Decurian understands that privacy is an extremely important right granted to all, and is not a privilege earned by some. To that end, Decurian has taken care to ensure that the collection, dissemination, and use of all personally identifiable information is clearly understood. This document outlines what information is collected, when and how it is collected, how it is used once collected, with whom the information is shared and under what circumstances.
Collection of Information
Decurian collects and manages personal data given by the user upon registration. This personal information is only collected with a users explicit knowledge and is never collected without their consent or without their knowledge.
Names, email addresses, and technical data related to electronic mail may be additionally collected by Decurian as a result of emails being sent to any email address associated with the @decurian.com domain name.
After user registration, Decurian is entitled to use the address specified by User (email address, phone number, or any other identification data for contact purposes) for the purposed of sending the User, newsletters or advertising letters in connection with Decurian and/or the services provided by Decurian.
Government-issued identification documents (such as drivers licenses and/or passports) may be reviewed by Decurian staff, affiliates, partners, or subsidiaries for the purpose of identifying candidates.
Certain services are available only for registered users or for those users who has completed Decurian registration forms.
Non-personal information is also collected from time to time without explicit consent from users. Decurians web servers may collect technical information related to a socket connection such as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, dates/times of website access(es), and logging, tracing, and debug information related to a user’s web browser connection to Decurian’s web servers.
Furthermore, information regarding payments made to Decurian via cryptocurrency networks (i.e. Bitcoin and/or Etherium) are implicitly collected by the cryptocurrency networks themselves and is available to the public, including Decurian. This information includes cryptocurrency addresses from which payments originated, and the public keys associated with the payer’s cryptocurrency keys.
Use of Your Personal Data
Decurian, may use Personal Data for the Following Purposes;
- To Provide & Maintain our Services, including to monitor the usage of our Cryptocurrency in the marketplace.
- To Manage Your Account - to manage your registration as a user of Decurian and/or Aces.
- To Contact You – Either by email, telephone calls, SMS, or other equivalent forms of electronic communication, such as a mobile
- application push notification, for the updates or informative communication relating to Decurian and/or Aces.
- To Provide you with news, special offers and general information about other goods, services and events which Decurian may offer.
- To Manage Your Requests – To attend to and to manage your requests as Users send them out.
Decurian may, from time to time, use personal data to ensure the accuracy of other associated information (i.e. use an email address to confirm the accuracy of a mailing address).
Decurian provides information controls that allow individuals to choose the capacities in which their information is used. These controls allow individuals to “opt-in” or “opt-out” of particular uses of their information, such as being sent newsletters. Decurian respects the privacy of individuals and will make every reasonable effort to respect the choices made by individuals who make use of Decurian’s resources.
In the event an email is sent to an address associated with the @decurian.com domain, Decurian will assume the sender consents to the use of the email address and name information associated with the email for the purposes of receiving a reply from Decurian staff. Decurian will also assume that the contents of the email were intended as private, and that no consent has been given to Decurian to reproduce or share the content with any 3rd party.
Sharing of Information
Decurian respects the privacy of the users of its services and will take reasonable action to prevent the collected information from being given to other parties without consent.
Despite this, Decurian will, from time to time, share some or all of the collected information with other parties in select cases in accordance with the choices selected by users or in accordance with local, national, or international laws.
Decurian will cooperate with law enforcement personnel who present valid warrants for investigations that involve Decurian’s collected data. Decurian will refuse to cooperate with law enforcement who do not positively identify themselves, their organizations, or present a valid warrant issued by a judge, justice of peace, or other authoritative judiciary personnel.
Decurian may share or transfer your personal information in connection with, or during negotiations of, any merger, sale of company assets, financing, or acquisition of all or a portion of Decurian’s business to another company.
Protection of Personal Information
Decurian maintains backup systems which will, from time to time, create copies of information collected by Decurian. Decurian will take reasonable measures to limit the accessibility of this information by making use of techniques such as passwords, encryption, and physical security.
Furthermore, Decurian will employ encryption where appropriate to protect the personal information during transit to and from Decurian servers.
Removal of Personal Information
Decurian believes that every individual has the right to control how their information is used. As a result, Decurian will respect the request for removal of personal information from its active servers.
While it is possible to remove active data from databases, Decurian acknowledges that even after removal it is possible that removed information can still exist in backups or archives of old data that is maintained for the purposes of disaster recovery efforts. These copies may be retained until the copy has been replaced by a more recent backup that no longer contains the personal information. Furthermore, Decurian acknowledges that this information, in some cases, can be reconstructed through various digital forensic techniques which are beyond the control of Decurian. Decurians will make every reasonable effort to remove personal information from its active systems where requested and to no longer use the information actively. However, Decurian also acknowledges that in many cases it may be impossible to completely remove all traces of this information.
Retention of Your Personal Data
Transfer of Your Personal Data
Although Decurian’s services are not directed at children, Decurian makes no attempt to prevent access to its services by children. As such, it is possible for children or minors to submit information to Decurian. If you feel a child or minor has submitted personal information to Decurian without consent of their parent or guardian, please do not hesitate to contact Decurian to have the situation addressed in a timely fashion.