PRINCIPLES OF DATA PROCESSING
1. General provisions
1.1. The principles of data processing apply to the Users of the AS GoCraft website.
Data controller and processor
1.2. The chief data processor is AS GoCraft, registry code 10786869, location Viadukti 2, Tallinn 11313
1.3.Data are voluntary data transmissions.
1.4. Voluntary information is the e-mail address for the transmission of commercial communications.
1.4.1. The Client has given his / her separate consent to the transfer of data contact details for direct marketing purposes, ie transmitted to him marketing communications with the contact details provided by him using.
1.5.AS GoCraft may grant the right to use the data to authorized processors. Authorized processors are cooperation partners, whose data is forwarded to the request, which is forwarded to e-mail: email@example.com
1.6. The data is used by AS GoCraft or an authorized processor:
1.6.1. to fulfill legal obligations (eg data transmission
1.7. The authorized processor may process the data only for specific data provided by AS GoCraft tasks.
Data retention period
1.8. AS GoCraft retains data for as long as it is needed for the purpose for which the data was used or until the statute of limitations for the claim arises and until the expiry of the retention period of the statutory document (according to
VAT Act and the Accounting Act for 7 years).
Customer rights in connection with the use of data
1.9. The Client has the right to receive information about the use of AS GoCraft’s data in law in accordance with the procedure and to the extent provided for in
1.10. The Client has the right to demand termination of the use of AS GoCraft ‘s own data and rectification, closure, and erasure of data;
1.11. The customer has the right to accept or prohibit the use of his data for direct marketing or for marketing purposes;
1.12. The customer has the right to apply to the Data Protection Inspectorate and the court to protect their rights half.
2.2. Domains belonging to AS GoCraft may, inter alia, contain elements that store cookies on behalf of third parties.
Refusal of cookies
2.3. The user has the right to refuse to save cookies on the computer. If desired, must Subscriber change your browser settings.
2.4. Different types of web browsers use different methods to block cookies. more precise
information is displayed on the website https://www.aki.ee/en.
2.5. When blocking cookies, the User must take into account that not all functions of the website may no longer be available to the User after blocking cookies.
What is a cookie?
2.6. A cookie is a text file that is sent and stored on the User’s computer by websites that the user is visiting. The cookie is stored in the file directory of the User’s web browser. If The user has visited the website before, reads the cookie, and transmits the corresponding information on the website or item that originally stored the cookie. Learn more about cookies
is available on the website https://www.aki.ee/en.
2.7. Cookies allow us to monitor the website usage statistics, the popularity of the sections, and other operations on the website. The information obtained from the cookie is used by the website
to improve ease of use and content.
Types of cookies used on the website
2.8.Permanent cookies are essential for navigating the website and its functions for use. In the absence of persistent cookies, the User would not be able to use all of the website’s features.
2.9.Session cookies allow the website to remember what the User has done in previous options (such as username, language selection, etc.) and thus offer more efficient and personalized features.
2.10. Tracking cookies collect data about the User’s behavior on the website. From the tracking cookie, The information available allows you to increase the usability of the website.