Privacy Policy

Privacy policy and personal data processing

This Privacy Policy for personal data (the ’Privacy Policy’) applies to all information that the Mercury Space website (’Mercury Space’) with domain name (as well as its subdomains) may obtain on the User when the latter is using the website (as well as its subdomains), its programmes and products.

  1. Definition of terms
    1. The following terms are used in this Privacy Policy:
    2. 'Website Administration' (the 'Administration') means the employees authorised for the management of the Mercury Space website who organise and/or conduct the processing of personal data and also determine the purposes of personal data processing, the composition of personal data to be processed and the actions (operations) performed with personal data.
    3. 'Personal data' means any information related to a directly or indirectly identified or identifiable private individual (subject of the personal data).
    4. 'Personal data processing' means any action (operation) or a set of actions (operations) performed on personal data with or without automated means, including collection, recording, systematisation, accumulation, storage, alteration (updating, changing), retrieval, usage, disclosure (transmission, submission, giving access), depersonalisation, blocking, removal, destruction of personal data.
    5. 'Confidentiality of personal data' means a mandatory requirement for the Processor or another person with access to the personal data to prevent its dissemination without the consent of the subject of personal data or other legal reasons.
    6. 'Mercury Space website' means a set of interconnected web pages located on the Internet at the unique address (URL): as well as its subdomains.
    7. 'Subdomains' means webpages or a set of webpages located on third-level domains, belonging to the Mercury Space website, as well as other temporary pages which provide the Administration's contact information at the bottom.
    8. 'User of the Mercury Space website' (the 'User') means a person who has access to the Mercury Space website via the Internet and uses the information, materials and products from the Mercury Space website.
    9. 'Cookies' means a small fragment of data sent from the web server and stored on the User's computer, which a web client or a web browser sends to the web server in an HTTP request every time the User opens a page on a specific website.
    10. 'IP address' means a unique network address of a node in a computer network through which the User obtains access to the Mercury Tower website.
  2. General terms
    1. By using the Mercury Space website, the User accepts this Privacy Policy and the terms of processing the User's personal data.
    2. If the User does not agree with the terms of this Privacy Policy, the User must stop using the Mercury Space website.
    3. This Privacy Policy applies to the Mercury Space website. The Mercury Space website does not control and is not responsible for third-party websites that the User may access via the links available on the Mercury Space website.
    4. The Administration does not verify the accuracy of personal data provided by the User.
  3. Privacy Policy subject matter
    1. This Privacy Policy establishes the obligations of the Administration for non-disclosure and ensuring the confidentiality of personal data, which the User provides upon request of the Administration when registering on the Mercury Space website or when subscribing to the e-mail newsletter.
    2. The personal data authorised for processing under this Privacy Policy is provided by the User by completing the forms on the Mercury Space website and includes the following information:
      1. Last name, name, patronymic of the User
      2. The User's phone number
      3. The User's e-mail address
      4. The User's place of residence (if necessary)
      5. Photograph (if necessary)
    3. The Mercury Space website protects Data that are automatically transmitted from the User when visiting the website:
      1. IP address
      2. Cookies information
      3. Browser information
      4. Time of access
      5. Referrer (previous page address)
      6. Disabling cookies may make it impossible to access parts of the website that require authorisation.
      7. The Mercury Space website collects statistics on the IP addresses of its visitors. This information is used to prevent, detect and solve technical problems.
    4. Any other personal data not specified above (visit history, web browsers, operating systems, etc.) are subject to reliable storage and non-dissemination, except as specified in subclause 5.2 of this Privacy Policy.
  4. Purpose of User's personal data collection
    1. The User’s personal data may be used by the Administration to:
      1. Identify the User registered on the Mercury Space website for their subsequent authorisation.
      2. Provide the User with access to the personalised data of the Mercury Space website.
      3. Establish contact with the User, including sending notifications and inquiries regarding the use of the Mercury Space website and process requests from the User.
      4. Determine the location of the User to ensure security and prevent fraud.
      5. Confirm the accuracy and completeness of the personal data provided by the User.
      6. Create an account for using parts of the Mercury Space website if the User has given consent to the account being created.
      7. Send notifications to the User by e-mail.
      8. Provide the User with effective technical support in the event of any problems related to the use of the Mercury Space website.
      9. Provide the User (with their consent) with special offers, newsletters and other information on behalf of the Mercury Space website.
  5. Methods and time limits of personal data processing
    1. The processing of the User’s personal data is carried out without any time limits, in any legal manner, including information systems for personal data, using automation tools or without using such tools.
    2. The User's personal data may be transmitted to the authorised bodies of the Russian Government only on the grounds and according to the procedure established by the legislation of the Russian Federation.
    3. In the event of loss or disclosure of personal data, the Administration reserves the right not to inform the User about the loss or disclosure of personal data.
    4. The Administration takes the necessary organisational and technical measures to protect the User's personal data from unlawful or accidental access, destruction, alteration, blocking, copying, dissemination as well as from other illegal actions by third parties.
    5. The Administration and the User take all necessary measures to prevent losses or other negative consequences caused by the loss or disclosure of the User's personal data.
  6. Rights and obligations of the parties
    1. The User has the right to:
      1. Decide whether or not to provide personal data required for using the Mercury Space website and agree to its processing.
      2. Update and add to the personal data if the provided information has changed.
      3. Receive information from the Administration regarding the processing of their personal data to the extent that such right is not limited by federal laws. Demand that the Administration clarify, block or destroy relevant personal data if the data are incomplete, outdated, inaccurate, have been obtained illegally or are not necessary for the stated purposes of processing and also take measures prescribed by the law to protect their rights. To do that, the User should notify the Administration via the specified e-mail address.
    2. The Administration is obliged to:
      1. Use the obtained information solely for the purposes specified in clause 4 of this Privacy Policy.
      2. Ensure the storage of confidential information in secret, not disclose the information without prior written permission from the User, not sell, exchange, publish or disclose the obtained personal data of the User in any possible way, except for subclause 5.2 of this Privacy Policy.
      3. Take precautions to protect the confidentiality of the User’s personal data in accordance with the procedure normally used to protect this type of information in existing business transactions.
      4. Block the personal data related to the relevant User from the time of the request from the User or their legal representative or the authorised body for the protection of rights of the subjects of personal data for the period of verification, in the event of inaccurate personal data or illegal actions.
  7. Responsibility of the parties
    1. If the Administration does not fulfil its obligations, it is liable for losses incurred by the User in connection with the unlawful use of personal data in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, except as provided for in subclauses 5.2 and 7.2 of this Privacy Policy.
    2. In case of loss or disclosure of the Confidential Information, the Administration shall not be liable if the confidential information:
      1. became public domain prior to its loss or disclosure,
      2. was received from a third party before it was received by the Administration of the Resource,
      3. was disclosed with the consent of the User.
    3. The User is fully responsible for complying with the requirements of the laws of the Russian Federation, including the laws on advertising, protection of copyright and related rights, protection of trademarks and service marks, but not limited to the above, including full responsibility for the content and the format of the materials.
    4. The User agrees that the responsibility for any information (including but not limited to: data files, texts, etc.) which they may have access to as part of the Mercury Space website shall be borne by the individual who provided that information.
    5. The User agrees that the information provided to them as part of the Mercury Space website may appear to be intellectual property, the rights to which are protected and belong to other Users, partners or advertisers who post such information on the Mercury Space website. The User is not entitled to make changes, lease, transfer on loan terms, sell, distribute or create any materials based on such Content (fully or partially), except when the owners of such Content granted a written consent for such actions, in accordance with the terms of a separate agreement.
    6. For textual materials (articles, publications that are freely and publicly available on the Mercury Space website), distribution is allowed as long as a link to the Mercury Space website is provided.
    7. The Administration shall not be liable to the User for any loss or damage incurred by the User as a result of removal, failure or inability to save any Content or other communication data contained on the Mercury Space website or transmitted through the website.
    8. The Administration shall not be liable for any direct or indirect losses that occurred as a result of: using or the inability to use the website or individual services, unauthorised access to the User’s communications, the statements or behaviour of any third party on the site.
    9. The Administration shall not be liable for any information posted by the User on the Mercury Space website, including but not limited to: copyright information without the explicit consent of the copyright owner.
  8. Dispute resolution
    1. Before taking any claim to court regarding a dispute arising from the relationship between the User and the Administration, it is obligatory to submit a claim (a written or electronic proposal of voluntary settlement of the dispute).
    2. Within 30 calendar days from the date of the receipt of the claim, the recipient notifies the claimant in writing or in electronic form of the results of the claim review.
    3. Should the parties fail to reach an agreement, the dispute will be submitted to the Arbitration Court of Moscow, Russia.
    4. The legislation of the Russian Federation applies to this Privacy Policy and to the relationship between the User and the Administration.
  9. Additional terms
    1. The Administration has the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy without the User's consent.
    2. The new Privacy Policy takes effect from the moment it is published on the Mercury Space website, unless otherwise specified in the new version of the Privacy Policy.
    3. Any suggestions or questions regarding this Privacy Policy should be sent to:
    4. The current Privacy Policy is available on the website at

Updated: 1 March 2019
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