Data privacy

This site uses ‘cookies’ and other means to monitor the activity of the site and to advertise the store and its products.

The Har Bracha Institute values your privacy, so prepare this privacy policy to let you know when information is stored, how it is processed and what is disclosed to other entities. Although the Har Bracha Institute is not an American body, the privacy policy is in line with the guidelines of the US Department of Export and also complies with the requirements of Israeli law and the European directive.

What identifying information do we keep about you? We store identifying information about you, including username, real name, physical address, e-mail address, phone number (s), unique end device ID (UDID, IMEI, ESN, MAC, etc.), IP address, credit card or Other means of payment, accounts on social networks or other services, and other information which will be provided to us from time to time.

What non-identifying information do we keep about you? We also store non-personally identifiable information based on your activities, such as: your approximate location, additional applications installed on your device, and additional information we receive from you, provided we inform you in detail of such collection or storage.

How do we process information about you? We will process the information that will pass through the service and use it according to your requests, we also create profiles that allow us to give you and other users better service, use the information cumulatively to display advertisements or content, share the partners or sites related to us to offer their services, When we may process the information in additional ways which we will notify you.

Do we keep cookies in service? A cookie is a file that is stored on your computer and allows the website to identify you or verify your identity. Yes, we store cookies when you use the service in order to identify you and allow you to connect to the service, we may also share with third parties and allow them to store cookies on your computer, and you should check their privacy policy,.

Who else has access to the information? We provide access to the information only to our employees, who are under a strict commitment to confidentiality, can access some of your personal information, we may allow third parties to access the information if it is related to us, as well as third parties that you have expressly allowed to pass this information.

How will we contact you? We may send mailings from time to time, may send you advertisements from time to time, may send advertisements on behalf of third parties, may send you relevant offers, and we may also contact you if we feel your account has been hacked or for service related reasons.

Can you change or delete the information? We respect your privacy and you can send us an email and ask us to remove your personal information or send you a copy of it, you can always close your account, feel free to contact us for any further questions.

How should you act if you feel your privacy has been violated? If you feel your privacy has been violated, you can always contact our Privacy Officer, by email or by ‘Contact Us’ form and file a complaint, our Privacy Officer will review the complaints within a reasonable time and send you the reply as soon as possible. The e-mail address of the privacy officer is:: .

This Privacy Policy was created automatically by the Privacy Policy Generator , All Rights Reserved 2013, Jonathan Klinger, Adv. This Privacy Policy is provided without any warranty as to its nature or suitability and does not constitute legal advice.


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