The processor of personal data is PCSTO OÜ (Tuulemaa tn. 20 / Madala 5A, Harjumaa, Tallinn, 10315, Reg. code: 10861192) (hereinafter ‘PCSTO’).

What does the privacy notice entail?

The privacy notice:

  • • explains what we do to protect and respect the privacy of your personal data;
  • • explains how we collect, use and protect your personal data;
  • • helps you understand how your personal data is collected and used and what your rights are regarding your personal data.

When processing your personal data, we comply with Estonian and European Union legislation.

The privacy notice provides you with information and guidelines for when you use our services, products, applications and e-environments or visit our websites. The privacy statement does not include information concerning the processing of data on the websites of other companies or services provided by them, even if you use those services through PCSTO's services.

You may use our services and e-environments either as a contractual client, solely as a service user on the basis of a contract entered into by someone else, or simply by visiting our e-environments as a user, without having to have signed a contract with us. We are guided by the privacy notice in all of the following cases. If the client of our services allows the user to use services on the basis of a contract between them and PCSTO, the client must also ensure that the user is familiar with the privacy notice.

We refer to the privacy statement and enable you to read it at the time of conclusion of a contract, as well as when providing a service, product and/or use of an e-environment to you. The privacy notice is a document that conveys information to you and is not part of the contract signed with you or of the General Terms and Conditions of PCSTO.

Just as modern communications services, devices and solutions are evolving at a fast pace, so are the data processing activities necessary to provide those. We will do our best to keep the privacy statement up-to-date and available to you on the PCSTO website or via the PCSTO stores. We will notify you of the most significant changes that concern you in the privacy notice on our website, by email or in any other reasonable manner.

What is personal data and what kind of personal data does PCSTO process?

Personal data (hereinafter also data) is data that is directly or indirectly linked to you as a private individual. For the sake of clarity, we group your personal data into the following five categories based on their nature and sources. The source of personal data refers to through which channels or through whom the personal data reached PCSTO.

Basic data

Basic data includes, for example: first name, surname, username, personal identification code, date of birth, number of a personal identification documents (e.g., passport, ID-card) and other related information, age, address, e-mail address, information concerning services subscribed to or products purchased (e.g., the composition of the service, additional services, parameters, service address, equipment used, etc.) and the associated static IP address, domain name or device’s serial number, invoicing information (invoice address, reference number, invoicing address, etc.), etc.

Data collection sources: we obtain information from you and through your use of services.

Special categories of personal data

Special categories of personal data include racial or ethnic origin, political views, religious or philosophical beliefs or trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data used to as a unique identifier of a natural person, health data or data on sex life and sexual orientation of a natural person.

Data collection sources: our objective is not to collect your personal data of special categories, but this kind of data may be disclosed to us by chance, e.g., by email or phone call made in the framework of client relations, if you disclose this data to us.

On using cookies in our e-environments

Similarly to other websites, PCSTO’s websites and e-environments use the technology of cookies. The use of cookies is linked to all of the four aforementioned legal grounds mentioned, that is, we need cookies due to legal obligations, to ensure the quality of service set out in the contract, to provide more personalized and convenient services, as well as for marketing purposes with consent from you.

Cookies are small text files uploaded to the user's computer via the e-environment’s server. As a result, the web browser can send information of the cookie back to the e-environment during every new visit to the eenvironment, in order to recognise the user.

Cookies may be disabled in your browser settings, if you have selected this option. Keep in mind that in some cases it may slow down the browsing of a website, reduce the functionality of certain websites or prevent access to them.