At Bitcoin Circuit, security is of the greatest priority. We understand the importance of safeguarding personal information held on our servers or network.
We obtain your Personal Information in a few different ways: you give it to us directly, we get it from third parties, and we obtain it from automated procedures.
You may provide us with information about yourself by signing up for or creating a Bitcoin Circuit account, as well as when you report a concern. This approach requires your personally identifiable information (PII), such as, but not limited to, your full name, residential address, source of funds, and contact details.
When you use and access our Website, we may automatically acquire non-personally identifiable information (non-PII). This approach requires the following data: login credentials, device credentials, transaction credentials, and so on.
Usage and Storage
Bitcoin Circuit collects, utilises, and stores Personal Information to suit the needs of our users and for work purposes in general, which includes:
Delivery of services you have asked for;
Provision of information about our services;
Maintenance of our Website and services;
Gaining a thorough understanding of our users’ preferences to help improve our offered services;
Communication with our users;
Prevention of any suspicious activities from an account; and
Protection of Bitcoin Circuit and users’ rights and property.
When users browse the Website, log files record their identities. Log files collect information such as IP addresses, browser types, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), date and time stamps, referring/exit pages, and sometimes the number of clicks.
There is no connection between this and any personally identifiable information. The information is gathered to assess trends, manage the Website, track users' movements on the Website, and gain demographic statistics.
We maintain sufficient physical, technological, and procedural safeguards to protect your personal information. However, data transit over the internet is not completely safe. Data leaks, crashes, or information shared online are not the responsibility of the Bitcoin Circuit group.
If Bitcoin Circuit reasonably discovers any illegal conduct from an account or if it is obliged to do so by any law, regulation, or the mandate of any relevant authority or government agency, it may suspend any services (including your access to the account) or any part of the Website’s functionality.
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