Last Revised: June 11, 2012
More I.T Resources Ltd. and its affiliates (“Company” or “we”) respect the privacy of its users (“User” or “you”) and are committed to protecting Users’ information. We believe that you have a right to know our practices regarding the information we may collect and use when you purchase, download for free, use or maintain (the "Service") our state-of-art Virtual Resource Partitioning software solution, be it MoreDB Lite, MoreDB Pro, MoreDB Analytics, MoreVRP Standard Edition, or MoreVRP Enterprise Edition (the “Product/s”) available at www.morevrp.com (the “Site”).
1. Your consent (important, please read carefully!)
Please note: if you disagree to any term provided herein, YOU MAY NOT AND SHOULD NOT ACCESS OR USE THE SITE OR THE SERVICE.
2. Which information we may collect on our Users?
We collect two types of data and information:
2.1 Non-Personal Information. The first type is non-identifiable and anonymous information. To put it simply, we have no idea what the identity of the User from which we have collected the Non-Personal Information is. The Non-Personal Information which we gather consists of technical information and behavioral information, as detailed below:
2.2 Personal Information. The other type of information we may collect is individually identifiable information. To put it simply, this information may identify an individual and/or is of a private and/or sensitive nature such as text inserted to the Site, your name, email address, address, etc. Personal Information which is gathered consists of any personal details provided by User during a purchase or free download of a Product through the Site.
2.2.1 Registration to the Site. By registering for download of our Lite version, you will not have to provide us with any Personal Information, however you will have to provide us with certain Personal Information during the registration process for the use of the Site (both the regular and classic versions). Such information includes your name, email address, company name, and contact telephone number.
2.2.2 Registration to the Site through Facebook and/or Linkedin. You may also register to use our Service through your Facebook and/or Linkedin account. If you choose to register through either of these media sites, during the registration we will collect the information on you which Facebook and Linkedin provides, as applicable, and as detailed below.
Please note: Publishers which use Single Sign-On mechanisms may share with us certain information about you such as your name, nickname, profile picture file or URL, and contact details. Such information is shared with us for your convenience, in order to enable you to access the Service after signing-in the through the publisher’s website, relieving you of the need to register to the Service separately.
2.2.3 Information from Facebook and Linkedin: When you connect to the Service through Facebook and/or Linkedin for the first time, you will be asked to permit Facebook and/or Linkedin to share with the Service the following information about you:
2.2.4 Payment information. The Company collects information that is necessary only to process a purchase. All purchases are processed through PayPal. All account information collected in connection with your payment information and Paypal account is stored on PayPal’s secure site and is not available to the Company, other than shipping and email information. PayPal requests information from you on our order form. To purchase a product from the Site, you must provide contact information (like name and shipping address) and financial information (like credit card number, expiration date). This information is used by PayPal for billing purposes. If they have trouble processing an order, they will use this information to contact you by email.
3. How do we collect information on our Users?
There are two main methods we use:
4. What are the purposes of the collection of information?
5. Sharing Personal Information with Third Parties
We share Personal Information only in the following cases:
6. Direct Marketing & Advertising
6.1 Direct Marketing: You hereby agree that we shall use your contact details for the purpose of informing you regarding products and services (offered by the Company and/or by third parties) which may interest you and to send to you advertisements and other marketing material, transmitted to the e-mail address you have provided.
The foregoing consent constitutes consent to transmission of advertisements pursuant to the Telecommunication Law (Bezeq and Transmissions) (Amendment No. 40), 2008. You may withdraw your consent via written notice to the Company or on the same manner as the advertising was transmitted to you.
It is clarified that we are not responsible for the content of said advertisements and the products delivered or services rendered thereby by third parties and you irrevocably and unconditionally agree that shall not be held responsible or liable in connection thereof.
7. Cookies & Local Storage
When you access or use the Service, Company may use industry-wide technologies such as "cookies" and Flash (or similar technologies), which stores certain information on your computer ("Local Storage") and which will allow us to enable automatic activation of certain features, and make your Service experience much more convenient and effortless. The cookies used by the Service are created per session, does not include any information about you, other than your session key and are removed as your session ends. It is easy to prohibit the Local Storage. Most browsers will allow you to erase cookies from your computer's hard drive, block acceptance of cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored. In order to erase or disable the Local Storage option in Flash you should use the settings option of Flash according to the specific instructions provided by the technology provider. However, if you block or erase cookies, or change the settings of Flash, your online experience may be limited.
We also may use certain third-party cookies (e.g. Google analytics, or Google Marketing). These are a different kind of cookies, stored on your computer by third parties, rather than by the Company. This kind of cookie is read (and not altered by the Service) each time you visit the Service, and also when you visit other websites or applications including those which use similar cookies. Third-party cookies usually store Non-personal Information, such as the web pages you have visited, the duration of your browsing, etc.
We take great care in maintaining the security of the Service and your information and in preventing unauthorized access to it through industry standard technologies and internal procedures, including through the use of encryption mechanisms. However, we do not guarantee that unauthorized access will never occur.
By creating your own password you protect your information as well, and we recommend that you create a high standard security password.
9. Third Party Websites
10. Third Party Software/Service
12. Got any Questions?