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Gientech Privacy Policy

Last updated: July 1st, 2023

 

Welcome to the Gientech website! Gientech appreciates your attention and interest and is sincerely eager to cooperate with you for a long term!

 

Gientech and its affiliated entities operating globally (mainly CEC Gientech Digital Technology Group Co.,Ltd and any of its affiliated company) (hereinafter referred to as “We”), respect your (individuals or corporate) privacy rightsand value the protection of your Personal Data. The Gientech Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as “Privacy Policy”) explains how we collect, use and protect your Personal Data and how you can exercise your rights to Personal Data protection when you register as our customer or vendor.

 

For the avoidance of doubt, this Privacy Policy applies only to the customer maintenance of Gientech, activities concerning vendor registration, business cooperation and management of Gientech. For information about Gientech's practices regarding processing Personal Data in the context of offering products or services, please refer to the privacy policy or other equivalents that we provide to you separately. The Gientech website is only available to natural person (or company) over the age of 18. If you are under 18, please do not provide us with your Personal Data through the Portal.

 

“Personal Data” in this Privacy Policy herein refer to all kinds of information recorded electronically or otherwise that can identify a specific natural person or reflect the activities of a specific natural person either alone or in combination with other information, including the natural person’s name, phone number, company name, position, email address, etc. Personal Data includes the sensitive Personal Data specified in applicable laws and regulations.

 

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us using the contact details provided at the bottom of this Privacy Policy.

 

This Privacy Policy informs you of the following information:

1. What types of Personal Data we collect and why we collect them

2. Notice of cookies and similar technologies

3. How we entrust the processing of your Personal Data, share or publicly disclose your Personal Data

4. How do we protect your Personal Data

5. How do we store your Personal Data

6. Lawful basis for processing Personal Data

7. Your rights

8. How do we update this Privacy Policy

9. How to contact us

 

 

1. What types of Personal Data we collect and why we collect them

 

We may collect Personal Data about you in the following ways. In general, we will only use your Personal Data for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy or for the purposes that we explain to you at the time of collecting the relevant Personal Data. If permitted by applicable laws and regulations, we may also process Personal Data for other purposes that are not inconsistent with the purpose disclosed to you.

 

(1) Personal Data voluntarily provided from you

 

1) Preliminary screening and registration of vendors

 

If you are willing to register as our customer or individual vendor, you need to provide us with your basic Personal Data via our website (https://www.gientech.com) or by email, including your name, phone number, company name, position, email address,etc., so that we can establish in-depth cooperation with you.

 

If you are the contact person of a corporate vendor, we will only collect your name, phone number, company name, position, email address in addition to the relevant corporate information (such as company profile, website information, scale of the company, information of full-time staff, business license, clients and project experience).

 

After passing the preliminary screening, you or your company will be entered into the customer or vendor pool. If you refuse to provide the above information, you or your company will not be able to complete our customer or vendor registration and selection process.

 

The above-mentioned information is the information we need for concluding and performing the service agreement, and if you refuse to provide it, it will directly affect our cooperation relationship with you.

 

(2) Personal Data we collect indirectly

 

If you provide us with any Personal Data of any data subjects other than yourself, please bring this Privacy Policy to their attention. You hereby acknowledge that you have obtained their consent or completed other formality as required by other lawful basis for the Personal Data processing in lieu of consent before providing such Personal Data to us. By submitting such information to us, you represent to us that you are entitled to provide and we are entitled to process relevant Personal Data for the purposes as stated in the Privacy Policy.

 

(3) Personal Data we collect automatically

 

When you log on to the Gientech website, we may automatically collect data about you from your device, mainly including IP address, login time and number of attempts, type and version number of operating system, device type, approximate location data (city and country), as well as data about your behavior when using the services, in order to perform verification for risk control and ensure the operational safety of the project platform, as well as to conduct analysis of usage data.

 

The aforementioned data is generally collected through cookies or similar technologies that we use, as described in the “Notice of cookies and similar technologies” section below.

 

2. Notice of cookies and similar technologies

 

We may automatically collect certain device and technical information from your device through cookies when you visit the Gientech website. We may use this information for internal data analysis, troubleshooting of service failures, and to ensure the security and stability of the relevant websites and platforms. We also need to keep appropriate logs to record the operational status of the relevant websites and platforms in order to comply with applicable laws and regulations.

 

When you change your browser settings to disable cookies or use the "anonymous web browsing" feature of your browser, the cookies will not continue to collect information about you. You acknowledge and understand that, as some of the services are supported and implemented by cookies, your access to the relevant websites and platforms may be affected or you may have difficulty accessing our services adequately after you disable cookies.

 

3. How we entrust the processing of your Personal Data, share or publicly disclose your Personal Data

 

(1) Entrusted processing

 

In order to improve the efficiency of information processing, we may engage third parties (such as those who assist us in developing and operating the Gientech website) to process your Personal Data on our behalf. We will enter into strict confidentiality agreements with such third parties and require them to process Personal Data in accordance with our requirements, this Privacy Policy, and the confidentiality and security measures required by applicable laws and regulations.

 

(2) Data sharing

 

We may share your Personal Data with third parties in the following circumstances:

Ÿ the event of any change, merger, acquisition, reorganization, or liquidation involving the transfer of Personal Data, we will ask the new company or organization holding your Personal Data to continue to process your Personal Data in accordance with this Privacy Policy. If the new company or organization holding your Personal Data needs to use your Personal Data for purposes not stated in this Privacy Policy, the new company or organization will obtain your consent, unless otherwise provided by the applicable laws and regulations.

Ÿ To relevant competent law enforcement body, regulatory, government agency, court or other third party where we believe that such disclosure is to (1) comply with an applicable law or regulation; (2) exercise, establish or defend our legal rights, or (3) protect your vital interests or those of any other person.

 

Prior to sharing, we may separately inform you of the names of the third parties, their contact information, the purpose and manner of processing and the types of Personal Data, and obtain your consent (or complete any formality as required by other lawful basis) where required by applicable laws and regulations.

 

(3) Public disclosure

 

We will not publicly disclose your Personal Data except as described in this Privacy Policy, unless we have obtained your consent to do so or in accordance with applicable laws or regulations.

 

4. How do we protect your Personal Data

 

We use appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your Personal Data that we collect and process. All personal information we collect is stored on secure servers. All electronic transactions conducted on our website are protected by SSL encryption technology.The measures we use are designed to provide a level of security appropriate to the risk of processing your Personal Data. Please be aware and understand that we cannot ensure an absolute secure network. If you find that your Personal Data are breached, please contact us using the contact details provided in “How to contact us” of this Privacy Policy immediately so that we can take corresponding measures.

 

In the event of any accident, force majeure event or other circumstances leading to the breach of your Personal Data, we will make every effort to control the situation and promptly inform you of the cause, the security measures we have taken and you can take and other relevant information. In the event of a security incident related to Personal Data, we will report to the competent authorities in accordance with the requirements of applicable laws and regulations, promptly investigate the problem, and take emergency measures.

 

5. How do we store your Personal Data

 

(1) International transfer

 

For the need of our global operation, your Personal Data may be transferred to, and stored at, a jurisdiction different from the one you locate. Such jurisdiction may not provide the same level of data protection as your jurisdiction. Under such circumstances, we will take all necessary and appropriate safeguards to ensure the security of your Personal Data in transit and require that the recipient of your Personal Data offers an adequate level of protection and security in accordance with this Privacy Policy and applicable laws and regulations, for instance by entering into the appropriate data processing agreements and, if necessary, standard contractual clauses with the recipient or adopting an alternative mechanism for the transfer of Personal Data as approved by applicable regulators.

 

(2) Retention period

 

We will store your Personal Data only to the extent as necessary to the customer development and maintenance or the vendor management needs of our company, except as provided otherwise by applicable laws or regulations. When there is no such need to use your Personal Data (e.g. when you wish to terminate the cooperation and request us to delete your personal information) or the period limit for retention expires according to applicable laws or regulations, we will delete or anonymize your Personal Data.

 

6. Lawful basis for processing Personal Data (applicable to customers or vendors located in the EU/EEA)

 

Our lawful basis for collecting and using the Personal Data described in this Privacy Policy will depend on the Personal Data concerned and the specific context in which we collect it. The specific lawful basis on which we rely for each of the purposes which we process your Personal Data for is set forth below:

 

Purposes

Lawful basis (as applicable)

To collect Personal Data voluntarily provided from you for the purposes of customer or vendor registration, establishment of partnership, or to automatically collect device and technical data about you for the purposes of monitoring the Gientech website and platforms.

  • The necessity to establish cooperative relationship;or

  • The necessity to enter into or perform a vendor service agreement between you and us;or

  • The legitimate interest of monitoring the operation of the Vendor Portal and platform; or

  • The consent.

Contact you with the information voluntarily provided to inform you about business cooperation, vendor registration, management and project communications.

Contact you to send information about cooperation opportunities that may be of interest to you or your company

Comply with regulatory, compliance, or legal obligations and/or requirements, or to assist law enforcement and government authorities as permitted or required by applicable laws and regulations.

The necessity to perform legal obligations.

 

7. Your rights

 

If you want to access, correct, update and delete your Personal Data (e.g. when update your contact information, or request us to delete your information, etc.), and exercise other data subject’s legal rights under applicable laws and regulations (e.g. to withdraw consent we obtained from you to collect and process your Personal Data, or to request us to transfer your Personal Data to a designated third party, to restrict our processing of your Personal Data, to object to any processing of your Personal Data carried out on the basis of legitimate interests, etc.), you can contact us using the contact details provided in “How to contact us”.

 

We will respond to all requests we receive to exercise the data subject's rights in accordance with the requirements of applicable laws and regulations within the required time limit. To the extent as permitted by applicable laws and regulations, we may not be able to respond to your request to exercise your rights in the certain circumstances. For instance, if your request is contrary to our obligations under applicable laws and regulations, or may infringe our trade secrets, we may refuse to respond to your request. Besides, if we have sufficient evidence of your subjective malice or abuse of rights, or response to your request would infringe the significant legitimate rights and interests of us or other individuals organizations or the public interests, we may also decline your request. Under such circumstances, we would simultaneously provide you with our reason of refusal in the response.

 

If we terminate our services or operations, we will notify you at least thirty (30) days in advance and will delete or anonymize your Personal Data after termination of services or operations.

 

8. How do we update this Privacy Policy

 

We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time in response to changing legal, technical or business developments and to reflect the development and management demand of Gientech. When we update our Privacy Policy, we will take appropriate measures to inform you, depending on the significance of the changes we make. We will obtain your consent to any material changes to Privacy Policy if and where this is required by applicable laws and regulations.

 

You can see when this Privacy Policy was last updated by checking the "last updated" date displayed at the top of this Privacy Policy. If you continue to use the functions on the Gientech website, you are deemed to have accepted the updated Privacy Policy.

 

9. How to contact us

 

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy or our processing upon your Personal Data, especially if you consider that our processing your Personal Data impairs your legitimate interests, please contact us via Corporate_Legal@gientech.com. We will review your problem without delay and make timely reply according to the applicable laws and regulations.

 


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