We are responsible for the processing of the personal data of everyone visiting out site without exception. We always strive to ensure a high-level protection of the personal data we process and to protect our site visitors from the unauthorized disclosure of their personal data. At the same time, we strive to create and provide the most comfortable conditions of our site use for visitors.
In this regard, we have prepared and implemented this Policy, which complies with the requirements of the current legislation of Ukraine in the field of the personal data protection and with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter referred to as the “GDPR”).
Please note that this Policy applies only to the personal data processing that Hillmont Partners undertakes in connection with your visit to our site and / or processing of the personal data provided directly by you.
For your convenience, we structured this Policy for a better perception, tried to get rid of the legal jargon and complex sentences and supplemented it with some examples that, we hope, will help you better understand it.
In this regard, we have prepared and implemented this Policy, which meets the requirements.
- About HILLMONT PARTNERS
- WHY SHOULD YOU READ THIS POLICY?
- WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA AND WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE PROCESS?
- ON WHAT BASES DO WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
- WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE?
- PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
- WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
- DO WE USE DATA FOR MARKETING PURPOSES?
- WHERE DO WE STORE YOUR DATA?
- OUR CONTACTS
- ABOUT HILLMONT PARTNERS?
Hillmont Partners Law Firm – Hillmont Partners Limited Liability Company is created and operating in accordance with the laws of Ukraine, registered at the address: Kyiv, 36D Konovaltsia Street, office 49.
WHY SHOULD YOU READ THIS PRIVATE POLICY?
When you visit our site or use any online services of our site, we can from time to time collect and process your personal data (for example, name, surname, IP address, cookies, etc.). For more information on the meaning of the “personal data” concept, see below.
We collect your personal data so that you can freely visit our site, get acquainted with the materials that are posted, receive newsletters or other information from us, and the like.
We prepared this Policy in order to provide you with the opportunity to receive detailed and exhaustive information about exactly how and what information about you we process, what consequences this may have for you, and what rights you have in connection with our processing of such information
WHAT IS PERSONAL DATA AND WHAT PERSONAL DATA DO WE PROCESS?
Personal data is any information that allows us to identify you as a person. Such data can be not only your name, phone number, postal or email address. Under certain circumstances, personal data may also be cookies and an IP address, which we can process through your computer or other device.
If you visit our site, we can process the following your personal data:
- Data directly provided by you when filling out the contact form for e-mail distribution. Usually, for e-mailing, we process the following data: your name and surname, address, company (which you represent), your position and phone number;
In addition, if you contact us using any means of communication, we can process other information about you (depending on the communication method, for example, phone number, contact number of the online messenger, etc.), as well as information personally provided by you
ON WHAT BASES DO WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
Without exception, we carry out the personal data processing within the limits defined by law. We process your personal data only in order to ensure the proper functioning of our site and to create the opportunity for you to use the online services that our site offers.
From a legal point of view, we can process your personal data on the following legal grounds:
- On the basis of your personal consent to process your personal data. Each time, before you give us your consent, we will directly ask you about it, leaving you the opportunity to refuse to provide consent. When asking for your consent, we will make sure that you are warned about the processing of your personal data by us, are sufficiently informed about your rights, the goals and purposes of the personal data processing, and how to obtain additional, more detailed information.
As a rule, in accordance with this Policy, we process personal data based on your consent only in two cases:
– in the case of the cookies processing (see here for details),
– in the case of the e-mail newsletter.
- if the data processing is necessary “to achieve the goals of our legitimate interests.” What does it mean? It means that in some cases we can use the received personal data to ensure our activities, to perform our own tasks properly, to prevent cases of any violation of the integrity of the data or its unlawful disclosure.
For example, we may process personal data on a specified basis, in particular, for:
- Statistics, data structuring,
- The proper level ensuring of own IT security,
- Marketing activities,
- Use of the personal data “inside” our company, including our internal structural divisions,
- Prevention of threats to data integrity.
In any case, when processing the personal data in accordance with this legal basis, we guarantee that your rights as the owner of the personal data will be respected. At the same time, we also assure that we will refrain from your personal data processing if your personal interest, rights and freedoms exceed our legitimate interests.
WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE?
If we process your personal data, you have the following rights:
- The right to be notified about the processing of your data;
- The right to access the data that we process;
- The right to correct your data;
- The right to delete your data (“the right to be forgotten”);
- The right to limit the processing of personal data;
- The right to mobility of personal data;
- The right to object to the personal data processing;
In addition, you have the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority at any time, withdraw the previously given consent and the right to contact us with the relevant requests concerning your rights.
Please draw your attention to the fact that the amount of the rights that you have depends on the type of your personal data that we collect and process.
PRINCIPLES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
In order to ensure and guarantee your rights as a subject-owner of the personal data, in the processing of your personal data we are guided by the basic principles that are provided for by the GDPR.
These principles are the following:
- The principle of legality, lawfulness and transparency
In order to comply with this principle, we process your data solely on the legal grounds provided for by the GDPR and ensure that you are provided with all necessary information in a simple and understandable form.
- The principle of target restriction
This principle means that the processing of your personal data is carried out for clear, specifically defined and legal purposes.
- The principle of data minimization
Data Minimization Principle
– This principle states that we can process your data only to the extent that are sufficient and necessary.
- The principle of accuracy
We process only your personal data that is accurate and authentic (true).
- Storage restriction principle
According to this principle, we process and store your data for a strictly defined period.
- The principle of integrity and confidentiality
We process your personal data only in a way that ensures and guarantees its reliable security.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
Access to personal data obtained as a result of your visit to our website, as a rule, is available only to our company employees. We guarantee that all employees of our company who have or may have access to your personal data, are properly familiarize with the requirements of this Policy, and have also been instructed on the basic principles in the field of the personal data protection.
In certain circumstances, we can be forced to provide our personal data with third parties (for example, at the request of the state or law enforcement agencies). We do this only in accordance with the requirements of the law and only making sure that such requirements are based on the legal principles, are reasonable and necessary.
DO WE USE DATA FOR MARKETING PURPOSES?
In certain cases, we may use your personal data for the marketing purposes. Yes, we can periodically e-mail newsletters prepared by our lawyers or news about our company. E-mail distribution will be carried out by sending messages to your e-mail. Either we can carry out e-mail newsletters at your request, or if we believe that information, materials may interest you and / or relate to your work or practice.
Information materials may also contain components of our products and services, newsletters, news, various invitations to our events or greeting cards.
In any case, we can send messages to your e-mail only based on your consent. To do this, we collect and process information:
- Your e-mail – to implement the technical ability to send messages to the valid e-mail that belongs to you;
- Your name and surname – to understand how we can contact you.
Processing of these data is mandatory to implement the ability to carry out e-mail newsletters.
Additionally, we request information about the company you represent, your position and mobile phone number. However, such information is not obligatory for us to carry out e-mail newsletters and you are not required to inform it. We can process this information for our own statistical purposes or for your identification. For example, using information about the company or your position, we can more accurately determine the information materials that will be most interesting to you.
All the abovementioned information we can use only for the marketing and statistical purposes. We will not use the data received from you for any other purposes.
We will not carry out e-mail newsletters if you have not given your consent to receive our messages, or you have refused it. In any case, you always have the opportunity at any time to unsubscribe from e-mail newsletters without explanation. You can unsubscribe from the e-mail newsletter by writing to our e-mail: email@example.com, or by calling: +38 (044) 277-24-27.
WHERE DO WE STORE YOUR DATA?
We store your data at the address of the location of our office, namely: 01133, Ukraine, Kyiv, 36D Yevhena Konovaltsia Street, office 49.
If you have any questions regarding our processing of your personal data, you can always contact us:
– Hillmont Partners Limited Liability Company;
– Our address: 01133, Ukraine, Kyiv, 36D Yevhena Konovaltsia Street, office 49.
– Phone number: +38 (044) 277-24-27;
– Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.