Volta is the predominant controller of personal data procured through the websites. Except where stated otherwise, this Policy solely applies to the personal data we gather online from users of our websites.
“Personal data” refers to any data that directly or indirectly identifies you as a natural person, when combined with other accessible information like an identification number, location data, online identifier, or one or more factors pertinent to your identity as a natural person. For the objectives outlined herein, Volta may collect and process the following categories of personal data:
Finally, Volta may be obligated to collect and process personal data to fulfill legally mandated reporting, disclosure, and other legal requirements.
To pursue the objectives delineated in this Policy, Volta may need to share specific personal data with subsidiaries and affiliates in various jurisdictions (which may also act as data controllers), with service providers (for example, those needed for the operation of the Websites, credit card clearinghouses, transport companies, etc.), and other third parties, including government agencies and marketing entities. We limit the sharing of personal data to the necessary extent to operate our websites and carry out the activities referenced in this Policy.
Volta takes adequate measures to ascertain that its employees, affiliates, and third-party service providers are bound by confidentiality obligations. If necessary, Volta implements actions such as EU standard contractual clauses to ensure any personal data that is transferred remains safeguarded and secure.
Volta may execute profiling activities, helping us to understand your potential needs and expectations better. This allows us to offer you customized information and/or services most likely to pique your interest. Be aware that such profiling activities will not subject you to any legal consequences. It is simply a valuable method for us to understand you better and tailor our service offerings accordingly. To object to such profiling, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We do engage in e-mail marketing activities. If you have shared your e-mail or other personal data with us while using our websites, we will seek your consent to send you e-mail marketing material, except if you are an existing customer and the law does not require such permission. We will include an “unsubscribe” link in every electronic communication to allow you to inform us whether you wish to receive such communications in the future.
Certain web browsers offer a “Do Not Track” function that informs websites visited that the user does not wish their online behavior to be monitored. Because there is no standard method for browsers to deliver the “Do Not Track” message, our websites presently do not acknowledge, adjust to, or modify their procedures when they receive such signals.
To inspect or request modifications to your personal data, kindly reach out to us at email@example.com.
The presence of any external link on our websites does not denote our approval of that website or the entity (including its offerings) to which the link directs. We do not manage these linked websites. Unless otherwise noted, this Policy solely pertains to personal data gathered on our websites. We disclaim any responsibility or liability linked to these other websites.
If you are a resident of a country within the European Economic Area or the United Kingdom, you are privy to the following additional disclosures concerning your personal data.
The legal justification for gathering and using the personal data outlined above will be determined by the specific personal data in question and the context in which we gather it, as detailed below.
We may process your personal data if it’s necessary for our legitimate interests, provided that your individual rights don’t supersede those interests. For instance, it may be essential to process personal data for our legitimate interests of understanding you as a user of our websites, or to offer you, a potential customer, products or services that meet your requirements.
The processing of personal data might be necessary for entering into or providing services under a contract with you.
Your personal data may be processed to fulfill legal obligations that we must comply with. This might include any mandate to produce audited financial records, any legal obligation to disclose information to law enforcement agencies, public or government authorities, or to comply with legal proceedings.
In the event that you or we initiate a legal claim, your personal data may be processed in relation to that claim.
You have the right to: (i) ask for access to your personal data processed by Volta; (ii) seek correction of your personal data; (iii) ask for deletion of your personal data; (iv) ask for restrictions on processing or object to it; (v) receive your personal data in a structured, common format as part of your data portability right; and (vi) file a complaint with a local regulatory authority.
If you wish to exercise the rights mentioned in this section, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nevada legislation allows residents of Nevada to opt-out of the selling of certain types of personal information. Under Nevada law, “sale” is defined as the exchange of certain kinds of personal information for monetary compensation to a person for them to license or sell the information to additional parties. We currently do not sell personal information as defined under Nevada law. However, if you are a Nevada resident, you can submit a verified request to opt-out of sales, and we will note your instructions and implement them in the future should our policy change. You can send opt-out requests to email@example.com
The CCPA defines “personal information” as information that identifies, relates to, or could be reasonably linked with a particular California resident or household. Publicly available, deidentified or aggregated information is not included as personal information. In this “Notice for California Residents” section, we will refer to this information as “Personal Information.”
There is an exception in the CCPA relevant to us. Several privacy rights under the CCPA don’t apply to personal information reflecting a written or verbal communication or a transaction between us and a consumer, where the consumer is acting on behalf of an entity (as an employee, owner, director, officer, or contractor) and the communication or transaction is solely within the context of conducting due diligence or providing/receiving a product or service to/from such entity.
As a California resident, you have the right to ask us to disclose the Personal Information we’ve collected about you in the 12 months prior to your request. This includes the right to request any or all of the following:
We collected the aforementioned Personal Information for the following business or commercial purposes:
As mentioned, some of the CCPA’s privacy rights discussed here do not apply to the Personal Information listed above because of the CCPA’s business-to-business exemption.
|Area of Personal Information||Type of Third Parties to Whom Information was Disclosed|
|Identifiers (name, postal address, email address)||Service providers and vendors (e.g., email, hosting, maintenance, backup, analysis, etc.)|
|Professional or employment-related information||Same|
|Cookies, beacons, pixel tags, or other similar technology||Data analytics provider and advertising network|
|Internet protocol address||Same|
We do not intentionally gather or sell the Personal Information of minors under 16 years of age.
If you’re a resident of California, you have the right to request that we delete the Personal Information about you that we’ve collected. However, according to the CCPA, we’re not obliged to comply with a deletion request if it’s necessary for us to maintain the Personal Information in order to, for example, finalize a transaction, detect security incidents, comply with a legal obligation, or use the Personal Information internally in a lawful manner that aligns with the context in which you provided the information.
If we find that your request is subject to an exemption or exception, we will inform you of our decision. If we determine that your request is not subject to an exemption or exception, we will comply with your request upon verifying your identity and, if applicable, the identity of the California resident on whose behalf you are making such request. Our verification process may vary depending on whether you have a relationship or account with Volta (i.e., a password-protected account).
If you have a relationship and/or account with Volta, we may verify your identity through existing authentication practices available through your account. Before disclosing or deleting the Personal Information, we will ask you to re-authenticate yourself concerning that account.
If you do not maintain a password-protected account, or if you are an account holder but we suspect fraudulent or malicious activity related to your account, we will verify your identity to a “reasonable degree of certainty” or a “reasonably high degree of certainty” depending on the sensitivity of the Personal Information and the risk of harm to you by unauthorized disclosure or deletion, as applicable.
We will not discriminate against California residents for exercising any of the rights provided in the CCPA as described in this section “Notice to California Residents.” As such, we will not deny goods or services to that California resident; charge different prices or rates for goods or services, including through granting discounts or other benefits or imposing penalties; provide a different level or quality of goods or services to the California resident; or suggest that the California resident will receive a different price or rate for goods or services or a different level or quality of goods or services. However, we are allowed to charge a California resident a different price or rate, or provide a different level or quality of goods or services, if that difference is reasonably related to the value provided to us by the individual’s data.
Yes, if you are making a request on behalf of a California resident, please submit the request through one of the designated methods discussed above. After submitting the request, we will require additional information to verify your authority to act on behalf of the California resident.
If you have questions about this Policy, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We don’t disclose personal information obtained through our website or services to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. Therefore, we don’t have any obligations under California Civil Code § 1798.83.
If you’re submitting a request on behalf of a California resident, you can do so through one of the methods outlined above. After you submit the request, we will ask for additional information to verify your authority to act on behalf of the California resident.
If you believe your rights under the CCPA have been violated, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the California Attorney General’s Office or your local data protection authority.
If you have any questions about this Policy, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.