Effective date: August 17, 2018
Spectral Compute Ltd (“Spectral” or “We”) is committed to protecting your privacy. The following privacy statement sets forth our practices for gathering and using your private information.
We collect information that you choose to give us, along with other basic technical information about your system. We process this information with your consent when you create an account, or on another legal basis if you do not. We only require the minimum amount of personal information that is necessary to identify you for the purpose of your interaction with us, and we don’t sell it to third parties. Our exact use of your personal information is described in detail below.
If you’re just browsing our website (spectralcompute.co.uk), we collect the same basic information that most websites collect. This information includes browser type, language preference, referring website and the date and time of each web request. In addition, we collect potentially personally-identifying information like IP-addresses.
This information is collected for the purpose of analytics, to better understand who visits our websites.
If you use our contact form for the purposes of reaching out to us, we will collect the information you give us: Your name, and your email address so we are able to give you a reply.
We do not share your private information with any third parties for any reason. We use Google Analytics as a third-party analytics tool, however, and they may on their own collect your private information. To opt out of this, you can contact Google.
We do not disclose any private information unless legally compelled to do so.
We take all reasonable measures to protect your User Personal Information, by using industry standard security technologies. In the event of a data breach, we will notify you promptly.
If you have any concerns about how Spectral Compute is handling your User Personal Information, please let us know immediately at [email protected].
Most changes to this document are likely to be minor, but should they occur, we will notify you and provide at least 30 days of time prior to the changes taking effect.
This Privacy Statement is licensed under the Creative Commons Zero license.
CUDA(R) is a registered trademark of the Nvidia Corporation. All uses on this website and any documentation are purely for nominative and/or descriptive purposes, referring to the programming language as a strict superset of C++, colloquially called CUDA. Spectral Compute claims no partnerships, licensing agreements or any other association with Nvidia Corporation, nor any ownership or relation to their trademarks. Please send any related inquiries to [email protected].