Business Law Electronic Resource collects certain data (“User Data”) relating to the user of the tablet, mobile or handheld device (“Device”) on which the Partner App is installed. The User Data we collect is described in this Privacy Statement (see the heading “What is User Data?”), and we only collect User Data with consent from the relevant Device user. Your consent applies across to all Apps you have installed (or may in future install) that contain Ogury’s technology.
This Privacy Statement explains how Business Law Electronic Resource collects, stores, uses, and shares User Data (including personal information) from users who have installed Partner Apps on their Devices.
The User Data we collect comprises the following categories of information:
We collect data about how Users use their Devices, together with the applications and systems on those Devices – this information includes:
What websites Users have bookmarked in their mobile browser.
Which websites Users have visited.
What applications are installed on the Users’ Device.
Users’ usage levels of these applications.
The Usage Data collected by the Business Law Electronic Resource is not limited to Usage Data that directly relates to the Partner App in which Business Law Electronic Resource is integrated. Rather, the Business Law Electronic Resource collects Usage Data from all applications and systems on the Device on which a Partner App is installed.
We collect technical Information relating to Users’ Devices, that includes:
The type of Device being used (including manufacturer and model).
The version number of the Business Law Electronic Resource used by the Partner App.
A User’s network status (limited to connection type; gsm, 3G, 4G/wifi etc).
Business Law Electronic Resource links the Usage Data and Technical Information it collects listed above to certain device and user identifiers it collects from Users and their Devices, which include:
the User’s email address & other mobile advertising identifiers on the Device (Business Law Electronic Resource collects this information only where a User’s Device allows it through the Publisher Apps in order to derive insights such as gender and then we delete or anonymise the email addresses after 3 days).
Google Advertising ID.
All User Data we collect is associated with these Identifiers.
Ad engagement information
To enable Business Law Electronic Resource and its Partners to provide more personalised Ogury ads to Users (as described in the “How is User Data used?” section below) and to report ad engagement metrics back to our Partners, we collect information on how Users engage with Ogury ads that are displayed to them, including:
performing analysis and research aimed at improving Business Law Electronic Resource and the services and products Ogury provides to its Partners; and
ensuring we get paid properly by advertisers for the Business Law Electronic Resource ads we deliver, and that we pay Publishers properly for Business Law Electronic Resource ads displayed in their Partner Apps; and
security and fraud detection (e.g. protecting against click-fraud and similar unlawful activities).
Our approach to consent
We respect your right to privacy. That’s why we ask Users to give their consent before Business Law Electronic Resource starts to collect any User Data from them. In addition, Users may opt-out of such collection at any time by following the instructions outlined at the section titled “Opting Out of Business Law Electronic Resource Interestbased Advertising”.
Accordingly, when Users use a version of a Partner App which contains tBusiness Law Electronic Resource, a page is displayed which notifies them that, with their consent, certain User Data will be collected by Business Law Electronic Resource unless and until they subsequently opt-out from such collection. So that Users are fully and properly informed about our data usage practices and how their User Data is collected, stored, used and shared, they are also provided with a link to this Privacy Statement.
If Users do not give consent, Business Law Electronic Resource will not collect their User Data and will not deliver them targeted Business Law Electronic Resourceads. However, Users will still see advertisements in their Partner App, but the advertisements they see will not be tailored to them based on their User Data. We also keep records of the Google Advertising ID to allow us to identify which Users have opted out.
Opting Out of Business Law Electronic Resource Interest-based Ads
Users can opt out of receiving targeted Business Law Electronic Resourceads (and from having their User Data collected by Business Law Electronic Resource) and request the deletion of their User Data.
When Users notify us of their desire to opt-out of receiving interest-based Business Law Electronic Resource ads, we will promptly stop collecting their User Data. If they opt-out, Users will still see advertisements in their Partner App, but the advertisements they see will not be tailored to them based on their User Data.
In addition, we will promptly anonymise or delete from our systems any User Data that we have already collected.
How Business Law Electronic Resource shares User Data
We share the User Data that we collect in the following ways and with the following parties below. You can also view our current list of partners with whom we may share some User Data here.
Publishers and advertiser
We may share User Data with our Partners to aid in their understanding of how Users are using Partner Apps and engaging with Business Law Electronic Resource ads.
We may share or sell compilations of Aggregated Data or Aggregated pseudonymous data with Partners and third parties, where we are lawfully entitled to do so.
We may share User Data with the service providers who perform services on our behalf, such as providers of analytics, payment processing, product fulfilment, technical infrastructure, data services, engineering and other technical support, and email and customer support.
We may share User Data in connection with any merger, reorganisation, a sale of some or all Ogury assets, or a financing or acquisition of all or a portion of our business by another company. In these circumstances, Ogury will instruct the parties with whom User Data is shared to protect the User Data they receive in accordance with this Privacy Statement.
We may share User Data for the following purposes:
To comply with laws or to allow us to enforce the terms of this Privacy Statement.
To respond to lawful requests and legal processes.
To protect the rights and property of Business Law Electronic Resource, our agents, customers, and others.
To protect the safety of our employees and agents, our Partners or any other person.
The collection and use of Viewed Content Data for Personalized Advertising is covered under the NAI self-regulatory framework.
The data may be collected by www.businesslaw.org.ua for the purpose of Interest-Based Advertising on the property.
Cross-device linking is covered under the NAI Codes’ requirements for Personalized Advertising including the requirements to provide notice and choice, and to comply with transfer restrictions and limitations on the use of Personally-Identifiable Information (PII) and Sensitive Data.
www.businesslaw.org.ua will use of NAI’s new opt-out tool after one become effective.
Like many other Web sites, www.businesslaw.org.ua makes use of log files. The information inside the log files includes internet protocol ( IP ) addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track users movement around the site, and gather demographic information. IP addresses, and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.
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