Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

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Since 2bcloud (“Company”) respects the privacy of the users of the websites it manages and operates, the Company has decided to publish its privacy protection policy on the websites, and it undertakes towards the user to comply with this policy.

The purpose of the policy is to explain what the Company’s practices are regarding the privacy of users of the websites, and how the Company uses information provided to it by users of the websites or collected by it during use of the websites.

Transfer of information

The Company will not disclose your personal information to advertisers. However, it may transfer statistical information about user activity on websites. Transmitted statistical information will not identify you personally.

Direct mailing

The Company wishes to send you occasional e-mail information regarding its services as well as marketing information and advertising, such information will only be sent to you if you have expressly agreed to it, and at any time you may withdraw your consent and cease receiving it.

Disclosing information to a third party

The Company will not disclose to third parties your personal information and information collected about your activity on the website except in the cases set out below:

If you purchase products and services from third parties that offer them for sale through the websites, these third parties will be provided the information required to complete the purchase process.


The Company’s website uses “cookies” for the purposes of its regular and proper operation, including to collect statistical data about the use of the website, to verify details, to adapt the website to your personal preferences and for information security purposes.

Modern browsers include the option of refraining from receiving cookies. If you do not know how to do this, check the help file of the browser you are using.

Information security

The Company implements up-to-date information security systems and procedures on its websites. While these systems and procedures reduce the risks of unauthorized intrusion, they do not provide absolute security. Therefore, the Company does not warrant that its services will be completely immune from unauthorized access to the information stored therein.

Right to inspect the information

Under the Protection of Privacy Law, 5741 – 1981, any person is entitled to inspect the information about him kept on the database. Anyone who has inspected information about himself and found it to be incorrect, incomplete, unclear or out of date, may contact the database owner asking to correct or delete the information.




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