By continuing to use our website (Site), you acknowledge that you have read, understood, accept, and comply with this document. If you do not agree with any of the information described in this document, you should not access the Site.
“We/Us” means dclinic.io; “Website” means the websites located at: https://dclinic.io/
or any other URL, which may replace it; “You” means a User of the Website; “Users” means the Users of the Website collectively; “Cookies” means small text files which Our Website places on Your computer’s hard drive to enable information about Your browsing session and to identify Your computer; “Personal Information” means the information provided by You as well any information regarding behavior on the Website. When you visit our website, even without creating an Account with us, we will collect the following information which is sent to us by your computer, mobile device, phone, or any other device. The information collected includes: your IP address, mobile network information, standard web information and device information. We are committed to protecting the privacy of Our Users. Information about Users will not be disclosed to any third party. We will not share Your Personal Information with any third party that we acquire or have already acquired, unless otherwise provided by law. You agree that data can be used for the purpose of statistical analysis in anonymised summary form.
1.2 WHITELISTING A certain amount of your personal data may have to be provided in order for the Company to validly issue dClinic health coins(DHC). The personal data may comprise the data requested in accordance with the KYC/AML process requirements. In the process of whitelisting, dclinic.io will collect the following data:
1.2.1 Personal data of Individuals:
- Email and mailing address and address of residence (PO boxes are not acceptable unless accompanied by valid mailing address)
- Government issued identification numbers including where relevant, but not limited to, social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and passport numbers
- Date of Birth
- Copies of valid photo identifications for those listed
1.2.2 Data of Corporate Participants:
- Name of business and corporate representatives and official email address;
- Government issued identification numbers for the Corporate Participant;
- Copies of current photo identifications of corporate representatives using the account;
- Mailing address of the client’s principal place of business (we reserve the right to request the customer’s local address if the local address is not the same as the business’ principal place of business);
Customer identification procedures shall be adhered to determine the beneficial owners of trust or corporate accounts. These procedures include establishing whether a customer is an agent of another; deriving information concerning the ownership or structure of a company that is a legal entity not publicly traded in the Australia or other countries; and for trustees, getting data about the trust structure, determining the provider of funds, and discerning who has control over the funds and power to remove the trustee.
Such collected data solely serves the purpose of processing the DHC issuance under Terms and conditions of token generation. Moreover, such data is gathered to fulfill relevant legal requirements. Personal information will in no event be communicated or released to third parties, save from the Company’s bank and other financial institutions providing liquidity to the company, if requested, and is to be deleted by the Company after the purpose of the gathering has been met. As the dClinic health coins (DHC) issuance is submitted only on your demand, the voluntary provision of your data is considered an explicit approval of the subsequent processing of such data.
Any person considering to participate in token generation event is required to inform themselves about, and to observe, any restrictions imposed upon them by any jurisdiction other than the laws of Australia in connection with Privacy and immediately inform the Company if such laws set special requirements with regard to privacy issues. In the process of whitelisting any person gives explicit consent to the use of the received data for the following purposes:
- Email address might be used for update notifications and for communication;
- Other personal data might be used in accordance with the KYC/AML process requirements.
Any person who provided personal data to the Company can demand its deletion by sending an email to : [email protected]
1.3 THIRD PARTY PRIVACY POLICIES Please note that through our Website, you can access or have access to the Websites that may be subject to certain third party terms and conditions and privacy policies. Some functionalities might also be embedded to the Website. You recognize and agree that we are not liable for any such third party terms and conditions and their use of your personal information.
1.4 EXCEPTIONAL DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION Information that we collect and process will be disclosed only if that is Our legal obligation, or in the good faith that such action is necessary for the lawful proceedings before courts or other state bodies as well as to protect and promote Our legitimate interests.