1. Ucount's Commitment to the Data Privacy Protection:
Protecting the security and privacy of your personal data is important to us; therefore, we conduct
our commercial activities in strict compliance with the legislation applicable to the data privacy protection and security of your data.
We hope that the policy outlined below will help you understand which data Ucount may collect, how Ucount uses and protects
that data, and the entities with which it can share it.
2. Personal data
Ucount does not collect any personal data about you (eg your name, address, telephone number or
e-mail address) through the website, unless you voluntarily choose to provide us with your personal information.
(eg through records, surveys), or to authorize us to use them or unless the legislations and regulations applicable to
the protection of your personal data so permit.
3. Purpose of Use
Whenever you give us your personal information, we usually use it to answer your questions, process
your request or give you access to specific information or offers. Likewise, in order to support the relationship we have with you as a customer:
- We can store and process personal data to better understand your business necessities and how we can improve our products and services;
- We may use personal data to contact you directly to inform you about an offer from Ucount that meets your business necessities or conduct online surveys
to better understand your necessities as our customer.
If you opt not to use your personal data as a support for our relationship with te client
(especially in direct marketing or market research), we respect your decision. We will not sell nor market in any way your personal data to third parties.
4. Objective Limitations
Ucount will collect, use and disclose the personal data provided by you online only for the purposes communicated to you,
unless such disclosure:
- Constitutes a use of personal data for any additional purpose directly related to the original purpose for which the data was originally collected;
- In case it's necessary to draw up, negotiate and execute a contract concluded with you;
- In case it's required by law or by the competent governmental or judicial authorities;
- In case it's necessary to establish or sustain a judicial proceeding or the defense in a judicial action;
- In case it's necessary to prevent fraud or other illicit activities, such as voluntary attacks on Ucount's information technology systems.
5. Communication or Usage Data
Through your use of telecommunications services to access our website, your communications data (eg Internet protocol address)
or usage data (eg information on the start, end and duration of each access, information about the telecommunication services to which you have
accessed) are generated technically and may have some relation with your personal data. Unless expressly stated otherwise by the user, they will
be stored in the database that Ucount has, approved by the National Data Protection Commission.
6. Non-Personal Data Collected Automatically
Whenever you access our website, we may collect automatically (in other words, without record) non-personally identifiable data
(eg, Internet browser and operating system used, domain name of the website from which you came, number of visits, average time passed on the site, pages viewed).
7. "Cookies" - Information Automatically Stored on Your Computer
Whenever you view our website, we may store information on your computer in the form of a cookie in order to automatically
recognize your PC the next time you visit us. Cookies can help us in many ways, for example by allowing us to create a website more suited to
your interests, storing your password so you do not have to enter it again the next time you access the site. If you do not wish to receive
cookies, configure your Internet browser to erase all cookies from your computer's hard drive, block all cookies, or signal before you store a cookie.
Ucount shall not collect personal data of children without requesting the consent of their parents or who is in possession
of parental authority if required by the applicable legislation. We will only use or disclose the personal data of children to the extent permitted
by law in order to obtain parental consent in accordance with local legislations and regulations or for the protection of a child. The definition
of "child" or "children" should take into account the applicable legislation as well as cultural customs at national or regional level.
In order to protect your personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss or alteration or against unauthorized
disclosure or access, Ucount applies technical and organizational security measures.
10. Links to Other Web Sites
The Ucount Website contains links to other Websites. Ucount is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content
of other Web sites.
11. Questions and Comments
Ucount will respond to reasonable requests to review your personal data and to correct, amend or erase any
inaccuracies. If you have any questions or comments about the Ucount Data Privacy Protection Policy (eg reviewing and updating your
personal information), click on "Contacts". As the Internet evolves, our Data Privacy Protection Policy will also evolve.