Privacy Policy

Posted Date : 11th January, 2024
Effective Date : 11th January, 2024

This Privacy Policy describes how Cloudtopiaa and its affiliates (collectively, "Cloudtopiaa," "we," "our" or "us") collect, use and disclose data about your interactions with our websites (like www.cloudtopiaa.com), services and applications (collectively, "Services"). It should be noted that the information that our customers may handle while using our Services is not covered by this Privacy Policy (the “Privacy Policy”).

Users of our services (also referred to as "users," "you" or "your") provide information to us about themselves in a number of ways, such as:

  1. Information you enter when registering for the Services via your user account (also known as your "Account").
  2. Information we learn from your interactions with the Services.
  3. We understand this information from third-party websites, services and partners.

To make sure you understand this Privacy Policy completely, we recommend you carefully go through it all, including the Additional Disclosures listed at the end of the page. Please contact us at privacy@cloudtopiaa.com if you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or our procedures for gathering, using and disclosing data at Cloudtopiaa.

Information We Collected

1. Information You Provide

  1. Setting up an Account When you create an account, we may ask for your name, last name, address, email address, phone number, billing address and account security (password). You may also be asked to add special characters and click "register done".
  2. Details about the Payment - You can pay with the Stripe payment gateway, and we don't keep any information about your bank accounts on the record. Either in person or online, the customer gives their card information. When those card numbers go through Stripe's payment system, the information is encrypted. The payment is sent to the cardholder's issuing bank through a credit card network like Visa or Mastercard.
  3. Personal Data. This includes information that could be used to identify, describe, connect or link a user directly or indirectly, especially if it is related to an identifier like a name, an ID number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors that are unique to that person's physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity. As the situation calls for it, "Personal Data" includes similar terms used in other Data Protection Laws, such as "Personal Information" in the CCPA.
  4. Content by Users: You can share content on our Services with the public by using our "Community" feature. By creating an account on our community, you acknowledge that other users and other third parties may read and use your details and any content you upload.
  5. Exchange of ideas: Your name, email address, phone number, message content, any attachments you send us and any other information you choose to share may all be obtained if you get in touch with us directly. Additionally, if you open one of our emails, we might get notified. When we request your personal information, we will make clear the personal information we are asking from you as well as the reasons for doing so.

2. When you use our Services, We Collect Information About You

  1. Cookie and Tracking Technologies - We automatically collect and store data in log files like other websites. Your device may also automatically provide us with information when you use our Services. This information may include IP addresses, browser type, ISP, referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp, clickstream data, landing page and referring URL. A cookie may be set on your computer or device when you visit our Services to gather this information. Our web servers recognize you via cookies. We record your preferences using cookies, log files and clear gifs. Your usage of our Services, functionality, frequency of visits and other interactions with the Services may also be automatically collected. Tracking your use across websites and services is possible. Some countries, notably the European Economic Area (“EEA”), may consider the information above personal data under data protection rules.
  2. How you use our services - It is possible that we will gather data on your use of our services, including system-level metrics, storage capacity, CPU and memory usage and navigational patterns. In order to run the Services, maintain and enhance their functionality and usage, create new features, protect the security and safety of both our customers and our Services and offer customer assistance, we need this data. In order to run, secure, make wise decisions and report on the success of our company, we also use this data to create business intelligence and aggregate analysis.
  3. Details that we get from Outside Sources - Let's say you decide to connect a third-party account to our Services. In that scenario, in order to approve connecting, we will get details about that account from the third-party account, including your authentication key. You can see your options by visiting the privacy settings of your third-party accounts if you would like to restrict the information that we can access.

3. Information We Gather and Use

This is how we use the information we collect:

  1. Support you in using our Services, managing them and keeping them running smoothly.
  2. Enhance and personalize our services on a global scale for a better user experience.
  3. Analyze how you interact with our services to improve and innovate our products, features and functionalities.
  4. For customer service, updates and information about our services, we may reach out personally or through our partners, including marketing and advertising.
  5. Handle your transactions securely.
  6. Provide you with text messages and push notifications
  7. Find a fraudulent activity and stop it.
  8. Do what the law says you have to do, like following our Terms of Service and other legal rights and all laws, rules, court orders and government requests.

4. How Information is Shared

Some of the ways we might share the information we gather are listed below:

  1. Collaborations to Provide Better Services: We might work with outside vendors and service providers to improve and provide our services. These partners help us in several ways, such as by marketing and promoting our services and providing necessary information like software updates, product releases, special deals and other relevant details.
  2. Without attribution, Collaboration with Partners - If the law lets us, we may give our partners information about our users that has been grouped together or not linked to any specific person. People can't reasonably be identified from this information because it is given in a certain way.
  3. Personalized Content and Ad Partners - We work with outside advertising partners to show customized advertisements. These partners may access information about you gathered over time and across several online services using cookies, pixel tags and related technologies on our platform.
  4. Sharing with External Partners for Additional Information: Within our collaboration with external partners, we share information about users to gather additional publicly available data about you.
  5. Sign-up Referral Information Sharing: If you sign up for our Services via a friend's referral, we might give your referrer information, letting them know that you used their recommendation to sign up for our Services.
  6. Using Analytics - Using Google Analytics to collect no-identification data. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect information that can't be used to identify a person. Find more privacy options for Google Analytics cookies at [link].
  7. As Mandated by Law and Comparable Disclosures - We might share information to: Follow the laws, rules, court cases, or requests from the government that apply to you. This includes requests from public officials for national security or law enforcement reasons. Follow these privacy rules and our service terms, even if it means looking into possible breaches. Find fraud, security or technology issues and stop them or take care of them. Respond to your questions. Protect the public, users and our rights and assets. This could include sharing data with other organizations to protect themselves against spam and viruses and avoid fraud.
  8. With Your Consent - Permission to share information may be granted.

5. Reasons Why Handling Personal Data is Legal

Depending on the type of personal data and the situation in which it is collected, the legal basis for collecting and using it can be different.

Usually, we will only get your personal information from you :-

  1. When we require your personal information to complete a transaction with you.
  2. Where the processing does not conflict with your rights and is in line with our reasonable interests.
  3. Once you've permitted us to do so.

We're genuinely interested in running our services and talking to you as needed to give them to you. This includes answering your questions, improving our site and marketing and finding or stopping illegal activities.

We may need your data to protect your critical interests or another person's. We'll let you know if we need your personal data to fulfill a legal obligation or contract. We will tell you if submitting your data is required and the consequences of not doing so.

6. Exploring Third-Party Services

Through our platform, you can investigate other third-party services by, for example, clicking on links within the Services. Since Cloudtopiaa has no control over these third-party services' privacy policies and practices, we advise carefully reading their privacy policies.

7. Cloutopiaa Puts your Information Security First

Some of the tools and safety measures we use are designed to keep information safe from people who aren't supposed to see, use or share it. These steps were carefully chosen to offer protection that is appropriate for the level of risk involved in data processing. There is no such thing as a completely perfect service. We promise that hackers, data loss, breaches or unauthorized access will never happen, even though our team works hard to keep your data safe.

8. Data Retention Practices

We keep the personal data we gather from you for as long as we have a valid business reason to do so, such as providing a requested service or meeting legal, tax or accounting obligations. We'll remove or make your personal information anonymous if we no longer need it for business reasons. When it's impossible to delete the data right away, like when it's in backup files, we'll store it safely and keep it from being processed further until it can be deleted.

9. Obtain Access

Registered users can get information about their accounts by logging into our Services or writing privacy@cloudtopiaa.com. Activity that was public on your Account before you deleted it may still be on our systems and be seen by anyone after you delete it. Before updating or deleting your information, we may verify your identity to protect your privacy. We may store your information as part of our standard backup procedures for emergency recovery.

Accessing and changing your information may be temporarily limited if doing so would:

This makes it more challenging for Cloudtopiaa to follow the law.
Make it harder for us to investigate, establish or maintain legal claims.
Reveal personal information about third parties.
Breach a contract or reveal trade secrets or other confidential business information.

10. Your Rights to the Protection of your Data under the General Data Protection Regulation

The following data protection rights are available to you if you are a resident of the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland or the United Kingdom (the "UK"):-

  1. If you would like to access, rectify, update or request the deletion of your personal information, please do not hesitate to contact us at privacy@cloudtopiaa.com whenever you have any questions or concerns.
  2. You can delete and deactivate your account through your control panel settings (https://cloudtopiaa.com/settings). You can use your rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or any other data protection law to eliminate your data. All account data will be deleted within the first ninety days after the clear-out.
  3. You can also say you disagree with how your data is being processed, ask us to limit how your data is being processed or ask for data transfer. Another way to use these rights is to send an email to privacy@cloudtopiaa.com.
  4. You can always choose not to receive marketing emails from us. This is your right and you can use it by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link in our marketing emails. Please email us at privacy@cloudtopiaa.com if you do not want to be marketed to in other ways.
  5. You can withdraw your consent at any time if we collect and process your data with your permission. While you can withdraw your permission, it does not affect the legality of any processing that happened before you did so. Furthermore, it won't change how your data is processed for legal reasons other than your permission.
  6. You have the right to file a complaint about our acquisition and use of personal data with a data protection authority. Please get in touch with your local data protection authorities for more information.

11. User Options and Preferences

We only collect the minimum amount of information necessary to use some aspects of the Services, as you refrain from registering. You can unsubscribe from receiving promotional emails from us by following the instructions at the conclusion of the communication. We might still contact you for transactional, account-related, informative or other purposes even after unsubscribing.

You may turn off cookies in most browsers, which will stop them from being added in the future or allow certain cookies to be used. Please be advised that if you decide not to accept cookies, you might be unable to use certain of our personalized services' features. Furthermore, you can still receive generic advertisements that have nothing to do with your interests.

12. Child Privacy Protection Policy

Following the law, Cloudtopiaa doesn't intentionally gather data from anybody younger than 13. Children under thirteen are not permitted to utilize our services in any way. Please contact us at privacy@cloudtopiaa.com if you learn that a kid has given us personal information violating our privacy policy.

13. Privacy Policy Updates and Notifications

We may update our Privacy Policy sometimes, so we encourage you to review it regularly. Our websites will be updated with any modifications to the privacy statement. We will notify you through our Services, this page, email or other communication channels if we make substantial changes to how we use or share personal data that we previously received from you through our Services.

14. Data Privacy Compliance Framework

The parties execute the Standard Contractual Clauses and the DPA about Personal Data of Data Subjects in the UK, Switzerland or the EEA that is transmitted to or accessible by Cloutopiaa. Cloutopiaa conforms to Swiss-U.S. DPF, UK Extension and EU-U.S. DPF. The DPF Principles take precedence over this Privacy Policy in cases of disagreement. See our GDPR FAQ and Data Processing Agreement for more on data transfer. Cloutopiaa settles disputes about the DPF Principles. Unresolved problems are referred to as JAMS. You can make a complaint at https://www.jamsadr.com/eu-us-data-privacy-framework if your issue is not resolved.

Contact Us

Please get in touch with us by email at privacy@cloudtopiaa.com or by letter at the following address if you have any questions or complaints regarding this privacy statement.


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