Compass Networks Ltd. (d/b/a Exaware (“Exaware“) respects your privacy. This policy explains Exaware’s privacy practices for users of the site www.exaware.com. It describes the ways Exaware collects and uses your personal information and the rights and options available to you with respect to your information.
- What personal information do you have to provide to Exaware?
In connection with your use of this site, you may be requested to provide additional information, such as (but not limited to) your name, your email address, your zip code and your phone number. The amount and type of information that Exaware gathers depends on the nature of the interaction. You are not required by law to provide any information to Exaware and may choose not to provide certain or all information, but then you might not be able to use certain portions of the site.
Exaware also collects potentially personally-identifying information like Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for logged in users and for users leaving comments on our blogs. Exaware only discloses logged in user and commenter IP addresses under the same circumstances that it uses and discloses personally-identifying information as described below, except that blog commenter IP addresses are visible and disclosed to the administrators of the blog where the comment was left.
We may use Google Analytics, a third party provider of analytics tools or a similar third party service to analyze information about visits to our website. For information about opting out of Google Analytics please visit: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
- What does Exaware do with your personally identifiable information?
Exaware may use personally identifiable information for the following purposes:
- to contact you as and when Exaware believes it to be necessary;
- to administer and improve our site;
- to better understand the needs of the users of our site and create content that is relevant to the user;
- for marketing and market research purposes;
- to generate statistics and de-identified data;
- to personalize content for the user;
- to notify the user of any changes with our Website;
- for historical, statistical or business planning purposes;
- to prevent fraud and investigate potential misconduct; or
- to comply with any applicable law and assist law enforcement agencies as required;
- in any case where Exaware believes that the use of the information is necessary to prevent imminent physical harm or damage to property or body; and/or
- to take any action in any case of dispute, or legal proceeding of any kind between you and Exaware, or between you and other users or third parties with respect to, or in relation with the site
- Important notice about children’s privacy
Exaware does not knowingly collect or solicit personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 18 or knowingly allow such persons to provide personally identifiable information to Exaware. If you are under the age of 18 then you may use the site only with the involvement of a parent or guardian and must not provide any of your personal details.
Exaware strongly encourages parents to monitor their children’s use of the Web. Exaware will delete a child’s personally identifiable information if a parent so requests by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. If Exaware learns that a child under the age of 18 years has provided personally identifiable information to Exaware without verifiable parental consent, Exaware will use commercially reasonable efforts to delete such information from Exaware’s databases.
- How does Exaware Share your personally identifiable information with others?
Exaware does not sell, rent or lease your personally identifiable information to third parties. Exaware may share personally identifiable information with others in any of the following instances, and by using the site you consent to such share of information, or subject to your explicit consent:
- To contact you. For example, Exaware may use a third party’s mailing platform to send you messages and updates from time to time;
- If Exaware believes that you have performed any act or omission that Exaware believes to be violating any applicable law, rules, or regulations. Exaware may share your information with law enforcement agencies and other competent authorities as well as with other third parties, as may be required;
- if Exaware is required, or believes that it is required by law to share or disclose your information;
- in any case where Exaware believes that sharing information is necessary to prevent imminent physical harm or damage to property or body;
- Exaware may also share personally identifiable information with companies or organizations connected, or affiliated with Exaware, such as subsidiaries, sister-companies and parent companies; and/or
- in case of a merger, acquisition or any other structural change involving Exaware, or in the unlikely event that Exaware goes out of business or enters bankruptcy, Exaware may be required to transfer your personal information to another entity, as part of such structural change, provided that the receiving entity will comply with this policy.
- How does Exaware use aggregated information?
Like most website operators, Exaware collects non-personally-identifying information of the sort that web browsers and servers typically make available, such as the browser type, language preference, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor request. Exaware may also use such and other anonymous, statistical or aggregated information to improve the quality and functionality of the site, to enhance your experience, to create new content, including customized content, to change or cancel existing content and for other internal and statistical purposes.
Exaware may share, publish, post, disseminate, transmit or otherwise communicate or make available such information, to suppliers, business partners, sponsors, affiliates and any other third party, at Exaware’s sole discretion, provided however, that Exaware will not knowingly, or intentionally use the information to reveal your identity without your consent.
- Data Retention
Exxaware retains personally identifiable information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes of using such information under this Policy and as permitted by law.
Exaware will keep aggregated non-identifiable information without limitation, and to the extent reasonable it will delete or de-identify potentially identifiable information, when it no longer needs to process the information in an identifiable form.
- What opt-out and deletion options are available to you?
At any time you may opt out of Exaware’s mailing lists, by sending Exaware a removal request to: [firstname.lastname@example.org__]. It may take up to ten (10) business days for your opt-out request to take effect.
If you wish to delete your personally identifiable information that is stored in Exaware’s database, you may send a request to delete information to: [email@example.com___]. Exaware will inform you whether it can accept your request. In any case, Exaware may keep any aggregated or anonymized information for statistical, marketing and other purposes, indefinitely.
- How does Exaware secure your personal Information?
Exaware implements information security systems and procedures to secure your personal information. While such systems and procedures reduce the risk of security breaches, they do not provide absolute security. Therefore, Exaware cannot guarantee that the site will be immune from any wrongdoings, malfunctions, unlawful interceptions or unauthorized access to the information stored therein and to other information security risks.
We restrict access to personal information you provided Exaware to our employees, contractors, vendors and agents who need to know that information for the purposes described in this policy. These individuals are obligated to keep your personal information confidential and they may be subject to penalties, termination of relations and criminal prosecution, if they fail to comply with such obligations.
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- Where is my personal information processed?
Exaware stores and processes the information through a third party’s hosting services which maintains servers all over the world, including Europe, the State of Israel and the USA. If you are in the European Economic Area, or in any other jurisdiction that regulates the transfer of personal information outside that jurisdiction, then you hereby grant Exaware your explicit and unambiguous consent to transfer your personal information outside of Europe or such other jurisdiction (as applicable), for the purposes described in this policy.
Exaware is doing its utmost to comply with this policy. If you have any questions, concerns or complaints regarding this policy and the enforcement thereof, please refer them to: firstname.lastname@example.org. After receiving your complaint, Exaware may contact you to better understand your concerns and will make all efforts to promptly answer your question, or resolve your complaint to your full satisfaction.
Exaware may change and update the terms of this policy from time to time. All substantial changes that Exaware makes to this policy will be notified on the Website and take effect thirty (30) days following their initial posting. Other changes will take effect seven (7) days after their initial posting on the Website, unless Exaware amends the policy to comply with legal requirements. In the latter cases the amendments will become effective as required, or ordered.
Last Updated: September 7th, 2021