Privacy Policy

Dear website visitors!

The administration of the (further referred to as the Site) treats your right to confidentiality with respect. The protection of your data is our priority, we understand and acknowledge the importance of not disclosing the personal information of our Site visitors. On this page, you can read our Privacy Policy. This document outlines the specific information that we receive during your use of the Site.


This Privacy Policy applies only to the Site and its sub-pages, as well as to the information collected via and through this Site. It cannot be distributed to other sites or be applicable to websites of third parties containing links to the Site.

Peculiarities of personal information collection and use

When you visit the Site, we define the country and the transitions from one page to another (the so-called «transition flow activity»). The information we receive on the Site can be used to make the Site usage easier for you and to fully satisfy your requirement as well as respond to your requests.

Collection and use of personal data

We collect only that personal data you provide voluntarily when you visit the Site or send an application (filling out the feedback form).

The most common types of information we collect include:

How we collect personal data

We collect personal data automatically, directly when you provide it to us navigating through the site or via other individuals when using the services associated with the Site (eg, social networks).

Ways of providing personal data:

We receive confidential information from you using questionnaires, feedback forms and registration forms as well as whenever you send us a message or an e-mail. Information received in this way, and containing data about navigation on the Site and geodata, is used only in a generalized form.

To administer the Site, as well as to diagnose problems with the server, we can use your IP address. Contact information obtained from the registration forms is used for communication with customers, when necessary, to fill in the documents required for the conclusion of contracts, as well as to provide regular information about the Site. The user (the client) can refuse to receive any text messages by e-mail.

Third-party service providers (for example, Google, Facebook) can provide information about you when you connect your account through the Adlots service, write us a message via Messenger or are active on our profiles hosted by third-party providers. They send us information such as:

Information is changed and controlled by a third-party service provider and directly by you through the privacy settings of your corresponding resource profile.

How we transfer and / or store personal information

Our servers are located on the territory of the European Union countries, therefore, based on the agreement with this policy, we have every reason to store your data there.

To protect your data, we work with contractors and service providers, which, we believe, support an acceptable standard of data security.

How we guarantee the security of your data

We store personal data on secure servers. The personal information we store and / or transfer is protected by security and access controllers, including authentication of username and password, encryption of data where necessary.

How you can access your personal data

You can access some personal data that we collect about you by logging into your account. You have the right to request access to your other personal information and ask for corrections to any errors in this data. You can close your account at any time. To make a request for access or correction, contact us using the contact information at the end of this policy.

You have the right to ask us to transfer your personal data to you (for example, transmit it in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format), delete it or limit its processing. You also have the right to object to any processing based on our legitimate interests, such as the profiling that we perform for direct marketing purposes, and to withdraw your consent to the processing of the data.

This right is restricted in certain situations — for example, if we have a legal request for processing your personal data. In some cases, this means that we can store data even if you have withdrawn consent to process the data.

If it is required that your personal information should comply with legal or contractual obligations, the provision of such data is mandatory: if such data is not provided, we will not be able to manage our contractual relations with you or fulfill the obligations imposed on us. In all other cases, the provision of the requested personal information is optional.

Personal information and personal data are implied as being the same in this privacy policy.

Choosing and refusing to receive newsletters

If you subscribe to one of our mailing lists or indicated that you are interested in receiving offers or information from us, you can receive newsletters from us. These mailings contain information about the promotion offers, company news, information about new articles in the blog. You can opt out of such messages if you prefer not to receive them in the future. You also have the option to choose cookies. By changing your browser settings, you can accept all cookies or reject them. If you choose to refuse from cookie, some functionality of our Site may not work properly in your case.

Collection and use of non-personal information

We also collect data that does not directly identify a particular person and does not reveal your identity. If you are authorized on the system, this information can be associated with your account. In this context, we are talking about:

Information about minors

Our site is not intended for use by children under 16 years old. Therefore, if you are under 16, we ask you not to use our Site and not to provide us with your personal information. If you are from 16 to 18 years old, you can view the Site, but you need permission from your parents or guardians to become a registered user. Parents or guardians should monitor the use of Children’s Sites.

Providing information to third parties

The Site Administration under no circumstances sells or gives away your personal data to any third parties. The administration of the site has a partnership with Google, which places on a paid basis promotional materials and ads on the pages of the site (including, but not limited to, text hyperlinks). Within the framework of this cooperation, the Administration of the site brings to the attention of all interested parties the following information:

How long we store personal information

We store your personal information as long as it is necessary to provide you with services, as well as to comply with our legal obligations. If you do not want us to use your personal information or provide our services, you can ask to delete your personal information and close the account. Please note that if you ask to delete your personal information, we will save information from remote accounts for use (if necessary) for legal purposes, fraud prevention, disputes resolution, help with investigations, enforce the terms of service and other actions permitted by law. The information we store will be processed in accordance with this Privacy Policy.


The site uses cookies to generate statistical reports. Cookies are a small amount of data sent by a website that your computer’s browser stores on your hard drive. This is a file that contains a character string that is stored on your computer when you visit Internet resources. Cookies contain information that may be necessary for the Site to save your viewing options and collect statistical information on the Site, i.e. what pages you visited, what was downloaded, the domain name of the ISP and the country of the visitor, as well as the addresses of third-party websites from which the transition to the Site was performed, etc. To view the material without using cookies, you can configure your browser in such a way so that it does not accept cookies, or notify you of their sending. In addition, we use standard Web server accounting logs to count the number of visitors and evaluate the technical capabilities of our Web site. We use this information to determine how many people visit the Site and organize the pages in the most convenient way for the users, to ensure that the Site conforms to the browsers used, and to make the content of our pages as useful to our visitors as possible.

Denial of responsibility

Remember, the transmission of personal information when visiting third-party sites, including partner sites, even if the website contains a link to the Site or the Site has a link to these websites, is not subjected to the provisions of this document. The Site Administration is not responsible for the actions of other websites. The process of collecting and transmitting personal information when visiting these sites is governed by the document «Protection of Personal Data» or similar, located on the websites of these companies.

Changes and updates to the specified Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to revise this Privacy Policy and to make changes to it in order to comply with current legal requirements. In case of changes to the Privacy Policy, we will notify you.

Dear users of Adlots!

If you are a user or a visitor in the European Economic Zone, these rules also apply to you:

Adlots should only be considered as a processor on behalf of its customers and users with respect to any information containing personal data that is subjected to the requirements of EU data protection legislation (including the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 («GDPR»).

Our company does not own, process or control the use of any data that is stored and processed by the client or user through Adlots’s own copy. Our company does not know which client data is actually stored or processed and does not have direct access to the client’s data, except when permitted by the customer, or, if necessary, to provide services to the client and its users.

Adlots does not independently issue personal data of the customer that is stored or processed by the service to third parties, with the exception of third-party subcontractors who can process such data on behalf of Adlots in connection with the provision of services to customers by the company. Such actions are performed or resolved only by the client or user.

The customer or user is the controller of information containing personal data in accordance with the «GDPR», the client himself determines the way of collecting and using personal data, as well as determining the purpose and means of processing such personal data.

Website tracking code is opt-in and Adlots in no way automatically stores or uses the data beyond what is necessary for performance purposes. Therefore, in terms of the GDPR, Adlots is the data processor and thus the user (you) is the data controller responsible for how the data is used and stored. As the data controller, when it comes to the GDPR you must make sure that you are compliant with the GDPR and other data storage regulations.

Our company is not responsible for the information stored in the customer database or any other information stored on the server.

Our company is not responsible for how the customer or user collects, disposes, distributes or processes such information.

Questions and Suggestions

Dear visitors of the site! If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy, as well as complaints, wishes or suggestions, we will listen with gratitude to all your appeals.


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