- Information SOSA Collects and Receives. When you provide us information about your company and your company’s contacts, we may collect and store the following types of information:
- How SOSA Uses Your Information. Use of PII As stated above, we collect the following information from you:
- Cookie Id;
- Subscription and any other Information inserted or transferred by you to SOSA.
This is how we may use this information:
2.1 Send invitations electronically to events that will take place at one of the SOSA offices.
2.2 Provide any contact details given to us to our clients, in order to contact you for business related opportunities.
Any new entries will be updated on an ongoing basis.
- Disputes and Enforcement; Applicable law, regulations or Enforceable Governmental Request. We use your PII to take action in case of a dispute involving you in connection with the Services and to enforce the terms and conditions applicable to the Services. We also use your PII to comply with legal and regulatory requirements (e.g., the disclosure of information to law enforcement or tax authorities), and to protect against suspicious or other illegal activities.
For this purpose, we may share your information with law enforcement or other competent authorities and any third party, as may be required (e.g to respond to claims or satisfy any legal process, subpoena, or governmental request; or to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of SOSA’s users, its partners, or the general public). We will also share this information with our professional advisors in the scope of this purpose.
We will retain this Personal Information for the amount of time as required by law to fulfill the above purposes. This may include ensuring that we have an accurate record of your dealings in the event of any complaints or challenges, or if we reasonably believe there is a prospect of litigation relating to your PII or dealings.
- Use of Non-PII. SOSA uses non-PII information it collects for the following purposes:
- To operate the Services, including in connection with the Services provided to our business partners.
- To improve our Services;
- To monitor, analyze and optimize your use of the Services.
- Improve the quality and relevancy of information exists in our knowledge-base partners (as referred to in paragraph 2.3)
We retain this information for as long as necessary to fulfill our business and/or operational purposes or comply with a legal request. We may also choose to anonymize parts of your PII so that it can no longer be identifiable or attributable to any person if we want to keep it for longer periods of time than the retention periods set forth above.
- Additional Sharing of PII with Third Parties. We may also share your information in the following events:
- In the event SOSA goes through a business transition such as a merger or acquisition by another company, consolidation, change of control, reorganization, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, your information will be among the assets transferred;
- Third-Party Content. Certain Services may include content provided to you by third parties (collectively, “Third Party Content and Services“). The use of such Third Party Content and Services is subject to their privacy policies. In order to clarify, we do not review, approve, monitor, endorse, warrant, or make any representations with respect to such Third Party Content and Services and your access to any Third Party Content and Services is at your own risk.
- Cookies and Other Technologies. As indicated above, the Services collects or allows third parties to collect, through blocks of code called “pixels” or “web beacons”, certain information about you and send it to our servers and to our partners (either directly or indirectly). We or our partners, may package all or part of this information into small text files called Cookies and send the Cookie to your computer. You can learn more about cookies on the Internet Advertising Bureau’s website: http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
- Your Rights. The following rights (which may be subject to certain exemptions or derogations), shall apply:
Under the Protection of Privacy Law, 5741-1981, any individual is entitled, whether himself or through a proxy so authorized in writing on his behalf or through his legal guardian, to access information pertaining to him that is contained in the database. Any person, who examines such information and finds it to be inaccurate, incomplete, unclear, or not updated, may contact the Company with a request to correct, amend or delete the data. Any person is entitled, at any time, to refuse to allow us to use his personal data for the purpose of direct marketing offers by written notice. Such applications should be referred by mail to: email@example.com.
Last updated: 14.04.2019