Privacy Policy

Privacy is of utmost importance at Cqube. 

We recognize the significance of protecting information which is stored on our computers or is intended to be stored on our computers and which relates to an individual. The data we protect are the “Personal Data” which is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, sometimes called a data subject, and have made protecting privacy and the confidentiality of Personal Data a fundamental component of the way we do business. This Privacy Policy informs you of the ways we work to ensure privacy and the confidentiality of Personal Data. This policy describes the information we gather, how we use those Personal Data and the circumstances under which we disclose such information to third parties.

In this Policy “Services” means the Cqube website, any feature provided by us via the website or any local application (mobile desktop or otherwise), including without limitation wallet services or blockchain information services.

If you do not agree with this Privacy Policy in general or any part of it, you should not use the Services.

1. Collecting of Personal Information

When you access or use the Services, we collect the following information:

    • email address  (if visible on your profile) in order for you to join the Telegram Cqube bot

 

    • your name on Telegram in order for you to join the Telegram Cqube bot

The legal entity responsible for Data Protection is: CQUBE (the settlement process is ongoing)

2. Use of Personal Data

As it is in our legitimate interests to be responsive to you and to ensure the proper functioning of our products and organization, we will use your information to:

    i. Understand and meet your needs and preferences in using our Services;

    ii. Develop new and enhance existing service and product offerings;

    iii. Manage and develop our business and operations;

    iv. Carry out any purposes for which we have received your consent; and

    v. Meet legal and regulatory requirements.

We also reserve the right to use aggregated Personal Data to understand how our users use our Services, provided that those data cannot identify any individual.

We will process your Personal Data legally and in compliance with GDPR and not use it outside the purposes of which we have informed you. So far as we are able we shall ensure that all of your Personal Data is accurate and up to date

3. Disclosure of Personal Data

We will not share your information with third party recipients to perform functions on our behalf. 

Except where we are required by law to disclose Personal Data or are exempted from, released from or not subject to any legal requirement concerning the disclosure of Personal Data, we will require any person to whom we provide your Personal Data to agree to comply with our Privacy Policy in force at that time or requirements substantially similar to such policy. We will make reasonable commercial efforts to ensure that they comply with such policy or requirements, however, where not expressly prohibited by law, we will have no liability to you if any person fails to do so.

4. Security of Your Personal Data

We protect Personal Data with appropriate physical, technological and organizational safeguards and security measures. Your Personal Data comes to us via the internet which chooses its own routes and means whereby information is conveyed from location to location. As such we cannot give any warranty or assurance that the means where information is conveyed to us are safe, reliable or have integrity. 

Every member of Cqube  is committed to our privacy policies and procedures to safeguard Personal Data. Our site has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and unauthorized alteration of the information under our control. More specifically, our server uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) security protection by encrypting your Personal Data to prevent individuals from reading these Data as they travel over the Internet.

5. Your Rights

If you are a user of the Services located in the EU, in certain circumstances, you have the right to access and receive a copy of information we hold about you, to rectify any personal data held about you that is inaccurate and to request the deletion of personal data held about you. Any access request after the first such request by you may be subject to a reasonable fee to meet our costs in providing you with details of the information we hold about you. You also have the right to data portability for information you provide to us – this means that you can obtain a copy of your data in a commonly used electronic format so that you can manage and move it. You may have the right to restrict or object to the processing of your personal data by us. You can exercise your rights by contacting us at privacy@cqube.io.

6. Acceptance

By using the Services, you signify your agreement to this Policy. Cqube reserves the right to change this Policy at any time. If we make any material changes to this Policy the revised Policy will be posted here and notified to our users at least 30 days prior to the changes taking effect, so that you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances we disclose it. Please check this page frequently to see any updates or changes to this Policy.

7. Questions and Complaints

Any questions about this policy, the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Data by Cqube  or access to your Personal Data which is required by law (or would be so subject had the storage in question taken place in a relevant EU member state if the case may be but not otherwise) to be disclosed should be directed to privacy@cqube.io.

In the event that you wish to make a complaint about how we process your personal data, please contact us in the first instance at privacy@cqube.io and we will endeavour to deal with your request as soon as possible. This is without prejudice to your right to launch a claim with the data protection supervisory authority in the country in which you live or work where you think we have infringed data protection laws.