Privacy Policy

Your privacy is of the utmost importance to us. Our business model is based on the trust you extend to us to keep your data safe, and we take that very seriously: we are compliant with the California Privacy Rights Act (CCPA) as well as the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

This policy explains when and how we collect personal information about the visitors of our website, persons who contact us through a contact form or call us, and our business subjects and employees of the company; who has access to the collected data; how long we retain the data; how we keep it secure; and explains your rights to request information about the personal data we have stored on you, and to request its correction or deletion.

What type of information do we collect?

1. When you visit our website:

a. Anonymous visitor statistics with Google Analytics.

We use Google Analytics to collect anonymous, generic, aggregated statistics about the visitors of our website. These statistics allow us to optimize our website for different devices, and to understand general trends about its usability.

No information is collected that would allow us to identify you personally. To ensure this, we anonymize the IP address of all visitors of our website, and the collected information is deleted 14 months after your last visit to our website.

The Google Analytics servers used to store this information are usually located in the USA. For our European Data Subjects, the secure nature of the data transfer is governed by the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield legal framework.

Visit Google's Privacy Policy

b. Server logs from Amazon Web Services, Inc.

Our web server stores a log of website access requests your internet browser makes to our website in standard server access logs as part of the default configuration of any web server. Access request information is logged to improve the security of our visitors (e.g. to identify, analyze, and block attempts at (D)DoS attacks on our website), and to provide the basic functionality of the website.

Personally identifying information logged: IP address.

The server access logs are never used in combination with our operating business. Access to the server logs is restricted to our IT personnel, and the logs are generally deleted after 30 days. The Amazon servers storing these logs are located in the United States.

Visit the privacy policy of Amazon Web Services

c. External LeaderPass websites that are hosted by third parties

Our support website, which we link to from our homepage, is hosted by Zendesk Inc. The purpose of Zendesk is to provide our visitors with a comprehensive support suite, ranging from help articles, tutorials and how-tos to personal support by chat or email through one of our customer support representatives.

Personally identifying information we collect through the Zendesk help desk application: Name, contact information, IP address, and other information provided to us by the visitor submitting the help request form, or during the course of the visitor's interaction with one of our customer support representatives.

Zendesk may use cookies in order to provide their services efficiently, to analyze general trends, or to offer additional functionality to the visitors of their website.

Visit Zendesk's privacy policy

d. Integrated features of our website that are provided by third parties

We may employ certain features on our website which are provided by third parties, including:

Google Fonts

Our website may use fonts that are provided by Google Fonts and loaded from Google's servers to improve load times. We do not collect any information through this resource; however, as part of the normal functionality of the internet, the visitor's IP address is visible by the Google Fonts servers hosting the resource.

YouTube

Our website may provide embedded video content to our visitors which is hosted and provided by YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, Inc. We do not collect any information through this resource beyond the limited, aggregate statistics provided to us by Google as part of the normal operation of the video embedding technology. The visitor's IP address is visible by the YouTube or Google servers hosting the resource. We do not have access to any information collected by Google or YouTube through this resource; this is ensured by the standard cross-origin browser protocols of every internet browser.

Vimeo

Our website may provide embedded video content to our visitors which is hosted and provided by Vimeo, Inc. We do not collect any information through this resource beyond the limited, aggregate statistics provided to us by Vimeo. The visitor's IP address is visible by the Vimeo servers hosting the resource. We do not have access to any information collected by Vimeo through this resource.

Visit Vimeo's privacy policy

2. When you contact us through a form on our website:

When you submit a contact form on our website, we will store and use the data you submit to us for the intended purpose only.

Personally identifying information we collect through the contact forms on our website: Name, email address, phone number (optional), and any other personal information you submit to us through the form.

When you contact us, your information is stored on our servers provided by Zendesk, Inc. Your information is only used to provide you with the service you indicate when you submit the form.

Your rights

It is our core mission to protect your rights and your data. Should you ever be dissatisfied with our handling of your data, please let us know, so we may investigate and correct the issue.

Here we list your legal rights pertaining to your personally identifying information, in compliance by the GDPR and the CCPA:

1. Your right to revoke your consent

If you have previously given us your consent to store and use your data, and you'd like to revoke your consent, you may do so at any time. Simply email us at the email address below and notify us of your decision.

2. Your right of access and rectification

You may request a full record of your personally identifying information from us, and request the correction of faulty or missing data at any time. To do so, please email us at the address provided below.

3. Your right to limitation of data processing

We principally use your data only for the purposes you have requested of us at the time of collection, or in the course of your mandate. You may at any time restrict our use of your data to certain purposes, or exclude it for certain purposes. To do so, please email us at the address provided below.

4. Your right to deletion

You may request the deletion of your personal data at any time. To do so, please email us at the address provided below.

5. Your right of appeal to a supervisory authority

If you are dissatisfied with our treatment of your information, you have the right to file a complaint with a data protection agency.

Data transfer on legal order

If we receive a legally binding order to transmit data, for example by court order or from a law enforcement agency, we are obliged to provide the relevant data if we hold it.

Third-party websites that we link to on our website

Our website may feature links to websites provided by third parties. We generally review the privacy policies of each linked site before we link to it, however, we can assume no responsibility for their accuracy or compliance, or for the safety of visitors. We recommend that you check the privacy statements of the respective websites yourself.

Contact information

LeaderPass, Inc.
10945 State Bridge Rd, Ste 401
Alpharetta, GA 30022
United States
support@leaderpass.com

Any questions?

We're happy to answer any further questions. You'll find all the ways to contact us here.

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