Processing of personal data
The use of the services of the “Receiving Party” means the unconditional consent of the “Transmitting Party” with this Policy and the conditions for processing the transferred personal information specified therein; in case of disagreement with these conditions, the “Transmitting Party” must refrain from transmitting data.
1. DEFINITION OF TERMS
1.1.1. “Personal data” means any information relating directly or indirectly to a specific or identifiable individual (subject of personal data). In particular, data that is automatically transmitted to the “Receiving Party” during their use using the software installed on the device of the “Transmitting Party”, including the IP address, cookie data, information about the browser of the “Transmitting Party” (or another program that accesses the site “Of the Receiving Party”), technical specifications of the equipment and software used by the “Transmitting Party”, the date and time of access to the “Receiving Party” website, the addresses of the requested pages and other similar information.
1.1.2. “Personal data processing” means any action (operation) or set of actions (operations) performed with or without the use of automation tools with personal data, including collection, recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, clarification (updating, modification), extraction, use, transfer (distribution, provision, access), depersonalization, blocking, deletion, destruction of personal data.
1.1.5. “Confidentiality of personal data” is a mandatory requirement for the Operator or other person who has access to personal data to prevent their dissemination without the consent of the subject of personal data or the presence of other legal grounds.
1.1.3. “Blocking of personal data” – temporary termination of processing of personal data (except in cases where processing is necessary to clarify personal data)
1.1.3. “Destruction of personal data” – actions as a result of which it becomes impossible to restore the content of personal data in the personal data information system and (or) as a result of which the material carriers of personal data are destroyed;
1.1.3. “Depersonalization of personal data” – actions as a result of which it becomes impossible to determine the identity of personal data to a specific personal data subject without the use of additional information
1.1.1. “Receiving party” – authorized employees acting on behalf of an educational organization who organize the reception and (or) process personal data, as well as determine the purposes of processing personal data, the composition of personal data to be processed, actions (operations) performed with personal data.
1.1.6. “Transmitting Party” means a person or group of persons transmitting Personal Data.
2.2.1. Data provided by the Transmitting Party independently through the services of the Receiving Party, including but not limited to:
188.8.131.52. surname, first name, patronymic of the Transferring party;
184.108.40.206. contact phone number of the Transmitting party;
220.127.116.11. e-mail address (e-mail).
2.2.2. Depersonalized data that is automatically transmitted to the Receiving Party through statistics counters.
3. PURPOSES OF COLLECTING PERSONAL INFORMATION
3.1. The Receiving Party processes the Transmitting Party’s personal information for the following purposes:
3.1.1. Identification of the Transmitting Party within the framework of agreements and contracts with the Receiving Party, as well as for the purposes of the Receiving Party’s services;
3.1.2. Communication with the Transmitting Party, including sending notifications, requests and information regarding the use of the Receiving Party’s services, the execution of agreements and contracts, as well as the processing of requests and requests from the Transmitting Party;
3.1.3. Improving the quality of the Host Party’s services, the convenience of their use, the development of new services;
3.1.4. Conducting statistical and other research based on depersonalized data.
4. METHODS AND TERMS OF PROCESSING PERSONAL INFORMATION
4.1. The processing of personal data of the Transmitting Party is carried out without time limit, in any legal way, including in personal data information systems using automation tools or without the use of such tools.
4.2. The personal data of the Transferring Party may be transferred to the authorized state authorities of the Russian Federation only on the grounds and in accordance with the procedure established by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
4.3. The Receiving Party takes the necessary organizational and technical measures to protect the personal information of the Transmitting Party from unauthorized or accidental access, destruction, modification, blocking, copying, distribution, as well as from other illegal actions of third parties.
4.4. As a result of processing the Transmitting Party’s personal information by depersonalizing it, the received depersonalized statistical data may be transferred to a third party for research, work or services on behalf of the Receiving Party.
5. OBLIGATIONS OF THE RECEIVING PARTY
5.2. The receiving Party is obliged to:
5.2.3. Take precautions to protect the confidentiality of the Transmitting Party’s personal data in accordance with the procedure usually used to protect such information in the existing business turnover.
5.2.4. To block personal data related to the relevant Transferring party from the moment of the request or request of the Transferring Party or its legal representative or the authorized body for the protection of the rights of personal data subjects for the period of verification, in case of identification of false personal data or illegal actions.
5.2.5. If the Transmitting Party withdraws consent to the processing of its personal data, the Receiving Party is obliged to terminate their processing or ensure the termination of such processing (if the processing of personal data is carried out by another person acting on behalf of the Receiving Party) and if the storage of personal data is no longer required for the purposes of processing personal data, destroy personal data or ensure their destruction (if the processing of personal data is carried out by another person acting on behalf of the Receiving party) on time, not exceeding thirty days from the date of receipt of the said withdrawal, unless otherwise provided for by the contract to which the Transferring Party is a party, beneficiary or guarantor, by another agreement between the Receiving and Transmitting Party, or if the Receiving Party is not entitled to process personal data without the consent of the Transferring Party on the grounds provided for by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
6. RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTIES
6.2. In case of loss or disclosure of Confidential Information, the Receiving Party is not responsible if this confidential information:
6.2.1. Became public domain before its loss or disclosure;
6.2.2. Was received from a third party before it was received by the Receiving Party;
6.2.3. Was disclosed with the consent of the Transmitting Party.
7. ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS