This Privacy Statement governs personal information Data Theorem collects from customers, attendees and online visitors (“you” or “your”) in connection with your use of Data Theorem’s websites and Data Theorem’s products, applications and services, and corporate meetings and other events (collectively, the “Services”) where we post or link to this Privacy Statement, as well as information we automatically collect from your online visits (e.g. data collected via cookies).
For the purposes of this Privacy Statement, “personal information” means any information that, by itself, can identify you or can be combined with other information to identify you.
Your continued use of the website and/or the Services indicates your acceptance of the terms and conditions of this Privacy Statement.
Please see our Code of Conduct for more information about Data Theorem’s high standard of ethics and our commitment to the protection of your personal information.
What personal information does Data Theorem collect about you?
INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE
We may ask you to provide personal information when you:
- Purchase products or services;
- Register for webcasts, seminars, conferences, or other events sponsored by us or a partner;
- Request quotes, services, product support, trials, whitepapers and related downloads, or additional information;
- Join Data Theorem Communities;
- Subscribe to newsletters, promotional emails or other Data Theorem materials;
- Apply for a job and submit your resume/CV; or
- Contact us.
Personal information we request may include your name, email address, and other contact details.
When we ask you to provide your personal information, we will advise you upon collection whether the provision of your personal information is mandatory. If we ask for personal information through one of our registration pages on our website, you will have the option of not providing the information, in which case you may still be able to access other portions of the website, although you may not be able to access certain programs or services.
How does Data Theorem use your personal information?
We may use your personal information for legitimate business purposes, including to:
- Provide and deliver the Services you request;
- Send you transaction information, including confirmations and transaction status, product and services information, updates, security alerts, and support and administrative messages;
- Administer your account, including verifying your information;
- Respond to your comments and questions and provide customer support or other services;
- Operate and improve our websites, products, and services;
- Communicate with you about new upcoming events;
- Provide you with information about products and services offered by Data Theorem and our selected partners;
- Plan and host corporate events, online forums, communities and social networks;
- Link or combine with other information we get from third parties, to help understand your needs, and customize our offerings and market our Services based on your needs; and
- Perform other functions or serve other purposes, as disclosed to you at the point of collection, or as otherwise required or allowed under applicable law.
Retention of Data
Data Theorem may retain your personal information data as long as is necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected and in accordance with Data Theorem’s record retention policy and applicable law. Data Theorem’s Support Policy may include additional terms related to the collection of personal information or confidential data provided as part of the provision of customer support.
Data Theorem will delete your personal information data upon request (via email to firstname.lastname@example.org).
How does Data Theorem share your personal information?
Data Theorem does not share any of your data.
How does Data Theorem protect your personal information?
Data Theorem takes all reasonable steps to protect your information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, alteration, or destruction, including through the use of encryption when collecting or transferring sensitive data such as credit card information.
What rights and choices do you have regarding your personal information?
EMAIL AND MARKETING
In most instances, Data Theorem gives you options with regard to the personal information you provide, including choices with respect to marketing materials. You may manage your receipt of marketing and non-transactional communications by: (i) clicking on the “unsubscribe” link located at the bottom of Data Theorem marketing emails; or (ii) checking certain boxes on our preference center which can also be found on certain forms we use to collect personal information.
Data Theorem uses “cookies” on its websites to enable you to sign in to Data Theorem’s services and personalize your online experience. A “cookie” is a small data file stored on your hard drive. By using cookies, the information you previously provided can be retrieved on your next visit to our website(s) so that your use of the website is more efficient.
Cookies are either session-based (which disappear after you close your browser) or persistent (which remain on your computer after you close your browser or turn off your computer). Data Theorem may use any of the following types of cookies:
- Required cookies are essential to core website functionality.
- Performance cookies collect information about website visits to improve performance, but do not collect personal information.
- Functional cookies track your preferences, such as your preferred language or display settings, and customize the website to you. Some of these cookies may be required cookies.
- Analytics cookies allow us to count page visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our websites and our marketing campaigns.
- Advertising cookies may be set through our website(s) by our advertising partners. Data may be collected by these companies that enable them to deliver customized advertisements on other websites that are relevant to your interests.
Users Personal Information
Data Theorem does not collect, sell, or monetize any personal information from our customers. Email IDs are used to securely access the platform; however, the information is not required.
Data Theorem, Inc.
265 Cambridge Ave (#60572)
Palo Alto, CA 94306