Database Definitions Document According to article 2 of the Privacy Protection Regulations (Data Security), 5777 – 2017:
Use of Data
Submitting Personal Information to Third Parties
You hereby consent that the transfer of information as described above can be done to third parties out of Israel, even if the country to which and/or where the information is stored promises a lesser degree of security than the degree provided by the Israeli law.
The Society may use “Cookies”, including gathering statistical data about the use of the Applications and verify details in order to adapt the Applications to your personal preferences and for purposes of information security. Cookies are text files that your browser creates by an order received from the Society’s computers. Some of the cookies expire when the browser is closed and others are being stored on your hard drive. The cookies contain a variety of details, such as the pages you visited, how long you stayed there, pages you came from, sections, information you want to see when you open the Applications and more. If you wish to refrain from getting cookies, you can do so by changing the settings of your browser. If you don’t know how to do that, check the help file of your browser.
The Society operates up-to-date systems and procedures to secure information in its Applications. While these systems and procedures reduce the risks of unauthorized access, they do not provide absolute security. Therefore, the Society does not guarantee that its services and applications are completely immune against unlawful access to the information stored in them. By using and purchasing the Applications you declare that you’ll have no complaint and/or requirement and/or claim against the Society and/or anyone on its behalf because of hackings, intrusions, malfunctions, disruptions and/or because of unlawful use of the Applications and/or the information, provided that the above was not under the control of the Society and that it took reasonable measures to prevent it.
The Right to Review the Information
According to the Protection of Privacy Law 5741 – 1981 (“Protection of Privacy Law”), you have the right to review your personal information which is stored in the Society’s database. If when reviewing this information you find it’s not true, complete, clear, or updated, you have the right, according to the law in force, to ask the Society to amend or delete the information by an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If the information in the Society’s databases is used to personally contact you, you may, by the Protection of Privacy Law, require in writing that the information regarding you be erased from the database. Erasing information per your request may cancel the possibility to perform various activities and to prevent use of a part and/or all the Applications.
The Right to Apply to the Privacy Protection Authority
In case you believe we have breached your privacy according to the Protection of Privacy Law, you may, at any time, apply to the Privacy Protection Authority, which is the Israeli entity authorized to implement the Protection of Privacy Law and its regulations. For your convenience, this is the link to the Complaints and Public Applications page of the Privacy Protection Authority: https://www.gov.il/he/Departments/General/public_inquiries_ilita
This document is updated as of the 1st of July, 2019. The Society clarifies hereby that this document may change from time to time, by its sole discretion, because of technological, organizational or various security incidents, as well as because of additions of contents and new services which may also affect the policy. Therefore, the Society recommends repeatedly reviewing the policy document. In cases where material changes are made to the policy, dealing with personal information you’ve provided, it will be published on the Applications’ home page.