
Changes, updates and deletion of personal data
If you are concerned about the accuracy of the personal data stored by Monolith, you want to view, access, make changes and correct them, or delete personal data from Monolith records or deactivate them in any other way, contact us. The company reserves the right to reject repeated requests, as well as requests whose satisfaction is associated with too great technical difficulties, jeopardizes the privacy of other users or is extremely impractical.
March 4, 2015