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Why we collect and what all we collect?

CANOPUS respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal data. This Privacy Policy describes how and why we look after your personal data when you visit our website or access our services and products by any other means. This Privacy Policy applies to all information we collect using our parent website,, as well as any related sites, services and products.

We review our privacy policy periodically. This version was last updated on October 19th, 2020.


For the purpose of this Privacy Policy, CANOPUS is the controller of and responsible for your personal data (and may be referred to as “we” “us” or “our”).

If you have any questions about this privacy policy or how your personal data is handled, please email CANOPUS's data privacy manager. We would appreciate an opportunity to address your concerns within one month as per GDPR guidelines.

  1. Data Protection Officer (DPO) of CANOPUS Data Privacy
  2. Purpose
    Purpose of this policy is to provide data subject with an information on PII data collected, processed and rights allocated to them.
  3. Our Approach
    We see personal data protection as essential and we pay considerable attention to it. You can thus be assured that we handle your personal data with due care and in line with applicable legal regulations and we protect your personal data in the maximum possible scope corresponding to the latest technical level.

To fully understand how we protect your personal data, we recommend that you carefully read this Personal Data Protection Statement.

In processing your personal data, we adhere to the following principles:
Principle of lawfulness which requires us to process your personal data always in line with legal regulations and pursuant to no fewer than one legal basis.

Principle of fairness and transparency that requires us to process your personal data in an open and transparent manner and provide you with information on the manner of their processing and information to whom your personal data will be disclosed (for example if your personal data are stored on data storage sites - clouds - outside of the European Union and the European Economic Area). This additionally involves our obligation to inform you of cases of serious security breaches or personal data leaks.

Principle of purpose limitation which allows us to collect your personal data only with a clearly defined purpose.

Principle of data minimization which requires us to process only personal data that are necessary, relevant and adequate in relation to the purpose of their use.

Principle of accuracy which requires us to adopt all reasonable measures allowing us to update or rectify your personal data regularly. Principle of storage limitation which requires us to store your personal data only for the period that is necessary for the specific purpose for which they are processed (for example over the period for which a marketing consent was granted, if it was not withdrawn before the expiration of this period). As soon as the period