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1. The Network Solutions department (NIC) of the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Latvia (Reg.No. 90002111761) is the data controller of the registry for the Top Level Domain .lv. Address: 29 Raiņa boulv. Rīga, Latvia, LV-1459.
2. NIC, in accordance with the 2nd part of the Article 7 of the Personal Data Protection Law, processes the data provided in the domain name registration application and updated during the term of the agreement in order to enter into the agreement on the right to use the domain name and to ensure fulfilment of this agreement, on the base of this agreement.
3. NIC has implemented internal procedures, technical solutions and control tools for maintaining personal data security, integrity and confidentiality, including prevention of non-authorised access to the personal data.
4. NIC provides multilevel data protection, including:
5. NIC does not disclose your data to any third parties without your written consent, except cases when the information is requested by authorised state or municipal institutions in cases set in the laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia and in accordance with the procedure prescribed there.
6. NIC provides the possibility to access online all actual information about you that is stored and processed at the Registry of the top level domain .lv.
7. You can access your data and update them using NIC Online client system, or visiting personally the NIC Client Service Centre or sending request to address 29 Raiņa bulv., Rīga, LV-1459, Latvia. NIC delivers the data after the identification and authorisation of the data requester.
8. You are responsible for providing valid, effective and complete data at the moment of concluding the agreement as well as on time of agreement accomplishment.
9. In case of changes of the data you have to upgrade immediately the data via NIC Online client system or inform NIC about the necessary changes.
10. If NIC discovers that your data are false, obsolete or incomplete, you will receive invitation to correct data within a fixed time slot. If an answer is not received or data are not updated, or, if it was found that the data are false, NIC has the right to terminate the agreement on the right to use the domain name.