Cookie policy

Name of the company: Technological Investments Center LLC («ООО «Центр Технологических Инвестиций»»)

Location of the company: 2 Pobedy Str., Halch village, Vetkovsky district, Gomel region, Republic of Belarus.

Company mailing address: 3 Chekhova Str, Minsk, 220035, Republic of Belarus

UNP (Payer’s Identification Number) of the company: 491497109

(hereinafter — the Company)

Email: thegrbase@gmail.com

Company phones: +375 29 5323698

Company website: https://salary2.me/

Company application: teamconstructor.com

 

The company attaches great importance to digital security. Transparency is the main condition for creating trust with customers. In order to ensure such transparency, the Company presents a policy detailing how and when the Company uses cookies. This cookie policy applies to the Website, Application, and Company Services. This Cookie Policy complements our Privacy Policy. The terms and definitions used and capitalized in this Cookie Policy are the same as in the Privacy Policy.

1. What are cookies?

1.1. Cookies are small files with data that are downloaded to a computer, mobile phone, tablet or other devices used by the Client when visiting the Website, Application. The company uses cookies, web beacons, locally used objects (sometimes called “flashcookie”), mobile identifiers and similar technologies (hereinafter referred to as cookies). They make it possible for the Website, the Application to “remember” the actions of the Client as well as their preferences (such as login, language, font size and other settings displayed on the screen) and store them for a certain period of time. The Client will not have to re-enter this data each time the Client visits the Website and/or the Application, or switches between pages.

Cookies are stored in a web browser and allow the Company or a third party to recognize the Client. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. A cookie usually includes the name of the domain from which it was obtained, the “lifetime” of the cookie, and a randomly generated unique number or other value.

2. When does the company save cookies in the browser?

2.1. The Company uses cookies on the Website and/or in the Application. When browsing the Website, Applications, any browser receives cookies from the Company. In addition, cookies are stored in the browser when visiting third-party websites containing plugins or Company tags.

3. What types of cookies do we use?

3.1. The company uses both session cookies and persistent cookies.

3.2. Session cookies are necessary to identify a specific visit to the Website, Company Application. These cookies are stored for a short time or until the web browser is closed after using the Website, Application. The Company uses session cookies to identify the Client during one browsing session, for example, when entering the Website, or the Application.

Persistent cookies are stored on the Client’s devices for a certain period of time specified in the cookie. The company uses persistent cookies to identify the Client for a longer period of time. For example, the Company uses persistent cookies if the Customer has indicated that he/she wants to remain in the system.

3.3. In addition, cookies that the Company places on the Client’s device may also be:

  • Strictly necessary cookies: these are cookies that are necessary for the Client to be able to navigate the Website, the Application and use them. Without these cookies, the use of the Website, the Application is not possible.
  • Effective cookies: these are the cookies that collect information about how the Client uses the Website, the Application, for example, which pages the Client visits most often. These cookies do not collect information about the Client, which allows to establish the data subject. All information collected by these cookies is aggregate and anonymous and is used only to improve the operation of the Website, the Application.
  • Functional cookies: These cookies allow the Website, the Application to “remember” the options chosen by the Client (for example, username, language, last action and search parameters) and provide advanced, more personal functions.

3.4. Categories of use and description:

3.4.1 Authentication. When the Client enters the Website, the Application cookies help the Company display relevant information and personalize work with the Company.

3.4.2 Security. The Company uses cookies to operate and support security features, as well as to detect malicious actions and/or unwanted activity.

3.4.3. Settings, functions and services. Cookies inform the Company about the language preferred by the Client and the message settings. In addition, cookies provide functionality, statistics and personalized content using plugins.

3.4.4. Advertising. Cookies may be used to display relevant advertising both on the Website, the Application, and beyond. They can also be used to obtain data on whether the Client who viewed the advertisement visited the advertiser’s website and performed any action there (for example, downloaded an information document or made a purchase). Similarly, the Company’s partners can use cookies to make sure that the advertisement has been shown, evaluate its effectiveness, and provide the Company with information about the interaction of its Clients. Together with partners, the Company may also show advertisements to the Client both on the Website itself, the Application, and beyond, for example, when the Customer visited the website or used the partners application.

3.4.5 Performance, analytics and research. Cookies help the Company understand how well the Website, the Application and the Company plugins work in different regions. The Company also uses cookies in order to understand, study and improve the Company’s Services.

4. Legal grounds

4.1. Consent of the Client. In most cases, the Company will require Customer’s consent to the use of cookies on this Website, the Application, for example, when the Company uses cookies to “remember” the Customer’s choice or to conduct an analysis.

Cookies are set based on the consent of the Client in the following categories of interests:

— settings, functions and services;

— performance, analytics and research;

— advertising.

4.2. Legitimate interests. Consent of the Customer to the use of cookies, if the Company has a legitimate interest, for example, to ensure the technical functionality of the Website, the Application.

Cookies are set on the basis of the legitimate interests of the Company in the following categories of interests:

— authentication;

— security;

— performance, analytics and research.

4.3. If the data obtained as a result of the placement of cookies on the Client’s device is aggregated or anonymized, and therefore it cannot reasonably be correlated with an identified or identifiable data subject, the Company has the right to use such data for any commercial purposes.

5. Which exterior cookies does the Company use?

The file table lists some of the exterior cookies that are used on the Website, in the Application. Please note that the names of cookies, single-pixel images, and other technologies may change over time.

Domain Cookie name Categories of use and description Expiration date Refuse
Third Party __ga Used by Google Analytics to track user activity in various browsing sessions. 2 years Disable Google Analytics Google Ads Settings (https://tools.google.com/dlpage / gaoptout)

6. What is the “Do Not Track” feature (DoNotTrack, DNT)?

6.1.Tracking Prohibition is a concept proposed by government agencies, such as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), for companies operating in the Internet industry. Such companies were asked to develop and implement a mechanism that allows Internet users to monitor the tracking of their actions when working with websites using browser settings. The World Wide Web Consortium is developing the DNT standard in collaboration with industry groups, browser developers, technology companies and regulatory authorities. Despite some progress, development is still progressing slowly. The standard has not yet been adopted. In this regard, the Company does not respond to “do not track” signals.

7. Consent to the use of cookies

7.1. Customer agrees to the processing of cookies and accepts this Cookie Policy in the following ways:

  • in the case of cookie identifiers, by ticking the box and then clicking the “I accept” button in the cookie pop-up window;
  • in the case of other cookies (that is, which cannot identify the Client) – simply by using the Website and/or the Application.

7.2. By accepting this Cookie Policy, the Client provides the Company with voluntary, explicit and unambiguous confirmation of his informed and clear consent to the collection and processing of cookies of the Client by a third party and the Company, as described in this Cookie Policy.

8. What to do if you want to disable the storage of cookies or delete them?

8.1. If the Client does not like the use of cookies, or the Client wants to disable the storage of certain types of cookies, the Client can change his/her browser settings and delete existing cookies or prohibit the setting of new cookies. Browser manufacturers offer help articles on managing cookies in their products. Additional information is provided at the following links:

In order to configure other browsers, refer to the documentation provided by the manufacturer of the specific browser. The client can also refer to the documentation for the mobile device for information on how to disable cookies on his/her mobile device.

Please note that if the Client deletes cookies or prohibits their use, then there is a chance that the Client will not be able to use all the functions of the Website, the Application and will not be able to save the settings. In addition, some pages may not be displayed correctly.

9. Where can I find more information about the cookies?

9.1. The Client can learn more about cookies on the following third-party websites:

  • https://wikipedia.org
  • https://allaboutcookies.org
  • https://aboutcookies.org
  • https://www.networkadvertising.org
  • https://www.usa.gov/optout-instructions
  • https://www.gov.uk/help/cookies.

9.2 Useful information:

9.2.1. New technologies, such as https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-turn-do-not-track-feature from Mozilla, allow websites to be instructed to do not track the Client.

9.2.2. Internet Explorer has a function https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/products/internet-explorer, which allows you to import a list of websites that the Client wants to block.

9.2.3. In order to find out which of the most common third-party advertising companies placed a cookie on the Client’s device for the purpose of behavioral advertising, and also to enable or disable these cookies: https://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices 

https://youradchoices.com/control

9.2.4. In order to stop using Google Analytics for all websites: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

9.2.5. In order to opt out of advertising cookies from Google advertising services: https: //www.google.com/settings/ads

10. Privacy policy update

10.1. As the Company introduces new services, as well as the development of Internet technologies and computer security, or at its sole discretion, the Company has the right to update this Cookie Policy by making changes and additions at any time. Changes and additions to this Cookie Policy will be published on the Company’s website or otherwise sent to the Client in order to provide the Client with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the amendments and additions before they enter into force. If the Client does not agree with any changes and additions thereto, the Client has the right to close his/her account and (or) stop using, visiting the Website, the Application, email, use the Services.

10.2. The Client acknowledges that he/she is responsible for maintaining a valid email address and the Client is obliged to periodically visit the Website, the Company’s Application in order to track changes and (or) additions to it. Continued use of the Website, the Application, or email of the Company means the Customer agrees to the changes and additions to the Cookie Policy from the date of their entry into force.

11. Our contact details

11.1. Email: contact@salary2.me

Address: 3 Chekhova Str, Minsk, 220035, Republic of Belarus

12. Effective Date of the Cookie Policy

12.1 This cookie policy comes into force on 21.04.2020.