Last modification on 26/04/2018
Collection and use of information
We rely on separate principles to collect and use your information legally.
Account Information: When you create an account (an "Account"), we will ask you for certain information such as your name, your first name, your password, your age and your e-mail address ("Account Information") so to be able to provide you with the Services. We use your age to verify that you are of legal age to use the Services. We use your email address to verify your Account and contact you, as described in more detail below.
E-mail communications with us: As part of the Services, you may receive from time to time e-mails and other communications from us. Administrative communications about your Account (for example, for account recovery or password reset purposes) are part of the Services and your Account, so you can not disable them and choose not to receive them again. . We can also send you other kinds of emails, which you can choose to disable from your Account Settings page or by using the "If you want to unsubscribe from our newsletter, click here" link in the e-mails. mails. Note that we will never send you an e-mail asking for your password or other Account Information. If you receive this type of email, please forward it to us.
We send two types of e-mails: e-mails about business transactions and e-mails containing important information about your account. You can disable the first, but not the second.
Information about the use of the Services: We collect information about how people use the Services, including those who have an Account. This kind of information can be collected in our log files each time you interact with the Services (that is, when you query the Services). We use internal tools as well as third-party applications and services (such as Google Analytics) to collect and analyze this information. Some of this information may also be associated with the Internet Protocol ("IP Address") address used to access the Services. Some may be associated with your Account and others may be collected and used only in aggregated form (ie as a statistical data that would not identify you or identify your Account). We may use information about how you or others interact with the Services for different reasons and generally to optimize, enhance and protect the Services, as well as to develop new Services, including, without limitation, for the purpose of: identifying trendy or popular content; fight spam, malware and identity theft, and more generally ensure the security of our users and our community.
We use information about your interaction with the Jerem platform to personalize it for you, to keep you and your community safe, and to improve Jerem for everyone who uses it.
Information about your internet browser: We automatically receive and store information from your web browser when you interact with the Services, such as the name and version of your browser, the type of device you are using, your system of operation and its version, your language settings, the website or service that has redirected you to the Services, the date and time of each request you send to our Services, the information relating to the display of your screen, as well as information from cookies that we have placed on your internet browser (under the conditions described below). We use information about your internet browser to provide, secure, optimize and improve the Services.
Being able to sign in to your account is one of Jerem's many great features. These are the cookies that make this possible. Cookies and web beacons also allow us to learn more about how people use Jerem, which in turn helps us provide you with better service.
With whom your information is shared
We never share your information that we receive about you.
Security and conservation of your information
The protection of our systems and the information of our users is fundamental to ensure that Jerem users enjoy a secure experience and to maintain the trust of our users.
Your Account information is password protected for privacy and security reasons. In the future, we will be able to enable additional security features, such as multi-factor authentication. You must prevent unauthorized access to your Account and your information by creating a unique, secure and protected password, and by restricting access to your computer and browser by logging out when you stop using your Account. on the Services.
It's really important that you have a unique password for all your Internet accounts, including your Jerem account. If you have trouble remembering your passwords, consider using services such as 1Password or LastPass.
Information you can access
If you are a registered user, you can access most of the information associated with your Account by logging into the Services and visiting the Account Settings page. Registered and non-registered users can access and delete cookies through the settings of their internet browser.
Deleting your Account and Consequences of Deleting Your Account
If you wish to delete your Account, you may do so by accessing the Account Settings page or by sending us an e-mail and providing proof that you are the Account Owner. Evidence that you are the "Account Owner" may vary depending on the circumstances, but generally you must provide us with sufficient credentials so that we can be sure that you are the Account Owner.
If you ever decide to leave us, you are free to delete your account at any time and for any reason. The removal will be effective immediately, but it may take some time before everything should be completely removed from our archives and backups.
Rights and means of control over confidentiality in the European Union
If you usually live in the European Union, Jerem is responsible for processing your information. In accordance with European regulations, you have a number of rights and choices regarding the use of your information.
Access and porting: As described in the section "Information you can access", you can access most of your information by logging into your Jerem account. In cases where required by law, we may provide this information in an easily accessible format and assist you in transferring some of this information to third parties.
Rectification, deletion: You can also correct or delete most of your information by logging into your Jerem account. If you do not succeed, contact us. To learn more about deleting your account or quitting Jerem, see "Deleting Your Account".
Withdrawal of your consent: You have the right to withdraw at any time your consent to the processing of your information and your use of our Services. In the same way that you can give your consent by interacting with our Services. You may decide to delete your Jerem account as described above.
Complaints: Without prejudice to any other rights you may have, you also have the right to file a claim with the supervisory authority of your country. Click here to find your local control authority.
Where to send your questions
If you have questions or concerns related to the protection of your privacy as part of your use of the Services, contact us by clicking.