Last Updated and Effective: June 15, 2020
Data Researchers Network and the website https://www.dataresearchers.net respect your privacy with a strong commitment and setup that provide safe and legal handling of our stakeholders’ personal data including experts/users/writers/customers.
This policy gives a thorough insight into how Data Researchers Network uses collected data that we receive while you are on our website https://www.dataresearchers.net .
1. What data do we collect?
Your name and surname, your residential details, your email id and contact number as part of your contact details, your IP address from which you were operating, login details, browser-related information like the browser's current version and type, plug-ins in the browser, your location and time zone details, information about the operating system. Data collected during payments and transactions are the last 4 digits of the debit/credit card that you've used, your receipt, merchant unique ID, and your email account for payments, if applicable. All transactions are processed via our secured payment accounts. Other than the above-mentioned data, we collect data regarding the path that led you to our website or the URL clickstreams; page response time. When you use our website, you also agree that we can collect information about your preferences in goods and services, the amount of time you spend on our website and other webpages from our website, your activities on those websites, and any errors, if occurred.
2. Why we need it
Data Researchers Network collects this information so that we can provide more curated services for you. Additionally, it enables us to run our website properly and render necessary changes in accordance with your needs. It also helps to improve our customer care services. Finally, we use this data for marketing purposes provided that you have granted permission to do so.
Data Researchers Network never sells your data to anyone unless we have asked for your consent. No third party will receive your data from our side. Our data collection and storage system rigorously abide by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 and other required guidelines.
3. When do we collect your personal data?
Data is only collected when:
▪︎ you use our website and look around our webpages;
▪︎ when you receive any of our calls;
▪︎ Data Researchers Network delivers you emails;
▪︎ you contact our customer care personnel;
▪︎ you browse any page of the website for marketing;
▪︎ connected integrations and opt-in email marketing which is, again, based on your prior consent.
5. What are your rights?
It is your sole right to access any data that you have used or provided during your use of our website. This is to be noted that we only receive written requests. Data Researchers Network needs proof of identification of yours so that your data is protected and never released to any unauthorised party. If you deem that your data on the website https://www.dataresearchers.net is incomplete or incorrect in any way, you can always ask to view your data, and edit or delete it, if you consider it necessary.
1. Purpose and Scope
2. Company's website
The company has developed this https://www.dataresearchers.net/, referred to as “Website” throughout the text to carry forward our business more effectively and we collect your personal data detailed above from this website only.
3. Definitions of legal bases for the processing
Consent – your voluntary approval to us to collect and store your personal data. Which data are collected and why we collect them are mentioned above.
Contract – Contract in our context is your voluntary agreement, written or virtual, with our company that will effectively direct your transactions with us. You are requested to go through the contract document thoroughly before giving ratifying.
Legitimate Interests – legitimate interests discuss the lawful, fair, and transparent usage of your personal data you have agreed to be collected and stored by Us. We make sure that legitimate interests never breach your rights on your data. The legitimate interests of our company are studying your browsing patterns and safeguarding against fraud. It further includes the development and improvement of our website, providing customized services to our users, and engaging in fruitful marketing strategies.
4. Consent rule
This is one of our key customer services that you can withdraw your consent anytime you need. To do so, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you decide to take away your consent from us collecting data, we would then retain no legal jurisdiction over your personal data. Our company will stop collecting and storing your personal data effective immediately. If the company processes your data already existing in our system, it will be done only after you assent us to do so. Under no circumstances we will breach your right to data protection.
5. Company's responsibilities
Irrespective of your relationship with our company, it is our sole responsibility to decide what to do or how to process the data collected from your side. The company hereby plays the role of ‘data controller’ for the data received from either our registered users or a visitor to our website.
6. Your responsibilities
6. Your responsibilities
7. Collected data
We collect your personal data only when you visit and use our website. This includes the following cases:
▪︎ Browsing our web pages;
▪︎ Any calls you receive from the company and vice-versa;
▪︎ Services provided by the company;
▪︎ Emails delivered from us;
▪︎ Customer care contacts in terms of phone calls and chat;
▪︎ Connected integrations;
▪︎ Opt-in email marketing
The categories of data that we collect:
▪︎ Basic details like your name and surname;
▪︎ Residential details;
▪︎ Contact details including a registered email and contact number;
▪︎ IP address and login-related information;
▪︎ Browser details and version;
▪︎ Location details and time zone;
▪︎ Operating system and device-related details;
▪︎ Last four digits of the debit/credit card you use;
▪︎ Receipt ID and transaction-related details;
▪︎ URL details and how our website has reached you;
▪︎ Your search patterns on our website;
▪︎ Errors in the webpage or during download;
▪︎ Details about what webpages you visit from our website;
▪︎ Page response time and page load time;
▪︎ Delivered goods and services;
Only the highest management has the sole access to the data you have agreed that we can collect and store. Employees and contractors can view your data only within the designated scope. Other authorized third parties that have access to your data are listed below:
8. Purposes and legal basis for the processing
1. The first reason is to provide services. As all the services we provide are delivered through our website, we need to collect your data as your service provider. The legal basis behind data collection, i.e., contract, consent, and legal basis, has been discussed above.
2. Data collection is necessary to run our website. Your requests, login details, your preferred settings, and payment methods, all of these come under the functional rubric. Legitimate interests provide the legal basis to execute so.
3. To improve and update our Website, we will be collecting your data and feedback through testing features, surveys, or direct interaction. Management of landing pages, creating heat maps for our Website, optimizing internet traffic, developing machine learning facilities, and so on sometimes requires third-party intervention, and hence, collection of data becomes imperative.
4. Customer care gets a lot easier with data collection. It enables us to provide curated services, deliver only relevant notifications to you, and other improvements that you require.
5. We use your data for marketing purposes only when you have your prior consent. Marketing includes messages and emails sent to you, notifications about new updates and functions, managing the supply of services as per the demand, etc.
9. Your rights
It is your sole right to withdraw your consent of providing us with your personal data and transaction-related information. Once you cancel your consent, we will not be able to further process your personal data and most of our services will cease to continue effective immediately. However, this won’t prevent you from visiting or browsing our website.
Cookies on our website are subjected to your discretion. You can turn them on/off as you please through settings. All the web pages will still be available for you to see, but it will stop certain functions and services on the Website.
You also possess the sole say in whether we would use your personal data for marketing purposes. If you want us to stop using your data for marketing, let us know at email@example.com and we will do so.
It is important to note that you can access all your rights by submitting a written appeal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I. You are the sole proprietor of your data. This includes:
▪︎ Data categories;
▪︎ Data storing and processing purposes;
▪︎ Third-party that can access your data;
▪︎ The amount of time we can retain your data;
▪︎ When to terminate your consent;
▪︎ Others’ data rights as per the State guidelines.
II. Change in your data:
▪︎ Ask the company to correct your data if there are inaccuracies;
▪︎ Edit and update your personal data;
▪︎ Termination of reception of emails;
▪︎ Disallow the company to make decisions for your account.
III. Data portability:
▪︎ Port your data to the device of your choice;
▪︎ Transfer your data to another account;
▪︎ Ask the company for an authorized copy of your account at any time;
▪︎ Transfer of services to another account.
IV. Removal of your data:
▪︎ Ask the company to remove your data from our Website;
▪︎ Delete your account any time;
In case you have forgotten any details, you can ask us to reset your account provided that you have presented us with adequate information.
V. Finally, under your Right to Information, the Company will provide you with the data you asked for within 15 working days unless it breaches any of our legal jurisdictions.
Our company maintains proper security measures regarding security and safe handling of your data. We abide by strict security policies. All our employees and associates are bound by data processing agreements and internal security policies with us. They will face serious legal consequences in case of breach of those agreements.
However, we humbly acknowledge that totally safe security service is non-existent in the world of the internet. There will be certain security risks even after our rigorous safety measures. We, therefore, request you to keep your data confidential. In case you feel that your data is threatened, immediately let us know at email@example.com. We will carry out the needful as soon as possible.
Cookies are the small amount of data we send to your browser. It helps your system to remember your data and activities on our website. That, in turn, assists us to make our Website more useful to you. It also helps you to get to your preferred choices and settings quickly as you visit our Website again. Aggregation of traffic data also gets easier with Cookies services. We use Evercookies based on our legitimate interests. We almost always use just mandatory cookies which are essential for the proper functioning of our Website. If you disallow these essential cookies, which by the way you can, it can stop the Website function properly.
Other types of cookies used here include performance and analytics-related cookies. These cookies let us know which webpages/services you most frequently visit, how long you devote to a certain webpage, etc. Cookies also help us to identify error messages and bugs so that our Website can be improved.
12. Contact details
Data Researchers Network
Phone (toll-free): +1 (888) 768-61-55