You are the owner of any data stored at Deep Cello and in our service providers and may request that we delete any personal information at any time.
Here are some things you won’t see at Deep Cello.
”Personal information“ identifies a Visitor or Owner or otherwise contains personally identifiable information provided by or obtained from Deep Cello’s Visitors or Owners. ”Non-personal information“ does not, by itself, identify the Visitor or Owner as a specific individual. Rather, non-personal information provides technical data, such as an IP address and browser information that may provide information about your computer or your interaction with Deep Cello.
Deep Cello only collects non-personal information from Visitors to the Site. Therefore, Visitors may access both while remaining generally anonymous to Deep Cello.
To register at Deep Cello to become an Owner, users must provide a username and email address. Deep Cello only collects this personal information if a Visitor chooses to register with the Service to become an Owner. Owners explicitly choose the information they wish to store and manage in our Service; it is not automatically collected by Deep Cello. Indeed, we view your personal data that you as an Owner store with the Service in your “Data Vault” as belonging to you. We may collect information related to how you logged in – whether through a mobile app or a browser – so we can alert you to new features about the Service.
Deep Cello may use your registration information to contact you to: deliver the Service and improve our Site, Service, features and content, and provide customer service; administer and enable your use, enjoyment and navigation of our Site, Service, and mobile Site; better understand your needs and interests; fulfill requests you make; and personalize your experience. However, we will never use your data to have things marketed to you unless you ask us to do so…
Deep Cello may collect non-personal information during your visit to the Site or mobile Site through our automatic data collection tools, which may include the use of ”cookies“ and other commonly used technologies.
A cookie is a small piece of data stored by a user’s browser. At Deep Cello, cookies contain session information to identify you for access purposes as you navigate the Site or mobile Site.
We also use 3rd-party payment processors who maintain information for recurring transactions.
We post customer testimonials on our Site that may contain personally identifiable information, such as your first name and/or photo. We will always obtain your consent before posting the testimonial. If you change your mind later, you may request removal of your name and/or photo from our testimonials by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. If you’d like to do that, we will ask you for the individual’s email address for the sole purpose of inviting them to the Service. All communications from Deep Cello contain a link allowing you to unsubscribe from our mailing list.
You do. We will never sell your data and only grant access to it to third parties with your explicit request that we do so by purchasing through our system or by submitting contact information to 3rd parties such as Facebook or Twitter. And we won’t otherwise grant any third party access to your data, except for a limited number of select service providers performing work on our behalf, and under the limited exceptions described below in order to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and to enforce our agreements.
We may employ independent companies or other third parties and individuals to help us provide, facilitate or improve our Service (such as customer service support). They are permitted to use data only for the purpose of performing services on our behalf or at an aggregate level.
Other than sharing with our select service providers as explained above, we will only be in a position to disclose information in the following limited circumstances relating to abuse or misuse of the Service or legal process.
(1) If Deep Cello believes in good faith that you have misused or abused the Service or the data of any Owner or Visitor to Deep Cello, or attempted to interfere with or harm our Service, we will investigate and cooperate with appropriate law enforcement, including, if necessary or appropriate, by disclosing your name, registration data or IP address and any other relevant information, to protect our rights or property, or those of our Visitors, Owners, corporate partners, and others. We will cooperate fully with any legal process or criminal investigation into the misuse or abuse of our Services. As noted above, the servers used in the operation of the Site and Service automatically identify a computer by its IP address.
(2) We may share your personal information as required by law to comply with a subpoena or similar legal process or government request, or when we believe in good faith that disclosure is legally required or otherwise necessary to protect our rights and property, or the rights, property or safety of our Visitors, Owners or others. Where your personal information has been requested by any governmental entity or other third party pursuant to subpoena or similar legal process, we will notify you as quickly as practicable before providing any such information, unless we are legally prohibited from doing so or we believe in good faith that disclosure is or may be necessary to protect life, avoid serious physical injury or property loss or damage, or to prevent or investigate an ongoing crime.
Where Deep Cello shares information under the above circumstances, Deep Cello would only be able to produce limited information. Sensitive data in your Data Vault is encrypted, and we do not store Owner passwords for sensitive information. Therefore, we could only produce data that is still encrypted and thus unreadable without being decrypted. Non-sensitive data is not encrypted, and we would be able to produce it.
Like any business, Deep Cello may experience a change in control, receipt of new investments, management changes, and any other changes in its corporate and management structures. If you don’t like these changes, you can always choose to remove your data from the Service.
The security of your personal information is important to us. We strive to follow industry best practices—and constantly work to review and improve them—to protect our Owners’ personal information, both during transmission and once we receive it. We encrypt all sensitive data with SSL encryption protected with public private key technology that protects your information enroute to our Service Providers. Deep Cello only stores basic contact information on these 3rd-party sites and has no access to banking or credit information.
We also work hard to keep up to date on the latest threats and best industry practices to ensure our security practices are current so we can protect your data and privacy. Nevertheless, no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is 100% secure. Therefore, we cannot guarantee its absolute security. If we discover a security incident that compromises your sensitive personal information, we will let you know about it, in accordance with applicable law.
Deep Cello uses default 256-bit SSL encryption and secure cookies to prevent others from eavesdropping on you when you transfer personal information. All pages and APIs involving the exchange of passwords or personal information are safeguarded this way. Please note that Deep Cello cannot guarantee that your ISP is not tracking your visits to Deep Cello and other sites, whether you are on our Site, the mobile Site, or our mobile application.
Please contact us at email@example.com or via mail at:
Deep Cello, Inc. 820 SE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97214
PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY SENSITIVE INFORMATION TO US VIA UNENCRYPTED EMAIL. Also, please note that we will need to verify and authenticate any emailed requests for access or changes to your personal or account information.