Privacy policy

About user information processing policy.

The value of personal data in the modern world is growing all the time. The leak of information, as well as its illegal use by third parties, is a problem that users face every day when working with unreliable platforms. Therefore, the protection of personal information is not considered a whim, but a necessity that will protect you in the future.

Protecting user data is a priority for Arbirate company. We are responsible for the collection, guarantee security, as well as the reliable storage of personal information of the clients in accordance with applicable law. For this purpose, technical measures are provided, including:

Software data protection in case of attempts of unauthorized connection to a resource;

Use of encryption systems during transmission or exchange of information;

Protection of clients' personal information from malware.

Principles for the collection, storage and transfer of personal data.

What is personal data:

Full name or username;

Contact e-mail.

By registering on the Arbirate platform, you automatically agree to the current privacy policy of the website and agree to the processing of personal information.

Under the processing of personal client data, the ability to record, organize, update, edit and extract information should be understood. We also track the time spent on the Arbirate website and the services you use most often. This is necessary to improve the operation of our resource, provide relevant information to customers, as well as notifications about changes in the platform, new services, capabilities, etc.

Our customers have the right to:

Disagree with Arbirate privacy policy;

Withdraw consent to the processing of personal data;

Restrict access to personal information;

Send a request to change or update user data;

Request a copy of the information about you that we store;

Leave a request to delete your personal data;

Allow the transfer of information about you to partner companies.

What are cookies for?

Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored as text files on your computer or any other device with Internet access. They are not used to identify users or collect personal information. The task of such files is to make using the site as convenient as possible for the user. To do this, cookies determine the technical capabilities of your device, browser, pages you frequently visit - all that is necessary to simplify navigation on a particular website. If desired, the client can disable the use of cookies or delete this document on the computer.