Personal Data Protection Policy
In personal data processing, Tritty Inc. staff is guided by the following documents:
The Personal Data Protection Policy (hereinafter, the Policy) has been prepared in accordance with Chapters of the Personal Data Federal Law of the United States of America and applies to all personal data (hereinafter, the Data), which Tritty Inc. (hereinafter, the Company) may receive from the personal data subject, who is a party according to the civil law contract with the Company (hereinafter, the Customer), or from the personal data subject, whose position is regulated by the labor legislation (hereinafter, the Employee). The Policy applies to the Data obtained both before and after the signing of this Policy.
Data processed by the Company
2.1 As part of this Policy, the Data definition refers to: 2.1.1 The Data provided by the Customer when filling the sign-up form, which is signed when signing the Agreement on the Database formed by the Company. 2.1.2 The Customer's Data provided at the Company's e-newsletter subscription. 2.1.3 The Customer's Data provided for the use of the Company's website, including during sign-up. 2.1.4 Other information provided by the Customers. 2.1.5 The Employees' Data 2.2 The duration of the Customer's Data storage is identical to duration of the works and services providing. 2.3 In the case of the Customer's consent to the personal data processing in order to promote goods, works and services in the market using direct contacts by means of communication, the Customer's Data is stored without limit in time. 2.4 The Employee's Data is stored until the expiration of one year since the contract termination date.
Data Gathering and Processing Purpose
3.1 The company gathers and stores the Customer's Data necessary for the provision of services, execution of agreements and contracts. 3.2 The Company may use the Customer's Data for the following purposes: 3.2.1 The Party's Identification under the contracts with the Company; 3.2.2 Communication with the Customer if necessary, including the transmission of notices, information and requests relating to the provision of services, as well as on the Customer's claims, queries and requests processing; 3.2.3 Improving the quality of the services provided by the Company; 3.2.4 Promotion of goods, works and services in the market through direct contacts with the Customer; 3.2.5 Conducting anonymous data based statistical and other studies. 3.3 The company gathers and stores the Employee's Data for the performance of the employment contract terms and the rights and obligations under the labor laws.
Data Processing Terms and Data Transmission to Third Parties
4.1 The Company is entitled to transfer the Customer's Data to the third parties in the following cases: 4.1.1. The Customer has given a consent to such actions; 4.1.2 The transmission shall be done under applicable laws of the United States of America under the statutory procedure; 4.1.3 The transmission takes place during the purchase procedure or other kind of business transfer (in whole or part). Thus, the purchaser assumes all liability for compliance with this Policy with respect to the data he / she has received. 4.2 During the Customer's Data processing, the Company is governed by the Personal Data Federal law of the United States of America and this Policy. 4.3 The Company is entitled to transfer the Employee's Data to the third parties in cases stipulated by the legislation of the United States of America. 4.4 During the Employee's Data processing, the Company is governed by the Labor Code, Personal Data Federal law of the United States of America and this Policy.
5.1 The Customer or Employee may supplement, add or modify the data.
Data Protection Measures
6.1 The Company shall take the necessary and reasonable measures to protect the data from unauthorized or accidental access, destruction, modification, blocking, copying, distribution, and other illegal actions with it by a third party.
7.1 The Company has the right to make changes to this Policy. When changes are made, it shall indicate the last updated Policy Edition date in the header. The new Policy Edition shall take effect from the date of its posting on the Company's website, unless otherwise is provided in the new Policy Edition. 7.2 The current edition is stored in the Company's executive body location at the following address: 42 Street 620 West New York USA; see electronic version on the Company's website at: https://tritty.com/ru/support/privacy/ 7.3 The present Policy and the procedures between the Customer and the Company shall be guided by the applicable laws of the United States of America. 7.4 The present Policy and the procedures between the Employee and the Company shall be guided by the applicable laws of the United States of America.
Technologies like cookie files, pixel tags ("pixels"), device identifiers, or other identifiers, and local storage (collectively, Cookie Files and Related Technologies) are used to provide, protect and analyze the goods, services and advertising in the Tritty Services and beyond. We offer a range of products and features based on these technologies to capture the users relating to their actions in our Services and beyond. We also use these technologies in another way, for instance, for security purposes, products and services activation and delivery, as well as for analysis and measurement of products and services results. See below for more details. The third parties being interacted while using the Tritty Services also may use these technologies in a variety of purposes. Visit this page from time to time to be aware of the latest information about these technologies and their operating principles. There are settings related to these technologies in your browser or device. See more detailed information on the availability, purpose and principles of these settings in your browser or device reference manuals. We may not admit or respond to the signals of your browser or device with respect to tracking, so some settings may affect the use of functions that we offer. Moreover, the browser or device settings are often used only for the specific browser or device. What are some of these technologies? The Cookie Files are small files created in your browser or device by the website or application you are using, or advertising you are viewing. The Pixel Tags (also referred to as transparent GIF-files, web beacons, or pixels) are small pieces of code on web pages or applications that allow them to perform tasks such as reading and placing the cookie files, as well as the information transmission to us and to our partners. As a result, when you view a web page, the information may be transmitted, such as the device IP-address, the pixel view time, the browser or device identifier, and the browser type. The Local Storage is a standard industry technology that allows web sites and applications to store data on the user's computer, his cell phone or other device, as well as to receive data from these devices. For example, local storage and caching, or using HTML5 standard. Why do we use the cookie files and similar technologies? We use these technologies for a number of reasons. For example, using them we can show you the materials that are best suited for you; we can improve our products and services, as well as ensure the safety of our Services. While the specific names of the cookie files and similar technologies that we use may change from time to time as we improve and update our Services; they may generally be divided into the following use categories: Use Categories Examples Authentication These technologies let us know that you are logged in, so that we can provide you with relevant features and functions. Web Site Security and Performance These technologies allow to provide the Tritty Service Security. They maintain the security functions, or make their work possible, they also help us to identify violations of the Rights and Obligations Provision. For instance, they help to prevent access by unauthorized users to your account. The cookie files and related technologies also inform us if multiple users access the site using the same device. Thanks to the log-in confirmation feature, we are able to perform the blocking and to request additional information from the user, who attempts to log in to the account using a browser that you have not used before. In addition to your account protection from the unauthorized access, the cookie files and similar technologies ensure that people or machines that use our Services do not violate our rules. For example, some information on Tritty is accessible to all and any Internet user can view it. The cookie files and similar technologies are helping us to assess the number and frequency of requests and to identify and block those users or devices that are trying to perform batch downloads from our website. These tools also help to make working with the Tritty more convenient, such as correcting a typo when entering your user name or password. If you have already logged in Tritty with this browser, we offer convenient fix for your typos, because we know that your previous login attempts were successful. Localization These technologies support the site localization. For example, information in the cookie files of your browser or device allows us to show you the site in its native language. Site Functions and Services These technologies provide support for the functions necessary for the provision of products and services. For example, the cookie files or similar technologies allow to fill your user name automatically when logging in the site. We also use the cookie files and similar technologies to store the users' settings, to know when you are viewing or interacting with the Tritty Service Materials. Performance We use these technologies to make you enjoy working with our website. For example, using the cookie files or similar technologies, we perform network traffic routing between servers, as well as determine the loading speed of the Tritty Services for different users. Sometimes, we store some information on your browser or device to make the functions that you use, load and run faster. Analysis and Research These technologies are used to analyze, improve and research the goods and services, including the cases when you use the Tritty Services or other web sites and applications from your computer or mobile device. How do we use the cookie files, local storage, and related technologies, when you use a mobile device? Many mobile devices operating principles, such as smartphones with support for full-featured browser, are similar to the principles of the computer work. For these devices, in the case of access to these sites, with the computer, we and our partners use the cookie files and related technologies, as well. Other devices use different technologies, such as the device local storage, the software development kits (SDK) or advanced programming interfaces (API) in order to simplify certain types of processes for which we use the cookie files, as described above. We may collect information about your device when you are using our service. As a network, we can also use these technologies to store the identifier or other data on your device. We describe the using procedure of these technologies and the received information during their use. How do we use the cookie files for security purposes? We use tools such as the cookie files to make the Tritty Services safe, secure and easy to use. The cookie files provide the security features support and launch. For instance, thanks to the log-in confirmation feature, we are able to perform the blocking and to request additional information from the user, who attempts to log in to the account using a browser that you have not used before. These tools also help to make working with our services more convenient, such as correcting a typo when entering your user name or password. For example, if you have already logged in Tritty with this browser, we offer convenient fix for your typos, because we know that your previous login attempts were successful. When can we use the cookie files, the device IDs, the local storage or similar technologies? We can save the data or use these technologies when you are interacting with our Services (regardless whether you are signed up the service), using the browser or device that allows you to post or use appropriate technologies. For example, when you visit our site, we may place or read cookie files, or to receive information from your devices. When can we read the cookie files from your computer or device? The web browsers send the cookie for certain web domains (eg, Tritty.com) to the website each time these cookie device is connected to the content that is sent from that domain. This means that the cookie files are sent to the Tritty site Tritty for that Tritty.com domain if there is an access to any Tritty.com domain page from that device. Do we use the cookie files, if you do not have an account or if you are out of your account? We do use the cookie files, even if you do not have an account or if you are out of your account. For example, if you are out of your account, we use the cookie for the following purposes: Spammers' accounts identification and blocking Account recovery if you have lost access to it Additional security measures, such as log-in notification and confirmation Underage users' sign-up prevention with a false date of birth Public computers tracking to warn users about the dangers of using the functions making some risk. Statistics generation on people who interact with our services. Even if you do not have the Tritty account, but you have visited Tritty.com, we also use the cookie files to protect Tritty Services and its users from malicious activity. For example, the cookie helps us identify and prevent attacks such as "service denial", and mass creation of fake accounts. If your browser or device contains the cookie files, we read them each time you visit the site.
8.1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
8.2 Postal Address: 620 West 42 Street New York NY 10036 USA