In order to register on the Platform and identify yourself, we will request your email. To create your profile on the Platform you may include personal information such as your country or city of residence, a photograph, first and last names, education, work experience, and any other additional information you might want to share in your profile. The profile information helps you make the most out of our Services, like helping other professionals find you and finding business opportunities or projects you might be interested in. When you visit or use our Services, We register data such as frequency of use, date and time Services were accessed, when you see or click a specific content, your content preferences. We use information when you log in, when you read our emails, and Internet protocol (“IP”) addresses to identify you and register your use in the Platform. We do not make decisions based on profiles, beyond personalization of advertisement and for the purpose of the legitimate prevention of Internet fraud. We obtain information through other platforms, for example, when you register via Facebook or similar technologies. This might include personal texts or images available in an external website.
Reality-BIT as the Party Responsible of Data Handling, will handle your personal data for the following purposes:
As the Party Responsible for Data Handling, we are committed to respecting the confidential nature of your personal data and guaranteeing the full exercise of these rights. At all times, you will have the following rights:
In order to exercise these rights, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your (i) identity, by sharing your full name and email address used to register or make a purchase, an ID to establish your identity, and (ii) the right or rights you’re exercising. You may also visit the agency overseeing the protection of data in your country to file a claim or request the protection of your rights if deemed necessary. The exercise of such rights is free, except when requests are deliberately unfounded or excessive, in which case the individual will be required to bear the processing costs.