Cryptotalks utilize the personal and trackking information obtained from its users for the following purposes:
• To improve users’ experience on Cryptotalks;
• To enhance cryptotalk content; and
• To ascertain the technical functioning of Cryptotalks.
Cryptotalks does not sell or give out personal information about you to any third party except these details are required in other to provide you with goods and services, and this will be done only after obtaining full permission from you or under the following circumstances:
• In reaction to court orders, subpoenas, or legal process, or in a way to cooperate with law enforcement agencies or state and federal government or regulators;
• The information can also be provided on a confidential basis to nonaffiliated companies we employ as contractors or agents to perform certain services for us, such as administering payments or maintaining our software. Information that will be shared with such contractors is only to the extent we deem necessary for them to perform their services on our behalf.
• We also reveal personal data collected in the conference registration process except for credit and debit card information with sponsors from the conference; and
• Cryptotalks may share with third parties, certain pieces of non-personal information, such as the exact numbers of users who clicked on a certain link or an advertisement. Such information does not disclose your identity.
Cryptotalks will share your data and information with third parties only with your permission.
Postings affiliated or related to articles on Cyptotalks are readily and publicly available. Caution should be exercised when deciding to disclose any personal details on a public post.
Security Of Data
We ensure the security of your data because its security is important to us, but it is worthy of remembrance that no transmission or electronic storage method over the internet is 100% secure. While we endeavor to use commercially accepted and appreciated means to protect your data, as well as information, we cannot assure its absolute security.
Sporadically at will, we may incorporate our third-party products or services on our website. These third party sites have their own discrete and independent privacy policies. And we are not liable for the content and activities of the linked or affiliated sites. Notwithstanding, we strive to guide the integrity of our website and also acknowledge any feedback about these linked sites.
Third party companies and individuals may be employed to assist our services, to provide the services on behalf of Cryptotalks, to carry out service-related services or to aid us in analyzing how the service is used. These third parties or individuals are known as service providers.
The service providers have access to your personal information only to perform the tasks as mentioned above on our behalf, and they are obligated not to make use of your data for any other purpose.
Fair Information Practices
Fair information practice principles is the backbone of privacy law anywhere in the world. Its concepts plays a vital role in data and information protection laws. Understanding these principles and how they should be used is critical to comply with several privacy laws that protect personal data and information.
To agree with the Fair Information Practices, Cryptotalks will employ the following measures and actions, should a data breach occur:
• Notify you through email within seven business days
• Alert the users through an in-site notification within seven business days.
Cryptotalks is also in agreement with the Individual Redress Principle which entails that individuals have the right to legally and legitimately take up enforceable rights against data processors and collectors who fail to comply with the law. This principle gives individuals the leeway or liberty to investigate, try and persecute non-conformity by data processors.
Your Choices and Opt-Outs
Anyone who opts in our marketing tools has the freedom to opt out of receiving notifications from Cryptotalks at any point in time. This can be done by:
• Clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the end part of Cryptotalk’s marketing messages
• Sending a message to our email reading-“unsubscribe and delete my account.’’
• Clicking on the bell-shaped icon at the bottom page on our site to unsubscribe from web push notifications
• Visiting the subscription page to control your notifications choices/ options or permanently deleting your subscription