We will not sell or rent your personal data. Period.
The data we collect includes, but is not limited to, personally identifying information and personal data, such as your contact information, physical address, telephone number, mobile telephone number, localization data including geolocation, connection or device data, IP address, employment and compensation data, ID data, work/professional life data, professional skills information, personal life data, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic data, biometrics data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, health data, sex life or sexual orientation, friends and family information, personal master data, contract master data, work performance history and metrics, customer history, files, or media. Some data we may ask for, such as your name and area of residence, are necessary for us to provide you with our services. Some data we may ask for, such as GPS location information, is optional. However, if you elect not to provide the optional data, the ability to offer you service opportunities may be limited.
We may also collect your taxpayer identification number (“TIN”) and information concerning a bank account or other financial institution to which you request client payments to you be made, and various timings/behaviors such as speed of data entry, keystrokes, and orientation of your mobile device, in connection with the Platform’s quality control and optimization. We may also collect the above categories of data from any third-party client company with whom you have elected to do business. For any information considered sensitive under applicable law, we will obtain your express consent before collecting such data. We may also collect information from third-party sources.
Where necessary, we may also collect personal data from you in connection with legal obligations or our legitimate business interests.
The data we collect is referred to as “Your Information”.
We will use some or all of Your Information to create a profile for you (“Your Profile”). You will have the ability to edit, update, and erase certain information contained in Your Profile through the Platform; and you will be solely responsible for ensuring that the information contained in Your Profile is accurate and up-to-date. You should not submit any information that you do not want to be disclosed to a third party.
We use Your Information (i) to inform you about potential client opportunities that it believes might be of interest to you, (ii) in connection with the operation, R&D and improvement of the Platform and services, including its anti-abuse and anti-fraud systems, its delivery of technical support and certain administrative services that we provide to you and to any third-party client company with which you elect to do business, (iii) to help ensure data accuracy and data verification, (iv) for work performance metrics and analytics, (v) for archiving and legal compliance purposes, and (vi) to communicate with you about administrative, support, or other matters.
We will not sell or rent your personal data. Subject to the following paragraph, we will disclose Your Information to the third-party client companies with which you elect to do business, or otherwise through your instruction. By electing to do business with a third-party client company, you hereby authorize us to disclose Your Information to such third-party client company. This is performed to help you to easily work with those opportunities directly in the Platform without having to manage multiple accounts, multiple logins, multiple websites, etc., and facilitating your communications with that third party client company. Note that certain client opportunities designated as “External” are hosted on other websites and may not include a Client Agreement directly within the Technology Platform. In such cases, you will be taken instead to that client company’s website.
We will not disclose your TIN, or your information concerning a bank account or other financial institution to which you request client payments to you be made, to any third party except to (i) a third-party client company with which you have elected to do business to enable such third-party client company to potentially pay you and comply with its information reporting duties under applicable laws, or (ii) other data processors on your instruction.
We will not publicly disclose any information that personally identifies you. Our only public disclosures using Your Information will consist of general aggregated information, such as anonymized geographic location and demographics.
The data processors we engage could be off-site. We may transmit your personal data to processors in a country outside of your residence, such as the United States. We will only do so where we can comply with applicable laws, such as to processors residing in countries with adequacy decisions, or in accordance with Standard Contractual Clauses, which have been developed to help ensure that Your Information is transferred with appropriate or suitable safeguards. You may obtain a copy of those safeguards by contacting us via the methods shown below.
In circumstances that we determine, in our sole discretion, to be appropriate or required by law, we may disclose Your Information to a government agency, a law enforcement official, or court. Where permitted by law, we may provide you with prior notification of such disclosure to the extent that we, in our good-faith judgment, determine such notification to be legally required or advisable.
If we are involved in a transaction where the Company, or substantially all of its assets, will be acquired by or merged into another legal entity, or will result in a change in the ownership of the Company, Your Information may be transferred to the other legal entity or remain with the Company but with new owners. In such cases, you hereby authorize and consent to such transfer of Your Information, or to Your Information remaining with the Company with new owners. If you do not agree to the transfer you may discontinue use of the Platform and request to have Your Information erased.
You may use your browser settings to remove or disable cookies, however our products and services will likely not work correctly for you.
We take the security of Your Information very seriously. We take commercially reasonable and appropriate steps to protect Your Information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, processing, disclosure or alteration, theft, damage, or destruction. We have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to protect Your Information. Details of these procedures are available upon request.
We are not responsible for any content in external links. Content on third-party websites, and the related Privacy Policies covering those websites, are the responsibility of their respective owners.
We retain Your Information only as long as needed for the purposes for which it was originally collected, and/or as permitted by applicable law. You may request that Your Information be erased at any time. If you do so, the Company may retain Your Information for an additional period where permitted by law.
Please note that, if you request for Your Information to be erased, and we erase it, any third-party client companies whom you have elected to work with may still have copies of Your Information in their own systems. If you wish to have those companies erase Your Information as well, you should contact them directly. Please contact us if you require any assistance in this regard.
Our products and services are not intended to be used by anyone under 18 years of age. We do not allow them to register and do not knowingly collect Personal Data from them. If it comes to our attention that we have collected Personal Data from anyone younger than 18, we reserve the right to delete this information with or without notice. If you have reason to believe that this has occurred, please contact us immediately.
The Gigspot app syncs opportunity and survey data with your device and Platform servers so that you can work offline. If you have entered Personal Data into a survey it is stored on your device until that survey has been submitted. Deleting the app will also remove that data from your device.
Note that submitting a survey does not necessarily remove media (images, videos, recordings) captured outside of the app (e.g. stored in your photo gallery). In some circumstances, media captured in the app may also have been copied to your device’s gallery. Any media in your gallery would need to be manually removed by you.
The app stores account email address(es) and passwords that you provide to it on your device to allow you to quickly sync data with the Platform. You may delete this data by logging out in the app or deleting the app entirely. Note that for certain older or special-market Android phones, after deleting the app you may also need to manually delete the file(s) located at: Android/data/com.gigspot/files/11cb952d76c3
For users who reside in various jurisdictions around the world, you are entitled to certain disclosures about how your personal data is processed. You may also have certain rights with respect to your personal data. Examples of such laws include the data privacy laws of:
Depending on where you reside, some or all of these disclosures and data rights may apply to you. Because we take data privacy and protection very seriously, we provide everyone who uses our Platform with the following information, regardless of where you live or whether it applies to you.
Your jurisdiction may provide certain protections and rights regarding how personal data is collected, processed, and how and when it may be transferred outside of those countries.
Who Controls your Personal Data?
At any time, you may request to exercise any of the following pertaining to your personal data:
Where we have obtained specific consents from you, you have the right to withdraw those consents. Doing so may affect the services we are able to provide to you.
You have the right to restrict how we are processing your personal data. Doing so may affect the services we are able to provide to you.
You have the right to object to how we are processing your personal data. Doing so may affect the services we are able to provide to you.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, available at:
Certain U.S. states have also established agencies to which inquiries or complaints may be forwarded. Please consult the laws of each such state for contact information.
If you reside in jurisdictions not listed above, please contact your local supervisory authority.
You have the right not to be subject to decisions based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produce legal or other significant effects for you.
If a personal data breach occurs and is likely to result in a high risk to your rights and freedoms, we will notify you and where required, the appropriate supervisory authority, in a timely fashion.
Data Privacy Framework
Additionally, please note the following:
If you are a California resident, you may have the right to: