Since Computer C Data respects the privacy of the users of the websites it manages and operates, the company has decided to publish its policy regarding the protection of privacy on the websites, and it undertakes towards the user to comply with this policy.
The purpose of the policy is to explain the company's practices in relation to the privacy of the users of the websites, and how the company uses the information given to it by the users of the websites or collected by it when using the websites.
The company will not give your personal information to advertisers. However, it may transfer statistical information about the activity of users on the websites. Statistical information that will be transferred will not identify you personally.
Electronic direct mail
The company wishes to occasionally send you by e-mail information regarding its services as well as marketing and advertising information. Such information will only be sent to you if you have given express consent to this, and at any time you may withdraw your consent and stop receiving it.
Providing information to a third party
The company will not transfer your personal details and the information collected about your activity on the site to third parties except in the cases listed below:
If you purchase products and services from third parties who offer them for sale through the websites, these third parties will be given the information they need to complete the purchase process
The company's website uses "cookies" for its regular and proper functioning, including to collect statistical data about the use of the website, to verify details, to adapt the website to your personal preferences and information security needs.
Modern browsers include an option to avoid receiving cookies. If you don't know how to do this, check the help file of the browser you are using.
Third party advertisements
The company implements up-to-date information security systems and procedures on its websites. While these systems and procedures reduce the risks of unauthorized intrusion, they do not provide absolute security. Therefore, the company does not guarantee that its services will be completely immune from unauthorized access to the information stored in them.
Right to review information
According to the Privacy Protection Law, 1981 - 1981, every person has the right to review the information about him that is held in a database. A person who has reviewed the information about him and finds that it is not correct, complete, clear or updated, may contact the owner of the database with a request to correct the information or delete it.