The administration of the website https://dimadreval.ru respects the rights of visitors to the Website. We unequivocally recognize the importance of the privacy of the personal information of our Site visitors.
- We do not share your personal information with third parties.
- We do not share your contact information without your consent.
- You independently determine the amount of personal information disclosed.
We collect the following information:
- Your personal information that you knowingly agreed to disclose to us by becoming a registered user of the Site
- Technical information automatically collected by the software of the Site during its visit.
The personal information provided by you when registering on the site is not subject to verification.
Technical information. During your visit to the Site, the information from the standard server logs (server logs) automatically becomes available to the Site administration.
This includes the IP address of your computer (or proxy server, if it is used to access the Internet), the name of the Internet provider, domain name, type of browser and operating system, information about the site from which you made the transition to the Site, the pages of the Site which you visit, the date and time of those visits, the files you upload.
This information is analyzed by us in an aggregated (impersonal) form to analyze the traffic to the Site, and is used in the development of proposals for its improvement and development.
The relationship between your IP address and your personal information is never disclosed to third parties, except where required by law.
Technical information about visiting the Site (anonymized) is also collected by the statistics counters installed on the site.
Use of the information received
The information you provide when subscribing, as well as technical information, is used solely to improve the operation of the site. All contact information that you provide to us is disclosed only with your permission. Email addresses are never published on the Site and are used by us only to contact you.
Providing information to third parties
We never provide your personal information to third parties, except when it may be directly required by law (for example, at the request of a court).
When the User uses the Site, cookies may be written to the computer used by him for access, which will later be used to automatically authorize the User on the Site, as well as to collect statistical data, in particular about the Site traffic. However, we never store personal data or passwords in cookies.
Links to other sites
The Site uses generally accepted security practices to ensure that information is protected from loss, distortion and unauthorized distribution. Security is implemented by network protection software, access verification procedures, the use of cryptographic information protection tools, and compliance with the confidentiality policy.
The Site Administration never asks for a password to access your account and never changes it at anyone's request, including yours. If necessary, you change the password yourself, through a special form.
Security Recommendations for Users
In order to prevent intruders or just random third parties from gaining access to your account, you must follow a number of recommendations below. Remember that all actions performed on the Site by the User authorized under your account are considered to be committed by you personally. The burden of proof to the contrary lies with you.
Do not use e-mail or online messaging tools such as ICQ to send your passwords, as this method of communication cannot provide the necessary protection for the transmitted data.
Do not use passwords that are simple (for example, 12345) or too short (less than 4 characters), as well as passwords that have a semantic meaning (for example, your name, the name of an animal, or the date of birth of a relative). Ideally, the password should be a combination of letters, numbers, and upper and lower case characters that makes no sense. Never disclose your password to third parties.
If you suspect that your password may have become known to others, change it as soon as possible. Always end your session on the Site under your account, especially if you are working on a computer that other people have access to.
Never agree to save a password for a site if your web browser prompts you to do so, if you are not working on your own computer or on a computer with public access (for example, in an Internet cafe, computer club, etc.).
Never check the box "Remember password" if you are not working on your own computer or a computer with public access. Always control who has access to your mailbox. Remember that with the help of e-mail, an attacker can recover (replace) the password and thereby gain access to your account.
If you have any questions, you can always contact the Site Administration through the feedback form by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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