Privacy policy This Privacy Policy (the “Policy”) applies to this site controlled by the Service Provider. This Policy describes how Service Provider uses information it obtains about its users when they visit the Site. Please review this Policy carefully. If you have any questions about this Policy, please email support@golive.rs 1. Revisions. Service Provider reserves the unilateral right to modify this Policy from time-to-time. By accessing, using, or joining this Site, you acknowledge that Service Provider possesses this unilateral right and that you will ensure that you stay up-to-date regarding changes to the Policy by checking it on a regular basis. You shall be bound by the terms of the Policy then in effect each time you access or use this Site. 2. Collection of Information. When you sign up for membership on the Site, you are required to provide Service Provider with your name, billing address, email address, postal code, credit card number, and other personal information. This is information Service Provider is collecting from you. Service Provider recognizes that, from time-to-time, the information provided during sign-up may become inaccurate or out-of-date. To modify the information provided during sign-up, please email support@golive.rs. In addition to collecting information if and/or when you register for membership, Service Provider uses cookies to collect, among other things, your location, your IP address, referral websites and your membership ID. You can turn off cookies, but you might not be able to use any or all of the Site, irrespective of whether you are a member. 3. Information Collected The amount of information Service Provider collects from visitors to the Site largely depends upon whether the visitor is a member or is simply browsing the Site. Members of the Site will have the information collected described in Paragraph 2 of the Policy. Service Provider may collect additional personal information in the event you send any communication or correspondence to Service Provider. Service Provider may store any and all information collected in its database(s). 4. Use of Information. The primary use of information collected by Service Provider is to provide you access to and enhance your experience on the Site. More specifically, Service Provider collects information to provide you with varying levels of access to the Site and to ensure you continue to have access to the Site (e.g., for monthly payment purposes). As stated in Paragraph 3, Service Provider also uses cookies to collect information to tailor the Sites to your preferences and generally to make your visits more enjoyable. While those are the primary reasons Service Provider collects information, there are others, including: Advertising and Marketing. Service Provider uses cookies and other passively collected information to improve its advertising and to improve the applicability of its advertising to your interests. Collected information may also be used for general market research and to track the interests of current and former members to one or more of the Sites. Service Provider is not responsible for the collection, use, or security of any information, sensitive, personally-identifying, or otherwise, that you voluntarily share with an advertiser. Legal Service Provider may use your information for legal purposes. i. For example, your information may assist Service Provider in ensuring that you are in compliance with the Terms of Use, including our intellectual property policies and the requirement that you not share your password with third parties. It may also be used as necessary to bring legal action against you in the event that you materially breach Service Provider’s Terms of Use. ii. Service Provider may also share your information with law enforcement to assist in any criminal investigations against you or to comply with any laws or regulations. iii. Service Provider may share your information with a debt collector or legal counsel to collect any fees or other monies owed by you or to otherwise enforce the Terms of Use. iv. In some cases, Service Provider may be subpoenaed to provide your information in a civil or criminal matter. Service provider reserves the right to respond to a subpoena without the necessity of informing you, but Service Provider may provide you with an opportunity to seek to quash the subpoena before responding, in service provider’s sole discretion. 5. Data Security Service Provider takes reasonable efforts to ensure that sensitive or personally-identifying information and data it collects remains secure. It uses reasonable measures any time sensitive, personal information is transmitted. However, nothing is perfect, and Service Provider cannot guarantee that hackers or other cyber-criminals will never be capable of infiltrating its systems. For this reason, you acknowledge and accept that you assume any risk that such breaches may occur despite these measures being in place. Non personally-identifying information may be shared publicly for any purpose. 6. Emails Emails from Service Provider. When you sign up to the Site, you provide Service Provider with an accurate email address. Service Provider maintains a member directory so that it may email you from time-to-time. These emails may concern matters Service Provider thinks you may find interesting, including but not limited to new Sites, programs, and services. Emails from Service Provider and its affiliates are not SPAM, as you have a business relationship with Service Provider as soon as you join the Site. Emails to Service Provider. If you contact Service Provider via email you should be aware that the information you transmit should not be considered private or secure. Please do not transmit any information you would not want to become public.