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terms and conditions for registered employers for using the cv Services

1              General

1.1          These Terms and Conditions constitute a legally binding agreement between CV-Online and Customer, relating to the use of the Services and personal data processing thereof. By opening an account, Customer confirms that it fully agrees to all the terms and conditions stipulated herein. In case Customer does not agree to the Terms and Conditions, the Customer may not use the Services.

2              DEFINITIONS

2.1          CV-Online – CV-Online Estonia OÜ (registry code 10166144, registered office Pärnu mnt 158/1, 11317 Tallinn, Republic of Estonia).

2.2          Customer – a legal or natural person ordering Services.

2.3          Parties – CV-Online and the Customer.

2.4          Website – the online site created for providing Services related to mediation of jobseekers and employers administered by CV-Online at the address www.cv.ee. The Website contains job offers and job-seeking notices, CVs and other data related to employment.

2.5          Database – the CV-Online database located on the Website.

2.6          GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of Personal Data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC. Unless expressly stated otherwise in these Terms and Conditions, any term shall have the same meaning as stipulated in the GDPR.

2.7          Access Data – the username and password to be communicated by CV-Online to the Customer that are required for accessing the Database.

2.8          Terms and Conditions – these terms and conditions for registered employers for using the CV-Online Database.

2.9          Advertisement – a Customer’s job offer advertisement published in the Database.

2.10        Services – services, including Ad Service and Database Service, aimed at employers as described in the subdivision “Order services” of the section “Employer” of the Website that CV-Online provides to the Customer and for which the Customer pays CV-Online pursuant to the rates provided in the same subdivision.

2.11        Ad Service – a service provided by CV-Online to the Customer, which allows the Customer to publish its job vacancies Advertisements using the Website as a platform, and the job seekers’ applications are transmitted, i.e. either received and stored with, via CV-Online and then forwarded to the Customer or sent directly to the Customer. Ad Service may be included as part of other Services provided by CV-Online.

2.12        Database Service – a service provided by CV-Online to the Customer, which entails giving an access to the Customer to the Database, which contains CVs of all currently active job seekers (the status of a job seeker is defined by CV-Online in accordance with its internal policies and legal relationship with this respective job seeker). Database Service may be included as part of other Services provided by CV-Online.

3              RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF CUSTOMER regarding the services

3.1          If the Customer has paid for the ordered Services or CV-Online has decided to provide Services to the Customer on the basis of credit, CV-Online shall e-mail them data concerning the activation of the access rights to the Database and the Access Data ensuring them the possibility to use the Services during the period of time set out in the description of the respective Service.

3.2          The Customer shall be entitled to disclose their Access Data only to authorised contact persons for the purpose of using the ordered Services, for example their employees through whom the Customer uses the Services.

3.3          The Customer shall be responsible for ensuring that their Access Data are inaccessible to any third parties. If the Customer has a reason to suspect that the Access Data have been made available to third parties, they shall immediately notify CV-Online thereof via e-mail. In this case, CV-Online shall invalidate the Customer’s Access Data and issue new Access Data. The aforesaid data shall be sent in writing to the e-mail address submitted by the Customer upon registration or communicated in another manner agreed on with the Customer via e-mail.

3.4          The Customer shall inform CV-Online via e-mail within three working days of any changes in the contact person of the Customer, setting out the date as of which the former contact person no longer has the authorisation to use the Database Service on behalf of the Customer, as well as the name of the new contact person, and also give notice of the date as of which the new contact person is granted the authorisation to use the Database Service on behalf of the Customer, e-mail address and telephone number of the new contact person. After receiving a respective notice from the Customer, CV-Online shall invalidate the former Access Data on the date specified by the Customer and submit new Access Data to the Customer’s new contact person’s e-mail address.

3.5          The Customer shall use the data gathered from using the Database Service only for their own purposes with the objective of finding employees and not communicate it or any parts of it to any third parties without the written approval of CV-Online. As an exception, staff recruitment agencies are permitted to communicate information to their contractual partners for the purpose of offering employment mediation services. Staff recruitment agencies must ensure that their customers only use the data of jobseekers pursuant to the objectives and extent provided in the Terms and Conditions and apply similar technical and organisational measures for protecting the personal data of jobseekers as provided in the Terms and Conditions.

3.6          The Customer shall not perform any activities with the aim of copying or damaging the Database and/or the Website in part or in full or interrupting the operation thereof, including, but not limited to, via any computer programs (applications, scripts, command prompt queries, etc.).

3.7          Whilst using the Ad Service, the Customer shall be able to use one Advertisement for publishing only one job offer. The Advertisement must comply with the requirements of legislation and contain accurate and reliable information that corresponds to the ethical and moral standards prevalent in society. The Customer shall be responsible for the content of the Advertisement.

3.8          The Advertisement must only contain the Customer’s contact details. Including the contact details of any third parties in the Advertisement shall only be permitted upon a previous agreement with CV-Online concluded via e-mail or signed in writing.

3.9          As a general rule, the Advertisment may contain the employer's e-mail address. CV-Online reserves the right to prohibit publishing the Customer's e-mail address.

3.10        The Customer authorises CV-Online to inspect the Advertisements and the information contained therein in information channels not controlled by the Customer. The authorisation of CV-Online set out in this clause shall not restrict the Customer’s rights, i.e. the Customer shall be entitled to also publish Advertisements and the information contained therein in other information channels independently or via representatives. Upon the illegal copying or publishing of Advertisements and the information contained therein or making them available to unauthorised persons in any other manner in information channels whose administrators are not CV-Online or its partners, the Customer authorises CV-Online to take any required legal measures in order to stop the illegal use and publication of the data contained in the Database.

3.11        The Customer shall be entitled to order additional Services at any time, including the extension of the period of access to the Database and/or increasing the number of Advertisements.

4              RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF CV-ONLINE

4.1          CV-Online shall ensure the provision of the Services chosen by the Customer pursuant to the terms and conditions set out in the description of the Services after the receipt of the fee from the Customer.

4.2          For the purpose of using the Services, CV-Online shall send a notice to the Customer’s e-mail address registered in the Database concerning the activation of access to the Database by means of which the Customer shall receive the Access Data.

4.3          CV-Online shall ensure the uninterrupted operation of the Database and the accessibility of the data entered in the Database online 24 hours a day. If access to the Database is interrupted due to the acts or omissions of CV-Online (including its employees, contractors and/or subcontractors), CV-Online shall, at the request of the Customer, extend the period of using the Services proportionately to the period of time in which access to the Services was interrupted. Should CV-Online foresee that using the Services may be interrupted, it shall inform the Customer’s contact person thereof in due time.

4.4          CV-Online shall be entitled to demand that the Customer removes an Advertisement entered in the Database if it contains information that is contrary to these Terms and Conditions and the legislation of the Republic of Estonia. If the Customer fails to make the required amendments to the Advertisement within two working days, CV-Online shall be entitled to remove the Advertisement from the Database. CV-Online shall not be liable for any damage caused to the Customer arising from such removal. CV-Online shall also be entitled to unilaterally remove any Advertisements that are not job offer advertisements and any job offer advertisements that are not in compliance with the applicable legislation and moral standards or are clearly related to activities leading to a violation of human rights (human trafficking, enslaving, etc.).

4.5          CV-Online shall be entitled to change the Database procedures and menu structure without giving the Customer prior notice.

4.6          All rights to the Database belong to CV-Online. The Customer may only use the data contained in the Database for the purpose of using the Services within the scope set out in the description of the Services ordered by the Customer. When using the Database in any manner whatsoever (including for the purpose of using the Services), the Customer shall not receive the copyright to the software required for the operation of the Database.

4.7          CV-Online shall be entitled to unilaterally amend these Terms and Conditions, giving notice of the amendments and making the new Terms and Conditions available on the Website at least five days before the entry into force of the amendments.

5              PRIVACY STATEMENT

5.1          For the provision of the Services to the Customer, CV-Online is processing the personal data of the following data subjects: Customer’s representatives/employees whose personal data is processed while registering for the Services and while providing the Services.

5.2          The Customer is aware that it, as a legal entity, is considered to be a data controller regarding its employees, management board members and other natural persons who represent the Customer and through whom the Customer is entitled to use the Service.

5.3          Therefore, the Customer is required to provide to the foregoing persons all the relevant notices and/or obtain all necessary consents, or ensure the existence of other legal grounds, for the processing of the said personal data by CV-Online for providing the Service to the Customer.

5.4          In case, despite the correct fulfilment of the obligations by the Customer as stated in Section 5.3 above, CV-Online is considered to be a data controller regarding the Customer’s representatives/employees whose personal data is processed while registering for the Services and while providing the Services, CV-Online hereby, in this privacy statement (the “Privacy Statement”), informs the affected natural person of the processing of his/her personal data (the “Affected Person”). The Customer is obliged to make the information presented herein known to the Affected Person.

5.5          CV-Online processes the Affected Person’s personal data only for the preparation, execution and ensuring the execution of the Terms and Conditions, as concluded with the Customer, and for the provision of the Services to the Customer. CV-Online may also process the personal data of the Affected Person for: (i) commencing any legal actions against, or defending itself against any legal actions by, the Affected Person or the Customer; and (ii) for providing and administering the Services.

5.6          All the processing activities for the purposes described under Section 5.5 are done under the legitimate interest of CV-Online and the Customer. The legitimate interests of the Customer and CV-Online are to ensure the fulfilment of the Terms and Conditions, enforcing any rights deriving from applicable legislation and to enable direct and clear communication between the Customer and CV-Online via the Affected Person, taken into account the position of the Affected Person in the Customer’s organization.

5.7          The personal data of the Affected Person may be accessible to the sub-processors of CV-Online, who are used for the provision of the Service.

5.8          The provision of the personal data by the Affected Person is not mandatory, however, not presenting such data affects CV-Online’s possibility to conclude the Terms and Conditions with the Customer, meaning, that CV-Online is not able to provide the Services to the Customer, which may result the Affected Person facing legal or other consequences on behalf of the Customer.

5.9          Under the applicable legislation, the Affected Person has the right to request the following rights to be exercised by CV-Online: the right to request access to the personal data and rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing concerning the Affected Person or to object to the processing of the personal data and to lodge a complaint to the respective supervisory authority. The Affected Person takes note that he/she may be limited in exercising of the foregoing rights, as described under applicable legislation.

5.10        As the personal data regarding the Affected Person is processed in relation to the documentation of the Terms and Conditions and any legal claims which may arise from the foregoing, then the personal data of the Affected Person is processed as long as the foregoing documentation is retained, and any legal claims are expired under applicable legislation. The Agreement and any related documentation is retained for a period of maximum 10 years, taken into account the expiration of the possible legal claims.

6              The Processor and Controller of the Personal Data and specification of personal data

6.1          Depending on which of the Services the Customer will use, the data processing roles of the Customer and CV-Online are defined as follows:

6.1.1      The Ad Service:  For the purposes of finding a suitable employee via the Ad Service, the Customer is the data controller and CV-Online is the data processor of the processing activities regarding the personal data of job seekers, who have applied to the vacancies published by the Customer.
For the purposes of providing the Ad Service, CV-Online, as the data processor, will process the personal data of job seekers only to the extent it is necessary for transmitting the job applications via the processor’s systems to the controller’s possession.
The Customer, as a data controller, is required to ensure that it will fulfil, in relation to the relevant job-seeker, all the necessary notification and other requirements, deriving from the applicable data protection legislation, including the need to ensure the existence of relevant legal grounds for the processing of the job seeker’s personal data by the Customer. The Customer shall take note that in case the applicant is a registered and logged in job seeker his/her personal data which has been transmitted to the Customer, may be processed by CV-Online for other purposes which derive from the agreement concluded between CV-Online and the job seeker.
In order to provide the Ad Service, CV-Online processes job seekers’ personal data that does not belong to the special categories of personal data and which comprises of personal data, made available to CV-Online by the job seeker, including but not limited to: e-mail address, full name, phone number, and other personal data provided in job seeker’s CV whilst applying for a specific position. CV-Online shall process the personal data for which the Customer is the controller while providing the Ad Service, and also after that, if it is required by applicable laws, for the purposes and to the extent stipulated herein.

6.1.2      The Database Service: For the purposes of finding a suitable employee via the Database Service, the Customer is a separate data controller from CV-Online regarding the personal data of the active job seekers, whom CVs are displayed in the Database.
For the purposes of providing the Database Service, CV-Online is processing the personal data of all job seekers registered with CV-Online via the Website. Regarding the said job seekers’ personal data, CV-Online is deemed to be a data controller (a separate one from the Customer). CV-Online, as a controller is processing the job seekers’ personal data under a separate agreement concluded between CV-Online and the job seeker.
CV-Online grants the access to the Database for the Customer only for employment-related purposes. The Customer is aware and acknowledges that it, as a data controller, takes full responsibility for the processing of any personal data contained in the Database for any purposes and through any means the Customer has foreseen.

6.1.3      The Services: In case the Customer wishes to access the Services, then, if the Services consist of the Ad Service and the Database Service, the Customer is deemed to be a data controller and CV-Online is deemed to be data processor in regard to the Ad Service and the Customer and CV-Online are considered to be independent data controllers in regard to the Database Service. The respective purposes and scope are defined in Sections 6.1.1. and 6.1.2. of these Terms and Conditions.

6.2          In the context of services mentioned in Sections 6.1.1.-6.1.3., the Customer as a controller, is required to ensure that it will fulfil, in relation to the relevant job seekers, all the necessary notification and other requirements, deriving from the data protection legislation, including the need to ensure the existence of relevant legal grounds for the processing of the job seeker’s personal data.

7              Obligations of CV-Online as Personal Data Processor

7.1          The current Section is applicable for the provision of Ad Service (separately or part of the Services) only, as provided by CV-Online.

7.1.1      If CV-Online acts as a data processor for the purposes of the Ad Service, CV-Online shall:

7.1.1.1     process the personal data solely on behalf of the controller, on the basis of reasonable instructions given by the Customer, in accordance with the data protection legislation and the Terms and Conditions, to the extent necessary for the performance of the Services;  

7.1.1.2     process the personal data only on documented instructions given by the controller, including with regard to transfers of personal data to a third country or an international organisation, unless required to do so by European Union or Estonian laws to which the processor is a subject. In such a case, the processor shall promptly inform the controller of that legal requirement before processing, unless that law prohibits such information on important grounds of public interest;

7.1.1.3     transfer personal data to third countries provided that it applies any of the appropriate safeguards, as stipulated in Article 46 of GDPR;

7.1.1.4     ensure that persons authorised to process the personal data have committed themselves to confidentiality or are under an appropriate statutory obligation of confidentiality;

7.1.1.5     apply all reasonable security measures, as required pursuant to the data protection legislation, including to the maximum extent the measures stipulated in Article 32 of the GDPR;

7.1.1.6     assist the controller by appropriate technical and organisational measures for the fulfilment of the controller’s obligation to respond to requests for exercising the data subject’s rights laid down in the data protection legislation, including the obligations in Chapter III of the GDPR;

7.1.1.7     assist the controller in ensuring compliance with the obligations laid down in the data protection legislation, including in the Articles 32-36 of the GDPR, insofar it is possible and not unreasonably burdensome;

7.1.1.8     during the term of providing the Ad Service, if the functionality of the Ad Service does not include the option for Customer to delete the personal data, comply with any reasonable request from the Customer to facilitate such deletion, insofar as it is possible taking into account the nature and functionality of the Ad Service and unless applicable legislation requires retention of such data,  The Customer shall take note that CV-Online is retaining the personal data for a period of 3 years after the end of the respective Ad Service.

7.1.1.9     make available to the controller all information necessary to demonstrate compliance with the obligations deriving from the Terms and Conditions and data protection legislation, and contribute to audits, including inspections, conducted by the Customer or auditor mandated by the Customer. The Customer shall cover the expenses relating to the aforementioned audit and informs CV-Online about the audit at least 20 working days in advance.

7.1.2      CV-Online shall notify the Customer promptly, but not later than within 48 hours after:

7.1.2.1     becoming aware of a personal data breach; or

7.1.2.2     if in its opinion an instruction given by the Customer infringes the data protection legislation.

7.1.3      CV-Online is allowed to engage other processors without Customer’s prior written consent. CV-Online shall notify Customer of the identities of the processors, if requested by the Customer. If CV-Online engages another processor, it shall:

7.1.3.1     engage processors, that provide sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures in such a manner that the processing will meet the requirements of data protection legislation and the protection of the data subject’s rights; and 

7.1.3.2     make reasonable efforts to oblige such processor, through concluding a contract, to fulfil obligations equivalent to that agreed herein.

7.2          CV-Online, as a processor in the provision of Ad Services, is aware that it is fully reliable for the performance and non-performance of the processor(s) engaged, to the extent the processor breaches the data protection legislation.

7.3          CV-Online, as a processor in the provision of Ad Services, is aware that pursuant to Article 28(10) of the GDPR, if the processor exceeds the scope of the powers given herein and processes the personal data for other purposes, then the processor shall be considered to be a controller in respect of that processing.

8              Liability of Parties

8.1          CV-Online shall be entitled to unilaterally terminate the provision of Services without providing an advance notice and without refunding the Customer the fee paid for the Services if the Customer has violated these Terms and Conditions and has failed to eliminate the violation within 10 working days as of the receipt of a respective warning from CV-Online via e-mail.

8.2          The Customer shall be entitled to waive the further use of the Services at any time irrespective of the reason by notifying CV-Online thereof via e-mail. In this case, the Customer shall not be entitled to demand that the fee paid for the Services be refunded.

8.3          The Customer shall be liable for the damage caused to CV-Online by violating these Terms and Conditions.

8.4          CV-Online shall not be liable for the accuracy or content of the data entered in the Database or any damage caused to the Customer as the result of using the data contained in the Database. The Customer shall conclude precontractual negotiations with jobseekers and enter into contracts with them independently without the intermediation of CV-Online.

8.5          Both Parties, if acting as data controllers, are liable towards each other for any damages they have caused to the other Party, regarding the processing of personal data, which derive from any breaches of the data protection legislation and any claims made by the data subjects. CV-Online, as a data processor, shall only be liable for any direct monetary damages, excluding any economic (loss of profit), indirect or any other damages, which derive from breaches of data protection legislation it has caused due to its own actions or inactions.

9              FINAL PROVISIONS

9.1          After the expiry of the period for using the Services, the Customer shall be unable to use the respective Services, but they shall retain access to the data they have entered in the Database (Advertisements and letters sent to applicants).

9.2          If the Terms and Conditions provide that CV-Online must be given notice via e-mail, the Customer shall send such notices to the e-mail address of the customer administrator assigned by CV-Online and a copy of the e-mail to info@cv.ee.

9.3          The Parties shall attempt to resolve any disputes arising in the course of the performance of their obligations by way of negotiations. Failing agreement, the dispute shall be resolved in the Harju County Court in compliance with the legislation of the Republic of Estonia.

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PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF CV-ONLINE DATABASE FOR REGISTERED JOBSEEKERS

1              DEFINITIONS

1.1          CV-Online – CV-Online Estonia OÜ, registry number 10166144, registered address: Pärnu mnt 158/1, Tallinn, 11317, Republic of Estonia. E-mail: info@cv.ee.

1.2          Database – the CV-Online database located on the Website or accessible via the Website, containing job offers, job-seeking notices and other data related to employment.

1.3          User – a natural person who has accepted these Terms and Conditions, has registered in the Database and has created a user account.

1.4          Terms and Conditions – these terms and conditions with a privacy policy for registered jobseekers for using the CV-Online Database.

1.5          Data Recipient – a legal or natural person who uses the Database for seeking and selecting employees, including for themselves or their clients, or for other services offered to employers by CV-Online via the Website and to whom CV-Online communicates or makes accessible the User Data in compliance with these Terms and Conditions.

1.6          Parties – CV-Online and the User.

1.7          Services – all CV-Online services aimed at jobseekers as described in the subdivisions of the section “Jobseeker” of the website www.cv.ee. Employment mediation services (including the possibility to add the User’s CV to the Database, search for and receive suitable job offers via e-mail, participate in the application processes, etc.) are free of charge for the User. The User shall pay a fee to CV-Online for additional services (consulting, testing, advertising, etc.) in the amount and pursuant to the terms and conditions set out in the description of the respective Service.

1.8          Personal Data - User Data, Access Data, Technical Data, Communication Data, and Cookie Data shall be understood as personal data as stipulated in the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

1.9          User Data – any and all data relating to the User entered by the latter in the Database, including those entered in the registration form, the data entered in the Database in CV form and other data processed by CV-Online in relation to the User. User Data includes but is not limited to: date of birth, gender, mother tongue, job status, education, phone number, country of residence.

1.10        Access Data– User Data provided by the User himself/herself, containing the username and password chosen by the User when registering as a User or later changed by the User in the Database. Access Data also includes User Data received from third-party service providers (for example, LinkedIn, Facebook, Google) the User has chosen to register or log in with, including but not limited to: User’s name, profile picture, age range, gender, e-mail, previous job experience, and other publicly available profile data.

1.11        Technical Data – User Data generated and collected automatically from User’s device used to reach the Website, including but not limited to: IP address (including location based on the IP address), access-provider, referring URL, date, time, access tokens, browser type and version, operating system, amount and state of transferred data, location data.

1.12        Communication Data - data the User provides to CV-Online during any correspondence exchanged between the User and CV-Online via electronic means (for example via Website, e-mails) including but not limited to: User’s name, e-mail, contents of the message.

1.13        Cookie Data – CV-Online uses cookies on the website, which may collect User’s Personal Data.

1.14        Website – the web-based environment created for providing Services related to the mediation of jobseekers and employers, as administered by CV-Online at the address www.cv.ee.

2              RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF USER

2.1          After filling in the registration form and accepting the Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions, the User shall be granted access to the Database for using the Services by means of the Access Data. In case the User would like to access Services to which access is subject to paying a fee, the User is granted access to such Services on the conditions set forth by CV-Online (as described on the Website) and only after the respective payment has been successfully completed or the payment has been received by CV-Online.

2.2          The User shall maintain the confidentiality of the Access Data and not disclose them to anyone. The User is fully responsible for using the Access Data.

2.3          If the User has forgotten the Access Data or parts of it or it is suspected that the Access Data have become available to third parties, the User must immediately change the Access Data via their user account in the Database or notify CV-Online thereof via e-mail or telephone, following which CV-Online shall change the Access Data on behalf of the User.

2.4          The User shall only enter correct and accurate User Data in the Database that does not contain incorrect or misleading information concerning their education, work experience or character traits. The User shall be liable for the damage caused to CV-Online and any third parties due to their submitted User Data being incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete.

2.5          All rights to the Database and Website belong to CV-Online. When using the Website, the Database and the Services, the User shall not acquire any rights to the Database or Website or parts thereof. The User may use the data contained in the Database for contacting employers in good faith via the contact details provided in the job advertisements for the purpose of applying for a specific job/position. The User may not make any extracts or copies of the Database or use it for purposes other than using the Services. Likewise, the User may not damage the Database, upload any illegal or improper content, or interrupt the operation thereof. When using the Database in any manner whatsoever (including, for the purpose of using the Services), the User shall not acquire any rights, including any copyrights or other intellectual property rights to the underlying software required for the operation of the Database.

2.6          The User shall be entitled to supplement, correct and replace the User Data he has entered into the Database and to decide on its accessibility to the Data Recipients (the right to change the status of User Data, i.e. to make their contact info hidden in the CV or unhide it again, or email to info@cv.ee with a request to block CV from employers). CVs with unhidden and hidden contact info are visible to the Data Recipients who have ordered the paid services in the CV search. However, employers are unable to search for a person based on their name. In case User hides his/her contact info in the CV, the contact details of the person such as their name, telephone number and e-mail, as well as info that will help to identify a person including but not limited to: previous employers’ names, names of educational institutions, referees’ names and contacts are hidden. The CVs of Users with blocked User Data are visible to the Users themselves but not visible in the CV search.

2.7          In order to delete the User’s account, the User must send a respective application to info@cv.ee. CV-Online shall delete the User’s account within seven days at the latest as of the receipt of a respective application from the User, subject to limitations stated in Section 4.11 below.

3              RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF CV-ONLINE

3.1          CV-Online shall enable the use of the Services, including access to the Database, by the User pursuant to these Terms and Conditions and as further stipulated under the respective sections of the Website governing the provision of specific Services.

3.2          If CV-Online has a reason to believe that the User Data of the User entered into the Database is incorrect, erroneous, illegal, promotes or indicates to illegal activities or fails to meet the generally accepted moral standards, CV-Online shall be entitled to delete the entered data from the Database.

3.3          CV-Online is not an authorised representative or agent of the Data Recipients, and therefore CV-Online shall not be liable for any damage that may be caused to the User when seeking a job or participating in application processes presented in the Database and Website. The User shall commence precontractual negotiations and enter into an employment contract with the Data Recipient independently without the mediation of CV-Online, and the latter shall not be responsible for any promises given by the Data Recipient to the User or their failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the employment contract.

3.4          CV-Online shall not guarantee that the User finds a job via the Website and shall not communicate with persons in need of employees for this purpose.

3.5          CV-Online shall not be liable for any illegal or unauthorised use of the User Data made available by the User to the Data Recipients or the confidentiality of such data if the Data Recipient shall ensure confidentiality.

3.6          CV-Online shall be entitled to change the Website, Database, Database’s procedures, Services’ structures and menu structure without giving the User a prior notice.

4              Processing of Personal Data by cv-online

4.1          The controller of the User’s Personal Data processed for the purposes of providing the Service in compliance with these Terms and Conditions is CV-Online.

4.2          CV-Online processes the following categories of User’s Personal Data: User Data, Access Data, Communication Data, Technical Data and Cookie Data.

4.3          CV-Online’s legal basis for processing the User’s Personal Data depends on the objective and context in which CV-Online collects the Personal Data. CV-Online processes the User’s Personal Data on the following four legal grounds: performance of a legal obligation, performance of the Terms and Conditions, CV-Online’s legitimate interest or the User’s consent.

4.4          If the legal basis for processing the User’s Personal Data is:

4.4.1      legitimate interest, then this means first and foremost the objective and legitimate interest of providing the Services and essential functionalities of the Website;

4.4.2      consent, then this means first and foremost the objective of ensuring an effective user experience by adjusting content, as without the User’s consent it would not be possible to tailor the Website and the Services to meet User’s preferences; 

4.4.3      performance of the Terms and Conditions, then this means first and foremost the objective of providing and fulfilling the obligations in regard to the provision of the Services;

4.4.4      compliance with an obligation arising from legislation, then this means first and foremost that CV-Online is required to process certain User Data as required by law. In this case CV-Online cannot decide which data are collected and processed, as it derives from applicable laws.

4.5          The following depicts a descriptive list of processing purposes that are linked to specific data categories and legal basis for processing:

Processing purpose

Legal basis for the processing purpose

Categories of Personal Data used by CV-Online as  controller for the processing purpose

Diagnosing and repairing problems with the Services, the Database and the Website

Legitimate interest in providing (data) security and prevent fraudulent actions

Technical data

Enabling communication between the User and CV-Online

Legitimate interest in providing effective client communications and the Services itself

Performance of the Terms and Conditions, as depending on the content and purpose of the communication

Communication Data, Technical Data

Providing the functioning and accessibility to the Website and to the Database

Legitimate interest in providing basic functionalities of the Website and the Database

Technical Data, Cookie Data

Improving, personalising and developing the Service and the Website

Legitimate interest in developing and enhancing the Website and the user experience in the course of regular business activities

Technical Data, Cookie Data

Verifying the User’s identity

Performance of the Terms and Conditions

Access Data

Providing the Service and enabling access to the Database

Performance of the Terms and Conditions

Access Data, Technical Data, User Data, Communication Data

Performing sales analysis and identifying marketing opportunities and strategies

Legitimate interest for the purposes of promoting CV-Online and enhancing business opportunities

Technical Data, Cookie Data

Tailoring the contents of the Website and general communication to suit the User’s preferences

Consent

 

Technical Data, certain Cookie Data

Making the User’s CV accessible to registered Data Recipients of the Website with the objective of performing a trial search

Consent

User Data

Profiling for the purposes of mediating the User and a suitable employer pursuant to the metrics/means automated decision making

Legitimate interest in providing the Services more effectively and ensuring a more positive impact for the employment-prospects of the User

User Data; Cookie Data

Profiling for the purposes of mediating the User information to registered Data Recipient of Website with the objective of seeking and selecting employees, including for themselves or their clients

Legitimate interest in providing the Services more effectively and ensuring a more positive impact for the employment-prospects of the User

User Data; Cookie Data

Notifying the User of the Services, opportunities and news of CV-Online and its partners via the e-mail address entered when registering via the Website

Consent

User Data

Notifying the User via e-mail of new job offers that meet the conditions set out by the User or in the User’s CV

Consent

User Data

Asking User whether they received feedback from the Data Recipient to whose job the User applied to

Legitimate interest in providing the Services more effectively and ensuring a more positive impact for the employment-prospects of the User

User Data

Forwarding User’s application data to the Data Recipient who posted the job advertisement

Performance of the Terms and Conditions

User Data

Deleting (potentially) erroneous and/or incorrect User Data

Performance of the Terms and Conditions

 

Performance of a legal obligation (e.g. GDPR)

 

Legitimate interest in developing and enhancing the Website and the user experience in the course of regular business activities

User Data

Selling CV-Online’s business operations or for onboarding investors

Legitimate interest for ensuring business continuity and enabling the onboarding of different investors

User Data, Access Data, Technical Data, Communication Data, Cookie Data

 

4.6          Please note that the respective employer to whom the User agrees to transmit his/her Personal Data is a separate data controller in respect of the Personal Data. The employer shall process User’s personal data in the manner and for the purposes of which it has informed the User separately.

4.7          CV-Online may process User’s data for other purposes, provided that CV-Online discloses the purposes to the User at the relevant time, and that the User either agrees to the proposed use of the Personal Data or legal grounds exists or if the new purpose is compatible with the original purpose brought out herein.

4.8          Please note that in the course of Services, CV-Online might analyse the User’s User Data to build individual profiles. These profiles will be used to predict suitable Data Recipients that match the User’s profile and needs. The profiling is based on User’s preferences and requirements set in the User Data. CV-Online expects that the profiling will have no extensive impact other than providing the User with a more customised and pleasant user experience whilst using CV-Online’s Services. 

4.9          CV-Online would like to emphasise that the submission of User Data and Access Data is an obligation arising from the Terms and Conditions and the failure to submit them or the request that their processing be terminated or restricted may render it impossible for CV-Online to provide the Services to the User pursuant to the Terms and Conditions. If the User files a respective request with regard to the processing of his/her User Data, CV-Online shall be entitled to suspend the provision of the Services to the User and to delete the User’s account along with any and all data related thereto. In the respective case, the User may also apply that his/her account and any and all data related thereto be deleted.

4.10        User’s Personal Data shall be stored insofar as reasonably necessary to attain the objectives stated in Section 4.5. of the Terms and Conditions, unless stipulated otherwise in applicable laws.

4.11        After the term mentioned in Section 4.10. of the Terms and Conditions, CV-Online will delete User’s respective data immediately, except as noted below:

4.11.1    CV-Online has the right to retain the Access Data and User Data after the User has requested to delete his/her account for the purposes of enforcing the Terms and Conditions, presenting, resolving, mitigating and defending any claims and disputes related to the User and in relation to the activities related to the respective User’s account, however, in ordinary circumstances this retention period shall not exceed 3 years;

4.11.2    CV-Online retains the User’s Personal Data for a longer period if it is necessary to comply with the CV-Online’s legal obligations and meet regulatory requirements;

4.11.3    CV-Online may anonymize User’s data and retain this anonymized information indefinitely.

4.12        CV-Online does not communicate User Data to any third parties except in the following instances:

Categories of Recipients

Reason for sharing

Data Recipients

As described in these Terms and Conditions, the User can make his/her Personal Data accessible to the Data Recipients by choosing such account settings via the Database, thus making the User Data accessible or visible; any other sharing is being done on the basis of the User’s own activity whereby the User requests to send certain User Data to the Data Recipients in the course of a job-application process.

Law enforcement and data protection authorities

Only if CV-Online is under a duty to disclose or share User’s Personal Data in order to comply with any legal obligation (for example, if required to do so under applicable law, by a court order or for the purposes of prevention of fraud or other crime).

Operational service providers (legal advisors, auditors etc. bound to confidentiality)

Ensuring adequate performance of the website and the Service and functioning thereof; enforcing the Terms and Conditions.

Third parties in the context of selling CV-Online’s business operations or for onboarding investors

For ensuring business continuity and enabling the onboarding of different investors.

Authorised processors

CV-Online may transfer Personal Data to third party service providers who act as data processors and may operate the technical infrastructure that CV-Online needs to host, store manage and maintain the Services, its contents and the data that CV-Online processes, also to provide data backup and security.

Please see the list of the categories of the processors used by CV-Online:

Cloud / infrastructure host,
Software development partner,
E-mail service provider,
Client Relationship Management tool provider,
Authentication service provider.

Group companies

Cost optimisation and general business management

 

4.13        Please note that some service providers might be located outside the EU/EEA, thus CV-Online may transfer User’s Personal Data outside the EU/EEA (including the whole Database). In such cases CV-Online shall opt to use special personal data protection safeguards, in order to ensure the safety of User’s Personal Data. The Users have the right to get acquainted with or obtain information on the transferring of their Personal Data outside the EU/EEA by contacting CV-Online using the contact information specified in Section 1.1. of the Terms and Conditions.

4.14        The User has the following data protection rights, which can be exercised by contacting CV-Online via contact information referred to in Section 1.1. of the Terms and Conditions, the User has the right to:

4.14.1    request that CV-Online provides information as to which User Data CV-Online is processing with respect to him/her and request that User Data is supplemented, corrected or replaced if the User is unable to exercise these rights in the manner provided in Section 2.6. of the Terms and Conditions.

4.14.2    request deletion of the User Data and termination of any further processing;

4.14.3    request restrictions to the processing of the User Data or file objections to the processing of the User Data if the processing is based on CV-Online’s legitimate interest;

4.14.4    file complaints to the respective supervisory authority with regard to the processing of the User Data if the User finds that his/her rights are violated;

4.14.5    not be subject to a decision based solely on automated decision making, including profiling, where the decision would have a legal effect on the User or produce a significant effect;

4.14.6    withdraw the User’s consent to the processing of the Personal Data in the cases where the legal basis for the Personal Data processing is the User’s consent. For withdrawing consent, the User may use the contact information referred to in Section 1.1. of the Terms and Conditions;

4.14.7    exercise their right to the portability of the User Data pursuant to Article 20 of Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

4.15        The User has the right to communicate with CV-Online’s data protection officer in order to obtain information on the processing of his/her Personal Data, using the following contact information: Vesse Vesiaid, e-mail: vesse@cv.ee.

5              LIABILITY OF PARTIES

5.1          CV-Online shall be entitled to unilaterally terminate the provision of the Services without providing advance notice and without refunding the User the fee paid for the Services if the User has violated these Terms and Conditions and has failed to eliminate the violation within 10 (ten) working days as of the receipt of a respective warning from CV-Online.

5.2          CV-Online does not grant to the User or any other third person any warranties in respect of the Services, the Database or the Website. All of the aforementioned are provided on an “as is” principle. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, all warranties of merchantability, regular availability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, performance of the Services, the Database or the Website, or the warranties that the Services, the Database or the Website shall be error-free, secure of virus-free, whether arising by any law, course of dealing, course of performance, usage of trade or otherwise, are hereby expressly disclaimed. Therefore, CV-Online shall not be liable for compensating any direct or indirect damages caused by the performance or non-performance of the Services, the Database or the Website, unless conducted with gross negligence or intent. All warranties, conditions and other terms related to the aforementioned of whatever nature are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by laws.

5.3          The User shall be entitled to waive the further use of the Services at any time irrespective of the reason by notifying CV-Online thereof via e-mail. In this case, the User shall not be entitled to demand that the fee paid for the Services be refunded.

5.4          The User shall be liable for the damages, including direct and indirect damages, caused to CV-Online by violating these Terms and Conditions.

5.5          CV-Online shall not be liable for the accuracy or content of the data entered in the Database or any damage caused to the User as the result of using the data contained in the Database or any information processed by means of the Website. CV-Online shall not be held liable for any damages, including direct and indirect damages, which are caused by negligence on behalf of CV-Online.

6              FINAL PROVISIONS

6.1          CV-Online shall be entitled to unilaterally amend these Terms and Conditions, giving notice of the amendments and making the new Terms and Conditions available on the Website at least 5 (five) days before the entry into force of the amendments.

6.2          If the Terms and Conditions provide that CV-Online must be given notice via e-mail, the User shall send such notices to info@cv.ee.

6.3          If the Terms and Conditions provide that CV-Online must be given notice via telephone, the User shall communicate such notices via the telephone number (+372) 6 990 555.

6.4          The Parties shall attempt to resolve any disputes arising in the course of the performance of their obligations by way of negotiations. Failing agreement, the dispute shall be resolved in the Harju County Court in compliance with the legislation of the Republic of Estonia.   

TERMS OF USE OF CV-ONLINE DATABASE FOR UNREGISTERED OR NOT AUTHENTICATED JOBSEEKERS

This part of the terms (hereinafter “the Terms”) shall form a separate and independent part of the Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions of use of CV-Online database for registered jobseekers (above) and are applicable to unregistered or not authenticated jobseekers upon using the www.cv.ee website (hereinafter “Website”) administered by CV-Online Estonia OÜ, registry number 10166144, registered address: Pärnu mnt 158/1, Tallinn, 11317, Republic of Estonia. E-mail: info@cv.ee. (hereinafter “CVO”) and the services offered through it.

If you use the Website for applying for any of the job offers made available there and you do not have a registered user account in the Website or you do not want to authenticate yourself via the Website or sign up your e-mail through listing forms (http://prntscr.com/u206l3) and/or participate in campaigns, competitions and challenges (hereinafter “the client” and/or “you”, “your”, etc.), these Terms shall apply to you.

1              Terms of use

1.1          CVO authorises you, subject to these Terms, to access and use the Website and get free access to the CVO database that contains job offers, job-seeking notices and other data related to employment (hereinafter “Database”).

1.2          All rights to the Database belong to CVO. When using the Database, you shall not acquire any rights to the Database or parts thereof. You may use the data contained in the Database for contacting employers in good faith via the contact details provided in the job offers for the purpose of applying for a job. You may not make any extracts or copies of the Database or use it for any other purposes. Likewise, you may not damage the Database or interrupt the operation thereof. When using the Database in any manner whatsoever, you shall not acquire any rights, including any copyrights or other intellectual property rights to the underlying software required for the operation of the Database.

1.3          CVO is not an authorised representative or agent of the employers who have publicly made available job offers via the Website, and therefore CVO shall not be liable for any damages that may be caused to you when seeking a job or participating in application processes via the Website. You shall commence precontractual negotiations and enter into an employment contract with the employer independently without the mediation of CVO, and the latter shall not be responsible for any promises given by the employer to you or their failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the employment contract.

1.4          CVO shall not guarantee that you find a job via the Website and shall not communicate with persons in need of employees for this purpose.

1.5          CVO shall not be liable for any illegal or unauthorised use of your data that you have made available to employers or the confidentiality of such data if the employer has to ensure confidentiality.

1.6          CVO shall be entitled to change the Database procedures, Website and menu structure without giving any prior notice.

1.7          CVO shall not assume any liability for the accuracy of the information entered in the application form by you and shall not ensure that the operation of the Website and the Database is without any failures. If there are any failures in the operation of the Website or the Database and you are not sure whether your application and other data/documents reached the respective employer, inform CVO by writing to the address: info@cv.ee

2              Processing of Personal Data by cVO

2.1          The controller of your personal data processed for the purposes of making the Website and the Database available to you is CVO.  

2.2          CVO processes the following categories of your personal data (hereinafter “Personal Data”):

2.2.1      Application Data – data you provide to CVO by filling in the application form for the specific job offer in the Database, including but not limited to: your name, e-mail, phone number, application letter, attached files (hereinafter “Application Data”).

2.2.2      Basic Data – data you provide to CVO by filling in the e-mailing list forms (http://prnt.sc/u206l3) and/or participate in campaigns, competitions and challenges. including but not limited to: your e-mail, name, preferred location of the job, field you are interested in (hereinafter “Basic Data”).

2.2.3      Technical Data – data generated and collected automatically from your device used to reach the Website, including but not limited to: IP address (including location based on the IP address), access-provider, referring URL, date, time, browser type and version, operating system, amount and state of transferred data, location data (hereinafter “Technical Data”).

2.2.4      Communication Data - data you provide to CVO during any correspondence exchanged between you and CVO via electronic means (for example, e-mail, private messages via CVO official social media accounts on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, etc.) including but not limited to: your name, e-mail, contents of the message, your nickname and/or social media account name (hereinafter “Communication Data”).

2.2.5      Cookie Data – CVO uses cookies on the website, which may collect your personal data.

2.3          CVO’s legal basis to process your Personal Data depends on the objective and context in which the CVO collects the Personal Data. CVO processes your Personal Data on the following four legal grounds: performance of a legal obligation, performance of the Terms, the CVO’s legitimate interest or your consent.

2.4          If the legal basis for processing your Personal Data is:

2.4.1      legitimate interest, this means first and foremost the objective of providing the essential functionalities of the Website;

2.4.2      consent, this means first and foremost the objective of forwarding your job application to the employer and ensuring an effective user experience by adjusting content, as without your consent it would not be possible to tailor the Website to meet your preferences; 

2.4.3      performance of the Terms, this means first and foremost the objective of providing and fulfilling the obligations in regard to the Website and the Database;

2.4.4      compliance with an obligation arising from legislation, this means first and foremost that CVO is required to process certain data by law. In this case CVO cannot decide which data is collected, as it derives from applicable laws.

2.5          The following depicts a descriptive list of processing purposes that are linked to specific data categories and legal basis for processing:

Processing purpose

Legal basis for the processing purpose

Categories of Personal Data used by the Controller for the processing purpose

Diagnose and repair problems with the Database and the Website

Legitimate interest in providing data security and prevent fraudulent actions

Technical data

Enabling communication between you and CVO

Legitimate interest in providing the Website and Database

Performance of the Terms, as depending on the content and purpose of the communication

Communication Data, Technical Data

Providing the functioning and accessibility to the Website and to the Database

Legitimate interest in providing basic functionalities of the Website and the Database

Technical Data, Cookie Data

Improving, personalising and developing the Database and the Website

Legitimate interest in developing and enhancing the website and the user experience in the course of regular business activities

Technical Data, Cookie Data

Forwarding your job application to the respective employer

Performance of the Terms

Application Data

Performing sales analysis and identifying marketing opportunities and strategies

Legitimate interest for the purposes of promoting CVO and enhancing business opportunities

Technical Data, Cookie Data

Tailoring the contents of the Website and general communication to suit your preferences

Consent

Certain Cookie Data, Technical Data

Notifying you about the job offers that suit your interests via e-mail

Consent

Basic Data

Asking you whether you received feedback from the employer to whose job ad you applied to

Consent

Basic Data

Ensuring your participation in a campaign/ competition/ challenge and contacting with the you in case of you are the winner

Preparation and performance of the gratuitous contract

Basic Data, Technical Data

Forwarding your data to another company in case CVO organizes a campaign/ competition/ challenge in cooperation with another company

Legitimate interest in ensuring your participation in the campaign/ competition/ challenge, and in case you win, providing you with the award

Legitimate interest in promoting the services of CVO

Basic Data

Selling CVO’s business operations or for onboarding investors

Legitimate interest for ensuring business continuity and enabling the onboarding of different investors

Application data, Basic data, Technical Data, Communication Data, Cookie Data

 

2.6          Please note that CVO and the respective employer to whom you choose to forward your Application Data are separate data controllers, meaning, that the respective employer to whom you agree to transmit your Personal Data is also the controller in respect of your Personal Data. The employer shall process your Personal Data in the manner and for the purposes of which it has informed you separately.

2.7          If you do not submit the Application Data, it shall not be possible for you to apply for a respective job and you have either to (i) contact the employer for applying for the job on your own; or (ii) register yourself via the Website as a user in order to apply for the respective job.

2.8          CVO may process your Personal Data for other purposes, provided that CVO discloses the purposes and the use to you at the relevant time, and that you either consent to the proposed use of the Personal Data or there are other processing purposes, or the new purpose is compatible with the original purpose brought out herein.

2.9          Please note that, CVO might analyse your data to build individual profiles. These profiles will be used to predict suitable employers that match your profile. CVO expects that the profiling will have no further impact, other than providing you with a more customised and pleasant user experience whilst using the Website. 

2.10        Your Personal Data (all categories mentioned in Section 2.2. of the Terms) shall be stored insofar as reasonably necessary to achieve the objectives stated in Section 2.5. of the Terms, unless stipulated otherwise in applicable laws.

2.11        After the term mentioned in Section 2.10 of the Terms, CVO will delete your respective Personal Data immediately, except as noted below:

2.11.1    CVO has the right to retain the Application Data, Communication Data and Basic Data after the retention periods stated in Section 2.10 for the purposes of enforcing the Terms, presenting, resolving, mitigating and defending any claims and disputes related to you and in relation to the activities related you, however, in ordinary circumstances this retention period shall not exceed 3 years;

2.11.2    CVO retains your Personal Data for a longer period if it is necessary to comply with the CVO’s legal obligations, meet regulatory requirements.

2.11.3    CVO may anonymize your Personal Data and retain this anonymized information indefinitely.

2.12        CVO does not communicate your Personal Data to any third parties except in the following instances:

Categories of Recipients

Reason for sharing

Law enforcement and data protection authorities

Only if CVO is under a duty to disclose or share your Personal Data in order to comply with any legal obligation (for example, if required to do so under applicable law, by a court order or for the purposes of prevention of fraud or other crime);

Operational service providers (legal advisors, auditors etc. bound to confidentiality)

Ensuring adequate performance of the Website, the Database and functioning thereof; enforcing the Terms.

 

Third parties in the context of selling CVO’s business operations or for onboarding investors

For ensuring business continuity and enabling the onboarding of different investors.

Authorised processors

CVO may transfer your Personal Data to third party service providers who act as data processors and may operate the technical infrastructure that CVO needs to host, store manage and maintain the Services, its contents and the data that CVO processes, also to provide data backup and security.

Please see the list of the categories of the processors used by CVO:

Cloud / infrastructure host,
Software development partner,
E-mail service provider,
Client Relationship Management tool provider,
Authentication service provider.

Group companies

Optimisation of costs, general business management.

 

2.13        Please note that some service providers might be located outside the EU/EEA, thus CVO may transfer your Personal Data outside the EU/EEA. In such cases CVO shall opt to use special personal data protection safeguards, in order to ensure the safety of your Personal Data. You have the right to get acquainted with or obtain information on the transferring of your Personal Data outside the EU/EEA by contacting CVO using the contact information specified in the introductory Section of the Terms.

2.14        You have the following data protection rights, which can be exercised by contacting CVO via contact information referred to in the introductory Section of the Terms. You have the right to:

2.14.1    request that CVO provides information as to what Personal Data CVO is processing about you and request that your Personal Data is supplemented, corrected or replaced;

2.14.2    request deletion of your Personal Data and termination of any further processing;

2.14.3    request restriction of the processing of your Personal Data or file objections to the processing of your Personal Data if the processing is based on CVO’s legitimate interest;

2.14.4    file complaints to the respective supervisory authority with regard to the processing of your Personal Data if you find that your rights are violated;

2.14.5    not be subject to a decision based solely on automated decision making, including profiling, where the decision would have a legal effect on you or produce significant effect;

2.14.6    withdraw your consent to the processing of the Personal Data in the cases where the legal basis for the Personal Data processing is your consent. For withdrawing consent, you may use the contact information referred to in the introductory Section of the Terms;

2.14.7    exercise your right to the portability of your Personal Data pursuant to Article 20 of Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

2.15        You have the right to communicate with CVO’s data protection officer in order to obtain information on the processing of your Personal Data, using the following contact information: Vesse Vesiaid, e-mail: vesse@cv.ee.

3              LIABILITY

3.1          CVO shall be entitled to unilaterally terminate the provision of the Website as such and not provide the Database without providing any advance notice. You shall be entitled to waive the further use of the Website at any time irrespective of the reason.

3.2          CVO does not grant to you or any other third person any warranties in respect of the Database or the Website. All of the aforementioned are provided on an “as is” principle. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, all warranties of merchantability, regular availability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, performance of the Services, the Database or the Website, or the warranties that the Database or the Website shall be error-free, secure of virus-free, whether arising by any law, course of dealing, course of performance, usage of trade or otherwise, are hereby expressly disclaimed. Therefore, CVO shall not be liable for compensating any direct or indirect damages caused by the performance or non-performance of the Database or the Website, unless conducted with gross negligence or intent. All warranties, conditions and other terms related to the aforementioned of whatever nature are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by laws.

3.3          You shall be liable for the damages, including direct and indirect damages, caused to CVO by violating these Terms.

3.4          CVO shall not be liable for the accuracy or content of the Website or of the data entered in the Database or any damage caused to you as the result of using the data contained in the Database or processed through the Website. CVO shall not be held liable for any damages, including direct and indirect damages, which are caused by negligence on behalf of CVO.

4              FINAL PROVISIONS

4.1          CVO shall be entitled to unilaterally amend these Terms by making the new Terms available on the website www.cv.ee at least 5 (five) days before the entry into force of the amendments.

4.2          If the Terms provide that CVO must be given notice via e-mail, you shall send such notices to info@cv.ee.

4.3          If the Terms provide that CVO must be given notice via telephone, you shall communicate such notices via the telephone number (+372) 6 990 555.

4.4          You and CVO shall attempt to resolve any disputes arising in the course of the performance of their obligations by way of negotiations. Failing agreement, the dispute shall be resolved in the Harju County Court in compliance with the legislation of the Republic of Estonia.