Company ShipNEXT recognizes the importance of privacy and the importance of maintaining the confidentiality of information. In this Data Protection Guidelines We explain what data We collect from Users, why do We collect them, how do We use them, and with whom We can share them. The Data Protection Guidelines also explains what rights you have as a data subject, and how you can use them.
This Data Protection Guidelines applies to any data processing made by the Company in connection with the use of Our Services and is an integral part of the TERMS & CONDITIONS OF ShipNEXT™ If the Company provides Services under the contract with the organization (for example, your employer), this organization monitors the information that We process.
"We", "Company", "Us", "Our", "For Us" means the company ShipNEXT Trading Limited, registered in accordance with the legislation of Malta with registration number C 81117, registered office at 1, Suite 5, Tower Business Centre, Tower street, Swatar, Birkirkara BKR4013, Malta.
Website: Website at this address: www.shipnext.com
Personal data: any Personal information that allows to a third party to identify an individual (data subject) directly or indirectly. Some of this information will identify the individual directly, for example, if the name and e-mail address are specified. It is also possible to identify an individual indirectly by references to the information in which the name is not specified, for example, if there the title of position and the employer are indicated, or using a different identifier, such as an IP address.
Special categories of personal data: are so-called "sensitive" personal data that can harm a data subject at work, in an educational institution, in the environment, or may lead to discrimination in society. For example, they are personal data that contain information about race, political or religious beliefs, membership in trade unions, health status, sex and gender, biometric or genetic data. The individual subject to the identification is an individual that can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to a specific identifier (name, surname, document number or other identifier) or by analyzing several elements of the physical, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or other identity data of the individual.
The subject of personal data: the individual who is concerned with personal data and which can be identified or that has already been identified by these personal data.
Data controller: An individual or a legal entity that determines the purposes and means of processing Personal Data and bears the primary responsibility for its processing. For example, the Company is a data controller when it processes your Personal Data for the purposes specified in this Data Protection Guidelines. Each data controller (to which the GDPR or similar legal regime applies) must have a Data Protection Guidelines, such as this, where you can find out how your Personal Data are processed.
Data processor: An individual or legal entity who acts under the instructions of the data controller and helps to achieve the goals defined by the data controller. In other words, the data processor processes the data under the order of the controller. For example, the Company, as a data controller, uses many third-party services and passes on to them certain areas of activity that it does not perform independently for various reasons.
Other terms indicated in the text with capital letters and are not defined by this document are used in the meaning described in TERMS & CONDITIONS OF ShipNEXT ™ and are placed under the https://shipnext.com/legal.
Depending on the purpose, the Company can process:
Information about the User's account and profile:
The Company collects information about the User when the User registers for the account, creates or changes its profile, sets preferences. The information collected may include, but is not limited to, such Personal data as name and surname.
Contact information of the User:
The Company collects the contact data of the User. Information may include, but is not limited to, data such as e-mail, telephone number and / or other contact information. These data are collected by the Company for operative communication when it is necessary to perform the services as soon as possible and with the highest quality.
Information about the Parties for automatically generating Contract:
The Company collects information, concerning Contractual Parties, that automatically generate Contract on the specific terms and conditions agreed to by the Users. The collected information may include, but is not limited to, such Personal data as name and surname, position of authorized person to conclude the Contract.
The Company collects, saves and maintains the settings that the User installs on the Website, to be able to apply the same settings when the User visits the Website again for Web usability.
User's activity on the Website:
When a User uses a Website, the Company, with the help of third-party analytics services, keeps track of what a User does on it, and uses it to improve the service. For example, the Company tracks which pages a User visits, what a User clicks or where a User’s cursor is located, and on the basis of this, the Company analyzes whether some functions on the Website need improvement.
Information about the device and connection of the User:
The Company collects information about the User's computer, phone, tablet or other devices that it uses to access the Website. This device information includes information about the User's operating system, the type of the browser (User Agent), the IP address. The Company collects and stores the IP-address, including, to grant and restrict access to the Website.
Cookies and other tracking technologies:
The information We receive from other sources:
The Company can receive information about the User from other users, from third-party services, from Our related companies and from Our business partners.
The Company collects certain payment information when you register for certain paid services. For example, you can provide payment information, such as payment card data, which the Company collects through payment services in the enhanced security mode.
Information that the Company does not collect or process:
The Company does not collect or process Special categories of personal data
The Company provides services for legal entities and such Users shall be not data subjects. However, as part of such data personal information may be provided to us (e.g. personal information relating to any of our corporate clients' or prospective clients' officers or personnel, any opponent or vendor or purchaser or personal information relating to their legal advisors or personnel, as relevant or similar).
To provide its services, the Company may use information that the Company collects for the following purposes:
The Company may use the User's Personal Data also for other purposes that do not relate to the purposes communicated to you (for example, archiving in the public interest, scientific and / or historical research, statistical research) in cases where it is permissible in accordance with the applicable legislation in the sphere of Data protection.
Our policy towards children
The Website are not directed to individuals under 18. Company does not knowingly collect personal information from children under 18. If we become aware that a child under 18 has provided us with personal information, we will take steps to delete such information. If you become aware that a child has provided us with personal information, please contact our support services.
Communication between partners
The Company works with a network of partners who provide other services for the convenience of using the Website. The Company can receive information about the User and his actions from the partners of the Company.
Sending information to the partners
The Company may disclose or transfer (whether inside or outside the legal entity of the ShipNEXT monitoring entity) Personal User data to the Company's partners and service providers, hired by the Company to assist in the provision of services to Users or who otherwise perform the processing of Personal Data for the purposes set forth in this Data Protection Guidelines or notified to Users in the process of collecting their Personal Data. Such partners or service providers can be, for example:
Such service providers are required to comply with the Company's data privacy and security requirements and are entitled to use the User's Personal Data only for the purposes specified above, but not for their own personal purposes.
In the event that the Company deems it necessary to comply with applicable law or to implement, establish or protect Our legal rights or to protect the fundamental interests of the User or the fundamental interests of any other person, the Company may also disclose or transfer Personal User`s Data to Our law enforcement agencies , insurers, the state and regulatory authorities, as Well as to other organizations or otherwise, in the amount permitted or required in accordance and with the applicable law.
The Company can store information that it collects and receives on its Website for as long as it takes to fulfill the above goals, but not more than 5 years
How long the Company saves information depends on the type of information. After that, the Company either deletes or anonymizes information about the User. The account information is stored as long as the Account is active and for a reasonable period, after that, if the User decides to reactivate it.
The Company also retains some of the information about the User as necessary to comply with the Company's legal obligations, resolve disputes, enforce agreements, support business operations and continue to develop and improve the Company's Services. In cases where the Company maintains information to improve and develop the Website, the Company takes steps to eliminate information that directly identifies the User or anonymizes such information.
Managed accounts. If the Services are provided to the User through the organization (for example, the employer), the Company saves the information as long as it is required by the administrator of your account.
The Company uses the cloud services of Amazon Web Services to host the information it collects, and uses technical measures to secure your data. Data stored by Amazon Web Services are located in data centers in East Europe.
The User has certain rights in respect of his Personal Data. A brief overview of these rights is listed below.
We respond to all requests received from individuals who wish to exercise their rights in accordance with applicable Data protection legislation.
In the event that you become aware of changes or inaccuracies in the information about you, you must inform Us of such changes in order to update and correct Our records.
In case of any questions or complaints related to the Our use of your Personal data and this Data Protection Guidelines appear, or you wish to use any of the abovementioned rights, please contact Us at firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address (separate e-mail for this kind of action).
For any questions regarding privacy and Data protection, you can contact Us at email@example.com, contact person Alexey Babii
Nevertheless, at any time, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. If you are in the EEA you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the local data protection authority if you believe that Company has not complied with applicable data protection laws. Access a list of local data protection authorities in EEA countries
If you do not agree with any changes to this Data Protection Guidelines, you need to stop using the Website and deactivate your account.
We may change this Data Protection Guidelines. The Company publishes any changes to the Data Protection Guidelines on this page, and if the changes are significant, the Company will provide more detectible notice to Users, for example, will send an email notification. The Company will retain previous versions of this Data Protection Guidelines in the archive for your review.
This document was last updated on May 25, 2018.