Openix will not share the personal information that is secured by Openix users except the conditions which has been declared in Terms & Conditions.
Openix identifies IP addresses of users for finding out solutions to the problems, which user may have and about the system, quickly. IP addresses can as well be used to generally define the users and collect comprehensive demographic information.
Users declare their some personal information such as name, company identification,telephone, address, email) when they creating account. Openix may use declared information by the users, except the purposes and content defined in Terms & Conditions such as marketing, statistical evaluation, composing a database with the other third parties.
- To comply with the obligations arising from legal rules in force;
- To comply with the requirements of the Openix Terms & Conditions and other agreements between Openix and the users and to put them into practice;
- In the event that information concerning the users is requested by government and courts for the purpose oli duly executing an investigation or an enquiry;
- The situation in which providing information is needed for the protection of the user´s rights and security.
Openix can obtain information about the users and usage habits of users in Openix. Usage of Openix by using a technical communication file (Cookie) as well. Such technical communication files are small text files send by a website to a users browser to be kept in the main memory. Technical communication file stores the conditions and choices about a website and eases the Internet usage. Technical communication file facilitates to provide statistical information concerning, how many people uses Openix, the purpose of the visit of a person of Openix, the number and duration of the visits; and to dynamically produce advertisements and content from user pages designed specifically for the users. Technical communication file is not designed to collect data or any other personal information from the main memory or your e-mail. Most of the browsers are initially designed to accept technical communication files but the users, if they wish, can change the settings so that no technical communication file is received or an alert would appear when a technical communication file is sent.
Changes and Others
Users accept, declare and undertake the Turkish version will be valid in cases where this contract may be incorrectly translated.
Last Updated: 22/04/2017