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Consent to personal data processing
In compliance with the Russian Federal Law on Personal Data No. 152-FZ of July 27, 2006, acting by your own will and in your own interests when using the website http://scholaemundi.org (hereinafter the ‘Website’) you provide the Scholae Mundi Charity Foundation (hereinafter the ‘Foundation’, registered at Premise IV (part), Floor 2, Bld. 2, House 4, Romanov Lane, Moscow, 125009, Russia) with your consent to automated processing of your personal data.
For the purposes of this agreement, the personal data means:
For the purpose of this agreement, personal data processing means that the data will be collected, recorded, systemised, aggregated, revised (updated, altered), used, depersonalised, blocked and deleted.
Personal data processing is carried out in order to determine the preferences of visitors to the Website, personalise and improve the usability of the Website.
Personal data processing is performed using specialised web applications ‘Google Analytics’ and ‘Yandex.Metrica’ in accordance with the rules the links to which are noted below. You hereby express your consent to the transfer of the foregoing personal data to Google LLC (7 Balchug Street, Moscow, Russia, 115035) and Yandex LLC (16 Lva Tolstogo Street, Moscow, Russia, 119034).
This agreement takes effect the moment you enter the Website and remains in operation until its withdrawal. This agreement can be rescinded by sending a request, in writing, to the Foundation’s address, demanding that the personal data processing be terminated.