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Our office prioritizes the privacy of visitors to this website, managed and operated by us (www.telzur.com) (hereinafter: the “Website“), and is committed to the protection thereof. The purpose of the policy specified hereinbelow is to explain the firm’s practices with regards to the Website users’ privacy, and how the firm uses such information provided by you on the Website, or collected during your use of the Website. In addition, this Policy explains as how you may review, update or delete such information.
The contents of this document are intended for both women and men.
B. Collection of Personal Information
By using the Website and/or engaging with the firm, you consent that we collect, save, and use your personal information, as described hereinbelow, and consent to such related risks as described hereinbelow. Some of the information is personally identifiable, i.e. make it possible to identify your name, address, etc. This relates to information knowingly provided by you, for example, when registering for services on the Website. Some of the information is not personally identifiable, and is not saved together with your details. This is accumulated statistical data. For example, advertisements which you viewed on the Website, the pages you viewed, the offers and services you were interested in, the IP address from which you accessed the Website, and more.
C. Registration for Services and Database
In the event that personal information is required while registering for services on the Website (for example, subscribing to our newsletter), the firm will only request information directly required for such purpose. Personal details provided to us through our Website will be used for the purposes stated in this policy, or in the relevant pages on the Website. The data collected will be saved in the firm’s database and shall be under its responsibility.
D. Use of Information
We may use personal information, inter alia, for the following purposes:
- To allow use of the various services on the Website;
- To enrich and improve the content displayed on the Website;
- To contact users as required pursuant to the Law, or when we believe it such is necessary for the purpose of providing the services;
- For the purpose of customer support and handling of complaints or requests;
- For the purpose of subscribing to any newsletter, if published by the firm, subject to the provisions of the Law;
- In order to fulfill any of our legal requirements, and in order to assist authorized authorities and third parties if we believe in good faith that such is required from us.
Without derogating from the above, we may use non-personally identifiable information for various legitimate purposes, for example for the purpose of the personalization of content, services and advertisements displayed on the site and the improvement thereof, and in addition for the purpose of statistical research concerning user activity on the Website. The information to be used by the firm will mainly comprise non-personally identifiable statistical information.
E. Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
The firm shall not disclose your personal details and the information collected regarding your activity on the Website to third parties without your consent, except in such cases as specified hereinbelow:
- Pursuant to the requirements of the Law;
- In the event of any legal dispute between you and the firm, which would require the disclosure of your details;
- In the event that you perform any unlawful action on the Website;
- In the event that any court order is received requiring us to provide your details or your information to a third party;
- Except in accordance with this Policy, we shall not disclose your personal details to any third party.
F. Third Party Websites
Cookies are text files created by your browser following a command from the Website’s computers or from third-party computers. Some will expire when closing your browser, and others will remain saved on the hard drive of your end device. Such cookies may contain various types of information, such as the pages you visited, how long you spent on the Website, the links you followed to the Website, the information you wished to see when entering the Website, and more.
Modern browsers include the option to block cookies. If you do not know how to do this, please check the help file of your browser for the option to block cookies; however, this may prevent you from being able to use some of the Website’s services and features.
H. Information Security
The firm implements up-to-date information security systems and procedures on the Website, which reduce the risk of unauthorized access; however, such efforts cannot provide complete immunity from unauthorized access to information stored on the site, and the firm cannot guarantee as such.
I. Right to Review and Update Information
In accordance with the Protection of Privacy Law, 1981, every person is entitled to review their information kept in a database. If you have reviewed your information and found it to be incorrect, incomplete, out of date or unclear, or found that it is used to contact you personally, you may request the owner of such database to correct or delete such information. Such queries may be sent to our firm at email@example.com or by fax no. +972-3-717-7711.
We may update this policy from time to time by publishing a new version on our Website. Please check this page from time to time to ensure you understand any changes made to this policy. We may notify you of changes to this policy by email or through the private messaging system on our Website.