The administration of the site brokbridge.com (the Site) can not transfer or disclose the information provided by the user (further the User) when registering and using the site functions to third parties, except as described by the legislation of the country in which the user operates.
For communication on the site the user is obliged to make some personal information. To verify the information provided, the site reserves the right to require proof of identity in online or offline modes.
The site uses the User's personal information for service and to improve the quality of the services provided. Some of the personal information may be provided to the bank or the payment system, provided that the provision of this information is due to the procedure for transferring funds to the payment system whose services the User wishes to use. The website makes every effort to save the safety of the User's personal data. Personal information can be disclosed in cases described by law, or when the administration deems such actions necessary to comply with the legal procedure, judicial order or legal process necessary for the User's work with the Site. In other cases, under no circumstances, the information that the User transmits to the Site will not be disclosed to third parties.
After the User has left the data, he receives a message confirming his successful registration. The user has the right to stop receiving newsletters at any time by using the corresponding service in the Site.
The site may contain links to other sites. The site is not responsible for the content, quality and security policies of these sites. This privacy statement applies only to information posted directly on the site.
The site ensures the security of the User account from unauthorized access.
At Brokbridge, we recognize that the confidentiality and security of your data is of paramount importance to you, and rest assured that this is for us. In addition to complying with applicable EU laws and national laws on privacy and data protection, we have contributed to our commitment to the EU data protection regime by investing in hosting facilities in the EU. However, due to the nature of our global platform, personal data can be transmitted and processed in data facilities located outside the EEA. Brokbridge uses the standard contractual provisions of the European Commission (also known as "model provisions") as a legal method of transferring personal data outside the EEA. By including these generic proposals in our data processing supplement ("DPA"), both data controllers (our EU-based customers) and contract data processors are required to comply with certain technical and organizational guarantees regarding confidentiality and basic data rights (our End Users on based on the EU). Despite the fact that according to the European Commission's Data Protection Replacement Act 95/46 / EC, the data protection rule ("GDP") does not begin until May 25, 2018, Brokbridge has already initiated internal procedures to ensure that we are ready to meet increased requirements for the confidentiality of GDP.