TDNet Discover is a brand name of TDNet - a company registered in the state of Israel with offices at Ben Gurion Rd 2, Ramat Gan, Israel.
Our overall policy is to collect the minimum personal data that we need to provide you with our services. We keep personal data for as a short period as possible, do NOT sell it or share it with third parties and take good measures to protect it.
We’re always happy for you to check the data we have about you and we’ll delete it if you want us to – unless this would mean we wouldn’t be able to provide your organization with the TDNet Discover service.
How have we got your information
- You may have given us your personal data yourself. For example, you may have signed up to TDNet Discover, given us your business card at an event, emailed us requesting information, or filled in an online form so that you could download a report, document or some other information.
- The organization you work for may have given us your personal data or asked you to give it to us because your role is key to the TDNet Discover service or because you need to be a(n) TDNet Discover user.
What information do we collect
- If your account was created through Single Sign-On, your organization might have chosen to send other data besides your name and email address. Your organization might use this extra information to personalize your TDNet Discover experience, prefill certain forms, or enrich usage statistics.
This TDNet Discover Privacy Notice can’t address that situation, you need to contact your organization’s TDNet Discover administrator if you have any questions.
- For all our registered accounts we store also the data that you create when interacting with TDNet Discover. For example the saved searches you create, or the publications that you bookmark. In addition we store usage data, such as visits to the OpenURL document resolver, in order to create anonymous usage statistics for your organization.
- If you have created a TDNet Discover account, we store your name and email address.
What we do with your information
- Your name and email address are used to personalize the emails that our system might send to you. These emails might include personalized alerts you’ve set in the system, password reset messages and the like. Your name and email address may be used also to populate forms you make use of.
- We do not send unsolicited emails to our end users.
- We’ll never sell your data.
- In case of SSO, any extra information your organization might send us (for example your department), might be used by your organization to personalize content based on these attributes, and to create statistics.
How we protect your information
- We adopt best industry practice to protect your information. We keep your personal information behind firewalls to prevent unauthorized access and it's encrypted in transit.
- TDNet Discover uses Amazon Web Services. AWS adopts leading security measures and is certified to leading ISO standards.
- We perform weekly penetration tests to verify the security of our systems.
How long do we keep your information
- After 365 days of account inactivity, or with other words, if you didn't log in to your account during the last year, we will remove your personal data from our databases.
- We might anonymize certain data (like visiting logs) for statistical purposes, but in no way will we be able to deduce who it belonged to.
- We will send out a notice before we remove your account.
How you can check or delete your information
- We're happy for you to check the information we have about you at any time, within your TDNet Discover service website, under "My Profile" you can find options to download your information, export your information to a machine-readable format, or to delete your account.
- If you want to know about your information please use the contact details shown at the top of this notice.
Changes to our information security practices
We review our information security practices frequently, so this privacy notice will be updated periodically, therefore we suggest you check it from time to time. The version that appears here was published in May 2018.