Copronet®, a trading name of The Tender Space Ltd – Data Retention Policy (January 2019)
We keep most of your personal data for as long as your account is open.
We retain your personal data while your account is in existence or as needed to provide you Services. This includes data you or others provided to us and data generated or inferred from your use of our Services. Even if you only use our Services when looking for a new project opportunity or potential collaborators every few years, we will retain your information and keep your profile open until you decide to close your account.
We keep some of your data even after you close your account.
If you choose to close your Copronet account, your personal data will generally stop being visible to others on our platform within 24 hours. We generally delete closed account information within 30 days of account closure, except as noted below.
We retain your personal data even after you have closed your account if reasonably necessary to comply with our legal obligations (including law enforcement requests), meet regulatory requirements, resolve disputes, maintain security, prevent fraud and abuse, enforce our User Agreement, or fulfil your request to “unsubscribe” from further messages from us. We will retain some de-personalised and anonymised information after your account has been closed. For example, if you have taken part in discussions relating to a project, those discussions and comments will remain but will be unattributed. Information you have shared with others (e.g., through discussions, comments or messages) will remain visible after you closed your account or deleted the information from your own profile or mailbox, and we do not control data that other Members copied out of our platform. Content associated with closed accounts will show an unknown user as the source. Your profile may continue to be displayed in the services of others (e.g., search engine results) until they refresh their cache. Copies of some material (example: log records) may remain in our database but are disassociated from personal identifiers.