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Effective date: August 2023

1. Introduction

We value your trust and view your rights and data security as the basis for our long-lasting business relationships. This policy recaps transparently how we collect, use, and protect your information when you visit our website and interact with the services and features we provide, including our blog and user comments.

By accessing or using our website, you agree to the following practices.

2. Data controller and contact information

AMBITIONED (“we,” “us,” or “our”) acts as the data controller for the personal information collected through this website.

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy policy or our data practices, you can reach us at:

bul. Aleksandar Malinov 78
Mladost 4
Sofia 1799

3. Information we collect

3.1. Personal information

We may collect certain personally identifiable information (“Personal Information”) you voluntarily provide. It may include but is not limited to your name, email address, and any other information you provide when filling out contact forms, subscribing to our newsletter, or leaving comments on our blog posts. For analytical purposes, we may also collect your IP address.

The level of Personal Information we collect corresponds to the purpose it will be used for.

3.2. Non-personal information

In addition to Personal Information, we collect non-personally identifiable information (“Non-personal Information”) such as device type, browser type, operating system, language preference, time zone, referring URLs, pages viewed, and other similar data, using technologies like cookies and web beacons.

3.3. Third-party services

We use the following third-party services for analytics, tracking, and marketing purposes:

3.3.1. Google Analytics and Google Search Console

These services provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) track and report website traffic, user behaviour, and performance. Google Analytics and Google Search Console use cookies to collect data anonymously. Google Analytics drops any IP addresses that it collects from EU users before logging that data via EU domains and servers. For more information on how Google collects and processes data, refer to their Privacy policy.

4. Lawful basis for processing

We will process it based on one or more of the following lawful bases:

– Your consent, which you can withdraw at any time without restriction from us.

– When necessary for contracting you.

– When necessary to comply with a legal obligation.

– For our legitimate business interests when they don’t interfere with your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms.

5. How we use your information

5.1. Personal Information

We may use your Personal Information for the following purposes:

– To respond to your inquiries and provide you with requested information or services.

– To send you promotional information if you have consented to receive it.

– To communicate with you about updates and promotions, if you have subscribed to our newsletter.

– To display your comment on our blog posts if you choose to leave one.

5.2. Non-personal information

Non-personal Information is used to analyse trends, administer the website, track user movements, and gather demographic information for aggregated use. This helps us improve our website, services, and user experience.

6. Cookies and similar technologies

We use cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies to collect Non-personal Information and better your browsing experience.

Cookies are small data files that are stored on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) when you visit a website. They have various purposes, from creating a smoother internet experience to remembering your preferences and helping us analyse the website so we can improve our services.

You can refuse cookies but note that certain website features may not function properly without them.

6.1. Essential cookies

They are needed for our website to function properly and help you navigate and use its features. Without these cookies, certain services or features may not work.

6.2. Performance cookies

They collect anonymous information about which pages are popular, how our visitors navigate the website, and any errors they encounter. This information allows us to improve our website’s performance and user experience.

6.3. Functionality cookies

They let our website remember changes you have made to text size, fonts, and other customisable elements of the website.

6.4. Advertising and marketing cookies

We may use advertising and marketing cookies to make our ads and content more relevant to you based on your interests and online behaviour. These cookies help us measure the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns and track the performance of advertisements.

6.5. Third-party cookies

We may allow third-party service providers, such as analytics and advertising partners, to place cookies on your device to collect information about your online activities. These third parties may use the information they gather to provide targeted advertising on other websites based on your interests.

7. User-generated content: blog and comments

You have the option to submit comments on our blog posts. Any information you provide in them, including your name and the content of the comments, may be publicly displayed on the website. We may moderate comments before or after approving them and they may be shown as long as the blog post is published unless otherwise required by law.

7.1. User consent

When you submit comments on our blog posts, you consent to the collection and processing of your Personal Information as described in this Privacy policy. If you provide any additional information in your comments, like your email address or website URL, you consent to its processing to display on our website.

8. Data retention

Complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other relevant regulations, we will retain your Personal Information for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected, including displaying your comments on our blog posts.

9. User rights under the GDPR

As a European Union or European Economic Area resident, you have the following rights under the GDPR:

– To access and obtain a copy of your Personal Information.

– To get information about where your Personal data has been collected from.

– To rectify any inaccurate or incomplete Personal Information we have about you.

– To erasure your Personal Information under certain circumstances (the ‘right to be forgotten’).

– To restrict the processing of your Personal Information under certain circumstances.

– To object to the processing of your Personal Information under certain circumstances.

– To obtain and reuse your Personal Information without our hindrance for other services (data portability).

To exercise any of these rights, contact us using the information in Section 2 of this Privacy policy.

10. International data transfers

If we transfer your Personal Information outside the EU, we will take appropriate measures to ensure an adequate level of protection, such as using standard contractual clauses or relying on an EU-U.S. Privacy Shield certification (if applicable).

Google Analytics collects all data from EU-based devices (based on IP-geo lookup) through domains and on servers based in the EU before forwarding traffic to Analytics servers for processing.

11. Data security

We have security measures to protect your Personal Information from unauthorised access, processing, alteration, disclosure, or destruction.

11.1. Cookies and tracking technologies

For more information about the types of cookies, tracking tools and technologies we use on our website, their purposes, and how you can manage your preferences, refer to Section 6 of this policy.

11.2. Data breach notification

Keep in mind that no data transmission over the Internet is 100% secure. In the event of a data breach that is likely to result in a high risk to your rights and freedoms, we will immediately notify you and the supervisory authority following the GDPR or other relevant regulations.

11.3. Right to lodge a complaint

If you believe that our processing of your Personal Information is in breach of regulation, contact us first using the information in Section 2 of this Privacy policy. If we can’t come to an agreement, you have the right to file a complaint with the relevant authorities in your area.

This list will help you find the EU representatives for your residence, place of work, or the location of the alleged GDPR infringement.

12. Changes to this policy

We may update our Privacy policy at any point, so we encourage you to review this page periodically. We will display any changes here with a revised “Effective date” at the top. Additionally, any significant updates will be shared via a blog post.