Privacy Policy


1. Parties

This is service (“Unihost”, “Provider”, “we”, or “our”) Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy describes the ways in 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:


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:, 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.


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).
5.2. Provider also collects information about visits of clients, such as data on the service provider, browser type, operating system, visited pages, date and time of the visit, from what website there was a transition.
5.3. The purpose of using personal data and their subsequent treatment is to get the customer services conducted by the Provider. Anonymous data may also be used for targeting advertising materials (show other sites, which are visited by the client) for statistical, marketing or other research aimed at improving the provided services.
5.4. Cookie files – when a visitor comes to our website, we send one or more cookie files on his computer or other device. A cookie is used to improve the quality of services provided and to save user settings. Clients can refuse to use cookie files. More detailed information about cookie-files can be found in the Help section in the client’s browser.
5.5. Information about visits – when accessing the website, our servers automatically record certain information. These server logs may include information such as your web request, IP-address, browser type and language, the date and time of your request.


6. Providing access to information

6.1. 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.
6.2. 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 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).


7. 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.


8. 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.



HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) does not apply to the service we provide. We are not a “Covered Entity” or a “Business Associate” as those terms are defined by HIPAA. As HIPAA does not apply, our service does not need to and may not meet the standards set forth in HIPAA. Accordingly, using the service should not be used to submit, store, or disclose information that would be subject to HIPAA in a manner that is compliant with HIPAA and its requirements.