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Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us here at the Profilytics. This Privacy Notice explains how we collect, use, and disclose your personal data. In this Privacy Notice, kindly note that references to “we”, “us” and “our” are references to; its employees; and any entity controlled by, under common control with, or controlling,; and references to our “affiliates” are references to the partners, agents, service providers, and contractors of

The types of personal data we collect from you

The type of personal data which we collect from you may vary depending on the nature of our relationship. The personal data that we may be collecting from you can include your name; your e-mail address, social media account details; your computer’s internet protocol address as well as related information and other identifying information of devices which you use to interact with us (e.g. operating system and browser, as required for the platforms operation); your memberships with any organisations relevant to our operation (e.g. your social media username).

The purposes of processing your personal data uses your personal data principally to provide to you or offer to you information, assistance, products, and/or services, for example, events and programmes. We would also use your personal data for purposes such as to assess any application or request that you submit to us; in the course of performing our contractual obligations or enforcing our contractual rights provided for under any contract we have with you or with other parties; to seek your views and to obtain your feedback; to notify you of events, programmes, and opportunities which may be of interest or benefit to you; to generate data, statistics, models, and reports for our internal use and/or product development and improvement; to prevent fraud or crime or to assist the authorities in their investigations; for purposes relating to security; as part of any legal proceeding; to comply with any applicable laws, guidelines, or directives; and to perform any function provided for under the law or pursuant to any relevant regulatory authority.

The sources of your personal data collects your personal data through the various means which we engage with you. For example, when we speak with you over the phone; through forms and surveys or when you sign-up or register for an event or programme; when you join our mailing lists, e-mail lists, or messaging lists; when you provide us with details in order for us to notify you of any event, programme, product, and/or service; via e-mails, short messaging service (or any other analogous form of messaging), mobile applications, social media channels, blogs, and various websites; through the use of “cookies” or similar technologies (“cookies” are data files stored on your computer or device which contain information relating to your usage of our websites and allow us for example to keep you logged in to our dashboard); when you participate in our programmes and events and/or the programmes and events of our affiliates; from your usage of information we provide to you and/or your usage of our products and/or services; and/or from your usage of the products and/or services of our affiliates. We may also collect your personal data from third parties that have your consent to share your personal data with us.

Your rights to access and correct your personal data

If there has been any change in your personal data, we encourage you to keep us informed of any such change. You have rights over your personal data and respects these rights. You have the right to request access to your personal data, to request us to correct your personal data, and to withdraw any consent you grant to us to process your personal data. To exercise these rights, please contact our Marketing & Communications Associate using the contact details provided in this Privacy Notice. When we receive such requests, we may ask you to provide further information in order for us to verify your identity, for example by requesting a code sent to your registered e-mail address. As part of our commitment to keep your personal data secure, if we are unable to verify the identity of the requestor, we may refuse the request. Please note that it may take some time for any change to your personal data to be reflected in our system and during that time, you might still receive communications from us. We would also like to inform you that in order for us to provide you with products, services, or information, it may be obligatory for you to provide us with certain types of personal data. Conversely, some personal data may be voluntary or optional. We will inform you of any obligatory personal data. For example, a form may indicate that certain information is obligatory. In the event that you decline to provide obligatory personal data or withdraw your consent to us using such obligatory personal data, our ability to provide you with the relevant products, services, or information may be affected.

Disclosure of your personal data

The confidentiality of your personal data is imperative to However, in order to meet the purposes above, there will be instances where we might have to disclose your personal data. The disclosure of your personal data may also involve the transfer of your personal data between different countries or geographic locations. Parties to which we may make such disclosure include any parties which you have given us your consent to disclose your personal data to; or any to which disclosure is provided for under applicable law or required by any relevant regulatory authority. The security of your personal data is of paramount importance to us and we have in place comprehensive security measures to safeguard your personal data.

Usage of our browser extension

As part of the services offered to you we may suggest to install proprietary software, such as browser extensions. These software is developed with the utmost concern for your privacy and following established security protocols. The use and function of any such software is disclosed clearly in the respective descriptions. Any software provided or distributed by us will only access data required for the disclosed use. We do not collect other telemetry data or information not directly related to the disclosed use case. In any cases where our software transmits information through the internet we will ensure a secure, encrypted and direct connection.

Handling of your imported- and third-party data

As part of the services offered by Profilytics you will be importing data from third-party services and entities that are not affiliated with us. Such data will be stored securely and encrypted with us. Your imported data will be used for processing to provide analytics services via the Profilytics dashboard. None of your personal imported records will be accessible by other users or employees of Profilytics and its affiliates. If imported data from your account is processed for other means, such as product improvements, reports or insights, we will do so with anonymized information that do not contain any of your personal data or allow our employees, affiliates or any third-party to access or conclude information pertaining to your personal data.

Updates to this Privacy Notice

We may update this Privacy Notice from time to time. We may also inform you of these amendments via e-mail, post, short message service, or other means of communication. To be aware of the latest updates, please be sure to check our website from time to time.