Terms of Service Agreement

Cryptolydian strives to ensure that the information provided on its website is correct and up to date. However, it does not bear the responsibility for the content of any other website linked to through cryptolydian.com. The user should take into account that he takes the risk of accessing third-party content.

Cryptolydian shall not be held liable for any loss caused by reliance on the materials provided on this website.

Despite the nature of the information contained on this website, users should not consider Cryptolydian as a financial reference. In addition, they should not rely on the opinions of editors, analysts and other contributors as financial advice. In case of needing any advice in this regard, Cryptolydian recommends you to contact a qualified professional in the industry.

None of the materials posted on this Website should be taken as investment advice. They are only for informational purposes only.

By accessing Cryptolydian website, you accept the policies stated in this Agreement. You also agree to defend against Cryptolydian, its affiliates, directors, employees, and third party service providers and hold them harmless from any claims, damages, losses, and any other liabilities, including attorneys’ fees, which arise from your use of Cryptolydian website, as well as your violation of this Agreement or the rights of third parties.

You agree to hold Cryptolydian, its affiliates, third-party service providers, as well as its officers, employees, agents harmless against any actual and consequential claims and damages, whether, known or unknown, disclosed or undisclosed, which may arise from use of Cryptolydian.

The Company shall not be responsible for any direct, indirect, punitive reliance, or exemplary damages, arising from this Agreement or Your use of Cryptolydian, including but not limited to damages for loss of profits, goodwill, use or data. This limitation shall not be impacted even if the Company is advised of such potential damages.

Any dispute that may arise between you and Cryptolydian as regards this Agreement shall be governed by the Laws of UK and London as regards to its conflict of Laws Provisions.

Privacy Policy

Effective Date: 27 December 2019

We at Cryptolydian (“we”, “us”, “Website” or “Cryptolydian”) keep your privacy. This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) applies to the customer’s personal information (“information”) we obtain through our website, as well as our web browser extension “Cryptolydian– Blockchain&Ethereum News” or any other source to which this Policy is linked.

The Policy addresses the types of information Cryptolydian obtains about the visitors of its website(“You” or “Your”) and how it uses such information. It also describes the measures Cryptolydian takes to maintain the privacy of information.

Cryptolydian shall be the data controller that is responsible for any personal data it processes, as per the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 and any other implementing legislation (the “GDPR”).

1- The types of information obtained:

1.1 Personal Information:

1.1 (a) Cryptolydian may obtain your personal information from the following sources:
i)Directly from you(through the website or online forms);
ii) Service providers or third parties that help Cryptolydian in providing you with a service;

iii) Your social network accounts you used to log in to our online platform.

1.1 (b) You may voluntarily provide us with your personal information. When you use the website, you expressly allow us to use of your personal information as per this Policy. If you provide us with your personal information, you agree that such information may be transferred to the servers of the website and those of authorized third parties as per the applicable laws.

1.2 (c) We may collect the following personal data of our existing or potential visitors:
а) Contact information;
b) IP address and mobile device identification numbers such as device ID, advertising ID and MAC address);
c) Advice data such asoperating system, browser type, language and manufacturer;
d) Broad location data;
e) Geolocation data ;
f) Data collected with cookies and similar technologies
g) Data receivedin case of linking a third party tool with the service such as Facebook, Google or Vkontakte;
h) Advertising and analytic data

i) Your messages to the Services such as any feedback you submitted about your experience;

j) Information on the use of our website such as online transactions, pages visited, geographical location, and time spent on the website;
k) Preferences related to online marketing;

l) Other data you decide to provide us.

1.2 Non-personal Information:

1.2 (a) When you visit our website, our system obtains information related to the access to our website through automated means, such as JavaScript, web server logs and other technologies.

1.3 Additional Information:

1.3 (a) We may obtain information about legal entities that visit our website, through their representatives.

1.3 (b) We may obtain information about the website of the legal entity, as well as its name, contact information and business e-mails.

1.4. We may use our browser extension to obtain the information stated in this Policy. The browser extension can only access the information that you have given permission to access. We may not track your browsing history.

2. Collection of information

2.1 We may collect your personal information such as your name and email only if you submit such information to us. You may refuse to provide us with such information. We may also collect non-personal information about you whenever you access our website.

3. Use of information

3.1. We use non-personal information for the following purposes:

(a) Calculating the total number of our website visitors, and which parts of the website are most popular;

(b) Preventing you from seeing unnecessary ads or re-entering the website more than is necessary;

(b) Improving the content of our website and customizing the content and page layout;

(c) Providing you with the information you request from the website, such as an article, news, review, analysis etc.

3.2. We may use your personal information in providing you with newsletters, feedback and interactive forms via email. If yousupply us with your email address, you may periodically receive promotional emails and information as regards special offers or services. You may also receive administrative notices via email regarding the operation of the website. You may withdraw your consent to receive advertising emails at any time through sending a notice to Cryptolydianor through pressing the“unsubscribe button” in any email from Cryptolydian.

3.3. We may share your information with the following types of third parties:
a)software providers who host the relevant personal data on our behalf;

b) technical support providers who assist us;

c) providers who help us make reviews on our services;

d) professional advisers such as accountants, lawyers, auditors, tax advisors and insurance brokers;
e) our advertising agencies that carryout our marketing campaigns on our behalf; and/or
f) service providers that help us provide our services.


3.4 We may share your data with law enforcement or government bodies.
We may disclose your personal information as per applicable laws to investigate, prevent or take action against any suspected fraud, situations involving violations of our intellectual property rights or agreements.

4. Cookies

4.1. Cookies are small, usually randomly encoded, text files that may include an anonymous unique identifier. Such files are sent to your browser from the Website and stored on your computer.

4.2 We use the cookies to collect information about you and count visits. This helps us to gather feedback in order to improve our website constantly. We do not use the cookies in gathering any personal information about you. Generally, we do not store any personal information you provided to us through cookies.

4.3 You can control or delete all cookies that are already on your computer. Moreover, you can set your browser to prevent cookies from being stored. However, if you do this, functions of our website may not work.

5. Retention of data

5.1 We will keep your information as long as it is needed to provide you with services, or as required by the Law. We will also keep and use your information to comply with our legal obligations (as necessary), enforce our agreements and resolve disputes.

5.2 By contacting us at [email protected], you can get confirmation whether your personal data is being processed or not.

5.3 You may access and export your information any time through sending a request to [email protected].

 6. Privacy complaints

6.1 Our processing of your information is subject to the EU General Data Protection Regulation. You may object to our use of your data for marketing purposes through clicking the special button and opting out from receiving all emails. You may also object to processing through sending an email via [email protected].

6.2 Since we take your privacy seriously, if you believe that we have violated this Privacy Policy as regards your information, you may contact our Data Protection Office at [email protected]. You should provide more details about the ways in which you believe that the Privacy Policy has been violated. We will check your complaint immediately and reply to your email within 30 days.

7. Protection of yourpersonal information

7.1 Appropriate security measures are applied to protect your data from being used, accessed, lost, altered or disclosed in an unauthorised way. Moreover, accessing to your data shall be limited to employees, agents, contractors and other third parties. They will also process your information with confidentiality in accordance with our instructions.

7.2 Certain procedures are put into effect to deal with any suspected data breach. In case of any breach, you and the competent regulator shall be notified (when necessary).

7.3 We maintain administrative, technical and physical safeguards to protect your personal information against unlawful or unauthorized use, access, disclosure, loss or alteration.

8. Period of retaining your personal data

8.1 We will retain your personal dataas long as it is necessary for the purposes for which it is collected as regards your requests via our website or your use of our website.

9. Third-party links

9.1 We may, at our own discretion, add or offer third-party products or services on the website. Thethird-party providers have independent privacy policies. Therefore, we are not responsible for the content and activities of these linked services. However, we aim to safeguard the integrity of our website and welcome any feedback about these services.

10. Analytics

10.1 To determine the number of our website visits and better understand the areas of interest to our visitors, we have relationships with web analytics companies that gather such information for us. For more information, please read the privacy policies of the web analytics company we use: Google Inc. http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacy.html

11. Changes to the Privacy Policy

11.1 This Privacy Policy may be updated periodically without prior notice to you. However, we will notify you of significant changes through posting a prominent privacy policy on our website, indicating when it was updated at the top part.

12. Children

12.1 We do not aim to request or collect personal data from anyone under the age of 16 or under the legal age of his country, if it is higher. In case of being under 16 or are not of a legal age of your country, you shall not provide personal data on this Website.

13. Your rights

13.1. You may obtain information from us on how we handle your personal data. You may also request to see copies of the personal data held by us, as well as amending or deleting them. In addition, you can limit or object to the processing of your data, but you should take into consideration that we do not carry out any decision-making based solely on automated processing, including profiling.
You can also withdraw your consent as regards using your data at any time. However, you should take into account that, despite withdrawing your consent, we can still rely on the consent you previously gave us to continue with the processing of your personal data.

You can object to our use of your personal data where we stated we rely on our legitimate business interests to do so.

13.2 If you request to withdraw your consent as regards the use or processing of your information or even request to withdraw your personal data, please email us via [email protected]. We will reply to your email within 30 days.

14. Law and harm

14.1 Regardless of anything that may contradict this Policy, Cryptolydian may preserve or disclose your information if it believes that such information is necessary to abide to a law, regulations, or a governmental request. This is aimed to protect any person from any fraud, security or technical issues, as well as protecting Cryptolydian or its visitors’ rights or property.

14.2. We may share your personal information with law enforcement and data protection authorities, as well as government officials when we are legally requested to do so. We aim to protect the safety of Cryptolydian and its visitors.

15. Contacting Us

15.1 If you have any inquiry about this document, our activities, or your dealings with us, please contact us at [email protected].

16. Transfer of personal information outside the EU/European Economic Area (EEA)

We share your personal information with our affiliates inside and outside the EU. Transfer with Cryptolydian affiliates outside the EEA is subject to the EU Commission-approved Standard Contractual Clauses for Controllers and, where relevant, for Processors.


Cryptolydian also shares personal information with external suppliers or service providers that deliver services or functions under its instructions. However, we ensure that such EU-located parties comply with the EU data protection rules. Cryptolydian also ensures in its contracts with these parties that they only process personal information as per Cryptolydian’s rules.

Cryptolydian may disclose your personal information to its consultants,advisers,law enforcement and other public authorities such as tax and social security bodies, as well as the police, prosecutors, courts and tribunals. All these parties shall comply with the EU data protection rules.

Disclaimer

Cryptolydian services are provided on “as is” basis without any warranty whatsoever. Cryptolydian, its affiliates and third party service providers disclaim all warranties, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of fitness or merchantability, and non-infringement of proprietary rights, or any other conditions, guarantees or representations. You shall only be responsible for any damage to your computer or mobile phone, or loss of your user content.

All information you submit to Cryptolydian remains your responsibility. We shall not be liable for any of your user content or actions that infringe the Law or the rights of third parties whatsoever.

We aim to serve your and community interests. Thus, if you have an issue or dispute, you accept to resolve it with us informally.

You can send us your feedback and concerns at [email protected]n.com.

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