Confidentiality policy

1. Contact
This website is being operated by C.H. Beck publishing house, a romanian company wich can be contacted at: 2nd Sergeant Nuţu Ion Str., 5th district, Bucharest, Romania.

2. General information
For any question about the terms used below or about any other issue on how we understand to guard the confidentiality of your information, please contact us at the following e-mail:

3. Type of information collected
Judicial Courier collects information from its users in the following ways: directly from the user, from the traffic reports provided by the servers that host the website and through cookies.
Information provided directly by user. When you subscribe to a service provided by Judicial Courier, we ask for your name, e-mail address and other personal information.
Traffic information from the report server. When you visit a website, you disclose certain information as the IP address, time of visit, from where you entered our site. Judicial Courier, like other operators, records this information.
Cookies. For a personalized service, Judicial Courier may use cookies to facilitate storing and tracking your preferences. For example, we use cookies to identify you and provide you with information and services based on the preferences you’ve expressed in your previous visits. Also, online advertising networks may use cookies to adjust advertisements based on your preferences. Cookies are “.txt”  type files inserted in your browser by a web server and then stored on your computer’s hard drive. Using cookies is now standard for many major sites. Most browsers are set to accept cookies. But if you prefer it, you can set your browser either to notify you whenever you receive a cookie, or even refuse to accept cookies altogether. With that in mind, it must be said that some sections of the website will not be viewed normally if you set your browser to reject cookies.

Also, whenever you voluntarily disclose personal information in the online communication environment, they can be easily collected and used by unauthorized persons. You are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your information (passwords, usernames etc.). While efforts are being made to protect your personal information, Judicial Courier can not ensure or guarantee the security of any information you transmit to the website, thus, transmitting information in an inappropriate environment is at your own risk.

4. How and when the information is used
Judicial Courier uses information collected from you in several ways, depending on the type of information:
Information provided directly by the user: this type of information is used only for personalizing services and verifying your identity for any contract between you and our society from the use of online purchasing services developed by us;
Traffic information gathered by the server: this type of information helps us identify which parts of our site are of interest to users. Judicial Courier also collects IP addresses from its users in order to safely manage our computer system, to avoid criminal activities and, not least, for sending anonymous user communication patterns to our advertisers;
Information collected through cookies: Judicial Courier uses cookies to allow you the optimal use of our services and to obtain statistical information that allows us to improve them.

5. How we protect your information
The confidentiality and protection of the information collected from you is critical.
Judicial Courier does not provide third parties with the information collected without your express and previous consent. Any statistics on users traffic we submit to advertisers or to third network partner sites is provided only as a set of data and does not include any identifiable information about a given individual user.

Your access to the information and services within the site is protected by a password. We recommend that you do not disclose this password to anyone.  C.H. Beck publishing house will not ever ask for your account password with unsolicited messages or phone calls. Moreover, if possible, you must remember to log off/sign out from your account at the end of each browsing session. We also recommend that you close the browser window you have worked in at the end of navigation trough the website.

Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed 100%. Therefore, despite our best efforts to protect your personal information, C.H. Beck publishing house can not ensure or warrant the security of the information transmitted by you to us or to and from our services, but we guarantee that we will make every effort possible to ensure their security within our systems, security standards imposed by Romanian legislation in force.

6. Who has access to the information collected
Notwithstanding the foregoing cases, Judicial Courier will not disclose any personally identifiable information about its users to third parties without first receiving your consent.
At the same time, however, Judicial Courier can reveal personally identifiable information when the law expressly demands it or when this is necessary to protect the rights and interests of the journal.
Whenever a service is provided in partnership with another site, you will be informed about it. In order to provide you with high standard services it may be necessary to share your personal information with a copartener site or service. If you do not want these information to be shared, you can proceed accordingly by not transferring to that specific service. However, if you choose to accept the sharing of data, you must understand that the partner service providers can have separate confidentiality policies on data collection. Judicial Courier has no control and can not guarantee all the legal issues involving the use of such independent confidentiality policies.

7. How can we correct errors in the information collected
If you create an account on the website, an e-mail confirmation will be sent to you, providing you with your new account information. The confirmation message will be sent to the e-mail address you provided and will contain data on how you can change or delete the account you just created. We advise that you keep this e-mail confirmation, especially since it contains information that can be useful when problems occur.

8. Sharing information with third parties
Judicial Courier may use the services of advertising companies to sett our advertising targets and to run advertising campaigns and other specific marketing messages. For this, the companies may collect anonymous data through cookies.

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