Maintaining your privacy is one of our top priorities. We are committed to collecting minimal data from our users, partners, and visitors and do not sell user data to third parties. Please review our Privacy & Cookies Policy (“policy”), provided by Diamond Atlas Capital Limited (“Diamond Atlas”), to learn more about how we collect and use your data.
1.1 – In this policy, "Diamond Atlas", "we", "us", and "our" refer to Diamond Atlas Capital Limited. "Website" refers to https://diamondatlas.io and any domain or web-based property owned and/or managed by Diamond Atlas and any of its related services. “You” refers to any information any site visitors or third parties provide to us on our website and/or any information we obtain about you (“personal information”). Personal information includes information you provide about yourself as well as any information provided about others by you or on your behalf, including employees, consultants, staff, partners, and other associated parties.
1.2 – Any personal information collected will be held in accordance with data protection legislation as outlined below and will only be used as described in this policy, in accordance with applicable laws regarding your privacy and the processing of personal information in place at the date of this policy or as re-enacted, applied, amended, superseded, repealed, or consolidated. These legislations include, but are not limited to, (i) the UK Data Protection Act 2018; (ii) the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679; (iii) the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003; (iv) the U.S. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999, as amended, including implementing regulations implementing the Federal Trade Commission Act and the Data Collection Act of 2021 (S. 2134).
1.3 – By visiting the Website and/or contacting or engaging with us through the Website, you acknowledge that we are permitted to collect, use, and/or transfer your personal information as described in this policy.
1.4 – Diamond Atlas reserves the right to change this policy as needed or desired. We encourage you to check this page often to stay updated on our current policy.
2.1 – Diamond Atlas requests certain personal information when you contact us (“contact information”), including name, email address, and website. If you provide contact information on behalf of another individual or third-party, it is your responsibility to notify them that you have done so and to direct them to this policy to learn how their information will be collected, used, and/or transferred.
2.2 – Should a third-party provide us personal information on your behalf (e.g., fraud inquiries, identity verification, and other inquiries), it is that party’s responsibility to notify you of their collection, usage, and transfer of personal information and their responsibility to direct you to our policy.
2.3 – We may also collect and process data regarding the way you use, navigate, and interact with our website (“usage data”), such as referral source, browser specification information, pages visited, length of time on page, and other usage and navigation patterns. We do not track individual location or IP address. We enable IP address anonymization to comply with our policy and protect your personal information. This data is supplied by Google Analytics and is used for our legitimate business interests to monitor, analyze, and optimize the access and usability of our website and related services.
3.1 – Any personal information or any information you relay to us in an inquiry (“inquiry information”) which we use will be used to serve our legitimate business purposes, including improving our offerings and transactions with you; optimizing our website; and developing, initiating, or modifying a contract with you. Your information will be used for the purpose of serving you, our users, our compliance requirements, market analysis, necessary internal operations, legal obligations, and business-related record keeping.
3.2 – In the event that we use your personal information to subscribe you to newsletters, subscriptions, or other automated notifications, you will be given the option to opt out of such communication.
3.3 – We reserve the right to use any personal information, inquiry information, or other information shared to us for legal purposes, including both in-court and out-of-court, so as to protect our legitimate business interests and the legal rights of our business, employees, partners, or other individuals as necessary, including you. This usage includes purposes of acquiring, maintaining, or modifying insurance coverage; risk management; acquiring or facilitating legal advice; and acquiring or facilitating business or professional advice.
3.4 – In the event that inquiry information you supply to us voluntarily is required for use in legal proceedings which may or may not involve us, your interactions with us, or your use of our website, we will comply with the law to share such information to the extent required by law and will store such information as long as we are legally required to do so.
3.5 – At times, we may use your personal information to keep you informed of our services in general, our business developments, and/or any contract or business dealings you have entered into with us. If you would like to make any changes to the way we communicate with you, you are encouraged to contact us with suggestions, concerns, or questions.
3.6 – We reserve the right to disclose your personal information as required to protect the vital interests of you or another party as we see fit or as we are required to do so in order to remain in compliance with legal obligations, contractual obligations, or other binding or ethical obligations.
4.1 – We only store the information of users with whom we intend to develop an ongoing partnership. If you submit an inquiry but we choose not to follow up with you, you will not have your personal information or inquiry information collected or stored. Users to whom we respond, communicate, or intend to partner with will have their data stored as described in this policy.
4.2 – Personal information shared with us will be stored on our servers. We work to ensure that no unauthorized users are able to unlawfully gain access to your personal information.
4.3 – Personal information stored on our servers will only be retained for as long as is required to serve our legitimate business purposes or as long as is otherwise required to serve the purpose or purposes of its retention.
4.4 – We will store and protect your personal information for as long as it is reasonably required to serve our legitimate business interests or other obligations, including for legal, compliance, or insurance purposes.
4.5 – Despite our commitment to the safety and security of your personal information, we are unable to guarantee absolute security of any information transferred to us online. Any information you share with us will be shared at your own risk.
4.6 – In the event of a data breach or significant compromise of your personal information, we will notify you in accordance with relevant data protection legislation.
4.7 – Any transfer of personal information to third parties internationally will be made in accordance with relevant data protection legislation as required domestically and internationally and with consideration to appropriate, necessary, or otherwise reasonable safety measures.
4.8 – By using our site and transferring personal information and inquiry information, you acknowledge that such information may be made public and/or accessible worldwide and that we are unable to guarantee safe protection of such information against unauthorized use or misuse.
5.1 – You maintain the right to request that we do not process your personal information for marketing or research purposes. Without making such a request, your use of our website and/or your inquiry serve as an indication of your consent to having your personal information used for all purposes and in any and all manners described in this policy.
5.2 – You maintain the right to query us to:
I. Learn how your personal information is stored, transferred, and/or used by us;
II. Request that we make changes to ensure the accuracy of your information;
III. Cease the use, storage, or processing of any personal information we have of yours that is no longer accurate, up to date, or legal for us to use, store, or process;
IV. Request that we transfer such information to a third party in a manner that does not infringe upon applicable laws, our legitimate business interests, compliance, reasonable ethics, or any other obligation to which we are subject;
V. Complain about our use, storage, protection, or other manner of handling your personal information;
VI. Withdraw your consent for our use and storage of your information as described in this policy to the extent allowed by law; and/or
VII. Request that we erase your personal information from our servers.
5.3 – To request information regarding the use or details of your personal information, contact us.
5.4 – Complaints about our handling of your personal information can be made to a relevant data protection regulatory party such as the United States Privacy Office.
5.5 – Should our website contain links to third-party websites, we are not responsible or liable for their handling of your data. Third-party websites have separate privacy policies of their own, and we advise you to review those policies before sharing any personal information with them.
5.6 – Your rights are subject to limitations and exceptions. To learn more about your data rights, you are encouraged to research them independently. For an example resource, visit <https://iclg.com/practice-areas/data-protection-laws-and-regulations/usa>.
6.1 – Cookies are small files which hold code relaying information from a web server to a browser, which then stores the information and then relays information back to the server when the user browses webpages on the server.
6.3 – Cookies provide only information about your usage of our website and any information you share voluntarily. Once this information is used for relevant analysis, it is cleared from our servers.
6.7 – We are neither responsible nor liable for or control the cookie policies of any of our service providers, whose cookies may be stored on your computer through the use of our website.
7.1 – Our policy may be altered and updated on our website as often as we deem necessary. We may notify users of such changes, but you are encouraged to check back on this page to verify any updates, additions, or changes.
8.1 – To contact us regarding our use of personal information, data, cookies, or any other details related to this policy, contact us via the form.