Notice of processing of personal data by Tretten Lawyers
The last update: 01.04.2023
Welcome to Tretten Lawyers.
We have created this Personal Data Processing Notice (the “Notice”) to help you understand how we obtain and process your personal data.
This Notice applies to the processing of personal data related to your use of our website, available at https://tretten.pro/.
We care about your personal data and do our best to protect it.
Personal data. Terms
Personal data controller is an individual or legal entity that determines the purpose of personal data processing, establishes the composition of this data and the procedures for its processing, unless otherwise provided by law;
Consent of the personal data subject is any voluntary expression of will of an individual to grant permission to process his or her personal data in accordance with the stated purpose of their processing;
Processing of personal data means any action or set of actions performed in whole or in part in an information (automated) system and/or in personal data files related to the collection, registration, accumulation, storage, adaptation, modification, updating, use and dissemination (distribution, sale, transfer), depersonalisation, destruction of information about an individual;
Personal data means information or a set of information about an individual who is identified or can be specifically identified;
Personal data controller means an individual or legal entity that is authorised by the owner of the personal data base or by law to process this data;
Personal data subject means an individual in respect of whom personal data is processed in accordance with the law.
|Personal data controller||Maksym Pavlovych Nosarev|
By using our website, you become our user.
We divide users into the following categories depending on their status:
|Visitors users||Potential customers users|
|Who visit our website||Who submit a request for services through|
the contact forms or contact details provided on the website
We do not knowingly process the data of users under the age of 18 without the consent of their legal representatives.
If you are such a user or your legal representative, please contact us at email@example.com.
Sources of personal data
Sources of personal data:
- our website collects automatically when you visit it (technical information);
- you provide to us, for example, by filling in forms;
- we create and link to other data about you to enable the site to function and provide our services properly, such as technical identifiers;
- provided to us by third parties, for example, at our request about you.
Processing of personal data
You become a visitor when you access our website.
|Data category||Data||Purpose of processing||The basis of the|
|Technical data||Information about your|
visits to and use of our | experience
– source of references;
– time and duration of the visit;
|Improving your website||Legitimate interest|
|Required cookies||Information required for the site||Correct operation of work the site||Legitimate interest|
|Other cookies||Information generated when using the website:|
– statistical information;
– marketing information;
– analytical information.
|Statistics, marketing and analytics||Consent|
You become a potential client when you contact us using the forms or contact details on our website.
Upon receipt of your request for our services, we may process your data to fulfil our obligations. This may include, for example, conflict of interest checks and fraud prevention activities.
We may also use your contact information to collect payment and to inform you of any changes to the terms of our arrangements.
Depending on your instructions, the personal data you provide to us for processing on your behalf, or that we create in the course of providing services to you, may also include sensitive data.
|Data category||Data||Purpose of the processing treatment||The basis of the|
|Data from the form on the website||– name;|
– email address,
– phone number;
|Initial processing of a request for our services||Execution of the contract|
|Additional data obtained during the negotiations||– contact details, including your|
name, date of birth, registration
number, the company you work for and the provision of your position;
– addresses, email address and telephone number (work and personal);
– information necessary for us to verify your identity for legal requirements;
– financial information, including payment, feedback and survey responses.
|Negotiating for services||Execution of the contract|
|Data processed on the basis of contractual performance||They are kept during the provision of services and negotiations on their provision and for 3 years thereafter|
|Data processed on the basis of legitimate interest||Stored during the communication and 3 months after its completion|
- If you refuse to provide the personal data we require, we will not be able to provide you with the services or otherwise interact with you under the contract.
Data from third parties
|Parties from whom we may receive data||Purpose of use|
|Analytics tools||We use various analytics tools to understand and promote our business. For a detailed list of analytics tools, please contact us.|
|Social networks||We use various social media platforms to share information about our activities. Please contact us for a detailed list of social media platforms.|
|Podcast services||We may publish our podcasts on various services through which you can access our website. Please contact us for a detailed list of such services.|
|CRM systems||We use various CRM systems to develop our business. For a|
detailed list of CRM systems, please contact us.
|Banks||We use banking services to organise our work. For a detailed|
list of banks, please contact us.
|Messengers||We use various messengers to communicate with you in ways that are convenient for you. For a detailed list of messengers, please contact us.|
We may receive this data, but we do not necessarily receive it. This depends on the features you use and your settings.
Use of information
We may use information about you for various purposes, including:
- To develop new services;
- To provide, maintain and improve the Website;
- Provide and deliver the products and services you have requested and send you relevant information;
- Send you notifications;
- To send you targeted, including advertising, content (material) of relevant content (including advertisements) provided by third parties or us. At the same time, we are not responsible for the content of services or goods provided by third parties;
- To provide news and information about the Website and the Company’s activities that we believe will be of interest to you;
- Personalise and improve service delivery and ensure an individual approach;
- Provide links in combination with information we receive from others to help us understand your needs and provide you with a better service;
- To fulfil any other purposes for which the information was collected.
Data transmission protection
By default, the data is stored in Ukraine, but we may need to process your personal data in another country, subject to the application of appropriate protection measures and to the extent necessary for the purpose of its collection.
Reasons for data transfer
If the data transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract or for the fulfilment of a legitimate interest, we have the right to process your data in another country. Otherwise, we will ask for your consent. Regardless of the basis for the processing, we will apply the necessary data protection measures during the transfer.
Communication with contractors
We transfer your personal data to our contractors for the performance of the contract. If we need to transfer data to perform the contract, we may do so without your consent.
Compliance with the law
We will disclose your personal data to third parties to the extent necessary for the purpose of:
– enforcement of a court decision;
– execution of a request or order of a public authority;
– preventing the illegal use of our website and social media;
– preventing fraud or assisting in its investigation;
– protection against third-party claims.
Data storage using cloud technologies
In order to improve the quality of our services and interaction with you, we may store some of your personal data using cloud technologies maintained by our third-party service providers.
We have entered into appropriate agreements with these suppliers that require them to handle data (process, protect, etc.) in accordance with our legal and ethical obligations.
Other transfers of personal data
We sometimes share your data with other third parties who perform certain activities on our behalf. Such persons may be, for example:
– professional consultants;
– Suppliers who provide certain support, such as document production or translation;
– IT service providers who, for example, administer and maintain our website and IT systems;
– third parties we engage to provide services to our clients;
– third parties involved in the organization of our events.
We strive to ensure the security of your personal data, so we use the following protection measures:
– Internal policies and instructions;
– Protection during transmission;
– Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
– Encryption technologies;
– Two-level authentication;
– Licensed software;
– Password control
As a data subject, you have the following rights:
The right to access information
You have the right to know about the processing of your personal data. We publish basic information about processing and will provide more detailed information upon request.
The right to access and portability
You can request access to and receive all of your data that we hold. You can also ask us to transfer your data to another controller.
The right to influence processing
You can request to change or delete the data we process, restrict or object to the processing of your data.
The right to file a complaint
You can lodge a complaint about the processing of your personal data with a regulatory authority.
The right to delete information
You can send us a request to delete your personal data from our systems.
The right to withdraw consent to data processing
You can withdraw your consent to processing at any time.
You are also entitled to:
- protection of your personal data;
- application of legal remedies;
- to know the mechanism of automatic processing of personal data;
- protection against an automated decision that has legal consequences for you.
To exercise your rights, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can file a complaint regarding the processing of your personal data with the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights by emailing email@example.com.
This Notice and the legal relations covered by it are governed by the Law of Ukraine “On Personal Data Protection” and the General Data Protection Regulation.
Applicable laws and requirements for processing personal data may change. Our data processing mechanisms and rules may also change. We will post a new version of this Notice on our website to inform you of any changes.
If the changes made to the Notice are significant, we will, where possible, notify you by email or publish the information on the website and ask for your consent.
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In accordance with EU law, we may store cookies on your devices if they are necessary for the operation of the site. For all other types of cookies, we need your consent. Our website https://tretten.pro/ uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are placed by third-party
services that appear on our pages. You can change or withdraw your consent at any time.
You can find out more about who we are, how you can contact us and how we process personal data by reading our Personal Data Processing Notice.
Marketing cookies are used to track visitors on different websites. The purpose is to help third-party advertisers display relevant and attractive ads to the individual user.
|previousUrl||Sets a unique session identifier. This allows the site to receive|
data on visitor behaviour for statistical purposes
|tildasid||Registers a unique identifier that is used to generate statistics on how the visitor uses the site||1 day|
|tildauid||Registers a unique identifier that is used to generate statistics on|
how the visitor uses the site
|visited||A unique user ID that recognises the user during repeated visits||By the end of the session|
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Updating this Policy
If there are material changes to this policy, we will notify you by posting a prominent notice on our website no later than the change becomes effective. We encourage you to review the site periodically for the most up-to-date policy information.