Last update: 26.03.2024

Privacy Policy

 

1. Parties

This is Privacy Policy of Company Unihost Inc, headquarters and management address: Suite 1, second floor, Sound & Vision House, Francis Rachel Street, Victoria, Mahe, Seychelles, email: [email protected], service Unihost.com (“Unihost”, “Provider”, “we”, or “our”). This Privacy Policy describes the ways and purposes by which we collect, use, maintain and disclose information collected by us from our customers, visitors to our website (“Users”). Capitalized terms used but not defined in this policy have the meaning given to them in our Terms of Services, located at: https://unihost.com/en/docs/tos/.

 

2. Purpose

The nature of Internet business requires us to collect information from Users. While this policy is entitled a “privacy policy,” it describes all of the ways in which we use information collected directly or indirectly from our Users, including personally-identifiable information gathered by us (“PI”) and other anonymous information (“AI”) (collectively, “Information”). Information transmitted, collected, processed or which is otherwise provided to us by Users is not necessarily considered by us to be private.
When registering on our website a client (Customer) is responsible for providing complete and accurate information as well as for the performance of his email address and mobile phone number specified during registration. For communication with the client, we use the email specified at registration, and in cases of acute need – a mobile phone. Also, we may send SMS notifications from our company to Customers mobile phone numbers. Customers must maintain all their contact information up to date.
Please review this Privacy Policy carefully to determine how we treat this information.

 

3. Acceptance of the Policy

You accept this Privacy Policy by using our website (located at: www.unihost.com, referred to herein as the “Site”), placing an order for Services (as defined in the Terms of Service) with us or joining our email list, or by Linkedin, Google, Facebook.

 

4. Changes to Policy

If we make any significant changes to this Policy we will notify you by email, post a notice of such changes on the Site or flag our Privacy Policy on the Site as updated. You agree to our use of electronic communications with you for purposes of this Policy. If you do not agree to the changes to this Policy, we will continue to maintain and use PI previously collected in accordance with the Policy in force as of that date.

 

5. Collection of personal information

5.1. Customer gives his consent to Unihost for the processing of personal data (including the collection, storage, organizing, editing, deleting, usage, depersonalization, blocking and transfer).
5.1.1. Provider, on the basis of pre-contractual relations and contract for remote hosting services, as well as upon your registration as a user at the address: https://unihost.com on the unihost.com domain, will collect the personal data indicated in this policy, in order to:
a. To identify you as a party to pre-contractual relations and the conclusion of a contract for remote hosting services with subject services offered at: https://unihost.com.
b. Fulfillment of the obligations under the contract for remote hosting.
c. Communication During the Operation and Termination of Said Remote Hosting Agreement.
d. Fulfilling obligations arising from the law, for example from the Consumer Protection Act, the Personal Data Protection Act, etc.
e. Assistance in exercising your rights and legal interests arising from the specified contract for remote hosting or from a legal act.
5.1.2. Provider, based on its legitimate interests, processes personal data in order to:
a. Exercises rights arising from distance contracts, judicial protection of these rights, including enforcement.
b. Fulfillment of obligations arising from the law or other general or individual administrative acts.
5.1.3. Provider, based on laws and by-laws of the national legislation, carries out processing of personal data in order to fulfil the obligations assigned to it by the same regulations. Such obligations include, for example:
a. Keeping accurate and reasonable accounting and commercial books.
b. Issuance of invoices and other primary accounting documents, based on the concluded distance contracts through the web page.
5.1.4. Based on the data subject’s consent, Provider will process your personal data for direct marketing purposes.
5.1.5. Provider, based on its legitimate interests or the expressed consent of the data subject, processes information about the data subject – the visitors to the address: https://unihost.com, respectively the electronic store, using automated technologies , including the use of cookies of Provider and of third parties – its partners. The purposes and tasks of this processing include:
a. Ensuring the security of the use of the website.
b. Optimum use and improvement of the functionality of the web page.
c. Meeting the expectations of users in accordance with their interests.
d. Carrying out statistical analysis on the use of the website.
e. Providing advertising.
f. Other forms of direct electronic marketing.
5.1.6. Provider may process legitimate personal data of the data subjects for purposes other than those specified in the preceding paragraphs, only if this is not prohibited by law and after the other purposes have been established in a transparent manner; by duly informing data subjects when there is a reason to lawfully process personal data.
5.2. Types – categories of personal data processed by Provider:
Depending on the specific grounds and purposes of processing specified in Section 5.1.1., Provider processes the following types and categories of personal data, simultaneously or separately:
1) For the purposes specified in point (1-4) of Section 5.1:
Name (in your capacity as a natural person-user and/or in your capacity as a legal entity-client of our hosting services).
a. Address.
b. E-mail address.
c. Phone number.
d. Order number.
e. IP address.
2) For the purposes specified in section 5.1, point 5, Provider automatically processes the following data:
When you visit our website, Provider’s or third-party partners, from which Provider uses services such as Linkedin, Google, Facebook Provider performs automatic data processing, including the use of cookies. This includes collecting the following information on behalf of the company:
a. IP address.
b. Final data used.
c. Data about the browser used and the operating system of the end device.
d. Information about user behaviour and activities.
e. Order information.
Provider uses personal data only for the purposes specified in Section 5.1. Please note that Provider does not control and is not responsible for any other use of your personal data by third-party social media service providers. We recommend that you read their privacy statements to understand how they collect, use and share your personal data, as well as how you can set your privacy preferences on their websites and applications.
5.3. For the most part, the data provided is anonymous, which means that it is used in a form that does not allow the identification of a specific person, or this is practically impossible. However, they are technically necessary to ensure a successful internet session for the respective user of the websites, trouble-free use of their functionality, connection security and protection against abuse.
5.4. Nevertheless, if the collection of data through this automated method, in combination with unique identifiers, including those from the company’s partners or its “cookies”, allows profiling and/or identification of natural persons, the company will treat the same data as personal.
5.5. On the website, the company uses the open source web analytics tool Cookieyes on our self-hosted system. Cookieyes uses cookies. These are text files that are saved on your computer and that allow Cookies to analyse how you use the company’s website. Cookies generate information about how you use the website, and the company’s server saves this information.
5.6. You can prevent the software from generating cookies by changing your internet browser settings. However, if you do this, you may not be able to use all features of Provider’s website.
5.7. If you do not want the company to save and use your data using the Cookieyes software, you can disable it by clicking here https://unihost.com/: your internet browser will set an opt-out cookie that will prevent the Cookieyes software from creating cookies when you visit our website.
5.8. For more information about automated data collection and processing technologies, including cookies, used by the company and its partners, you can read the Cookie Policy published at the company’s official address https://unihost.com/cookie -policy/ .
5.9. In any case and notwithstanding the above, the user has the right to exercise his right to withdraw his consent to the use/acceptance of cookies in the same way and with the same ease as provided in connection with their acceptance. For this purpose, the company offers the possibility of withdrawing the consent electronically. Learn more about this feature in the Cookie Policy duly published at: https://unihost.com/cookie-policy/ .
5.10. Provider stores personal data both on paper and in electronic format. Storage as a type of processing is carried out by the company by applying appropriate technical and organisational measures, ensuring secure and effective protection of personal data. However, despite the company’s safeguards and efforts to protect personal, no electronic transmission over the Internet or information storage technology can be guaranteed to be 100% secure, and the company cannot promise or guarantee that hackers, cybercriminals or other unauthorised third parties will not be able to circumvent the company’s security system and improperly collect, access, steal or alter personal data. Although the Company does its best to protect personal data, the transmission of personal data to and from the Company’s Services is at your own risk.

 

6. Conditions for storage and processing of personal data. Destruction of personal data:

Provider stores personal data both on paper and in electronic format. Storage as a type of processing is carried out by the company by applying appropriate technical and organisational measures, ensuring secure and effective protection of personal data. However, despite the company’s safeguards and efforts to protect personal, no electronic transmission over the Internet or information storage technology can be guaranteed to be 100% secure, and the company cannot promise or guarantee that hackers, cybercriminals or other unauthorised third parties will not be able to circumvent the company’s security system and improperly collect, access, steal or alter personal data. Although Provider does its best to protect personal data, the transmission of personal data to and from the Company’s Services is at your own risk.
However, the company will not retain personal data for a longer period than established in this policy or necessary to achieve the stated purposes for which the data was collected.
In certain cases, the company may store data longer than stated in this policy, but only if the personal data is processed for the purposes of archiving in the public interest, scientific or historical research and for statistical purposes, and only if appropriate technical and organisational measures are put in place measures to guarantee the rights and freedoms of the data subject.
After the expiration of the terms, the personal data will be destroyed, ensuring the protection of the data by applying appropriate technical or organisational measures.
6.1.The duration of data storage by the company is established as follows:
1) Provider stores the personal data mentioned in section 5.1, point 1, for the period of validity of the individual contract, but no longer than the expiration of the statute of limitations for the performance of arising financial obligations between the parties, regardless of the termination/cancellation of the contract. This applies with the exception of those personal data mentioned in this point, which must be stored for a longer period according to current legislation and in accordance with other grounds for processing determined by the company.
2) Provider stores the personal data mentioned in point (1) of section 5.1 for a period of 10 (ten) years, starting from January 1 of the year following the relevant reporting period , through which this data was collected/generated.
3) Provider stores the personal data mentioned in section 5.1, point (1), until the data subject’s consent to the processing of personal data is withdrawn, unless there is another legal basis to process and, in particular, to store the same data.
4) Provider stores the personal data mentioned in section 5.1, point (2) for a maximum period of 24 months or until the data subject exercises his right to be forgotten. More information about the duration of storage of cookies is provided by the company in the Cookie Policy published on the company’s official website: https://unihost.com/cookie-policy/.

 

7. Providing access to information

7.1. Withdrawal of consent for personal data processing can be done by sending the relevant order by the Customer in written form to the Provider. The Customer hereby agrees that such a review may result in the following consequences:
Provider refusal to provide services, as a consequence of their inability to perform without the data.
7.2. In addition, when accepting this Agreement, the Customer confirms that he notified (without notice) on the rights established by the Data Protection Act (DPA), the purposes of data collection, as well as the fact that his personal data are transferred to a legal entity, service Unihost.com to the possibility of the terms of this Agreement, the possibility of settlements, as well as for accounts and other documents. The volume of Customer rights as a subject of personal data is known and understood in accordance with the Data Protection Act (DPA).

 

8. Deleting and Retention of PI

You may request to delete your PI, and we shall attempt to accommodate such requests. However, we may retain and use PI for such periods of time as required or permitted by best business practices.

 

9. Security

We have implemented technical, physical and administrative safeguards designed to protect PI against loss and against unauthorized access, use, and disclosure. Passwords are stored on our server in encrypted form. We have personal information retention processes designed to retain personal information as necessary for the purposes stated above or to otherwise meet legal requirements. Unless this Privacy Policy states otherwise, our employees are required to keep the information set out here confidential.