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Privacy and Terms

TERMS OF SERVICE
and
PRIVACY AND COOKIES POLICY


TERMS OF SERVICE


We are very pleased that you have decided to use the services of our Service.
We kindly ask you to familiarize yourself with the following Terms of Service and the rules of sale that
apply when placing an order on the Service. These Terms of Service set forth the rules for the use of
the OnGeo Intelligence Service, through the official site of the Service, and the rules and procedures
for concluding agreements for the sale of Digital Content - Satellite Report - with the User at a
distance, through the Service.
Acceptance of these Terms of Service implies the User's commitment to abide by them and declaration
of knowledge of them.

 


Contact details of the Service Provider:

OnGeo LLC based at 8 The Green, Suite E in the City of Dover. Zip code 19901
EIN: 32-0757417, FN: 2652875
e-mail address: CONTACT@ONGEO-INTELLIGENCE.COM


The Regulations enter into force on: 16.04.2024 r.


I. DEFINITIONS

Definitions of terms used in the Terms of Service:
By accepting these Terms and Conditions, the User, declares that, for the purposes of these Terms and
Conditions, he accepts the use of the following terms in the meaning given to them in the section
entitled "Definitions", unless in a specific provision of the Terms and Conditions, the Service Provider
expressly gives them a different meaning. To emphasize that these terms are understood as defined in
this chapter, they will be written hereafter in the Regulations with a capital letter.

SERVICE - www.ongeo-intelligence.com , is an Internet service available through the domain
https://ongeo-inteligence.com/raport-satelitarny, enabling the use of the services provided by the
Service, including for: generating a Satellite Report, using search engines and map tools.
SERVICE PROVIDER - the entity that provides the service of selling Digital Content (Satellite Report)
and is a party to the contract with the User: OnGeo LLC headquartered at 8 The Green, Suite E in the
City of Dover. Zip code 19901, EIN: 32-0757417, FN: 2652875, email address: CONTACT@ONGEOINTELLIGENCE.
COM.
USER - any entity or person, using the Website, in particular a natural person with full legal capacity, a
legal person and an organizational unit without legal personality, but having the capacity to perform
legal acts, i.e. to incur obligations on their own behalf and acquire rights - placing an order on the
Website.
CONSUMER - a natural person concluding a contract with the Service Provider on the Site, the subject
of which is not directly related to his/her economic or professional activity.
ENTERPRISE UNDER CONSUMER RIGHTS - a natural person conducting a business activity, concluding
a contract with the Service Provider - within the Service - which contract is directly related to the
business activity conducted by this person, but from the content of this contract it is clear that it is
not of a professional nature for this person - which is evident in particular from the subject of the
business activity conducted by this person.
ENTERPRISE (PROFESSIONAL) - a natural person with full legal capacity, a legal person and an
organizational unit that is not a legal person, to which legal capacity is granted by law - conducting in
its own name a business activity, including professional activity, within the framework of which and
for its needs it makes a purchase directly related to this activity on the Website - and from the content
of this agreement it is clear that it is of a professional nature for it - that is, it is not an Entrepreneur
on the rights of a Consumer. Entrepreneurs do not enjoy the rights of a Consumer or the rights of an
Entrepreneur on the rights of a Consumer.
ELECTRONIC PAYMENT OPERATOR - an entity through which payments are made by the User by
electronic means, not being a Service Provider as defined in these Regulations. This entity is
responsible only for the transfer of payments between the User and the Service Provider. The terms
and conditions for the use of an electronic payment operator are available on the website of the
respective operator. The list of Operators cooperating with the Site can be found in the Regulations
and Privacy Policy - Privacy and Cookies Policy - § 6 Payment Operators.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS - this document setting out the rules for the use of the Website and the
purchase of available products.
SATELLITE REPORT - a way to get small chunks of satellite imagery - The report provides both the
original cloud-free data package and the images, sharpened using artificial intelligence, in the form of
an easy-to-use PDF document. The time series of very high-resolution satellite imagery collected by
various commercial and non-commercial satellite constellations reflects short-term changes in specific
areas.
DIGITAL CONTENT - data produced and delivered in digital form, e.g., SATELLITE REPORT.
DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT - computer hardware, software and network connections used by the User to
access or use Digital Content. The minimum technical requirements are indicated by the Service
Provider in these Terms and Conditions.
DISTANCE CONTRACT - a contract concluded between the Service Provider and the User within an
organized system of concluding contracts at a distance, through the Service without the simultaneous
physical presence of the parties, with the exclusive use of one or more means of remote
communication up to and including the conclusion of the contract.
SALE AGREEMENT - an agreement for the sale and delivery of Digital Content - Satellite Report
(hereinafter: the Agreement), concluded between the Service Provider and the User via the Website,
under which the Service Provider, upon confirmation thereof, undertakes to deliver Digital Content
(Satellite Report) to the User.
EUROPEAN UNION - (hereinafter: EU) an economic and political union of 27 democratic European
states.
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA - (hereinafter: EEA) free trade area and common market, comprising the
countries of the European Union and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), except Switzerland.
 

II. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1. Introduction.
A) The Service Provider reserves the right to amend the Terms and Conditions of the Site, in particular
due to changes in the legal status, technological development of the Site or caused by the expansion
of the scope of services provided by the Site. For agreements concluded before the amendments to
the Terms and Conditions, Users will apply the version of the Terms and Conditions in effect on the
date of conclusion of the Agreement with the Service Provider. The Service Provider will not inform
the Users of the aforementioned changes directly, but by publishing the changes on the Site. The User
is obliged to read the Regulations before using the Site, in particular before registering an account on
the Site or placing an order. Archived versions of the Rules and Regulations will be available for review
by the User on the Website.
B) The Service Provider may enter into separate written agreements with the User. In the event of a
discrepancy between the Regulations and the provisions of the contract, the provisions of the contract
shall prevail.
C) The Service Provider informs that in the course of its business it is entitled to organize various types
of promotional actions. For this purpose, separate Promotion Regulations will be created for a given
action, containing, among other things, the conditions for participation and use of the promotion. This
means that during the course of a given promotion, it is possible to temporarily exclude the provisions
of these Regulations in favor of the provisions of the Promotion Regulations. The User who uses a given
promotion shall be bound, during the term of the promotion, by the provisions of the given Promotion
Regulations with priority to these Regulations.
D) The Service Provider may send Users, to e-mail addresses provided by them, commercial and
marketing information on goods and services offered by the Service Provider or entities cooperating
with it (newsletter), provided that the User has previously agreed to receive them. The User may
withdraw the consent given at any time. The contract for the newsletter is concluded when a
confirming email message from the Service Provider is sent to the User's email address. Both parties
have the right to terminate the newsletter contract with immediate effect.
 

2. Technical Requirements for Users.
The Service Provider takes appropriate measures to ensure the proper functioning of the Website,
including the use of appropriate tools to make this possible or the services of third parties.
In order to use the Website (browse it) and to place an order, it is necessary for Users to meet minimum
technical requirements, such as:
1. having a device: laptop, desktop computer, smartphone, tablet or other capable mobile multimedia
device, having access to the Internet;
2. a properly configured, up-to-date version of a web browser such as: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox,
Microsoft Edge, Opera, Internet Explorer, Safari;
3. properly configured and active electronic mail (e-mail);
4. enable in your web browser the option to save: cookies and Javascript support;
5. avoiding plug-ins such as AdBlock and the like, which may interfere with the proper functioning of
the Service.
In the event that Users use computer hardware or software that does not meet the technical
requirements listed above, the Service Provider does not guarantee the proper functioning of the Site
and stipulates that this may adversely affect the quality of its electronic services.
The Service Provider shall take measures to ensure the fully correct functioning of the Site. The User
should inform the Service Provider of any irregularities or interruptions in the functioning of the Site.


3. Risks to the User that are associated with the use of electronically provided services.
The Service Provider informs that the use of the Internet may involve the risk of incurring damage as
a result of threats occurring on the Internet, in particular the risk of hacking into the User's computer
system and intercepting passwords by third parties or infecting the User's computer system with
viruses.
Users should not provide any confidential information such as their email password to the Service
Provider's employees or any other third parties. They should use anti-virus software on their devices
and keep their software updated.
In order to ensure the security of messages and data transmitted on the Site, the Service Provider shall
take technical and organizational measures to prevent unauthorized persons from obtaining and
modifying such data.


4. Intellectual property.
A) The Service Provider allows the User to browse the database of materials constituting the content
of the Site. In no case shall the use of the Service be construed as the acquisition by the User of any
rights to the works contained in the Service. The User may use these works only within the scope of
permitted use. In particular, it is forbidden to copy them in whole or in part, as well as to make them
available to the public as their own, excluding the Service Provider's data.
The Service Provider agrees to place the URL of the Satellite Report, during the period of its activity,
on other websites for informational purposes - however, in order to use it legally, it is necessary to
mark on these sites the source of the URL - that is, to mark the Service Provider's Site. It is prohibited
to use, including the publication of the above URL on the sites containing illegal content, violating or
likely to violate the personal rights of other persons or entities, decency or rules of social coexistence,
including generally applicable rules and standards, in particular content with sexual overtones and any
content bearing the hallmarks of pornography. In the situation of disclosure of violation of the
prohibition referred to in the preceding sentence, the Service Provider is entitled to immediately
deactivate the URL and report violations to the appropriate authorities, and depending on the decision,
block the User's account or delete it. In such a situation, the User shall not be entitled to a refund of
the fee or equivalent Points.
In the event that the amount of material downloaded from the Site indicates that it is copying rather
than browsing, the Service Provider will be entitled to block the User's access to the Site, to which the
User agrees.
B) The content posted on the Site, as well as the graphic elements of the Site, their layout and
composition, are works and belong to the Service Provider. Without the express written consent of the
Service Provider, use of them by Users, constitutes a violation of the law.
 

5. Liability of the Service Provider and the User. Prohibition of Users to provide and make available on
the Site content of an unlawful nature and inconsistent with public policy and good morals.
A) Users may use the provided functions of the Website in a manner consistent with the Regulations
and applicable laws and in a manner that does not interfere with the functioning of the Website and
the use of the Website by other Users.
B) In order to ensure the security of messages and data transmitted on the Site, the Service Provider
shall take technical and organizational measures to prevent unauthorized persons from obtaining and
modifying such data.
C) The Service Provider shall not be liable to Users, in particular, for limitations in access to the Site
caused by force majeure, failure of systems or equipment beyond the Service Provider's control.
D) In the event of a claim against the Service Provider by any entity related to the User's violation of
the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, generally applicable laws and customs or generally
applicable norms, the User shall immediately proceed with the dispute and shall be obliged to lead to
the release of the Service Provider from liability in this regard. The User shall be obliged to repair any
damage caused in connection with making claims against the Service Provider, including
reimbursement of all litigation and other costs incurred. The aforementioned provisions apply to all
types of proceedings based on the User's violations.
E) Any actions by the User that jeopardize the good name of the Site or the Service Provider, or that
are aimed at causing damage to the aforementioned, as well as actions aimed at hindering the use or
preventing the operation of the Site, actions aimed at violating the rules of public order and good
morals, will result in the temporary or permanent blocking of e-mail addresses of the User in question,
in addition to taking legal steps as provided by law.
F) The Service User is obliged to refrain from any activity that could affect the proper functioning of
the Service, including, in particular, any interference with the content of the Service or its technical
elements. The Service User is also obliged to refrain from providing and transmitting illegal content,
including, in particular, content that is offensive or vulgar, inciting violence or other actions contrary
to the law, public order or good manners, as well as content that violates or may violate the personal
rights of other third parties or entities, good manners or rules of social coexistence, including generally
applicable rules and norms, in particular, content with sexual overtones and any content bearing the
hallmarks of pornography.
 

 

III. RULES OF USE

1. Orders.
A) In order to conclude a contract for the purchase of a Satellite Report with the Service Provider, the
User is obliged to provide a valid e-mail address to which an e-mail will be sent confirming the
conclusion of the contract.
B) Providing the User's personal data to the Service Provider is voluntary, but failure to do so will
prevent the provision of services. The User's personal data shall be processed in accordance with the
Service Provider's Privacy Policy.
C) The conclusion of the Satellite Report Purchase Agreement is made when the Service Provider
accepts and explicitly confirms the order placed by the User, in the form of sending a message to the
e-mail address indicated by the User about the acceptance of the offer by the Service Provider and
confirmation of the conclusion of the contract. The order is processed up to a few minutes, after its
confirmation by the Service Provider - that is, confirmation of the conclusion of the contract.
D) The User has the opportunity to use the Satellite Reports offered by the Service. Due to the fact
that the data constituting the basis of the Report comes from third parties, the report is only of an
auxiliary/interview nature and cannot constitute the exclusive basis for the User's legal actions or
activities. The Service Provider is not responsible for the truthfulness and reliability of data provided
by third parties, including public institutions, and therefore the User acknowledges and accepts that
the information presented may not be complete due to the lack of availability of source data and
may be incorrect due to errors in the source data. The purpose of the report is to provide the User
with the widest possible range of information, but before making the final decision the User should
check the facts directly with the institutions and offices which are the holders of the source data. In
connection with the above, the Service Provider does not guarantee or assume responsibility for the
correctness or completeness of the information contained in the Report.
E) Ordering a Satellite Report (digital product) involves the Service Provider providing the User with
information in the form of an electronic Report created on the basis of selected source (spatial) data
available for the area set by the User.
After payment for the service, the Report will be available to the User in digital form in PDF format and
in the form of an individual URL. The Report available in the form of an individual URL will be active for
3 months from the date of purchase (after the expiration of the URL, the Report will only be available
in PDF form).


 2. Price.
A) The service is charged in accordance with the price list applicable in this regard. After selecting an
area by marking the appropriate area, the User will be informed about the fee. The price of the service
is given in USD - however, the User may pay in his/her native currency (in particular: PLN, EUR, etc.).
Its amount depends on the selected date range, area and resolution.
B) The service provider reserves the right to make changes in the price of the service on an ongoing
basis. This entitlement does not affect the value of an order placed before the date of the price change.
The Service Provider will inform Users of such change.
C) It is possible to obtain a VAT invoice for the User. The invoice will be sent by the payment
intermediary stripe (https://stripe.com/en-pl ). The indication by the User of the data for issuing a VAT
invoice in the form of the Tax Identification Number (NIP) and/or the corresponding number and the
company of the entrepreneur implies the willingness to conclude the Sales Contract as an
Entrepreneur (professional).
 

3. Payment and order processing.
We accept payment in various forms, including online transfer, classic transfer, blik, card payment,
Google Pay. In connection with the use of electronic payment Operator, the User acknowledges and
accepts that the accounting document will be issued to the Service Provider, and the payment is made
to the account of the Operator. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
The Terms and Conditions for the use of electronic payment Operators are available on the website of
the respective Operator. For a list of Operators cooperating with the Website, see Terms and
Conditions and Privacy Policy - Privacy and Cookies Policy - in § 6 "Payment Operators".
If the payment method indicated by the user is not verifiable, invalid or otherwise unconfirmable, the
Service Provider has the right not to confirm the offer made, and thus not to conclude the Contract.
 

IV. NON-COMPLIANCE OF THE DIGITAL CONTENT WITH THE CONTRACT (COMPLAINTS- WARRANTY)
AND THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT - APPLIES TO THE CUSTOMER WHO IS A
CONSUMER OR AN ENTREPRENEUR ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CONSUMER:


1. NON-CONFORMITY OF THE DIGITAL CONTENT WITH THE CONTRACT (COMPLAINT- WARRANTY) :
A) The Service Provider shall use its best efforts to ensure that the Satellite Report offered on the
Website complies with the Agreement and to enable the use thereof, the User, in a manner consistent
with the Agreement. To this end, the Service Provider shall inform the User, in a clear and
understandable manner, in these Terms and Conditions, and with which the User is obliged to acquaint
himself prior to the conclusion of the Agreement, of all relevant requirements and obligations, which
also lie with the User, in particular the need for compatibility of the User's Digital Environment with
the minimum technical requirements of the Service Provider. The User is obliged to cooperate with
the Service Provider to a reasonable extent and with the least burdensome technical means, in order
to determine whether the lack of compatibility of the Report at a particular time, is due to the
characteristics of the User's Digital Environment. Lack of such cooperation on the part of the User shall
exclude the Service Provider's liability as to the non-compliance of the Report with the Agreement.
B) If the Satellite Report provided by the Service Provider is inconsistent with the Agreement, and the
User demonstrates these inconsistencies, the User may then demand that they be corrected - that the
Report be brought into compliance with the Agreement.
C) The inconsistency of the Report with the Agreement shall not be considered, the inconsistency of
the data, contained in the Report, with the actual state of affairs, since the data forming the basis of
the Report comes from external entities, the Service Provider is not responsible for the veracity and
accuracy of the data provided by third parties, including public institutions, in connection with the
above, the User acknowledges and accepts the fact that the information presented may not be
complete due to the lack of availability of source data and may be incorrect due to errors in the
source data. In connection with the above, the Service Provider does not guarantee the correctness
or completeness of the information contained in the Report with the actual state of affairs, nor is
the Service Provider responsible for its correctness and completeness - as stated in Section III.1.D of
these Regulations.
D) The Service Provider shall be liable for non-conformity with the Report Contract, to the extent other
than the aforementioned, which existed at the time of delivery and became apparent within two
years, from the time of delivery, or in accordance with the statutory rights of the User in his country of
residence. Statutory warranty periods may vary from country to country, but in the EU the warranty
period is always at least 2 years from the date of delivery.
E) The Service Provider may refuse to bring the Report into compliance with the Contract if bringing it
into compliance with the Contract is impossible or would require excessive costs for the Service
Provider.
F) The Service Provider shall bring the Report into compliance with the Agreement within a reasonable
time from the moment it is informed by the User of the non-compliance with the Agreement, and
without undue inconvenience to the User, taking into account the nature and purpose for which the
Report was created, is used and what functions it has. The cost of bringing the Report into compliance
with the Agreement shall be borne by the Service Provider.
G) If the Report is inconsistent with the Contract, the User may submit a statement on price reduction
or withdrawal from the Contract when:
1) bringing the Report into compliance with the Agreement is either impossible or requires excessive
costs;
2) The Service Provider failed to bring the Report into compliance with the Agreement;
3) the lack of compliance of the Report with the Agreement continues, even though the Service
Provider has tried to bring them into compliance with the Agreement;
4) the lack of compliance of the Report with the Agreement is so significant as to justify either a
reduction in price or withdrawal from the Agreement without first exercising the demand to bring the
Report into compliance;
5) it is clear from the Service Provider's statement or circumstances that it will not fulfill the request
to bring the Contract into compliance within a reasonable time or without undue inconvenience to the
User.
H) You may not withdraw from the Contract if the Report is provided in exchange for payment of the
price, and the lack of compliance with the Contract is immaterial.
I) After withdrawal from the Agreement, the User is obliged not to download the Report again, as well
as to remove the previously downloaded Report from any media, and it is forbidden for the User to
use in any way the content and information and any data contained in the Report, from the moment
the User submits an effective statement of withdrawal from the Agreement. The User is obliged to
return to the Service Provider everything that was provided to the User with the transfer of the Report.
J) Complaints can be submitted in writing (in paper form) to the mailing address to the Service Provider,
or by e-mail to the Service Provider's e-mail address (contact details are indicated at the beginning of
the Terms and Conditions). In the complaint, the Client should specify:
- Data allowing identification of the Customer and the order, i.e. the e-mail address from which the
purchase was made and the order number - if applicable;
- The date and type of occurrence of non-compliance of the Report with the Agreement;
- demands related to the complaint.
K) Complete complaints will be processed by the Service Provider within 14 days. If an incomplete
complaint is received, the Service Provider will request the User to complete the complaint within the
specified time. The Service Provider will respond to the complete complaint within 14 days, counting
from the day of receipt of the complaint, and will inform the User about further proceedings, to the email
address of the complainant or in the same way the User contacted the Service Provider, or in
another way agreed with the User. The Service Provider will process the User's personal data for the
purpose of processing the complaint in accordance with the "Privacy Policy".
 

2. THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE CONTRACT:
A) As a general rule, in the EEA, a Consumer or an Entrepreneur with the rights of a Consumer has the
right to withdraw from the Contract within 14 days, without giving any reason, subject to the content
of paragraph C listed below. The time limit for withdrawal from the Contract, begins from the moment
the User receives the email confirming the conclusion of the Contract, sent to the User by the Service
Provider - in accordance with the provision of Section III.1.C. of these Regulations.
B) The right to withdraw from the contract does not apply to Entrepreneurs (professional).
C) The User is not entitled to withdraw from the Contract if the performance in the form of provision
of Digital Content (Satellite Report) began with the express and prior consent of the User, who was
informed before the performance began that after the performance by the Service Provider he/she
will lose the right to withdraw from the Contract before the expiration of the deadline for
withdrawal from the Contract and the User acknowledged this, and the Service Provider provided
the User with an acknowledgement of receipt of the consent.
D) The Client, referred to in paragraph A) above, may exercise the right of withdrawal by sending an
appropriate statement to the postal address of the Service Provider or by e-mail (contact details are
indicated at the beginning of the Terms and Conditions).
E) The Service Provider will immediately send the User an acknowledgement of receipt of the
withdrawal information to the e-mail address indicated by the User during the order placement
process.
F) In the event of withdrawal from the Contract, such Contract shall be considered as not concluded
(ex tunc), and the parties are obliged to return what they have mutually provided to each other on the
basis of the Contract. The Service Provider is obliged to reimburse the User for the price due as a result
of exercising the right of withdrawal from the Contract no later than 14 days from the date of receipt
of the effective declaration of withdrawal from the Contract. After effective withdrawal from the
Agreement, the User is obliged not to download the Report again, as well as to remove the previously
downloaded Report from any media, and it is prohibited for the User to use in any way the content
and information and any data contained in the Report, from the moment the User submits an effective
statement of withdrawal from the Agreement. The User is obliged to return to the Service Provider
everything that was provided to him with the transfer of the Report and the Report itself.
 

3. PRICE AND HOW TO RETURN IT.
1. The Service Provider shall be obliged to refund the price only in the part in which the Report does
not comply with the Contract, and the Service Provider shall also be obliged to refund the price in the
situation in which the obligation to provide the Report has fallen off due to withdrawal from the
Contract (if applicable).
2. The Service Provider is obliged to refund to the User the price due as a result of exercising the right
to withdraw from the Contract or reduce the price immediately, but no later than within 14 days from
the date of receipt of the User's effective statement on withdrawal from the Contract or reduction of
the price (if applicable).
3. The Service Provider shall refund the price using the same method of payment used by the User,
unless the User has expressly agreed to a different method of refund that does not incur any costs for
the User.
 

4. PROFESSIONAL ENTREPRENEURS.
A) The provisions of this Chapter IV points 1, 2 and 3, refer to the Consumer and Entrepreneur on the
rights of the Consumer, do not refer to Entrepreneurs (professional) - according to the Definitions
contained in these Regulations.
B) The provisions of Section 4 of this Chapter, apply to Users of the Website who are Entrepreneurs
(professional), also as defined herein.
C) In the case of sale of Digital Content (Satellite Report) in business-to-business trade, the parties to
the Contract (Service Provider and Professional Entrepreneur) exclude the Service Provider's liability
under warranty and exclude the possibility of withdrawal from the Contract by the (Professional)
Entrepreneur.
D) The Service Provider has the right to withdraw from the Contract concluded with the User who is
a Professional without giving any reason, within 14 calendar days from the date of its conclusion, by
sending the User a relevant statement, also electronically to the e-mail address provided by the User
when placing the order. This procedure does not give rise to any claims against the Service Provider.
E) With respect to Users who are Entrepreneurs (professional), the Service Provider has the right to
independently indicate and limit the available payment methods, regardless of the payment method
chosen by the Entrepreneur or the conclusion of the Contract.
F) The Service Provider's total liability to the User who is an Entrepreneur (professional) for nonperformance
or improper performance of the Contract, is limited to the amount of the price paid for
the Report in case of intentional damage. The Service Provider shall not be liable for lost profits in
relation to the Entrepreneur (professional).
G) The settlement of any disputes between the Service Provider and the User, who is a Professional
Entrepreneur, shall be submitted to the court having jurisdiction over the seat of the Service Provider.
H) The professional entrepreneur may request the Service Provider to conclude a separate Agreement
for the sale of the Satellite Report, on individually agreed terms.
 

V. OUT-OF-COURT WAYS OF DEALING WITH COMPLAINTS AND CLAIMS.
1. The EU online dispute resolution platform can be accessed via the following link:
http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
 

VI. SECURITY OF PERSONAL DATA
Provisions on privacy and protection of Users' personal data are included in the "Privacy Policy."


VII. FINAL PROVISIONS
1. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by U.S. law. You submit to the jurisdiction of the
courts of Dover to resolve any disputes that may arise under the Agreement and the Terms and
Conditions.
2.  For Users residing in the EU and EEA, any disputes arising from these Terms and Conditions shall
be resolved under the laws of their place of residence. The User may file a claim to enforce his/her
consumer protection rights regulated by these Terms and Conditions in the EU country where he/she
resides to the relevant authority.
3.  If personal data is provided by the User for the use of the Site, the Service Provider shall process it
in accordance with the provisions of the "Privacy Policy."
4. Failure of the Service Provider to exercise his right shall not result in the forfeiture or waiver of that
right. The User may not transfer his rights to other entities. If the Service Provider does not assert all
of its rights at any given time, in the event of a violation of the Terms and Conditions by the User, it
cannot be considered to waive these rights - an express written statement signed by the Service
Provider is required for such waiver.
5. Declaring any part of the Regulations unenforceable under the law shall not affect the remaining
parts of the Regulations - in such a situation, the remaining provisions of the Regulations shall remain
in force.
6. You agree to comply with all U.S. and federal, state and local laws and regulations applicable to your
use of the Service. Users who reside in countries on the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctions
list, including currently Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria, or who are foreign persons or entities
blocked or denied by the U.S. government, may not post or access information or content available
through the Service. You warrant and represent that you do not reside in a country on the sanctions
list of the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control or are not a foreign person or entity blocked or rejected
by the U.S. government when publishing or accessing information or content available through the
Service.

 

 

PRIVACY AND COOKIES POLICY


U.S.-based OnGeo LLC complies with the Data Privacy Framework ("DPF") obligations established
between the United States and the European Union and between Switzerland and the United States.
The DPF principles apply to the collection, use, sharing and storage of personal data from the European
Economic Area ("EEA"), the United Kingdom ("UK"), Gibraltar and Switzerland, (EU-US, including the
extension to the UK, and Switzerland-US).


If you want to learn more about DPF then go to the website:
https://www.dataprivacyframework.gov/s/participant-search/participantdetail?
id=a2zt0000000TR15AAG&status=Active.

For detailed information about our data processing, including the purposes of data processing,
recipients and your rights, please refer to the following section of this document. We encourage you to
read this Privacy Policy applicable to the Website you are using.

U.S.-based OnGeo LLC is subject to oversight by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and is responsible
for transferring personal data to third parties who process it on our behalf. To file a complaint regarding
DPF compliance, please contact us at CONTACT@ONGEO-INTELLIGENCE.COM You may also file a
complaint with an independent dispute resolution body of your choice, and in certain cases, initiate
arbitration proceedings regarding DPF compliance.


§ 1 Introduction.

We ensure that all security and personal data protection measures are taken, in accordance with the
implemented internal procedures, using appropriate technical and organizational measures that meet
the requirements of generally applicable laws. Personal data are collected with due diligence and
properly protected - only authorized persons who are obliged to keep the data confidential have access
to your personal data.

Nevertheless, you should be diligent in securing your personal information transmitted over the
Internet, in particular, do not disclose your login information to third parties, use anti-virus protection
and keep your software up-to-date.

Details are described in § 3 titled "Privacy Policy of the Website".

Our Service, like almost all other websites, uses cookies and other technologies to provide you with
the best user experience. The Website does not automatically collect any information except that
contained in cookies.

We use analytics tools that collect anonymous information about your visit to the site, such as the
pages you viewed, the time you spent on the site, and transitions between pages. Google's cookies for
the Google Analytics service are used for this purpose.

Details of cookies can be found in § 4 titled "Cookie Policy".

We would like to inform you that we reserve the right to make changes to the "Privacy Policy", and
each of you is obliged to know the current "Privacy Policy". The reason for the changes may be the
development of Internet technology, changes in generally applicable law or the development of the
Service through, for example, our use of new tools.


§ 2 Definitions of terms used in the Privacy Policy:

By accepting this Privacy Policy, the User, declares that, for the purposes of these Terms and Conditions,
he/she accepts the use of the following terms as they are defined in the section entitled "Definitions of
Terms Used in the Privacy Policy", unless in a specific provision of the Privacy Policy, the Service Provider
expressly gives them a different meaning. To emphasize that these terms are understood as defined in
this chapter, they will be capitalized throughout the rest of the Privacy Policy.

Personal data - means information about an identified or identifiable natural person ("data
subject"); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in
particular on the basis of an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data,
an online identifier, or one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic,
mental, economic, cultural or social identity of the natural person;
Processing - means an operation or set of operations performed on personal data or sets of
personal data in an automated or non-automated manner, such as collecting, recording,
organizing, structuring, storing, adapting or modifying, retrieving, viewing, using, disclosing by
transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, matching or linking, limiting,
erasing or destroying;
Personal data controller - the entity responsible for data processing - means a natural or legal
person, public authority, unit or other entity that alone or jointly with others determines the
purposes and means of processing personal data;
Processor - means a natural or legal person, public authority, entity or other entity that
processes personal data on behalf of the controller;
Third Party - A third party is a natural or legal person, public authority, organizational unit or
other entities other than the data subject, controller, processor and persons who, under the
authority of the controller or processor, may process personal data;
Consent - "Consent" of a data subject means a voluntary, specific, informed and unequivocal
demonstration of will by which the data subject, in the form of a statement or explicit
affirmative action, consents to the processing of personal data concerning him or her.


§ 3 Privacy Policy of the Service.

1. WHO IS THE CONTROLLER OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
The Administrator of the personal data collected through the website www.ongeo-intelligence.com is
OnGeo LLC, located at 8 The Green, Suite E in the City of Dover, United States. Zip code 19901,
hereinafter referred to as the "Administrator". If you have any concerns regarding the "Privacy Policy",
you may contact us by sending an e-mail to: CONTACT@ONGEO-INTELLIGENCE.COM

 

2. ON WHAT LEGAL BASIS DO WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
We attach great importance to the security and legality of the processing of our Users' personal data.
Personal data is processed in accordance with the Data Privacy Framework established between the
United States and the European Union and between Switzerland and the United States. The DPF
principles apply to the collection, use, sharing and storage of personal data from the European
Economic Area ("EEA"), the United Kingdom ("UK"), Gibraltar and Switzerland, (EU-US, including the
extension to the UK, and Switzerland-US). If you want to learn more about DPF then go to:
https://www.dataprivacyframework.gov/s/participant-search/participantdetail?
id=a2zt0000000TR15AAG&status=Active.

 

3. WHO CAN BE THE RECIPIENT OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
The catalog of recipients of the personal data processed by us is primarily based on the scope of
services you use. The recipient of your data is primarily OnGeo LLC as the Data Controller. In situations
where this is the case, the recipients of your data are also the following categories of entities: providers
of hosting, data communications or software maintenance services, entities handling electronic
payments or payment card payments on our Website, as well as providers of legal or consulting
services, and other administrative or technical services not already mentioned, e.g. external
accountants, graphic designers, IT specialists, copywriters.
The indicated entities process personal data on the basis of a personal data processing entrustment
agreement with OnGeo LLC and only in accordance with the instructions of OnGeo LLC. All entities
entrusted with the processing of personal data guarantee the application of appropriate measures for
the protection and security of personal data required by law.

 

4. IS YOUR PERSONAL DATA TRANSFERRED TO THIRD COUNTRIES (OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN
ECONOMIC AREA)?
Your personal data is transferred to the United States of America (USA) due to the location of the Data
Controller. In addition, due to the use of Google services, due to their storage on US servers (in whole
or in part). Google uses compliance mechanisms provided by the DPF (e.g. certificates) or standard
contractual clauses. You will find detailed information on this subject in the content of this provider's
privacy policy, available on its website:
Google: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=pl

 

5. WHAT TYPE OF PERSONAL DATA DO WE PROCESS AND WHAT IS THE PURPOSE AND LEGAL BASIS
FOR PROCESSING AND WHAT IS THE PERIOD FOR STORING PERSONAL DATA?
Your personal data may be processed for different purposes and on different legal bases depending
on which functionalities of our Service you use. The Service does not collect any information
automatically, except for the information contained in cookies.
In particular, the purpose of obtaining personal data from you is to take advantage of the service of
buying a digital product - Satellite Report, but also to carry out marketing activities, market and
statistical analysis, improve the quality of services, fulfill relevant legal obligations incumbent on the
Administrator, including in connection with the following functionalities:

A) Placing an order.
Your personal data provided in connection with placing an order for a service (in particular: e-mail
address; and, if applicable: first and last name, contact telephone number; and in the case of nonconsumer
Customers, additionally company name, company address and tax identification number
[NIP] or other appropriate), are or may be processed for the following purposes:

a) the execution of your order and the performance of the concluded contract - in particular, to confirm
its placement or shipment to you, as well as to contact you about it, if necessary;
b) establishing, defending and asserting claims that may arise in the context of the contractual
relationship between you and the Administrator, and other purposes that are necessary to pursue the
legitimate interests of the Administrator or a third party;
c) issuance and retention of invoices and accounting documents, and processing of complaints and
returns within the time and form prescribed by law;

In any case, providing personal data is voluntary, but necessary to place an order on the Service.
Browsing the Service does not require you to provide personal information.

STORAGE PERIOD
In order to process your order, we will process your data by:
- the period of performance of the contract, unless we are required by law to process the data for
longer, or we will keep the data longer in case you have any claims against us, for the period of
limitation prescribed by law;
- until you successfully object to personal data processed on the basis of the controller's legitimate
interests, including for direct marketing purposes;
- or for other purposes arising from the pursuit of our legitimate interests.
In each case, the longer term of storage of personal data is decisive.

B) Invoices.
If we issue you an invoice in connection with your order, we process your personal data for this purpose
to the extent necessary to issue the invoice - fulfillment of the Administrator's legal obligation. In
addition, all issued invoices are included in the accounting documentation, so your data will naturally
be processed as part of this documentation.

STORAGE PERIOD
In order to issue an invoice, we will process your data for the period of time required. For personal
data involving compliance with obligations under these laws or for other purposes arising from the
fulfillment of our legitimate interests.
In each case, the longer term of storage of personal data is decisive.

C) Visiting the Service.
When you use the Service, additional information may be collected from you, in particular: the IP
address assigned to your computer or your ISP's external IP address, domain name, browser type,
access time, operating system type. Navigation data may also be collected, including information about
the links and references you choose to click on or other actions you take on the Website based on the
Administrator's legitimate interest in facilitating the use of electronically provided services and
improving the functionality of such services.

STORAGE PERIOD
In order to visit the Website, we will process your data until it becomes obsolete or no longer useful -
with respect to personal data processed primarily for analytical, statistical or cookie usage purposes,
or for other purposes arising from the pursuit of our legitimate interests.
In each case, the longer term of storage of personal data is decisive.

D) Conducting e-mail and traditional correspondence.
When contacting us, you provide us with your data (e.g. name, e-mail address, telephone number). If
you direct correspondence to us by e-mail or by mail, the data are processed solely for the purpose of
communication and handling of the matter to which the correspondence relates. In this case, the basis
for processing personal data is the Administrator's handling of correspondence addressed to it in
connection with the operation of the Service.

STORAGE PERIOD
We will process your personal data provided to us in the course of e-mail contact only for the purpose
of processing your order. The content of the correspondence may be subject to archiving.
Correspondence is stored on our servers, or possibly on servers provided by a third-party hosting
provider. We cannot precisely indicate when correspondence is deleted, however, you can always
write to us and ask us to check whether any correspondence with you is still stored, and if so, request
its deletion.

E) Return and Complaint.
If you withdraw from a contract concluded through the Website or make a complaint about a digital
product you have purchased, you will provide us with the data contained in the "Withdrawal Form" or
"Complaint Form", and we will process this data for the purpose of the withdrawal or complaint
procedure. Your personal data provided in connection with the submission of a complaint and
collected in possible further communication, are or may be processed for the following purposes:
a) processing of your complaints, bookkeeping and settlements of the processed complaints (i.e., the
necessity to fulfill a legal obligation incumbent on the Administrator),
b) to establish, defend and assert claims that may arise under a contract between you and the
Administrator, and other purposes that are necessary for the legitimate interests of the Administrator
or a third party (i.e., a legitimate interest pursued by the Administrator or by a third party).
Providing personal data is voluntary, but necessary to make a complaint or withdraw from the
Agreement.
Withdrawal Forms and Complaint Forms are archived by us. The fact of withdrawal from the contract
or submission of a complaint is also recorded on the Website.

STORAGE PERIOD
We will process your personal data for the duration of the processing of your complaint, unless
regulations oblige us to process the data longer or for other purposes arising from the fulfillment of
our legitimate interests. In any case, the longer retention period of your personal data will be decisive.

 

6. WHAT RIGHTS DOES THE STATE HAVE?
Each of you is entitled at any time to:
a) to file a complaint with the national authority;
b) portability of personal data that you have provided to the Controller and that is processed by
automated means and that is processed on the basis of consent or on the basis of a contract;
c) access to personal data (including, for example, receiving information on which personal data are
processed or copies of such data);
d) request rectification and restriction of processing (e.g., if personal data is incorrect) or deletion of
personal data (e.g., if it has been processed unlawfully);
e) revoke any consent given to the Administrator at any time, whereby revocation of consent shall
not affect the processing performed by the Administrator in accordance with the law prior to its
revocation;
f) object to the processing of personal data concerning you carried out for the purposes of the
legitimate interests of the Controller or a third party (if there are no other valid legitimate grounds for
processing overriding your interests). If your personal data is processed for the purposes of direct
marketing, you have the right to object at any time to the processing of personal data concerning you
for such marketing, including profiling, to the extent that the processing is related to such direct
marketing, in which case your personal data may no longer be processed for such purposes;
g) to correct the data;
h) to be forgotten - if further processing is not provided for by currently applicable laws.


§ 4 Cookie Policy.

1. INTRODUCTION.
This Policy on cookies ("cookies") and similar technologies is for informational purposes, which means
that it does not impose obligations on you (it is not a contract or terms and conditions). The purpose
of the Policy is to clearly present the rules of our Service regarding the operation and use of cookies or
similar technologies.
The www.ongeo-intelligence.com website collects automatically only the information contained in
cookies.

 

2. COOKIE CONSENT?
When you visit the site for the first time, as well as in the "Cookie Settings" tab (at the bottom of the
page), you will be shown information about the cookies used. Appropriately accepting and closing this
information means that you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the information
contained therein and in accordance with the provisions of this Privacy Policy. You may withdraw or
modify your consent at any time by deleting cookies and changing the cookie settings in your browser
or in the above-mentioned "Cookie Settings" tab. Remember, however, that disabling cookies may
cause difficulties in using the site, as well as many other websites that use cookies.
A visit to any website causes it to store certain information in your browser, mainly in the form of
cookies. This data may relate to your preferences or the device you are using, and is mainly intended
to make the site work more efficiently. This information usually does not identify you personally, and
it allows you to use the site in a more customized way. Respecting your right to privacy, we allow you
to manage cookies. In the individual tabs, you can learn more about the types of cookies and the
purposes they serve, and change your settings. Keep in mind, however, that blocking certain types of
cookies may also have a negative impact on your convenience of using the site and services.


 3. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text information stored on your terminal device (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone),
which can be read by our data communications system.
Cookies are used primarily to ensure the proper operation of our Website, as well as to perform its key
functions. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they come, the time they are
stored on the end device and a unique number.
In addition, depending on the extent to which you consent to the use of cookie technology, cookies
may also make it easier for you to use the Website, for example, by "remembering" information you
have provided once so that you do not have to provide it each time, as well as may be used to tailor
content, including advertisements presented, to your preferences.
They are used for: Online stores, sites requiring login, advertisements, monitoring of visitor activity,
counters and probes.


4. WHAT FUNCTIONS DO COOKIES PERFORM?
Cookies contain various information about the user of a particular website and the user's history of
activity on the site. The owner of the server that sent the cookies can see what browser the user is
using, see the user's IP, check the history of the pages the user viewed before accessing his site, and
see information about errors that occurred on the site while browsing. However, this data is not
associated with specific individuals, only with the computer connected to the Internet.


5. HOW DO WE USE INFORMATION FROM COOKIES?
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
1. to ensure the proper functioning of the site you expect;
2. to remember your settings during and between visits to the site;
4. to improve the speed and security of using the site;
5. to improve the features available to you on the site;
6. to use analytical tools.
In order to ensure the proper functioning of the Service, we may place or allow a third party to place
cookies on your device. This helps us monitor and check its performance. This entity may include
Google, which collects the necessary data.


6. DO COOKIES COLLECT YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
When using our Service, you have the opportunity to choose the scope of application of the technology
of cookies, and then give the appropriate consent corresponding to the selected scope. Depending on
which scope of cookie technology you agree to, cookies collect various types of information, which, as
a rule, do not constitute personal data (they do not allow you to be identified). However, some
information, depending on its content and use, may be associated with a specific person - attributing
certain behaviors to a specific person, for example, by linking them to the data provided when filling
out a form (preferential cookies), and thus be considered personal data. This applies in particular to
cookies, the use of which you have consented to (e.g. marketing cookies to help us better adapt to the
needs of our customers, analytical or other cookies)). Information on the rules for the use of cookies,
including the possibility to choose the scope of use of cookie technology and give the appropriate
consent, is also made available in the content of the information clause displayed primarily during the
first visit to the Website (the so-called "cookie banner") but also in the tab: "Cookie settings".


7. HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES?
In order to block cookies, you should refer to the information on browser settings, which is available
in the menu (help) of the browser or on the website of its manufacturer. You can set your browser so
that cookies are either not stored on its disk or automatically deleted at a certain time. Also in the tab:
"Cookie settings", the user can change his consent preferences for the types of cookies listed there at
any time.


8. THE TOOLS WE USE?
In order to monitor user information, the Service specifically uses the following tools:
Google, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Search Console, Google AdWords, Google my
Company, Google AdSense, Google Optimizer, Google Data Studio, Youtube, Pushify, Facebook's Pixel,
Twitter, Bing.


9. PROFILING BASED ON COOKIES?
Your personal data will not be used for automated decision-making affecting your rights and
obligations or freedoms within the meaning of the RODO. Profiling is not used to make any automated
decisions against you using the Service.
By observing your online behavior, we create a customer profile so that we can prepare a marketing
offer for your own products and enable you to display your material on advertising networks, especially
the Google network and its partners.


§ 5. FINAL PROVISIONS
1. By using our website, you agree to the provisions of this Privacy and Cookies Policy.
2. Any questions or concerns regarding the Privacy Policy and the use of the Service, please contact us
via email at: CONTACT@ONGEO-INTELLIGENCE.COM
3. We reserve the right to make changes or additions to this Privacy Policy. Any such changes will be
published on www.ongeo-intelligence.comw tab "Privacy Policy".
 

§ 6. PAYMENT OPERATORS
The operator of electronic payments on www.ongeo-intelligence.com is: payment intermediary stripe
(https://stripe.com/en-pl ). Here you can read about the terms of service of the operator:
https://stripe.com/en-pl/privacy


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