Before signing up for the Jollor Service you are required to acquaint yourself with the Terms of Service available at (hereinafter the “Terms”) and the Privacy Policy available at (hereinafter the “Policy”). By signing up, you agree to these Terms and the Policy and you undertake to comply therewith.


You agree that your Personal Data, including your name, last name, company name, identification number, place of business or company registered office, e-mail address, phone number and other information that you provide or store (hereinafter “Personal Data”) may be processed by Jollor s.r.o., with its registered office at Plzeňská 3217/16, Smíchov, 150 00 Praha 5, the Czech Republic, Id. No.: 01796917 (hereinafter the “Provider“). The Provider is in the position of a personal data controller.

The purpose of processing Personal Data lies in setting up and keeping client or user accounts and ensuring the functionalities of the Jollor Service.

Personal Data are being processed throughout the entire period for which you are entitled to use the Jollor Service and up to 10 years following your last use of the Service.

We do not provide Personal Data to third parties, except as required by the applicable laws.

Personal Data may be processed by third parties, but only for the purposes specified in this Policy.

Provision of Personal Data is required for proper functioning and due provision of the Service.

You hereby acknowledge that you are entitled to revoke your consent to the processing of your Personal Data at any time, you have the right to access, correct or discard your Personal Data or remove them if misleading. Furthermore, you are entitled to contact us in writing with any complaint concerning the processing of your Personal Data and, in case of dissatisfaction with the answer, consult the Office for Personal Data Protection of the Czech Republic.

Your consent to the processing of your Personal Data can be withdrawn only in writing by a notice sent to the address of the Provider. The revocation of consent to the processing of your Personal Data shall result in the termination of your user account and consequences stipulated in the Terms of Service.

You hereby agree that the Provider may use the Personal Data provided by you to send commercial offers and communication related to the Jollor Service or services of our business partners associated with the Jollor Service.


You hereby agree that we may use our own technical means and third-party tools to acquire information on Service use and user activities for the purpose of ensuring Service quality, increasing user comfort and further analysis and development of the Service.

These means shall include in particular:

a) Cookies and other information stored by the user’s computer. Cookies are text strings stored in the web browser memory on the user’s computer. Cookies may be disabled and cookies that have already been received can be deleted by changing the web browser settings. You are entitled to disable cookies; however, this may result in a reduced user comfort and limit some functions of the Service;

b) General data on the use of the Service such as the IP address type, browser type, login and logout time, incoming and outgoing URL address etc.; or

c) Anonymous data on the extent and the method of use of the Service by users. Anonymous data shall be deemed to constitute data which cannot be linked to a specific user whether in the original form or after being processed.


For the purpose of processing traffic statistics, Jollor may use the Google Analytics tool, a service provided by Google, Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California, the United States (hereinafter “Google”). Google Analytics also uses cookies. The information on the use of the Service generated by the cookies file is in this case transmitted to and stored on the servers of Google located in the United States. Google shall use this information for the purposes of evaluating the use of Jollor Service and creating reports on user activity intended for the Provider and for providing other services relating to the activities on the website and use of the Internet in general. Google is entitled to provide this information to third parties if required by the law or in cases when such third parties process the information for Google. Google shall not link the user IP address with any other data at its disposal. By using this website, you consent to the data being processed by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

To disable Google Analytics, users can use the Google Analytics opt-out tool available at; this tool must be installed as an extension to your Internet browser.


We are aware that Jollor is used by users all over the world and in various jurisdictions and that the regulation in the area of personal data protection is different from country to country.

For this reason we provide you the following information which we ask you to read and get acquainted with before you provide any data to us.

Your Personal Data are stored and processed in the electronic form in data centres located exclusively in the European Union. We do not export data to third parties outside the European Union.

All registration and login procedures take place through a secure HTTPS protocol using 256-bit encryption. The SSL certificate is provided by GoDaddy, Inc. To verify the certificate’s validity, please click here

Technical and anonymous data are processed through third-party tools and may be disclosed to third parties, including outside the territory of the European Union. The use of Google Analytics tools and other third-party services as specified above is a typical example.

This Policy shall constitute an integral part of the Terms available at []. Legal terms, definitions, designations and names shall have the meaning or shall be construed in accordance with applicable provisions of the Terms of Service.

This Policy shall enter into effect upon publication on the Jollor website.

If you have any queries relating to the protection and security of your data, please contact us at

Privacy Policy, version 1.0. Published on May 12, 2014