At UniFind, we wish to create the best possible experience by ensuring that you enjoy our service at all times. In order to achieve such results, we need to deliver personalized service particularly for you. Therefore, a great importance for us in achieving this task is keeping your privacy and any personal data secure.
Over time, we may offer new or develop additional services which could cause a change in the collection or processing of your data. In this case, we will provide you with additional information along with other terms or policies.
“UniFind” is the trademark for the portal www.unifind.org.
The operator and owner of UniFind portal is United Passion s.r.o., with an Id. No. 07177941, Tax Id. No. CZ07177941, and officially registered office located in Czech Republic, postcode 140 00, Prague 4, Kaplická 859/43. (hereinafter the “Company”).
“Website” is www.unifind.org operated and owned by United Passion.
“Customer” is a party that has contracted with United Passion to obtain Services that are an output of United Passion’s ordinary activities in exchange for consideration. The Customer is a person only who does not act in the scope of its business activities and is not an entrepreneur or a company.
“Performance obligation” means a promise in a Contract with a Customer to transfer to the customer either: a Service (or a bundle of Services) that is distinct; or a series of distinct Services that are substantially the same and that have the same pattern of transfer to the Customer.
“Service” is a performance transferred to the Customer electronically within one 60-day period under conditions in the GTC.
Customer’s personal data are processed by UniFind portal except the payment methods which are handled by Payment Gateway Provider. To ensure maximum protection, the personal data is governed by legal regulations such as: Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, together with appealing to the Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter ‘General Data Protection Regulation’.
The Company is the Controller of the personal data of Customer. Customer can contact Company either:
- In writing sent to address of Company’s registered office in Czech Republic, Prague 4, Kaplická 859/43, 140 00 or
- By contact form on the Website
Scope of processed personal data
When creating a User account, the Company processes Customer’s personal data in the following extent:
- Email address
- Display name
- Country where the Service will be used for the majority of time
- Time zone
- Communication preferences (opting in or out of receiving marketing emails from UniFind)
- Other data the Customer intentionally shares with the Company
If a Customer uses Services, the Company will process the following personal data for billing purposes:
- Billing Address, Country of residence
- E-mail address
- Financial information corresponding to the selected method of payment
The Customer can pay for Services by Payment card. Payment is made through the payment gateway. The payment gateway provides the Company with administrator access rights that can be used to display some details of payments including e.g. the last 4 digits of Payment card, expiration date and the country of issuance. The Company does not store any Payment card information.
Use of Services
This may include the type of Services the Customer chose, the data he usually accesses, the payment history and methods, and interaction with other Users or the cooperation with the Company to improve our services. In addition, it can include all of the technical data, meaning the URL information, cookie data, IP address, language, etc.
We may also use randomly accumulated data in order to test out our IT systems, research engines, creating marketing, data analysis, improving UniFind Services as well as developing new, improved features of the services.
Additional Voluntary data
The Company may collect the Customer’s personal information or data if the Customer submit it to the Company in other contexts. For example, if the Customer provides the Company with a testimonial, or participate in a contest.
You may also have an option to give us further voluntary information in order for us to personalize your data access to improve your UniFind Service experience. Therefore, without your prior consent, we will not obtain your photos (could be used for the User Account), your voice data (could be used to interact with the Company through microphone), your precise mobile device location (in order to provide location-aware functionality) nor your contacts.
The Company don’t share or abuse or sell Customers’ email addresses to any third parties.
The exact personal data the Company will collect may differ greatly mainly upon whether or not the Customer signs up through a Third Party Service such as Facebook. If the Customer signs up to the User Account through a Third Party Service, the Company will receive his personal data from their Service specifically.
Legal basis and purpose of personal data processing
The Customers’personal data is processed on the following legal bases and for the following purposes:
- Performance obligation
- Compliance with legal obligations (especially accounting, taxes and archiving)
Personal Data Retention Period
Personal data will be processed for the duration of the Service Contract and for one year after its termination.
In case of the use of paid Services, the personal data of the Customer will be stored in order to fulfill the statutory obligation to archive accounting documents pursuant to Act No. 563/1991 Coll., as amended, for a period of 10 years starting from the year following the year, in which the invoice for the Service was issued.
More information about processing personal data
Personal data is processed automatically in electronic form.
Transfer to other countries
If personal data is collected inside the European Union and needs to be transferred or processed by third parties located in a country outside of European Union, then UniFind must ensure that the transfer of the personal data is carried out in accordance to applicable privacy laws such as the Standard Contractual Clauses approved by the European Union Commission.
United Passion secures some of your data with anonymity, encryption and policies to protect our users’ data from people with unauthorized access. However, no system can ever be completely secure, and therefore we ask you to set a strong password and log out after you have used UniFind’s Services.
Right to the protection of personal data
The Customer has the right to require the Company to provide information about the processing of his personal data.
The Customer has the right to require the Company to correct or update his inaccurate or incomplete personal data without undue delay.
The Customer has the right to require the Company to delete his personal data in the cases stipulated by the General Data Protection Regulation.
The Customer has the right to require the Company to restrict the processing of his personal data in the cases stipulated by the General Data Protection Regulation.
The Customer may object against the sending of commercial communications relating to the Services provided. In this case, the Company will not send a commercial communication to the Customer.
If the Customer believes that the Company processes his personal data in violation of personal data protection and / or applicable law, especially if personal data are inaccurate in regard to the purpose of the processing, the Customer may contact the Company by contact form on the Website.
If the Customer believes that there has been a breach of law in connection with the protection of his personal data, the Customer has also the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority. The Supervisory Authority in the Czech Republic is the Office for Personal Data Protection.
In case of repeated and unjustified requests to provide a physical copy of the processed personal data, the Company may charge an appropriate administrative fee.
All legal relationships arising in connection with the processing of personal data are governed by the laws of the Czech Republic, regardless of where they were accessed from. The competent Czech courts shall have jurisdiction to resolve any disputes arising in connection with the protection of your personal data between the Customer and the Company.