Privacy Policy

 A record of the previous version can be found here.
By means of this Privacy Policy, LinkedIP provides you with information about how it
uses Personal Data as a Data Controller.

About this Privacy Policy

1. LinkedIP User’s Personal Data Processing
2. Site Visitor’s Personal Data Processing - Cookies
3. Lead's Personal Data Processing - Sales and Marketing
4. Other recipients of the collected Personal Data
5. Retention of Personal Data
6. Personal Data Transfer outside of the European Union
7. Third parties' links on the Site
8. Security
9. Your rights and choices
10. Amendments
11. Contact us
12. LinkedIP entities
LinkedIP uses your Personal Data as a Data Controller - on its own behalf - in the following
If you use LinkedIP product and Services that require an LinkedIP account (we further
call you “LinkedIP User”), LinkedIP will process some of your Personal Data as a Data
Controller under certain circumstances described below. An LinkedIP User is typically a
representative or an employee of LinkedIP’s Customer or of a prospect (a company that is
about to become LinkedIP’s Customer) who acts as our Customer’s agent. If you are an
LinkedIP User, Sections 1 and 4-11 apply to LinkedIP’s processing of your Personal Data. Also,
LinkedIP likely processes, acting as a Data Processor, your Personal Data for other purposes
than those stated herein – for more information about such processing (as well as for
exercising your rights related to Personal Data Processing) you should contact the
corresponding LinkedIP Customer – the Data Controller.
You simply visit the Site (we further call you “Site Visitor”) - without being logged into
your LinkedIP account, in case you are also an LinkedIP User. If you are a Site Visitor, Sections
2 and 4-11 apply to LinkedIP’s processing of your Personal Data.
You showed interest in LinkedIP's product or services and agreed to be listed as a
contact in our marketing database (we further call you a "Lead"). If you are a Lead, Sections 3
and 4-11 apply to LinkedIP’s processing of your Personal Data.
LinkedIP is a global service provider and, correspondingly, it collects Personal Data in different
locations globally and from individuals across globe. Thus, different privacy (personal data
protection) laws apply to LinkedIP’s usage of your Personal Data. LinkedIP strives to follow the
highest standards of protection of your personal data, respecting, on the other hand, local
differences in applicable regulation. This Privacy Policy applies to LinkedIP’s processing of
Personal Data globally.
Unless otherwise provided herein, all terms starting with a capital letter shall have the meaning
ascribed to them in LinkedIP’s Terms of Use.

1. LinkedIP User’s Personal Data Processing
The Data Controller of LinkedIP User’s Personal Data is such LinkedIP entity, which is a
contracting party to Customer to whose account your LinkedIP usage is linked. It is always one
of LinkedIP’s entities listed here.
The table below indicates the different purposes your Personal Data, as an LinkedIP User, may
be processed by LinkedIP as a Data Controller, as well as their different categories, the legal
basis the processing is based on, categories of their recipients and information about the
period for which we process your Personal Data for the particular processing purpose
(retention period). In addition to the purposes listed below, LinkedIP may also process personal
data as required by applicable law.
Purpose and included processing activities:
You are invited to contact us via means provided in Section 10 hereof for more information
about the said categories of recipients. We do not store any bank information or credit details
on our servers, provided that they are handled by a trusted third party independent and
different from LinkedIP.
2. Site Visitor’s Personal Data Processing - Cookies
If you are a Site visitor, the Personal Data we process about you are the cookies.
The Data Controller of Site Visitor's cookies is LinkedIP SAS, the identity and the contact
details of LinkedIP SAS can be found in Section 12 hereof.
Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers / trackers that are transferred to the device you use to
access the Services via your browser. We may implement two types of cookies: technical
cookies and advertising cookies.
We use technical cookies to facilitate your browsing experience (such as session cookies so
that you do not have to retype your login and password when you connect to your account for
example). They simplify your visit and enhance your experience of the Services. You can refuse
the installation of technical cookies in your browser settings. However, you acknowledge that
this refusal could prevent you from using the Services.
In addition, we also implement advertising cookies which result in the display of targeted
advertising on websites that matches your previous/current browsing activity. Advertising
cookies enable the use of the retargeting technique which is a marketing model purporting to
propose tailored advertisements to the end user. As you browse on the Site, advertising
cookies will be placed in your computer so that we can understand what you are interested in.
Our display advertising partners enable LinkedIP to present you with retargeting advertising on
other websites based on your previous interaction with the Site. Our partners do not collect
traditional forms of personal information such as your name, email address, post address or
telephone number but only your IP address and/or an advertising ID.
The cookies used by the Site are the following:
If you click on the “Accept / Agree” button on the cookies banner upon your first visit on the
Site, you will be deemed to have agreed to the use of cookies by LinkedIP on your devices. In
addition, the use of the Site may result in the installation of certain cookies issued by third
parties (communication agencies, audience measurement companies, social networks,
YouTube, etc.) that are not controlled by LinkedIP. These cookies are subject to such third
parties’ privacy policies.

The default settings for Internet browsers are usually set to accept cookies, but you can easily
change Your browser’s settings. For more information please visit: http://
Please note that if you refuse the installation or use of a cookie, a "refusal cookie" will be
installed on your device to track your refusal. You need to ensure that you do not delete this
cookie so that your choice is taken into account. You may also use a cookie management
software, such as the TarteAuCitron or TagCommander software. A list of additional software is
also available on the French data protection authority (CNIL) website.
3. Lead's Personal Data Processing - Sales and
Who is the Data Controller? When we conduct our email marketing campaigns and outbound
sales development activities (email and calling), as described in this chapter, all LinkedIP
companies typically participate in them and act as Joint Controllers.
Our email communication will always include identification of LinkedIP company leading our
marketing activity in your region. Other LinkedIP companies and/or affiliates may participate,
based on internal agreement between them, in the Processing of your Personal Data within our
email marketing campaigns and outbound sales development activities as follows:
LinkedIP companies participate in creation of the email communication content and design;
LinkedIP companies share the touchpoint for requests and complaints regarding the
Processing of your Personal Data in relation to LinkedIP's outbound sales development and
marketing activities, whereby your requests and complaints are typically handled by LinkedIP
LinkedIP companies jointly administer and share database used for LinkedIP's outbound sales
development and marketing purposes; and
Each LinkedIP company may enter into agreement with LinkedIP's business partner to enrich
the shared database.
How do we collect your Personal Data? If we contact you with an email marketing campaign
and/or as a part of our outbound sales development activities, it means we have your contact
details listed in our database for these purposes. We collect contact details for our database
from the following sources:
• LinkedIP's internal customer database - If you are LinkedIP's customer, we automatically
add you to our database for email marketing communication, as we believe that you are
interested in news about LinkedIP's product, services, events and other content.
• Forms on LinkedIP's Site - You have the option to sign up for our email marketing
campaigns and outbound sales development activities via various forms on LinkedIP's Site,
including when you register for a webinar or event hosted by LinkedIP or where LinkedIP
participates, and including via support chat bot on the Site.
• Social networks - We may find your contact on a work-related social network, such as
• Campaigns co-organized by LinkedIP - We also receive your contact in case you
participate in a marketing campaign co-organized by LinkedIP and its business partner.
• Data enrichment tools and providers - Where local data protection laws allow and where
we find a reliable provider of a data enrichment tool and we may also receive some of your
contact details from these providers. Every provider used by Arcall for this purpose is
subject to LinkedIP's privacy team assessment to make sure we collect your data ethically
and in compliance with applicable laws.

What should you do if you want us to stop contacting you as a Lead? You can find an
"Unsubscribe" link in every email marketing communication sent by LinkedIP. Using this link is
a reliable way to make sure we do not contact you with marketing emails anymore. Please note
that it may take us up to 3 working days to process your "Unsubscribe" choice, whereas in the
meantime you may receive other marketing emails from us. Thank you for understanding.
If we call you as a part of LinkedIP's outbound sales development activities, you can at any
time inform our outbound sales representative that you do not wish to be contacted in this way
anymore. We will make sure not to call you again.
Which Personal Data do we use? When we process your data as a Lead, we use, all or just
certain, depending on your particular case, of the following Personal Data about you: name,
email, phone number, company and job title, region/country, IP address. We also use certain
data about your company, such as company size, CRM and the information on whether your
company is an LinkedIP customer or not (use case).
How do we use your Personal Data? The table below indicates the different purposes your
Personal Data, as a Lead, may be processed for by LinkedIP, the legal basis the processing is
based on, categories of their recipients and information about the period for which we process
your Personal Data for the particular processing purpose (retention period).
Purpose and included processing activities:

Please note that not all categories of data recipients necessarily apply to you, depending
mostly on how we collect your Personal Data as a Lead (i.e. LinkedIP's provider of ticketing
system will only receive your Personal Data in case you sign up for our marketing activities via
chat bot on our Site).

4. Other recipients of the collected Personal Data
Only our personnel, the services in charge of control (especially: external auditor) and our
recipient subcontractors may have access to your Personal Data. Personal Data may also be
disclosed in response to lawful requests made by government agencies or public authorities,
including public officers or debt collection organizations, to meet national security, law
enforcement or any other legal requirements. Depending on where you are located, we might
have to enforce local regulations and requirements where the use of a local phone number
requires to keep user details (in particular, first/last name and address) in the event we should
receive an official request from a competent local authority.

5. Retention of Personal Data
We retain the Personal Data where we have an ongoing legal bases to do so. When we no
longer have legal bases to process Personal Data, we will either delete or aggregate it or, if this
is not possible (for example, because Personal Data has been stored in backup archives), then
we will securely store it and isolate it from any further processing until deletion is possible. We
may retain Personal Data to comply with our legal or regulatory obligations. In any case, upon
ceasing or lifting of such obligations, Personal Data shall be removed from our systems and
records, as well as that of our subcontractors, if any, or otherwise archived or anonymized so
that they can no longer be identified.

6. Personal Data Transfer outside of the European
LinkedIP transfers Personal Data to countries located outside the European Economic Area,
Switzerland or the United Kingdom (collectively, “Europe”), namely to the United States.
Personal Data can also be processed by mere access by individuals working outside Europe
who work for us or for one of our trusted service providers (Data Processors).
We have implemented suitable safeguards designed to transfer Personal Data outside Europe
in a secure manner and in compliance with the applicable regulations, most significantly with
the GDPR. We also require the importers of the Personal Data to comply with, above all,
security requirements of the GDPR. We execute appropriate contractual arrangements to deal
with such transfers, namely the standard contractual clauses adopted by the Commission of
the European Union and, following a thorough assessment, additional measures as required by
European Data Protection Board’s (EDPB) Recommendation no. 1/2020. You are invited to
contact us via means provided in Section 11 hereof for more information in relation to the said
LinkedIP also keeps monitoring the legislative development and latest guidance in relation
commits to cooperate with EU data protection authorities (DPAs) and comply with the advice
given by such authorities.

7. Third parties' links on the Site
Our Site and Services may include links to and from the websites of our partners, advertisers
and affiliates. If you follow a link to any of these websites, please note that these companies
have their own privacy policies and that LinkedIP is not responsible or liable for any use of
Personal Data by such third parties. We recommend that you check their policies before you
visit these websites.

8. Security
We undertake to implement precautions, as well as organizational and technical measures,
designed to maintain the security, integrity and confidentiality of Personal Data, and in
particular to help prevent them from being modified or damaged and stop any unauthorized
third party from accessing them. As an example, our employees’ accounts are secured by
strong passwords, and they are all bound by confidentiality obligations. All our data is
encrypted both in transit and at rest. If you are LinkedIP User, please see our Information
Security FAQs here for more information about how your personal data is protected when you
use the LinkedIP product.

9. Your rights and choices
In any case where LinkedIP processes your Personal Data as a Data Controller, you have the
following rights:
To access and obtain a copy of Personal Data that we process;
To rectify the Personal Data if inaccurate or outdated and/or supplement them if incomplete;
To object to the processing of Personal Data that is based on legitimate interests;
To erase Personal Data and to be forgotten;

To withdraw your consent, at any time, to any processing of your Personal Data that is solely
based on your consent;
To portability you have the right to move, copy or transmit Personal Data relating to them;
To restrict or limit the processing of Personal Data;
To set guidelines to organize the use of Personal Data after their death.
Depending on where you are located, you may have additional rights related to calls or other
communications you place or receive using LinkedIP services. Note that in the United States,
only LinkedIP Customers – and not LinkedIP End Users – are entitled to invoke or waive
restrictions that apply to LinkedIP’s use and disclosure of customer proprietary network
information under 47 U.S.C. § 222.
In the event of any dispute, claim, question or disagreement arising from or relating to this
Privacy Policy or breach thereof, you may lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, be it
your local authority or the CNIL. Without prejudice to your said right, we invite you to first seek
an amicable resolution thereof by contacting LinkedIP in writing, stating the grounds of your
complaint and providing any supporting evidence.
10. Amendments
We may amend the terms of this Privacy Policy from time to time. If You do not agree with the
amended version of the Privacy Policy, you should stop using the Services or respectively stop
visiting our website. All amended terms automatically become effective on the day when a new
Privacy Policy is posted on the Site.
Should we add new consent-based processing of Personal Data, we shall ensure to obtain
Your consent prior to processing such Personal Data (e.g. via a box to tick).
11. Contact us
To exercise any of your rights listed in Section 9 of this Privacy Policy, if you have questions
regarding this Privacy Policy or about the security measures we implement, or if you want to
share your concerns about our processing of your Personal Data, please contact us by email
You may also reach out to us via mail.
12. LinkedIP entities
LinkedIP LLC., a Florida corporation with offices at 2645 Executive Park Dr, Ste 319, Weston,
FL 33331.