DataCaptive inc. “DataCaptive” provides variety of Data Driven Marketing products and services.
We are deeply committed to privacy, and want our users and customers to understand how we collect information and our commitment to privacy, copyright laws and similar laws that deal with data and data driven communications.
1. Source of Information
At DataCaptive, we are dedicated towards empowering businesses to engage meaningfully with their customers. For this we collect and store “data” (personally identifiable information, contact details, Company details, Social Information, publicly available Financial information and filings and other such distinguishing information) in a variety of ways to enable our clients to reach their customers effectively.
- We have partnered with data suppliers, data providers, data agencies, and other strategic business partners who are similarly advised to adhere to relevant and applicable privacy and copyright laws. We do not partner with any company, individual or organization who willfully collects and supplies data without proper regulatory, privacy or copyright compliance.
- We also collect data from a number of sources such as public databases, social media, publications, surveys, subscriptions to enhance our ability to provide better marketing services
- We also gather permission based data when you download, and use applications developed by DataCaptive or when you permit us gather such contact information stored on your Device, Application or Service.
- We collect data when users and customers participate in Information Exchange programs or opt-in campaigns
- We collect data from Contact Signature Cards, Email signatures, Email Headers, and Visiting Cards shared or exchanged during participation in public or private Events, Lectures, Conferences and Promotions.
- We also collect data from Websites by our proprietary search and web crawling mechanisms and other such web data extraction tools from public web sites and permitted web pages.
2. Information we collect
WE DO NOT COLLECT, COMPILE OR STORE ANY PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION (PII) OR SENSITIVE PERSONAL INFORATION(SPI). WE BELIEVE THIS VIOLATES THE PRINCIPLES OF PRIVACY AND IS UNETHICAL AND WE DISCOURAGE ANY INTENTIONAL USE OF SUCH INFORMATION.
WE CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING LIST AS PII/SPI AND WE ROUTINELY CLEANSE AND PURGE OUR DATABASE OF SUCH INFORMATION IF IT EXISTS.
i. NAMES USED TO IDENTIFY THE INDIVIDUAL IN PRIVACY
ii. PSEUDONYMS OR ALIASES
iii. HOME ADDRESS
iv. PRIVATE EMAIL ADDRESSES (YAHOO, GMAIL, HOTMAIL ETC.)
v. SSN OR OTHER SUCH NATIONAL ID’S
vi. DRIVING LICENSE OR OTHER SUCH STATE ISSUED ID’S
vii. VEHICLE REGISTRATION NUMBERS
viii. FINGERPRINTS OR IRIS SCANS OR SUCH BIOMETRIC IDENTIFIERS
ix. CREDIT CARD NUMBERS OR OTHER SUCH FINANCIAL INFORMATION EXCEPT FOR TRANSCATIONS ON OUR SITE
x. GENETIC OR OTHER BIO MARKERS
We also collect data that is not directly associated with any specific individual. This might include, but is not limited to, browser and device information, IP address, system activity, location, information collected using server logs, cookies, pixel tags, HTTP Referrer or similar technologies. We do this to improve services we offer you and help you with targeted marketing and lead generation, and improve our website’s usability. We may also use this information to display information which we think may be of interest while you browse through websites
We also collect Company Information as is available on the Internet or any such public sources including Filings, Utilities, stock data from 3rd Party API providers, Vendor relations, Press Releases, White Papers, Announcements, Organizational Changes, Insider Trading, Install Base.
We also collect Company web traffic and related data including but not limited to Search Engine Optimization Data, Web Analytics Data, Traffic, Software stack used to build the website, Web technology used to build the website, traffic patterns of the website, typical sources of traffic to the website and more. We may collect this ourselves or via 3rd party service providers.
3. Use of Information:
The Data provided on our website as a product or as a service is provide as is to our clients. Our customers may use the information in ways that are appropriate and legal for their country and we encourage full legal adherence to all rules, laws and regulations of the land in use of our data. DataCaptive are not responsible on how the data is used by our end users/customers and DataCaptive assumes no obligation or responsibility on how this information is finally used.
For complaints, or other enquiries write to us at email@example.com.
4. Policy Amendments:
Our users may unsubscribe from our email list or newsletters at any point by following the instructions at the end of the email If you would like to have your profile updated, edited, changed or deleted please contact us at support@DataCaptive.com
6. Third Party:
We work with our partners to ensure that we bring best in class products and services to our customers. We share information with our partners who help us provide customer care service, facilitate payments, conduct research and surveys, measure ad effectiveness, provide technical services etc. These partners are bound by strict legal and confidentiality obligations to control any shared information, governed by the contracts and agreements we entered with them. However, neither DataCaptive nor the affiliates, partners or resellers have control over or obligated herein to control the eventual use of the data.
- We commit to adhere to laws laid out by the government. It may be required by law, legal process, litigation, or request from government bodies to share information, in which case such information will be disclosed.
- Any violation of DataCaptive terms and conditions may lead to an investigation to enforce the terms and conditions. Also, if a fraud, security breach or technical issue is detected, any required information might be made available to the investigators.
8. Updating Information:
Access, Correct, Remove:
We believe in maintaining the highest level of security for any information that we hold. If we have any information that you want to update, you may review, update or delete any information we might hold by logging in using your secured credentials and modifying your information.
9. Data Transfer and Storage
10.Integrity and Internal Monitoring:
We take measures to ensure that data is handled, protected and transmitted securely. For this reason, we have built a secure infrastructure surrounded by firewalls and encryptions.
11.EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Policy and U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor Framework
DataCaptive participates in, and is committed to compliance with, the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework (“Privacy Shield Framework”) as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce
12. Contact Us:
13. Reference Laws and Regulations:
Country Wise Reference to SPAM laws
- CAN-SPAM ACT
- Compliance Guide to CAN-SPAM ACT
- Rules related to CAN-SPAM ACT
- FTC’s consumer guide
The Directive is implemented by each member state independently so you will want to check with your particular country law for more details.
EU General Data Protection Regulation.
Italy’s anti-spam laws are very strict. You can even be imprisoned for sending spam. If you’re sending to Italian recipients, follow these guidelines as well.
The Code transposed EC Directive 95/46 on the protection of personal data and EC Directive 2002/58 on privacy in electronic communications; it consolidated all Italian pre-existing laws and regulations in this sector.
• DL 675/1996 on privacy protection states, inter alia, that a company must have authorization from each user whose personal data (such as e-mail) they want to use.
• DL 171/1998 (deriving from the European Community directive 97/66/CE) on telecommunications privacy protection: this put outlaws all automatic systems to call a user and says that all the expenses of an advertising must be paid by the company and not the user (faxes and e-mails are instead paid also by the user).
• DL 185/1999 (deriving from the European Community directive 97/7/CE) on customer protection with respect to long-distance contracts: this obliges companies to seek the permission of the user for virtual or telephone sales.
Dutch law requires very explicit permission and heavily protects data and privacy.
Swedish Marketing Act (Swedish Code of Statutes, SFS 1995:450).
Personal Data Act (Swedish Code of Statutes, SFS 1998:204), in so far as spam activities involve processing of personal data.