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These terms and conditions regulate the use of our website and all the material on the website. Please read the terms and conditions carefully before you use the website, because once you use the website in any way, you will be considered to have agreed to the terms and conditions.
Any information and materials on the website dataprint.ee are the property of DATAPRINT OÜ and are thus protected under copyright laws.
Copying and distributing the materials
You can use and print out materials from the Data Print website only for personal, non-commercial purposes. The information and materials on the website cannot be copied, reproduced, cited, resold or used for any commercial purpose without the written consent of an DATA PRINT OÜ representative. To receive such a written consent, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org DATA PRINT OÜ retains all intangible rights to any content copied, saved or printed out from the website.
Links to other websites
Our website may contain links to other websites. All links to other websites are provided to enhance user convenience. DATA PRINT OÜ does not verify the information on or the content of the linked websites and is in no way responsible for such information or content; neither is DATA PRINT OÜ responsible for your activity on these external websites or the communication between these websites and you.
The laws in force in the Republic of Estonia will be applied to any disputes that arise in connection with using our website.
DATA PRINT OÜ retains the right to amend, correct, replace or delete any part of the website at its discretion or limit or block access to the website.
Responsibility for the personal data collected
The collection and verification of personal data disclosed by the user is the responsibility of DATA PRINT OÜ . The collection and verification of personal data is subject to the Estonian Personal Data Protection Act as well as Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
Collected personal data
We collect any personal data that the users disclose to us, for example when they subscribe to our newsletter.
We use the collected personal data and information for the following purposes:
- Replying to user requests
- Direct marketing
- Notifying winners of competitions and raffles
- Carrying out analyses to provide tailored offers and information to users
- Carrying out surveys to give the users the chance to influence and improve our services
- Making sure our service is not used incorrectly
We will keep user data as long as necessary to achieve these goals or for the period required by law. The collected personal data will be deleted thereafter.
We guarantee that the users’ personal data are protected. To avoid unauthorised access to personal data or the disclosure of personal data, we have taken the appropriate physical, technological and administrative measures. The access needed to change and process data is only given to authorised persons.
Verification of personal data
We will not sell or disclose the users’ personal data to third persons without the consent of the owner of the personal data or unless we are obligated to do so by law. The user has the right to receive information on any data we have collected on them at any time. Issuing information on the personal data collected is free of charge for the user. If the personal data is incorrect or irrelevant, the user has the right to request that we correct or remove the data. We cannot delete any data if we are required under law to keep them or if the data are necessary for the collection of contractual claims. We can use personal data to forward to our users any offers from third parties that we think the user might find interesting. The user can remove themselves from the list of people receiving these offers at any time by using the unsubscribe button at the end of every email or contacting us at email@example.com.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved in your device any time you visit a website.
– Collect user habits and statistical data
– Remember the user’s preferences and settings
– To provide offers and marketing messages tailored to the user
– Develop the website and collect the necessary information
– Log in, personalise the page and autofill forms
– Make it easier to share the website contents on social media
– Provide content (Facebook, Google)