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Information that Identifies You Personally – Like your full name, mail, billing and email addresses, online identifiers or usernames, Internet Protocol (IP) address, and any number used in your jurisdiction that identifies you for taxation purposes (used only to help us identify you and make sure that you are properly taxed when it comes to earned compensation). This information may include customer and user records identified by applicable law – Like your full name, signature, taxation number (see above), bank account, digital wallet, and credit card numbers. These may be controlled by local laws in your jurisdiction.Internet Activity Information – Like your internet browsing and search history, or information on your interaction with a website or application.
Overall, we try to collect information that we believe is necessary to make the Site render and work well for you, and to make your use of the Services faster, easier, and more intuitive, and to improve and expand our Services. Without much of this information, the Services simply will not be possible, and for the others, it will make improving the Services difficult or more costly.
Nearly all of the Personal Data that we collect is used to manage, improve, understand and personalize our Services. We use the Personal Data to:
If you do not want to receive communications from us, please use the opt-out that is provided in the email or otherwise indicate your preference by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. But please note that as long as you use our Services, there may be some communications that you cannot opt out of. For instance, if you invest in the digital shares of a particular company and the company takes a shareholder vote, that company may use the Services to provide you with the legally required notice of that shareholder vote. Or if you earn compensation from the sale of any digital shares, we will have to use your Personal Data to report any taxable compensation you received from that sale.
We are not in the business of sharing your Personal Data for monetary gain. We do need to perform and improve our Services and that does require us to share your Personal Data to make that possible. We may share your Personal Data with companies and services like:
Others may access to your Personal Data if you post that information publicly or as needed to complete a transaction initiated or authorized by you when you use our Services, or to any of our third-party business partners who you access through our Services. If this happens, their privacy and other policies will control the use of that information and not us.While we hope this never happens, your Personal Data may be acquired through a corporate acquisition like a merger, bankruptcy or asset sale.
We employ a number of technical, organizational and physical safeguards designed to protect the Personal Data we collect. However, security risk is inherent in all internet and information technologies and we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information.
Your Personal Data may be used, hosted or otherwise processed outside of your home jurisdiction in a jurisdiction(s) that may not provide equivalent levels of protection for personal information, including the United States. You must consent to this use and storage in order to use our Services.
We do not offer our Services to children so we do not knowingly collect or solicit Personal Data from children under 18; if you under 18 years of age, please do not attempt to register for or otherwise use the Services or send us any Personal Data. If we discover that we have any Personal Data from a child under 18, we will delete it as quickly as possible. If you believe that a child under 18 may have given us any Personal Data, please contact us at email@example.com.
Certain jurisdictions have enacted laws to protect and empower consumers with respect to their data and Personal Data. You may have additional rights regarding the Personal Data we collect and use based on your residency. This area of law is evolving – if you would like to know what laws your state has enacted (or is considering), there are many resources available, such as those found on the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.