Acuvate will never Acuvate does not share your personal data with any third party that intends to use it for direct marketing purposes, unless you have provided specific consent in relation to this.
Acuvate may share your personal data with third parties for other purposes, but only in the following circumstances:
Acuvate may provide your personal data to its affiliates or related companies for legitimate business purposes.
5.2 Service providers
Acuvate may engage service providers, agents or contractors to provide services on its behalf, including to administer Acuvate and services available to you. These third parties may come to access or otherwise process your personal data in the course of providing these services.
Acuvate requires such third parties, who may be based outside the country from which you have accessed the Acuvate Site or service, to comply with all relevant data protection laws and security requirements in relation to your personal data, usually by way of a written agreement.
Acuvate sometimes stores your data out of country. In some instances, there is a possibility that such data is transferred from one location to another. Such storage and transfers are undertaken with utmost care and attention. We contractually bind the service providers to store or transfer your information in a confidential manner and they are made to treat the data only according to relevant privacy laws of the land.
5.3 Partners and joint promotions
Acuvate may run a joint or co-sponsored program or promotion with another company and, as part of your involvement in the activity, collect and use your personal data.
Your personal data will only be shared with another company if you have opted in to receive information directly from that company. Acuvate encourages you to read the privacy notice of any such company before sharing personal data. If you do not want your personal data to be collected by or shared with a company other than Acuvate, you can always choose not to participate in such activity. If you do opt-in to communications from such a company, remember that you always have the right to opt-out and you would need to contact that company directly to do so.
5.4 Legal requirements and business transfer
Acuvate may disclose your personal data if it is required to do so by law or if, in Acuvate’s good faith judgment, such legal disclosure is reasonably necessary to comply with legal processes or respond to any claims.
In the event of a full or partial merger with, or acquisition of all or part of Acuvate by another company, the acquirer would have access to the information maintained by that Acuvate business, which could include personal data.