Disclosure of Data
Hexagon Agility® will not disclose, sell or otherwise distribute to any third party any of your personally identifiable data without your prior permission except under the following circumstances:
- Legal requests and investigations – Hexagon Agility® may disclose any data about you when, in our opinion, such disclosure is necessary to prevent fraud or to comply with any statute, law, rule or regulation of any governmental or regulatory authority, any lawful request by public authorities, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements, or any order of any court of competent jurisdiction. In addition, Hexagon Agility® may disclose data if required pursuant to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the Department of Transportation. In addition, Hexagon Agility® may disclose data if required pursuant to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the Department of Transportation.
- Third-party service providers – Hexagon Agility® may, from time to time, outsource some or all of the operations of our business to third-party service providers. In such cases, it will be necessary for us to disclose your data to those service providers. In some cases, the service providers may collect data directly from you on our behalf. Hexagon Agility® restricts how such service providers may access, use and disclose your data.
- Agents – Hexagon Agility® employs other companies and individuals to perform functions on its behalf. Examples include processing compensation, providing employee benefits, and performing legal and other professional services. These agents have access to your data needed to perform their functions, but they may not use it for other purposes.
- Business Transfers: As Hexagon Agility® continues to develop its business, Hexagon Agility® might sell or buy companies, subsidiaries, or business units. In such transactions, data generally is one of the transferred business assets but remains subject to the promises made in any pre-existing privacy statement (unless, of course, the person consents otherwise). Also, in the unlikely event that Hexagon Agility® or all of its assets are acquired, your data may be one of the transferred assets.
Hexagon Agility® will assume liability in instances of the described transfers to third parties.
Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Information
Like most global organizations, Hexagon Agility® transfers (shares) some of the personal data that it collects and processes with relevant affiliates (personnel) in other countries. In addition, as may be warranted for legitimate business activities, it may also share some of that information with approved business partners who provide services to Hexagon Agility® and are located in other countries. The data privacy laws that apply to personal data differ from country to country, and do not always offer a consistent level of protection to data that is transferred out of the county of origin. Nevertheless, Hexagon Agility® takes steps to ensure that the personal data which is transferred to other countries is adequately protected at all times by the recipient, regardless of the country and the data protection requirements required by law in that location. The protections include, for example, ensuring proper written agreements and surrounding awareness materials for transfers within the Hexagon Agility® group as well as to external business partners. If you have questions about Hexagon Agility®’s cross-border transfers or believe that your information has been mismanaged, you can email us at email@example.com, or write to us at Hexagon Agility Inc., 3335 Susan St. Suite 100, Costa Mesa, California USA 92626, ATTN: Legal Department.
Safeguarding Your Information
Though there is the possibility, under certain conditions, for you to invoke binding arbitration, Hexagon Agility® has further committed to refer unresolved complaints to JAMS, an alternative dispute resolution provider located in the European Union. If you do not receive timely acknowledgement of your complaint from us, or if we have not resolved your complaint, please contact or visit JAMS for more information or to file a complaint.
Updating and Accessing Your Personal Data
You retain the right to access, update, or limit your personal data at any time. Although you may change your data, we may maintain such prior data about you. Therefore, you should not expect that all of your historical data will be removed from our databases at the time you notify us of changes. You may access and change most of your personal data through contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
We employ reasonable security measures and technologies, such as password protection, encryption, physical locks, etc., to ensure the confidentiality of your personal data. If you are authorized to have access to the personal data of others, it is important that you take the appropriate safeguards to protect this personal data. Paper and other hard copies containing personal data should be secured in a locked location when not in use. Computers and other access points should be secured when not in use by logging out or locking. Passwords and user ID's should be guarded and not shared. When no longer necessary for business purposes, paper and hard copies should be immediately destroyed using paper shredders or other approved devices. Do not leave copies in unsecured locations waiting to be shredded or otherwise destroyed. Do not make or distribute unauthorized copies of documents and other tangible medium containing personal data. Electronic files containing personal data should only be stored on secured computers and not copied or otherwise communicated to unauthorized individuals within or outside of Hexagon Agility®.