Techno Diasoft LLC policy on personal data processing
The Policy of personal data processing (hereinafter referred to as the Policy) is developed in accordance with the Federal Law dated 27.07.2006. No. 152-FZ "On Personal Data" (hereinafter referred to as the Law).
This Policy defines the procedure for processing personal data and measures to ensure the security of personal data at Techno Diasoft LLC (hereinafter referred to as the Operator) in order to protect the rights and freedoms of individuals and citizens in the processing of their personal data, including the protection of the right to privacy, personal and family secrecy.
The following basic concepts are used in the Policy:
Techno Diasoft LLC is obliged to publish or otherwise provide unrestricted access to this Personal Data Processing Policy in accordance with part 2 of Article 18.1 of the Law.
PRINCIPLES AND CONDITIONS OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
2.1. Principles of personal data processing
Processing of personal data by the Operator is carried out on the basis of the following principles:
2.2. Conditions of personal data processing
The Operator processes personal data under at least one of the following conditions:
2.3. Confidentiality of personal data
The operator and other persons who have access to personal data are obliged not to disclose to third parties and not to disseminate personal data without the consent of the subject of personal data, unless otherwise provided for by federal law.
2.4. Publicly available sources of personal data
For information support purposes, the Operator may create publicly available sources of personal data of subjects, including directories and address books. Publicly available sources of personal data may include the subject's surname, name, patronymic, date and place of birth, position, contact telephone numbers, e-mail address and other personal data provided by the subject of personal data with the written consent of the subject. Information about the subject shall be excluded from publicly available sources of personal data at any time at the request of the subject or by decision of the court or other authorized state bodies.
2.5. Special categories of personal data
Processing by the Operator of special categories of personal data concerning race, nationality, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, state of health, intimate life is allowed if:
Processing of special categories of personal data shall be immediately stopped if the reasons due to which their processing was carried out are eliminated, unless otherwise established by federal law.
Processing of personal data on criminal record may be carried out by the Operator only in cases and in the manner determined in accordance with federal laws.
2.6. Biometric personal data
Information that characterizes physiological and biological features of a person on the basis of which his/her identity can be established - biometric personal data - may be processed by the Operator only with the written consent of the subject.
2.7. Assignment of personal data processing to another pers
The Operator has the right to entrust personal data processing to another person with the consent of the personal data subject, unless otherwise provided for by federal law, on the basis of a contract concluded with this person. The person processing personal data on behalf of the Operator is obliged to comply with the principles and rules of personal data processing stipulated by the Law.
2.8. Cross-border transfer of personal data
The operator is obliged to make sure that the foreign state, to the territory of which it is supposed to transfer personal data, provides adequate protection of the rights of personal data subjects, before the beginning of such transfer.
At the same time, the operator performing transborder transfer of personal data shall be guided by the legislation of the foreign state, to the territory of which the transfer of personal data is carried out, the legislation of the Russian Federation in the field of protection of the rights of personal data subjects, as well as international normative acts, including the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data of January 28, 1981 ETS No. 108, taking into account the list of countries that have signed and ratified this Convention.
Transborder transfer of personal data in the territories of foreign states that do not ensure adequate protection of the rights of personal data subjects may be carried out in cases:
RIGHTS OF THE PERSONAL DATA SUBJECT
3.1. Consent of the personal data subject to the processing of his/her personal data
The subject of personal data decides to provide his/her personal data and consents to their processing freely, of his/her own free will and in his/her own interest. Consent to the processing of personal data may be given by the subject of personal data or his/her representative in any form that allows to confirm the fact of its receipt, unless otherwise established by federal law.
The obligation to provide proof of receipt of the personal data subject's consent to the processing of his/her personal data or proof of the existence of the grounds specified in the Law is imposed on the Operator.
3.2. Rights of the personal data subject
The subject of personal data has the right to receive information from the Operator regarding the processing of his/her personal data, unless such right is restricted in accordance with federal laws. The subject of personal data has the right to demand from the Operator to clarify his/her personal data, block or destroy it if the personal data is incomplete, outdated, inaccurate, illegally obtained or not necessary for the stated purpose of processing, as well as to take measures provided for by law to protect his/her rights.
Processing of personal data for the purpose of promoting goods, works, services on the market by means of direct contacts with potential consumers, as well as for political agitation purposes is allowed only with the prior consent of the personal data subject. The said processing of personal data is recognized as being carried out without the prior consent of the subject of personal data, unless the Company proves that such consent was obtained.
The operator is obliged to immediately stop processing of personal data for the above purposes at the request of the personal data subject.
It is prohibited to make decisions on the basis of exclusively automated processing of personal data that give rise to legal consequences in relation to the subject of personal data or otherwise affect his/her rights and legitimate interests, except in cases provided for by federal laws or with the consent in writing of the subject of personal data.
If a personal data subject believes that the Operator processes his/her personal data in violation of the requirements of the Law or otherwise violates his/her rights and freedoms, the personal data subject has the right to appeal the actions or inaction of the Operator to the Authorized Body for the Protection of the Rights of Personal Data Subjects or in court.
The subject of personal data has the right to protect his/her rights and legitimate interests, including compensation for losses and (or) compensation for moral damage in court.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
Other rights and obligations of the Operator as an operator of personal data shall be determined by the legislation of the Russian Federation in the field of personal data.
The Operator's officials guilty of violating the norms governing the processing and protection of personal data shall bear material, disciplinary, administrative, civil or criminal liability in accordance with the procedure established by federal laws.
To prevent unauthorized access to personal data, the Operator applies the following organizational and technical measures:
Other rights and obligations of the Operator as a personal data operator are determined by the legislation of the Russian Federation in the field of personal data.
The Operator's officials guilty of violating the norms regulating the processing and protection of personal data shall bear material, disciplinary, administrative, civil or criminal liability in accordance with the procedure established by federal laws.