Europrint Bulgaria OOD, UIC 121480322, head office and registered address at 14 Srebarna Street, Hladilnika residential area, Lozenets region, 1407 Sofia, represented by Nikolay Svetoslavovo Vlaev – Manager („the company“, “us”, “we” or “our”), manages the website europrint-bg.com (“the Service”). This page gives you information about our rules with respect to collection, use and disclosure of personal data, when using the Service. We will not use or share your personal data with anyone else except as provided and described in these Confidentiality Rules (“the Rules”).
We make use of your personal data in providing and improving the Service. By using the Service, you accept collection and use of personal data in accordance with these Rules.
The confidentiality of your personal data is important for us.
The policy of Europrint Bulgaria is to protect the privacy of your personal data with respect to any information we might obtain while you are working with our website. Accordingly, we have developed these Confidentiality Rules to help you understand how we collect, use, transfer, disclose or use in any other way personal data.
Our Confidentiality Rules are set out below:
- We collect and use personal data with the sole purpose of implementing the aims set by us or other additional aims, only in the cases when we have received the agreement of the respective natural person or in accordance with the requirements of the law.
- The personal data should correspond to the purposes for which they should be used and, in so far as it is necessary for these purposes, they should be exact, complete and up-to-date.
- We protect the privacy of your personal data by employing reliable guarantees for security against loss or theft, and against unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use or modification.
- We provide to our partners easily accessible information about our policies and practices, related to personal data management.
- We retain your personal data only for such a period of time which is necessary for the purposes they have been provided.
We commit ourselves to carrying out our activity in accordance with the above principles, in order to ensure that the privacy of your personal data is protected and maintained.
Collection and use of personal data
In using our Service, we may ask you to provide certain personal information, which may be used as contact or identification. The personal identification information may include email address, name, telephone number, postal address and other information (“Personal Data”), but is not limited to these.
Data for the logbook
We can also collect information sent by your browser, when you visit our Service (“Data for the Logbook”). These data in the logbook may include information such as the address of the internet protocol (“IP”) of your computer, the type of browser, the version of the browser, the pages of our Service visited by you, the time and the date of your visits, the time spent on these pages and statistics.
Apart from this, we may use services of third parties such as Google Analytics, who collect, monitor and analyze such information, in order to increase the functionality of our Service. These third party service providers have their own confidentiality policies, which concern the manner of using such information.
“Cookies” are files with small amount of information, which may include anonymous unique identifier. The cookies are sent to your browser by websites and they are stored on the hard disk of your computer. We can use “cookies” to select information. You can instruct your browser to refuse all “cookies” or to indicate when a “cookie” has been sent. If you do not accept “cookies”, however, you might be unable to use certain parts of our Service.
We may use third party companies and natural persons, in order to improve our Service, to deliver the Service on our behalf, to deliver services or make analysis of how our Service is used. These third parties shall have access to your personal data only for the purpose of carrying out the tasks on our behalf and they shall be under the strict obligation not to disclose them or use them for other purposes.
We may use your personal data to get in contact with you through our e-bulletin. You can refuse receiving it at any time by following the link for unsubscribing or the instructions given at the end of each email we send.
Compliance with the legislation
We will disclose your personal data only when this is required in compliance with the applicable legislation or at the request of the court or a government authority, or if we consider that such an action is necessary to observe the law and the reasonable requirements of the law enforcement authorities, or for the protection of the security or the integrity of our Service.
The security of your personal data is important for us, but please do not forget that no method of internet transmission or method of digital storage is 100% secure. Even if we strive to use adequate means to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee their absolute security.
If you are outside Bulgaria and choose to submit information to us, please note that we transfer such information, including your personal data, in Bulgaria and it is processed there. Your consent with these Confidentiality Rules, followed by submitting such information, shall be deemed your statement of agreement for such transfer.
Links to other sites
Our Service may contain links to other sites which are not managed by us. If you click on the link to a third party, you will be redirected to the site of that third party. We strongly recommend you to examine the Confidentiality Rules of each site you visit. We do not have control over and we shall not be held responsible for the content, the confidentiality policies or the practices of the sites and services of any third parties.
Protection of children
Our Service does not refer to persons under the age of 13 (“children”). We do not collect deliberately personal data from children aged under 13. If you are parent or guardian and you know that your children have submitted to us their personal data, please contact us. If we come to know that we have collected personal data from children under the age of 13 without confirmation of agreement by their parents, we will undertake steps to remove such data from our servers.
Europrint Bulgaria retains its right to update regularly this confidentiality policy. We recommend you to read it regularly in order to keep yourself informed about all changes. In the event of undertaking more substantial changes, we will notify you by email.
If you have questions about these Confidentiality Rules, please don’t hesitate to contact us.