Welcome to the official privacy statement of the Bitcoin Loophole website. This privacy statement provides a breakdown of how Bitcoin Loophole, as a data controller, collects and utilizes the data on our site and the various methods we implement in order to give our users an improved experience of using the website.
As an established and highly regarded website, we prioritize the privacy of those who use our websites. As a result, carefully handling our users' personally identifiable information (Personal Data) has become one of our top priorities.
Throughout this official Bitcoin Loophole privacy statement, you may come across various words and terminology unique to the realm of online privacy. To ensure that you understand everything in this document, we have provided a helpful glossary of all terms used at the end of this privacy statement.
Before we begin, it’s worth noting that the Bitcoin Loophole team can alter or amend this privacy statement without us needing to provide prior notice beforehand. You're welcome to contact the Bitcoin Loophole customer service team if you have any questions or issues surrounding this privacy statement.
Personal data defined
The most straightforward way to define personal data is the wide range of personal information associated with a person. Unique and identifiable things such as a full name, current address, and government-issued ID are all classed as forms of personal data.
Which Personal Data does Bitcoin Loophole collect?
The Bitcoin Loophole website generally collects two main types of personal data. They are Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Non-Personally Identifiable Information (Non-PII). We may collect them through the following methods:
(a) Information users consensually give to us: This is any Personal Data that users give to Bitcoin Loophole whenever they request information from us or fill in different forms on our website.
(b) Information about how the Bitcoin Loophole site is used: Traffic data, usage statistics, and other data collected from software like Google Analytics.
(c) Contact with Bitcoin Loophole: Bitcoin Loophole may keep records of the contact that users make with the website to provide more effective customer service.
Who is the Data Controller, and why do we collect personal data?
Bitcoin Loophole is in the position of the data controller when it comes to the personal data of those who use the website. The decision-making process of how the personal data is processed is the responsibility of Bitcoin Loophole.
How does Bitcoin Loophole use your Personal Data?
In general, Bitcoin Loophole as a data controller may utilize collected data for a range of purposes including, but not limited to:
(a) Better communication: We may use the data you consensually provide to us whenever you make contact with the Bitcoin Loophole team. We do this to provide better customer service by being able to fulfill your requests more effectively.
(b) Promotions of Bitcoin Loophole: From time to time, Bitcoin Loophole may create incredible promotions and offers. After providing us with your consent, we may subsequently contact you to keep you informed of the opportunities available via promotional material.
(c) Security improvements and improvements of user experience: To effectively maintain our website's security and provide you with a better and safer user experience, we may use your Personal Data.
What are cookies, and how does Bitcoin Loophole use them?
A cookie is a small file of text that gets sent to the device you’re using to allow a website to recognize your device to save you time and make your browsing experience more convenient.
Suppose you decide that you wish to opt-out of using cookies, although be aware that this can drastically affect your user experience negatively. In that case, you can remove cookies through the browser settings of your device.
Across the official Bitcoin Loophole site, we may utilize the following forms of cookie technology:
(a) Functional cookies: This form of cookie works towards making a modern website function as its web admins intended. Functional cookies play a crucial role in ensuring all of a site's main features run smoothly. This cookie is one of the most widely used cookie technologies across modern websites.
(b) Google Analytics: The world-renowned Google Analytics is a crucial form of software that provides website owners with the chance to obtain valuable insights into how their website runs, its use, and other backend stats. Bitcoin Loophole has an agreement with Google which means Google is unable to see or utilize any of the data collected with these cookies.
(c) Third-party cookies: Last but not least are third-party cookies. These are most commonly found via third parties and affiliate links on the Bitcoin Loophole website.
Where is your Personal Data stored on Bitcoin Loophole?
Bitcoin Loophole does not store the personal data it collects. However, sometimes we may connect with third parties who will process collected Personal Data upon request. If this happens, it will be carried out in line with data processing agreements, and your Personal Data will not be shared without your consent.
How does Bitcoin Loophole protect my Personal Data?
The Bitcoin Loophole team has taken a range of precautionary steps to protect our users' personal data, which vary between the type of data in question. Any personal data collected is only accessible to those that need to access the data for fundamental purposes, such as law enforcement or other government authorities.
In this section, we will detail the most critical rights that every Bitcoin Loophole user is afforded regarding their personal data.
(a) Subject access: Bitcoin Loophole users can request access to all forms of their personal data that the website has collected.
(b) Adjustments: If a user believes that their personal data is incorrect, outdated, or inaccurate, they have the right to request that it is modified and updated.
(c) Deletion of personal data: Users can request that the personal data collected from the site be erased, provided that it meets certain conditions. In this case, Bitcoin Loophole can also contact any third-party data controllers and request that they erase any of your personal data if they have it.
(d) Transfer of personal data: Bitcoin Loophole users have the right to request that their personal data be transferred to a third party of their choice.
(e) Complaints: Site users have the right to raise an issue or complaint surrounding our use of their Personal Data with the relevant regulatory body in their country of residence.
Data Controller: The reason and methods of data control and processing fall under the jurisdiction of an appointed data controller.
Personal Data: From full names and current addresses to government-issued IDs, personal data defines any personally identifiable information of a person who can be legally identified.
Processing of Personal Data: This is a term that is used to describe any task or operation surrounding the topic of Personal Data, such as the collection, recording, storage, organization, updating, dissemination, retrieval, amendment/modification, merging, linking, blocking, erasure, and destruction of Personal Data.