Here, we explain:
- what types of personal data we use and how they are processed on www.cleveron.com,
your rights regarding the processing of personal data,
what types of cookies we use and how they are used on www.cleveron.com.
The personal data controller is Cleveron AS (registry code 11405467, registered at Reinu tee 48, Viljandi 71020, Estonia), e-mail: [email protected].
What personal data we process and how?Services and products
Contacting us via our website
When you contact us through the contact form or contact details published on our website, we process some of your personal data, such as your name, e-mail address, and other content submitted by you in your message. The purpose of the processing is to enable us to read your message and reply to it, and the legal basis for this is our legitimate interest or contract preparation. Personal data are processed by our employees tasked with communicating with customers, and your personal data may also be transferred to IT service providers, if this is necessary for ensuring the functioning of our messaging system. Personal data are stored for as long as it is necessary for communication or resolving potential legal disputes.
Photos, videos, quotes
On our website and the Facebook, Youtube, and LinkedIn pages indicated on our website, we sometimes publish photos and videos which depict individuals and therefore also contain personal data. We also publish our customers’ opinions about our products together with the names of the customers on our website. The personal data are processed primarily for marketing purposes, and the legal basis for this is the person’s consent, performance of a contract or legitimate interest. Photos and videos are removed from the website if their publication has no legal basis or, if there is a legal basis, at our own initiative.
Your rights regarding the processing of personal data
Under the General Data Protection Regulation, individuals have the right to access their personal data and receive a copy of the personal data, demand the personal data to be transferred to another data controller, demand the personal data to be deleted, rectified or supplemented, and restrict the processing of the personal data. These rights are not unlimited. For example, Cleveron AS will not delete personal data which are required to be retained by law or which are necessary for exercising or defending legal claims.
To exercise these rights, please contact Cleveron AS by e-mail at [email protected].
If you are concerned about a potential breach of the General Data Protection Regulation or other legislation on personal data in connection with the use of the website of Cleveron AS, please also contact us by e-mail at [email protected]. If you are not happy with the way your complaint has been resolved, you have the right to file a complaint with the Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate (phone: +372 627 4135; e-mail: [email protected]; postal address: Väike-Ameerika 19, Tallinn 10129, Estonia).
What types of cookies we use and how we use them
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device when you visit a website. A distinction is made between permanent and temporary cookies. Temporary or session cookies are deleted by your device after you close your web browser. Permanent cookies are saved on your computer and retained even after you close your web browser.
Some cookies are necessary to ensure the normal functioning of our website. These cookies are saved on your device automatically when you open the website. Other cookies are not strictly necessary for the functioning of the website, but enable various other functions. These cookies are saved on your device only if and from the moment you consent to the use of the cookies by clicking on “I accept” in the cookie notification on our website.
Cookies are usually valid for a short period (e.g. a day, week or month), though sometimes longer.
What types of cookies are there, and for what purposes does our website
Firstly, our website uses its own cookies. Secondly, it also uses third-party cookies from our service providers. The latter are installed by the respective service provider who is also the corresponding data controller. Our website uses both temporary, i.e. session cookies, as well as permanent cookies.
- to improve user experience;
- to save previously made language choices;
- to remember information in uncompleted order forms;
- to analyse web traffic and count visits to the website, among other things in order to enable us to make the website more convenient;
- for statistical and marketing purposes;
- to show product and service advertisements that are more likely to interest you.
This website also uses Google Analytics services offered by Google
on your device in order to enable us to analyse how you use the website.
Our website also uses the Lead Forensics application offered by Lead Forensics Limited. This application collects the following data about website visits: the date and time of the visit; the visitor’s IP address, which is used for identifying the visitor’s company; the visitor’s location when visiting the website; the time spent on the website; and the specific pages viewed by the visitor.
Cookies can be disabled at any time by changing the settings of your device’s web browser and deleting any previously saved cookies. However, if you also disable cookies that are necessary for the functioning of the website, you may no longer be able to use all the functions of our website.