Privacy Policy

The following Privacy Policy sets out the rules for saving and accessing data on Users 'Devices using the Website to provide electronic services by the Administrator and the rules for collecting and processing Users’ data that have been provided by them personally and voluntarily through the tools available on the Website.

The following Privacy Policy is an integral part of the Website Regulations, which define the rules, rights and obligations of Users using the Website.

§1 Definitions

Website – website „https://elevationgroup.cc/” operating at https://elevationgroup.cc/

External Website – websites of partners, service providers or recipients cooperating with the Administrator

Website / Data Administrator – the Website Administrator and Data Administrator (from now on, the Administrator) is LMVIS LTD, Unit 1 Holme Lacy Industrial Estate, Hereford, England, HR2 6DR, VAT Number: 321 4315 50, Company Number: 11898043

User – a natural person for whom the Administrator provides services electronically via the Website.

Device – an electronic device with software through which the User gains access to the Website

Cookies – text data collected in the form of files placed on the User’s Device

GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals about the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (general regulation on the security of data)

Personal data – information about an identified or identifiable natural person („data subject”); an identifiable natural person is a person who can be directly or indirectly identified, in particular, based on an identifier such as name and surname, identification number, location data, internet identifier or one or more specific physical, physiological, genetic, mental factors, the economic, cultural or social identity of a natural person.

Processing – means any operation or a set of functions performed on personal data or stages of personal data in an automated or non-automated manner, such as collecting, recording, organizing, organizing, storing, adapting or modifying, downloading, viewing, using, disclosing by sending, distributing or otherwise the type of sharing, matching or combining, limiting, deleting or destroying;

Restriction of processing – means the marking of stored personal data to limit their processing in the future.

Profiling – means any form of automated processing of personal data, which consists of the use of personal data to evaluate certain individual factors of a natural person, in particular, to analyze or forecast aspects related to the effects of a natural person’s work, economic situation, health, personal preferences, interests, reliability, behaviour, location or movement

Consent – Consent of the data subject means a voluntary, specific, informed, and unambiguous demonstration of the will to which the data subject, in the form of a statement or an explicit affirmative action, allows the processing of personal data concerning him

Breach of personal data protection – means a breach of security leading to accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, modification, unauthorized disclosure or unauthorized access to personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise 

processed

Pseudonymisation – means the processing of personal data in such a way that they can no longer 

be assigned to a specific data subject without the use of additional information, provided that such additional information is kept separately and is subject to technical and organizational measures that prevent 

They’re being attributed to an identified or an identifiable natural person.

Anonymization: Data anonymization is an irreversible process of data operations that destroy/overwrites „personal data”, making it impossible to identify or associate a given record with a specific user or natural person.

§2 Data Protection Inspector

Under Art. 37 of the GDPR, the Administrator has not appointed the Data Protection Officer.

In matters relating to data processing, including personal data, please get in touch with the Administrator directly.

§3 Types of Cookies

Internal Cookies – files uploaded and read from the User’s Device by the Website’s IT system

External cookies – files placed and read from the User’s Device by the ICT systems of external websites. The scripts of external websites that may place cookies on the User’s Devices have been consciously put on the Website through hands and services made available and installed.

Session Cookies – files placed and read from the User’s Device by the Website during one session of a given Device. After the session ends, the files are removed from the User’s Device.

Persistent cookies – files uploaded and read from the User’s Device by the Website until they are manually deleted. The files are not deleted automatically after the end of the Device session unless the configuration of the User’s device is set to the Cookie deletion mode after the end of the Device session.

§4 Data storage security

Mechanisms for storing and reading Cookie files – Mechanisms for storing, reading and exchanging data between Cookies saved on the User’s Device and the Website are implemented through the built-in mechanisms of web browsers. They do not allow the collection of other data from the User’s Device or data of other websites visited by the User, including personal data or confidential information. It is also practically impossible to transfer viruses, Trojans and other worms to the User’s Device.

Internal cookies: Cookie files used by the Administrator are safe for Users’ Devices and do not contain scripts, content or information that may threaten the security of personal data or the safety of the Device used by the User.

External cookies – the Administrator takes all possible actions to verify and select website partners in the context of Users’ safety. The Administrator determines well-known, large partners with global social trust for cooperation. However, it does not entirely control the content of Cookie files from external partners. Therefore, the Administrator is not responsible for the security of Cookie files, their content and the use by the license by the Scripts installed on the Website, coming from external websites, to the extent permitted by law. The list of partners is provided further in the Privacy Policy.

Cookie control

The User may at any time independently change the settings for saving, deleting and accessing the data of saved cookies by each Website.

Information on how to disable cookies in the most popular computer browsers is available on the Website: how to disable cookies or at one of the following providers:

Managing cookies in Chrome

Managing cookies in the Opera browser

Managing cookies in the Firefox browser

Managing cookies in the Edge browser

Managing cookies in the Safari browser

Operating cookies in Internet Explorer 11

The User may delete any Cookie files saved so far using the User’s Device tools through which the User uses the Website’s services.

Threats on the User’s part: The Administrator uses all possible technical measures to ensure the security of data placed in Cookie files. However, it should be noted that ensuring the security of this data depends on both parties, including the User’s activity. The Administrator is not responsible for interception of this data, impersonation of the User’s session or their removal as a result of the User’s conscious or unconscious activity, viruses, Trojan horses and other spyware that may or may have been an infected User’s Device. To protect against these threats, users should follow the recommendations for safe use of the network.

Storage of personal data – the Administrator, makes every effort to ensure that the processed personal data entered voluntarily by Users are safe; access to them is limited and carried out by their intended use and processing purposes. The Administrator also ensures that he makes every effort to protect his data against loss by using appropriate physical and organizational safeguards.

Password storage: The Administrator declares that the passwords are stored in an encrypted form, using the latest standards and guidelines in this regard. It is practically impossible to decrypt the account passwords provided on the Website.

§5 Purposes for which Cookie files are used

Improving and facilitating access to the Website

Personalization of the Website for Users

Enabling login to the Website

Marketing, Remarketing on external websites

Advertising serving services

Affiliate services

Keeping statistics (users, number of visits, types of devices, connection, etc.)

Provision of multimedia services

Provision of social networking services

§6 Purposes of personal data processing

Personal data voluntarily provided by Users are processed for one of the following purposes:

Implementation of electronic services:

User account registration and maintenance services on the Website and related functionalities

Newsletter services (including sending advertising content with consent)

Services for commenting/liking entries on the Website without registering

Benefits of sharing information about the content posted on the Website on social networks or other websites.

Administrator’s communication with Users on matters related to the Website and data protection

Ensuring the Controller’s legitimate interest

Data about Users collected anonymously and automatically are processed for one of the following purposes:

Keeping statistics

Remarketing

Serving advertisements tailored to the Users’ preferences

Support for affiliate programs

Ensuring the Controller’s legitimate interest

§7 Cookies of external websites

The Administrator on the Website uses javascript scripts and web components of partners who may place their cookies on the User’s Device. Remember that in your browser settings, you can decide about the allowed cookies that individual websites can use. Below is a list of partners or their services implemented on the Website that may place cookies:

Multimedia services:

YouTube

Social / Combined Services:

(Registration, Login, content sharing, communication, etc.)

Twitter

Facebook

Google+

LinkedIn

Content sharing services:

Slack

WhatsApp

Instagram

Newsletter services:

Freshmail

MailChimp

Mailerlite

GetResponse

HubSpot

Ad serving services and affiliate networks:

Google Adsense

Lead. Network

MyLead

Keeping statistics:

Google Analytics

Other services:

Google Maps

Services provided by third parties are beyond the Controller’s control. As a result, these entities may change their terms of service, privacy policy, the purpose of data processing and the methods of using cookies at any time.

§8 Types of collected data

The Website collects data about Users. Some data is collected automatically and anonymously, and some information is personal data provided voluntarily by Users when subscribing to individual services offered by the Website.

Anonymous data collected automatically:

IP address

Browser type

Screen resolution

Approximate location

The subpages of the Website that are opened

Time spent on the relevant subpage of the Website

Type of operating system

Address of the previous subpage

Address of the referring party

Browser language

Internet connection speed

Internet Service Provider

Data collected during registration:

Name / surname / nickname

Login

E-mail address

Avatar / Profile picture

Address

Interested

Sex

Date of birth/age

Website addresses

Phone number

IP address (collected automatically)

Number nip

Data collected when subscribing to the Newsletter service

Data collected when subscribing to the Newsletter service

Name / surname / nickname

E-mail address

IP address (collected automatically)

Data collected when adding a comment

Name and surname/nickname

E-mail address

Web address

IP address (collected automatically)

Part of the data (without identifying data) may be stored in cookies. In addition, some data (without identifying information) may be transferred to the statistical service provider.

§9 Access to personal data by third parties

As a rule, the only recipient of personal data provided by Users is the Administrator. Data collected from the services provided are not transferred or sold to third parties.

Access to data (most often based on the Data Processing Agreement) may be granted to entities responsible for maintaining the infrastructure and services necessary to run the Website, i.e .:

Hosting companies that provide hosting or related services to the Administrator

Companies through which the Newsletter service is provided

Entrusting the processing of personal data – Newsletter

To provide the Newsletter service, the Administrator uses the services of a third-party – Freshmail, MailChimp, Mailerlite, GetResponse, and HubSpot. The data entered in the subscription form for the newsletter is transferred, stored and processed on the external Website of this service provider.

Please be advised that the indicated partner may modify the stated privacy policy without the Administrator’s consent.

Entrusting the processing of personal data – Hosting Services, VPS or Dedicated Servers

To run the Website, the Administrator uses the services of an external hosting provider, VPS or Dedicated Servers – LH.pl.

A clause on the rules for the administration of personal data under the information obligation required by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of personal data and the processing of personal data obtained in the course of cooperation between the parties.