PRIVACY POLICY

Please note that this personal data protection policy may change from time to time. It is your responsibility to review the policy each time you use our services.

This personal data protection policy was last updated on 19 November 2018.

This personal data protection policy describes how Rich Data Corporation Solutions Pte Ltd and its affiliates collect, use and disclose personal data.

A reference to “we”, “our”, or “us” is a reference to Rich Data Corporation Solutions Pte Ltd and its affiliates. A reference to “you” or “your” is a reference to the individual whose personal data is collected. “Personal data” as referenced in this policy shall have synonymous meaning with “personal information”, as well as “personally identifiable information”.

Personal data which we collect when we sign you up for an account, provide a service, conduct a survey or otherwise in the normal course of our business, may include your name, personal contact information, payment details, technical information (such as your IP address) and any other ad hoc information which you choose to supply us and which is of an obvious personal nature, and we may collect it direct from you or else from your computer, phone or other device, depending on the type of service you have elected to receive.

We collect personal data only to the extent that is necessary and appropriate and for the purpose of carrying out our normal business activities, including but not limited to the delivery of services which we have contractually committed to provide to you, directly or indirectly.

We will only use and disclose your personal data for purposes directly connected with the reason for us collecting it in the first place, or for a related purpose which you would reasonably expect. We ensure that all our employees and other personnel are familiar with the personal data protection obligations which we have undertaken to you in this regard.

You acknowledge and agree that we may at any time transfer your personal data to a related body corporate or affiliate which, in accordance with our normal company operations, requires access to such data.

To the extent that our services involve the transfer of personal data overseas, we will take appropriate steps to ensure that the data is handled by the overseas recipient in a manner consistent with personal data protection laws operating in Singapore.

You consent to us providing you with promotional material relevant to our normal business operations (although you may expressly opt out of receiving such material at any time). We will not provide your personal data to a third party for any direct marketing activity.

We will only retain your personal data for as long as is necessary to meet the purpose for which it was originally collected, unless and to the extent we are required by law to retain the information for a longer period. When your personal data is no longer required, we will take commercially reasonable and technically appropriate steps to delete or de-identify that data.

We will take reasonable steps to ensure that your personal data remains current, complete and accurate. If you advise us as to any inaccuracy, we will make the appropriate correction. Ultimately, your reasonable co-operation is required if we are to ensure that your personal data remains accurate.

We have implemented reasonable security arrangements to protect your personal data against loss, theft, unauthorised access and unauthorised disclosure.

You are entitled to view the personal data which we hold about you except in circumstances where applicable data protection laws authorise us to deny access. You may be charged an administrative fee for this service.

We will correct any inaccuracy in your personal data which is brought to our attention.

If you have any queries or complaints regarding this personal data protection policy or our personal data protection practices generally, please contact us as follows:

By email:

privacy@richdataco.com

Alternatively, you are entitled to make direct contact with the Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission if you have a complaint. If in doubt in this regard, and/or if you are located in a different jurisdiction, you may obtain guidance from your local data regulation authority, or you may wish to seek independent legal advice.