General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
1. About GDPR
This notice explains how The Island Private School of Limassol processes your personal information/data. In this document “We”, “Us” or “Our” means The Island Private School of Limassol or any part of it.
Our school uses and processes student information within the remit of the (EU) 2016/679 Regulation - General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The Island Private School of Limassol is the Data Controller of personal data about staff, students and their parents and/or guardians. This means that we are responsible for compliance with relevant legislation. Any questions you have in relation to this policy should be directed to

2. How and why we collect Personal Data?
Parents/guardians of students provide us with Personal Data about themselves or their family through the application process and other communication processes (orally, e-mails, calls, documents provided to school etc.). This may include contact details, ID details, personal characteristics (such as language, date of birth, behavioral information), safeguarding information (child’s health, disabilities, allergies, medication, dietary requirements etc.).
We collect and use student information, for the following purposes:
• To support learning process
• To provide appropriate pastoral care
• To monitor and report on student achievement progress
• To evaluate the quality of our services
• For safety reasons

3. Storage and disposure of Personal Data
All Personal Data required by the school needs is stored securely in paper and electronic forms for the set amount of time, and then is being disposed appropriately from all devices (including shredding of all paper documents) to ensure the safeguard of information.

4. Access to Personal Data
We may share the data with teaching and administration staff of our school and with
third parties, where doing so complies with relevant legislation. For example:
• Schools, Universities and/or Further Education Institutions that students may attend after leaving us
• Government agencies where we are compelled to provide Personal Data
• Medical organizations — when it is in the student’s interest to do so

We are open to your concerns or complaints about our collection and use of personal data. You can share your concerns with us or make a request for your personal information through email at
In the unlikely event that your concern or complaint is not satisfied, you can contact: The Office of the Commissioner for Data Protection: 1 Iasonos str., 1082 Nicosia P.O.Box 23378, 1682 Nicosia Tel: +357 22818456 Fax: +357 22304565 Email:
Cookie policy
This cookie policy explains what cookies are and how we use them, including the types of cookies we use, i.e. the information we collect using cookies and how that information is being used, and how the user can control cookie preferences. For more information on how we use, store and protect your personal data, see our Privacy Policy.
You, the user can change or withdraw your consent from the cookie statement on our website at any time. Find out more about who we are, how you can contact us, and how we process personal data in our privacy policy. Your consent applies to the following domain:

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Like most online services, our website uses first-party and third-party cookies for several purposes. First-party cookies are primarily necessary for the proper functioning of the website and they do not collect any of your personally identifiable personal data.
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1. Essential - some cookies are essential for you as user to experience the full functionality of our site. They allow us to maintain user sessions and prevent any security threats. They do not collect or store any personal information.
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Privacy policy

The Island Private School is an international English-speaking, progressive, polysystemic school for children from all over the world from kindergarten to graduation. The school’s curriculum is based on the International Program and/or Waldorf Program for students aged from two (2) to twelve (12) years. Our students consist of a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and nationalities. The curriculum is taught in English, and grades and marks for assessment purposes reflect standard international practice. The Island Private School issues a formal School Leaving Certificate at the end of year 12 to each student successfully competing the curriculum.

We take our responsibilities as a data controller very serious, and we are committed to using the personal data we hold in accordance with the law and purely for the School’s legitimate purpose.

This Privacy Policy is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679, and it provides detailed information about how we process personal data. We undertake to comply with all regulations applicable when processing personal data, in particular the provisions on the Protection of Natural Persons Against the Processing of Personal Data and the free Circulation of this Data, Law 125(I) / 2018, and the General Data Protection Regulation (EU Regulation 2016/679) or the "GDPR"

Please read our Privacy Policy carefully to fully understand how we process personal data. This Privacy Policy applies to the following website If you have questions regarding your personal data or its use, please contact the Data Protection Officer by email at

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to explain to users of the site, the following:
  1. The way in which their personal data is collected and being processed. All data that can identify a user must be considered as personal data, which includes but is not limited to first and last name(s), age, residential and postal address, email address, location of the user or his/her/it’s IP address.
  2. What the users’ rights are regarding his/her/its data.
  3. Whom is the responsible party for the processing of personal data being collected.
  4. Whom these data are transmitted to.
  5. The site's policy regarding “cookie” files defined more in particular in our Cookie Policy.

This Privacy Policy complements the legal notices and the General Conditions of Use, that users can consult at the following address:


We collect and process personal data about prospective, current and former students and their parents and/or legal guardians, staff, suppliers and contractors, friends and supporters, sponsors and any other individuals connected to or visiting The Island Private School including students that is enrolled in our summer school program.

The personal data that we process takes different forms, which includes but is not limited to factual information, expressions of opinion(s), images or other recorded information which identifies or relates to a natural person. The personal data we will collect includes the following:
  1. First name and surname, addresses, telephone numbers (personal/home/office), e-mail addresses and any other relevant contact details.
  2. Parents’ and/or legal guardian’s names (first name and surname), telephone numbers (personal/home/office), identification and/or passport numbers, addresses, e-mail address, nationality, race and sex.
  3. Next of kin data which will include first name and surname, relationship to the parents and/or legal guardian, contact number.
  4. Admission relating documents and information, academic records and marks, disciplinary records, other education related records of students, information about special educational needs, references, examination scripts and marks.
  5. Education and employment data.
  6. Photo images, audio and video recordings.
  7. Financial information.
  8. Programs, courses, meetings and/or events and information relating to school trips and summer school being attended.

We will also need to process special category personal data (e.g. concerning the health and/or ethnicity and religion), and we do so in accordance with applicable law (including with respect to safeguarding or employment) or by explicit consent.


The provisions of Article 5 of the EU Regulation 2016/679, provides the principles that complies with the collection and processing of site user data, as follows:
  1. Lawfulness, loyalty and transparency (data can only be collected and processed with the necessary consent of the user who owns the data. When personal data is collected, the user will be informed that his/her/its personal data is being collected).
  2. Limited purposes (the collection and processing of data is carried out to meet one or more objectives determined in these general conditions of use).
  3. Minimization of the collection and processing of data (only the data necessary for the purpose and proper execution of the objectives by the site are being collected).
  4. Retention of reduced data over time (personal data is only kept for a limited period, or for such time as it will have necessary purpose, of which the user is informed. If the retention period cannot be communicated, the personal data is only kept for as long as we have a legitimate interest, and it is necessary).
  5. Integrity and confidentiality of the data collected and processed (the data controller undertakes to guarantee the integrity and confidentiality of the personal data collected).
  6. Integrity and confidentiality of special category data collected and processed (the data controller undertakes to guarantee the integrity and confidentiality of the data collected).

In order to be lawful and for the legitimate purpose, Article 6 of EU Regulation 2016/679, makes provision for the collection and processing of personal data can only take place if collection and processing complies with at least one of the conditions:

  1. The user has express consent to the processing of his/her/its personal data.
  2. The processing of the personal data is necessary for the proper performance of a contractual obligation and or admission and our service to be provided.
  3. The processing of personal data meets a legitimate obligation.
  4. The processing is explained by a necessity linked to the safeguard of the vital interests of the person concerned or of another natural person.
  5. The processing can be explained by a necessity linked to the performance of a task in the public interest or which comes under the exercise of an official authority.
  6. The processing and collection of personal data is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate and private interests pursued by the controller or by any third party.


  1. Data being collected and processed

The personal data collected on the Island Private School website is as follows:
  1. Name (first name) and surname.
  2. E-mail address.
  3. Phone number (personal/home/office).
  4. Student name (first name) and surname.
  5. Student birthdate.
  6. Students level of English.

This data is being collected when the user performs one of the following actions on the website:
  • Submit and send a pre-registration form(s), registration form(s), or contact form, which will include the date as mentioned above. The data controller will keep all the data collected in its computer systems on the website and under reasonable security conditions for a period of five (5) years or until the data is not necessary to be retained anymore.

The collection and processing of personal data meets the following purposes:
  • E-mail: sending newsletters and/or information leaflets, upcoming events, responding to a request for information.

  1. Transfer of personal data to third parties

Personal data may be transmitted to third parties that include but is not limited to Waldorf of Cyprus, service providers, teachers, referees, sport coaches, Google, ect.

  1. Data Hosting
The Island Private School website is hosted by: Tilda Publishing Ltd. Republic of Ireland.
The data collected and processed by the site are exclusively hosted and processed in Tilda Publishing Ltd. Republic of Ireland.


We will collect most of the personal data we process directly from the individual concerned (in some cases from the students, their parents and/or legal guardians). When necessary, we may also collect data from third parties (these examples include information being collected from previous schools, teachers, referees, sport coaches, professionals or authorities working with the individual) or from any publicly available resources (this will include the media, press and social media) .

Personal data held by us is only processed by appropriate, well informed, and trained staff members and for the purposes for which the data was provided and collected for. We take appropriate technical and organisational steps to ensure the security of personal data about individuals (students/parents and/or legal guardians/staff), including policies around the use of technology and devices, and the access to the school system within our organisation. We will not transfer personal data outside of the European Union unless in circumstances we are satisfied that the personal data that is being transferred will be afforded an equivalent level of protection, and we will inform and notify the individual when such data is transferred outside of the European Union.

In the course of school’s business and day to day operation, we transfer and share personal data (including special category personal data where appropriate) with third parties such as examination boards, the school’s professional advisors, employees, referees, sport coaches, and relevant authorities (e.g. Ministry of Education, Welfare Office, Department of Statistics, Immigration Office, Tax Department, Social Insurance Services). Some of the systems we use are provided by third parties, which includes the hosting of database, school website, school calendar, school email, platforms and applications. This is always subject to contractual assurances that personal data will be kept securely and only in accordance with our specific directions, and which is legitimate. We will not share and/or sell personal data to organisations for their own purposes.


We process personal data to support the school’s operation and activities as a private school duly registered by the Cyprus Ministry of Education and more in particular for the following reasons:
  1. The selection and admission of students and potential students.
  2. The provision of education to students including the administration of the school curriculum and timetable, monitoring student progress and their educational needs, reporting on the above internally and to parents and/or legal guardians and/or professional advisors, administration of students’ entries to internal and external examinations, reporting upon and publishing the results/marks, providing references for students (including after a student has left the school or finished the curriculum).
  3. The provision of educational support and related services to students (and parents and/or legal guardians) including the maintenance of discipline; provision of careers and library services; administration of sports fixtures and teams, school trips, provision of the school’s IT and communications system and virtual learning environment (and monitoring the same) all in accordance with our Student Use of Educational Technology Policy.
  4. The provision of educational courses during school holidays to students enrolled on such courses and/or summer school.
  5. The safeguarding of students’ welfare and provision of pastoral care, welfare, health care services by school staff.
  6. Research into and development of effective teaching and learning methods and best practice which include the International Program curriculum and Waldorf Program curriculum.
  7. Compliance with legislation and regulations including the preparation of information for inspections and the submission of information to the Ministry of Education and other government departments.
  8. Operational management including the compilation of student records; the administration of invoices, fees and accounts, the management of the School’s property, the management of security and safety arrangements (including the use of CCTV in accordance with our CCTV Policy and monitoring of the School’s IT and communications systems in accordance with our Student Use of Educational Technology Policy), management planning and forecasting; research and statistical analysis, the administration and implementation of the School’s rules and policies for students and staff, the maintenance of archives and other operational purposes.
  9. Staff administration including the recruitment of staff and/or engagement of temporary or substituted teachers, sub-contractors, the administration of payroll, social security and annual and sick leave, review and appraisal of staff performance, conduct of any grievance, capability or disciplinary procedures, and the maintenance of appropriate human resources records for current and former staff, and providing references.
  10. The promotion of our school via its website, the prospectus and other publications and communications (including our social media channels).
  11. Maintaining relationships with the wider school community by communicating with the body of current and former students and/or their parents and/or legal guardians and/or organising events.

The processing set out above is carried out to fulfil our legal obligations (including those under our School Application Pre-Admission and Admission Form and staff employment contracts). We also expect these purposes to form our legitimate interests as to the collection of personal data to enable us to render our services as school.


The rights under data protection legislation belong to the individual to whom the data relates to. However, we will often rely on parental and/or legal guardian consent to process personal data relating to students (if consent is required) unless, given the nature of the processing in question, and the student's age and understanding, it is more appropriate to rely on the student's consent. Parents and/or legal guardians should be aware that in the course of the students’ interaction with teachers and other students your own or your child’s personal data may be shared with the class or teacher, depending on the interests of the child (the student), the parents’ and/or legal guardian’s rights at law or under their contract, and all the circumstances involved.

By providing your consent to this privacy policy you acknowledge and consent to the ordinary disclosure of personal data, for the purposes of keeping parents and/or legal guardians informed about the student's activities, progress and behavior, and in the interests of the student's welfare, unless, in the school's opinion, there is a good reason to do otherwise.


We will fundraise from individuals, companies and foundations who want to support our school and events. We do not use third-party profiling companies, but we may analyse publicly available data about potential donors and sponsors (e.g. from LinkedIn, Facebook ect.) to create a profile of interests and preferences so that we can make appropriate requests to such individual(s), companies and foundations.


9.1. The Data Controller
The person responsible for processing personal data is:
Nectaria Ioannou, HR Director of The Island Private School
The HR Director can be contacted by email at the following address
The data controller is responsible for determining the purposes and means used for the processing of personal data and how personal data will be safeguarded.

9.2. Obligations of the data controller
The data controller undertakes to protect the personal data collected, not to transmit them to third parties without the user having been informed and to respect the purposes for which these data were collected. In addition to the above, the data controller undertakes to notify the user in the event of rectification or deletion of the data, unless this entails disproportionate formalities, costs and procedures for the data controller. In the event that the integrity, confidentiality and/or security of the user's personal data is compromised and/or exposed, the controller undertakes to inform the user by any means and within the provided timeframes.

9.3. The Data Protection Officer
In addition, the user is hereby informed that Konstan Biryukov, the HR Director of The Island Private School, has been appointed as the Data Protection Officer. The role of the Data Protection Officer is to ensure the proper implementation of national provisions and supranational laws relating to the collection and processing of personal data. The Data Protection Officer can be reached by email at the following address


In accordance with the regulations concerning the processing of personal data, the user has the rights listed hereinbelow. In order for the data controller to comply with requests, the user is required to communicate, the users first and last name as well as his e-mail address. The data controller is required to respond to the user within a maximum of thirty (30) days. If the request is manifestly excessive or similar to previous requests, we may ask you to reconsider or charge a proportionate fee, but only where GDPR allows it.

Users have various rights under GDPR to access and understand the personal data we hold, and in some cases to ask for it to be erased or amended or for us to stop processing it, but subject to certain lawful exemptions and limitations.

Users will always have the right to withdraw consent, where given, or object to receiving generic or fundraising and/or newsletters communications. Please be aware however, that we may have another lawful reason to process the personal data in question even without your consent. That reason will usually have been asserted under this privacy policy, or may exist under some form of contract or agreement with the individual (e.g. an employment or parent and/or legal guardian contract, or because of a purchase of goods or services). If you would like to access or amend your personal data or would like it to be transferred to another person and/or organisation or have some other objection to how your personal data is used, please make your request in writing to the Data Protection Officer.

You should be aware that certain data is exempt from the right of access. This may include information which identifies other individuals, or information which is subject to legal privilege. We are also not required to disclose any student examination scripts (though examiners' comments may be disclosed), nor any confidential reference given by the school for the purposes of the education, training or employment of any individual.

  1. Right to limitation and opposition of data processing - the user has the right to request the limitation or to oppose the processing of his/her/its data by the site, without the site being able to refuse, except to demonstrate the existence of legitimate and compelling reasons, which may prevail over the interests and rights and freedoms of the user. In order to request the limitation of the processing of his data or to formulate an opposition to the processing of his/her/its data.
  2. Right not to be the subject of a decision based exclusively on an automated process. In accordance with the provisions of EU Regulation 2016/679, the user has the right not to be the subject of a decision based exclusively on an automated process if the decision produces legal effects concerning him/her/it or affects him/het/it significantly in a similar way.
  3. Right to determine the fate of data after death. The user is reminded that he can organize what should be the future of his data collected and processed if he/she/it dies.
  4. Right to refer to the competent supervisory authority. The right to complain to a Data Protection Authority about our collection and use of your personal data. For more information, if you are in the European Economic Area (EEA), please contact your local data protection authority in the EEA. You may report a complaint or if you feel that we have not addressed your concern in a satisfactory manner you may lodge a complaint with the office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection at


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We retain personal data only for a legitimate and lawful reason and only for so long as necessary and/or required by law. We have retention guidelines which set out the time period for which different categories of data are kept. If you have any specific queries about our record retention or wish to request that your personal data is considered for erasure, please contact the Data Protection Officer.


This privacy policy can be viewed at any time on this page. The publisher of the website reserves the right to modify it in order to guarantee its conformity with the law in force. Consequently, the user is invited to regularly consult this privacy policy in order to stay informed of the latest changes and updates that will be made to it. It is brought to the user's attention that the last update of this privacy policy took place on: 24 June 2022. By browsing the site, the user certifies that he/she/it has read and understood this privacy policy and accepts its conditions, with particular regard to the collection and processing of his/her/its personal data, as well as the use of files. " Cookies ". This privacy policy applies to the website:

The purpose of this privacy policy is to explain to user(s) of the website:
  1. The way in which their personal data is collected and processed. Must be considered as personal data, all data that can identify a user. These include the first and last name, age, postal address, email address, location of the user or his/her/its IP address.
  2. What are the rights of users regarding this data.
  3. Who is responsible for the processing of personal data collected and processed.
  4. To whom this data is transmitted.
  5. If applicable, the site's policy regarding “cookie” files.

This privacy policy supplements the legal notices and the General Conditions of Use that users can consult at the address:

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Terms & Conditions
These terms and conditions were last updated on 20 June 2022.
Please read these terms and conditions carefully before using our service and if you note we have a new version of terms and conditions available please ensure that you read the updated version and familiarise yourself with the content of same.


The following definitions shall have the same meaning regardless of whether they appear in singular and/or in plural form.
"Affiliate" shall mean an entity that controls, is controlled by or is under common control with a party, where “control” shall mean ownership of 50% or more of the shares, equity interest or other securities entitled to vote for election of directors or other managing authority.
"Company" (referred to as either “the Company”, “We”, “Us” or “Our” in this Agreement) refers to The Island International School, duly registered in the Republic of Cyprus situated at Grigoriou Xenopoulou 17, 3106 Limassol, Cyprus.
"Country" refers to the Republic of Cyprus.
"Device" means any device that can access the Service such as a computer, a cellphone and/or a digital tablet.
"Service" refers to the Website.
"Terms and Conditions" (also referred as “Terms”) shall mean these Terms and Conditions that form the entire Agreement between you and the Company regarding the use of the service.
"Third-party Social Media Service" shall mean any services or content (including data, information, products or services) provided by a third-party that may be displayed, included or made available by the service.
"Website" refers to The Island International School, accessible from
"You" means the natural person and individual accessing or using the Service, or the Company, or other legal entity on behalf of which such individual is accessing or using the service, as applicable.

These mentioned terms are the Terms and Conditions regulating and governing the use of this service and the Agreement that operates between you and the Company in using the services of the Company. These specific Terms and Conditions set out the rights and obligations of all users regarding the use of the service.
Your access to and use of the service is conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with these Terms and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions apply to all visitors, users and others who access or use the service.
By accessing or using the service, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you disagree with any part of these Terms and Conditions, then you may not access the service.
You represent that you are over the age of 18 years old. The Company does not permit those under 18 to use the service.
Your access to and use of the service is also conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy of the Company. Our Privacy Policy describes our policies and procedures on the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information when you use the application or the website and tells you about your privacy rights and how the law protects you and how we deal with your personal data. Our Cookie Policy describes what type of "cookies" we use. Please read our Privacy Policy and our Cookie Policy carefully before using our service.

Our service may contain links to third-party web sites or services that are not owned or controlled by the Company. The Company has no control over, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third party websites or services. You further acknowledge and agree that the Company shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, neither through its Director, employees and/or Board of Directors and Shareholders, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such content, goods or services available on or through any such websites or services.
We strongly advise you to read the terms and conditions and privacy policies of any third-party websites or services that you visit through our website.

We may terminate or suspend your access to the services immediately, without prior notice or liability, for any reason whatsoever, including without limitation if you breach these Terms and Conditions. Upon termination, your right to use the service will cease immediately and without notice.

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall the Company or its suppliers be liable for any special, incidental, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever (including, but not limited to, damages for loss of profits, loss of data or other information, for business interruption, for personal injury, loss of privacy arising out of or in any way related to the use of or inability to use the service, third-party software and/or third-party hardware used with the service, or otherwise in connection with any provision of this terms), even if the Company or any supplier has been advised of the possibility of such damages and even if the remedy fails of its essential purpose.

The Service is provided to You “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE” and with all faults and defects without warranty of any kind. To the maximum extent permitted under applicable law, the Company, on its own behalf and on behalf of its affiliates and its and their respective licensors and service providers, expressly disclaims all warranties, whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise, with respect to the service, including all implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, and warranties that may arise out of course of dealing, course of performance, usage or trade practice. Without limitation to the foregoing, the Company provides no warranty or undertaking, and makes no representation of any kind that the service will meet your requirements, achieve any intended results, be compatible or work with any other software, applications, systems or services, operate without interruption, meet any performance or reliability standards or be error free or that any errors or defects can or will be corrected.
Without limiting the foregoing, neither the Company nor any of the company’s provider makes any representation or warranty of any kind, express or implied: (i) as to the operation or availability of the service, or the information, content, and materials or products included thereon; (ii) that the service will be uninterrupted or error-free; (iii) as to the accuracy, reliability, or currency of any information or content provided through the service; or (iv) that the service, its servers, the content, or e-mails sent from or on behalf of the Company are free of viruses, scripts, trojan horses, worms, malware, timebombs or other harmful components.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of certain types of warranties or limitations on applicable statutory rights of a consumer, so some or all of the above exclusions and limitations may not apply to you. But in such a case the exclusions and limitations set forth in this section shall be applied to the greatest extent enforceable under applicable law.

All content on this website, including, but not limited to, graphics, images, text, videos, animations, sounds, logos, gifs and icons as well as their formatting are the exclusive property of The Island Private School. Exception of trademarks, logos or content belonging to other partner companies or authors.
Any reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, retransmission or publication, even partial, of these different elements is strictly prohibited without the express written consent of The Island Private School. This representation or reproduction, by any means whatsoever, constitutes an infringement. Failure to comply with this prohibition constitutes an infringement which may engage civil and/or criminal liability of the counterfeiter. In addition, the owners of the copied content may take legal action against you.
Users and visitors to the website can set up a hyperlink to this site, upon the express prior authorization from The Island Private School to set up such hyperlink, but only to the home page. A link to any sub-page is prohibited, as well as the opening of this site within a frame. For any request for authorization or information, please contact us by email

The laws of the Country, excluding its conflicts of law rules, shall govern these terms and your use of the service. Your use of the application may also be subject to other local, state, national, or international laws.

If you have any concern or dispute about the service, you agree to first try to resolve the dispute informally by contacting the Company.

If you are a European Union consumer, you will benefit from any mandatory provisions of the law of the country in which you are resident in.

If any provision of these terms is held to be unenforceable or invalid, such provision will be changed and interpreted to accomplish the objectives of such provision to the greatest extent possible under applicable law and the remaining provisions will continue in full force and effect. Except as provided herein, the failure to exercise a right or to require performance of an obligation under this terms shall not effect a party’s ability to exercise such right or require such performance at any time thereafter nor shall be the waiver of a breach constitute a waiver of any subsequent breach.

These Terms and Conditions may have been translated if we have made them available to you on our service. You agree that the original English text shall prevail in the case of a dispute.

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify or replace these terms at any given time. If a revision is material, we will make reasonable efforts to provide at least 30 days’ notice prior to any new terms taking effect. What constitutes a material change will be determined at our sole discretion.
By continuing to access or use our service after those revisions become effective, you agree to be bound by the revised Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to the new terms, in whole or in part, please stop using the website and the service.

If you have any questions about these Terms and Conditions, you can contact us:
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