Updated on November 17, 2021
1.1 Definition of Personal Information
1.2 Ways to Collect Personal Information
We will collect your personal information when you:
1.3 Contents of Information Collected
We will collect your personal information as required by laws and regulations and abide by the principles of reasonableness and necessity. In other words, we will try to collect only the data we need. The contents of information to be collected depend on how you interact with us, including:
2.1 Our Role
We are the Controller of your personal data.
2.2 Legal Basis
We will abide by the applicable laws and process your data based on the appropriate legal basis, including:
2.3 Right Not to Provide Personal Information
You have the right to choose not to provide the personal data we request from you. However, if you choose not to provide it, in many cases we may not be able to provide our products or services to you or respond to your requests in accordance with the Terms of Service.
2.4 Purposes and Manners
We will use your information for the following purposes and in the following ways:
Your personal information will be kept strictly confidential, and we will not share your personal information with any other companies, organizations, or individuals, except in the following cases:
We will not transfer your personal information to any company, organization or individual except the following circumstances:
3.3 Public Disclosure
We will only publicly disclose your personal information under the following circumstances:
In accordance with relevant laws and regulations, we can share, transfer, and publicly disclose your personal information without your consent under the circumstances:
We store personal information in conformity with applicable laws. After collecting personal information, we will stop gathering personal data, or delete sensitive and identification information. If it for public interest, scientific and historical research or statistic purpose, we will continue to retain relevant data in conformity with applicable laws, even if it would be not relevant to the original collection purpose.
Our services are mainly for adults, and we have taken additional procedures and measures to ensure the security of children’s personal data. We consider minors under 14 years of age (or the age required by local law) as children.
We will use or disclose children’s personal data as permitted by law, with the consent of parents or guardians or for the purpose of protecting children. We will try to delete the relevant data as soon as possible if it is found that we have collected personal information of minors without the prior consent of a verifiable guardian.
We abide by the recognized key data protection principles (fairness, purpose limitation, data quality, data retention, compliance with personal rights and security), and take reasonable measures to ensure the security of your personal information. We have applied a series of technical measures to protect the security of your personal information and minimize the risk of misuse, unauthorized access and disclosure and inaccessibility. The security measures we use include but are not limited to data desensitization, data encryption, firewall and data access authorization control.
At present, we have obtained the following professional certification:
Meanwhile, we inspect and update the security mechanisms for data protection periodically to provide effective protection in preventing data abuse. If you believe that the security of your data has been compromised, or if you want to know more about the measures we use to protect your data, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to contact our data protection office.
As a multinational company, our data processing team may be located anywhere within our business, so its scope of responsibility may cover the whole world or multiple countries/regions, including countries outside the European Union. The personal information protection standards adopted by these countries/regions may be different from the standards used in your country.
We and the third-party service providers use technologies such as cookies, tags, and scripts, which help us better understand user behavior (including for security and anti-fraud purposes) and tell us which parts of our website users have viewed. They can also measure and improve the effectiveness of advertising and web searches.
If you do not want to use these cookies, you can consult the browser vendor you are using to learn how to disable cookies. But if you disable all cookies, some features of our website will become unavailable.
9.1 Personal Information Rights
9.2 Ways to Exercise Personal Information Rights
We protect your rights to access and correct your personal information. If you want to exercise any of the rights specified in Section 10.1, please contact us via e-mail address email@example.com.
We will process your request on personal information within the time specified in applicable data protection law once we verify your identity and obtain sufficient information. However, please understand that we will not respond to your email if we hold that it is irrelevant to a personal information request.
9.3 Request Result
Several results may follow the request of a personal information subject:
(1) The request is rejected.
The request made by personal information subject will be rejected in cases including, but not limited to:
(2) The request is approved.
We will approve the request made by personal information subject when the cases in (1) do not occur. In order to increase the likelihood of approval, please provide as much detailed information as possible when making a request, including the category and specific content of the request, relevant information of personal information holder (such as the name of the product and service you use), the time range of information generation and processing (the more accurate the time range, the greater the likelihood of approval).
9.4 Consent Withdrawal
You can change the scope of the information to be collected or withdraw your authorization by deleting configuration information and related devices and cancelling account. Please understand that business functions require basic personal information (such as registering your email address). We cannot continue providing you with the correspondent service and processing your personal information once you withdraw your approval or authorization. However, the decision of approval or authorization withdrawal will not affect the personal information processing based on your previous authorization.