“we”, “us” or “AGPS” fully respects your privacy. We hereby establish this AGPS Consumer Services Privacy Statement (“This Statement”) so that you understand how we collect, use, disclose, protect, store and transfer your personal data. Please read this statement carefully. If you have any questions, please let us know.
Personal data means personal data relating to a living person and can be personally identified and must also be recorded in a manner that can be accessed and processed. This Statement sets out how AGPS processes your personal data, but this Statement does not cover all processing situations and varies depending on the business information discussed, mentioned and introduced in this Statement. The specific processing of your personal data by the Service is set out by AGPS in the Privacy Notice or Supplementary Statement. When using specific services, it is recommended that you read other relevant privacy statements or supplementary statements in addition to this statement.
This statement applies only to AGPS business transfers (industrial transactions and asset transfers), industrial capital injections and franchise services
How AGPS collects and uses your personal data
(i) Personal data collected by AGPS
You may be required to provide personal data when using the AGPS Services. You do not have to provide personal data to AGPS, but in some cases, if you choose not to provide it, AGPS will not be able to provide you with the relevant services and will not be able to respond to or resolve the issues you are experiencing.
AGPS will only collect and use your personal information for the purposes described in this Statement. The following are examples of the personal data we may collect and how we use it:
1. Personal data you provide to AGPS
You need to sign up for an AGPS account in order to enjoy certain features or services. When you register for an AGPS account, or log in to an AGPS account to use the services provided by AGPS, we will ask you to provide the corresponding personal information, such as your name, email address, mobile phone number, store address, business amount, etc.
2. How we use your data
To provide you with the services requested while fulfilling our agreement with you, we will deal with the following situations for the relevant purposes. Except as otherwise stated in this Statement, if you refuse to collect and process your personal data for the following services, you will no longer be able to enjoy the services.
(1) AGPS account login: If you choose to log in with an AGPS account, we will process your AGPS account information and provide login services.
(2) Notify you: We will notify you of the relevant information by telephone or message address.
(3) Provide customer service: You can view the data of the business disk through the website, understand the business process of buying and selling, and consult with the business consultant.
In accordance with our legitimate interests, we process the following data for the relevant purposes:
(1) Customer Inquiries: We process your AGPS account information and customer service information to assist you with question inquiries, troubleshooting, FAQs and all other customer enquiries.
(2) Business analysis and improvement: We process your relevant information to measure and improve our services and conduct relevant analysis.
You can object to the use of your personal data for data analysis purposes at any time. For more details, please see Section 5: How You Manage Your Personal Data. You have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, without prejudice to lawful processing based on consent before you withdraw it.
In addition, we may process your personal data as necessary to comply with legal obligations, including tax and accounting requirements, and to establish or defend our legal rights and/or to prevent, detect and pursue potential fraud attempts or cyberattacks.
4. Third Party Source Information
Where permitted by law, AGPS may also obtain information about you from public and commercial sources, including from third-party social networking services, such as when you use your social networking account to log in to our website.
AGPS may also collect additional information about you, your device, or use of the Services in other ways that will be explained to you at the time of collection or with your consent.
5. Collection and Use of Non-Identifying Information
Non-identifying information refers to information that cannot be used to identify an individual, such as website views, Wenyi volume, etc. AGPS collects aggregated statistical information in order to understand how users use our services. In this way, AGPS can improve its own services and better meet the needs of users. AGPS may, in its sole discretion, collect, use, disclose or transfer non-identifying information for other purposes.
(b) How AGPS will use your personal data
AGPS will use your personal data for the following purposes:
1. Register and follow up on your intention to buy or sell;
2. Register for an AGPS account so that you can enjoy more colorful features;
3. To provide you with a personalized user experience and personalized content;
4. To contact you, send you information about business orders that may be of interest to you, invite you to participate in AGPS promotions and market research, or send you marketing communications, with your explicit consent or at your own request. If you do not wish to receive such information, you can unsubscribe at any time;
5. Conduct internal audits, data analysis and research, analyze business operational efficiency and measure market share, and improve AGPS products and services;
6. Troubleshoot errors if you choose to send us error details;
7. Synchronize, share and store the data you upload or download and the data necessary to perform the upload and download;
8. improve our loss prevention and anti-fraud programs;
9. Other purposes for which you have obtained your consent.
AGPS’s websites, online services, emails and advertisements may use local storage technologies such as cookies and website metrics.
A cookie is a plain text file that is stored by a web server on your computer or mobile device. The contents of a cookie can only be captured or read by the server that established it. Each cookie is unique to your web browser or mobile application. Cookies typically contain identifiers, site names, and some numbers and characters.
AGPS sometimes stores cookies on your computer or mobile device, and we enable cookies to improve the user experience, including:
1. Login and Verification. When you log in to the Website using an AGPS account, cookies allow you to jump directly from one page of the Website to another without having to log in again on each page;
4. Statistical analysis. Through cookies, AGPS may collect information about your use of our websites and other applications, such as recording a user’s single access (using session cookies) or multiple visits (using persistent cookies).
(ii) Website indicators/pixel tags
In addition to cookies, AGPS and certain third parties also use website metrics and pixel tags on the Website. Website metrics are typically electronic images embedded into a website or email that can be used to recognize cookies on your device when you view a web page or email. Pixel tags allow AGPS to send emails in a format that you can read and let us know if emails are turned on.
AGPS and certain third parties use such technologies for a variety of purposes, including analyzing service usage (in conjunction with cookies) and providing content and advertising that is more tailored to your needs. For example, an email sent to you by AGPS may contain a tap URL that links to the content of the AGPS website. If you tap the link, AGPS tracks the tap to help us understand your product and service preferences and improve customer service. If you don’t want your activity to be tracked in this way, you can unsubscribe from the AGPS email sending list at any time.
(iii) Other local storage
AGPS and certain third parties may use other local storage technologies in certain products and services, such as local shared objects (also known as Flash cookies) and HTML5 local storage. These technologies are similar to the cookies described above, they are also stored on your device and can be used to record certain information about your activities and preferences. However, these technologies may differ from the devices used by standard cookies, so you may not be able to control them using standard browser tools and configurations. For instructions on disabling or deleting the information contained in Flash Cookies, please <click here>.
(4) Do Not Track
Many web browsers have a “Do Not Track” feature, which posts a “Do Not Track” request to a website. At present, major Internet standardization organizations have not established policies to prescribe how websites should respond to such requests. If your browser has the Do Not Track feature enabled, then all AGPS websites will respect your choice.
How AGPS entrusts the processing, sharing, transfer and public disclosure of your personal data
(1) Entrusted processing
In some cases, AGPS will entrust other companies to process your personal data on behalf of AGPS. For example, companies that process hotlines on behalf of AGPS, send e-mails, provide technical support, and these companies may only use your personal data to provide services to you on behalf of AGPS.
AGPS will enter into strict confidentiality agreements or personal data processing terms with the entrusted party, requiring them to process personal data in accordance with this Statement and take relevant confidentiality and security measures.
Sharing refers to the process by which AGPS provides Personal Data to other Controllers of Personal Data, each of whom has independent control over the Personal Data. AGPS will not share your personal data with the outside world, except in the following cases:
1. Sharing with explicit consent: With your explicit consent, AGPS will share information within the scope of your authorization with the third party designated by you;
2. Sharing under statutory circumstances: AGPS may share your personal data in accordance with the provisions of laws and regulations, litigation dispute resolution needs, or as required by government agencies in accordance with the law;
3. Sharing with business partners: AGPS may share the data you provide to third parties such as partners to ensure the smooth completion of the services provided to you. However, we will only share your personal data for legitimate, legitimate, necessary, specific and clear purposes, and will only share personal data necessary to provide the services. Our partners include:
1) Third-party sellers and third-party developers: Some services are provided directly to you by third parties, and AGPS must share transaction-related information with third parties to meet your needs for goods or services purchased from them. For example, for other services such as transfer of licenses and accounting that you may use in the course of a transaction, we must share your necessary data with that third party in order for the transaction to be completed.
AGPS will sign strict confidentiality agreements with companies, organizations and individuals that share personal data, requiring them to process personal data in accordance with this Statement and take relevant confidentiality and security measures.
Transfer refers to the process of transferring control of personal data from AGPS to another controller of personal data. AGPS will not transfer your personal data to any company, organization or individual, except in the following cases:
1. Transfer with explicit consent: with your explicit consent, we will transfer your personal data to other parties;
2. In the event of a merger, acquisition, asset restructuring or bankruptcy liquidation, if it involves the transfer or disclosure of personal data, we will require the new company or organization holding your personal data to continue to be bound by this Statement, otherwise we will require the company or organization to seek your authorization and consent again.
3. Business Restructuring: Your personal data may also be disclosed in the event of a merger, acquisition, sale of assets (e.g. service agreements) or transfer of services to AGPS or other companies.
(iv) Public disclosure
AGPS will only publicly disclose your personal data in the following circumstances:
1. After obtaining your explicit consent;
2. Public Disclosure Based on Law or Reasonable Grounds: AGPS may publicly disclose your data in cases required by law, legal process, litigation, or public and governmental authorities.
How AGPS protects your personal data
AGPS takes the security of personal data seriously, and we take industry-standard practices to protect your personal data from unauthorized access, disclosure, use, modification, damage or loss. To this end, AGPS has taken the following measures in particular:
(1) We take all reasonable and practicable measures to ensure that the scope of personal data collection is minimized and that we do not collect personal data that is not related to the intended purpose. We will only retain your personal data for as long as necessary to achieve the purposes stated in the Statement of Costs, unless an extension of the retention period is required or permitted by law;
(b) We will use encryption technology to ensure the confidentiality of data transmission and storage. We use trusted protection mechanisms to protect data and the servers on which it is stored from malicious attacks;
(c) we will deploy access control mechanisms to ensure that only authorized persons have access to personal data; And according to the business needs and personnel levels, control the number of authorized personnel and carry out hierarchical authority management of authorized personnel; Access to personal data is recorded and regularly audited by the administrator;
(4) We will strictly select business partners and service providers, and implement the requirements for personal data protection into the business contracts or audits, assessments and other activities of both parties;
(5) We will organise security and privacy training courses, tests and publicity activities to enhance staff’s awareness of the importance of protecting personal data.
In short, AGPS will do its best to protect your personal data. Nevertheless, no measure can be impeccable, nor are any products and services, websites, data transmissions, computer systems or network connections that are absolutely secure.
In order to deal with the possible risks of personal data leakage, damage and loss, AGPS has formulated a number of systems and control measures, clarified the classification and grading standards for security incidents and security vulnerabilities and the corresponding handling procedures. AGPS has also set up a special emergency response team for security incidents, in accordance with the requirements of safety incident disposal specifications, to start safety plans for different security incidents, stop loss, analysis and positioning, formulate remedial measures, and cooperate with relevant departments to crack down.
In the unfortunate event of a personal data security incident, AGPS will inform you in accordance with the requirements of laws and regulations: the basic situation and possible impact of the security incident, the disposal measures we have taken or will take, the suggestions that you can prevent and reduce risks independently, and the remedial measures for you. We will inform you of the relevant circumstances of the incident by email, SMS, push notification, etc., and when it is difficult to inform the personal data subject one by one, we will take a reasonable and effective way to issue an announcement. At the same time, we will also report the handling of personal data security incidents in accordance with the requirements of the regulatory authorities.
How you manage your profile
(1) Access, correction, deletion
Among the many countries or regions where AGPS provides services, the legislation of some countries or regions stipulates the right of personal data subjects to access, correct and delete the relevant personal data retained by AGPS. In the aforementioned countries or regions, the subject of personal data or his agent may make a request to the AGPS to access, correct and delete the relevant personal data retained by the AGPS (hereinafter collectively referred to as the request).
1. How and how to make a request
Requests from the subject of personal data must be made in writing. The request is valid even if the requester does not state the statute under which the request is based. In general, access requests made orally are invalid, and AGPS will comply with such provisions if the legislation of some countries also recognizes the validity of oral requests.
Personal data subject requests can be made through the AGPS website. If the personal data subject makes a relevant request through other channels such as hotline, service mailbox, online customer service, service store, etc., we will guide the personal data subject to make a formal appeal through the above channels to facilitate communication and feedback on the processing progress and results. AGPS has established a special personal data subject request channel, which aims to protect the legitimate interests of personal data subjects, ensure the normal operation of AGPS, and prevent personal data request rights from being stolen or abused by others.
2. Validity of the request
Most laws require the subject of personal data to follow specific requirements when making a request. This Statement requires the subject of personal data to do the following:
(1) make a request through the AGPS’s dedicated personal data subject request channel (i.e. the AGPS website);
(2) provide sufficient information to the AGPS to verify the identity of the requester (to ensure that the person making the request is the personal data subject himself or his authorized person);
(3) The content of the request is specific and enforceable.
3. Deadline for processing the request
AGPS will make every effort to ensure that the access request is given within one month of the personal data subject’s request, which may be extended by a further two months if necessary, taking into account the complexity and number of requests. In the event of a delay in the provision of data, AGPS will notify the personal data subject of the relevant circumstances and reasons for the delay. In the event of a conflict between the time limit set out in this article and the provisions of local law, the provisions of local law shall prevail.
4. The result of the request
After the request is made by the subject of the profile, the following results may occur:
(1) The request is rejected
In certain circumstances, the request of the subject of personal data will be dismissed, including but not limited to:
a. when the subject of personal data is not entitled to the relevant rights under local law;
b. When the identity of the person making the request cannot be verified
c. requests made by the subject of personal data that are unverifiable or exceed the scope, in particular when repeated requests are made;
d. When the data involved is related to the compensation to be made or compensation obtained by the AGPS in the event of a dispute, and the disclosure of the data is likely to harm the interests of the AGPS;
e. when the information is retained for statistical and research purposes only and the publication of statistical and research results does not disclose personal identity;
f. Other circumstances provided for by law.
If the AGPS rejects the personal data subject’s request for access, it will formally explain the reasons to the requester.
(2) The request was successful
When the circumstances in (1) do not occur, AGPS will fulfill the request of the personal data subject. In order to increase the likelihood of a successful request, please provide as much detailed data as possible when making the request, such as the type and specific content of the request, information about the data holder (e.g. the name of the AGPS service you use), the time frame for the generation or processing of the data (the smaller the time frame, the greater the likelihood of success), etc.
5. Special Notice
(1) No one has the right to access another person’s personal data, except by the authorized person or his guardian.
(2) Most legal provisions specify the circumstances in which an organization may not provide data to the subject of personal data. These include the following situations: the provision of data undermines the power to combat terrorism, the subject of the personal data has applied for multiple times, or the acquisition and provision of information would consume disproportionate resources.
(3) Strategically, AGPS does not provide the following data:
a. Data about other persons – The data sought by the Personal Data Subject’s access request may involve someone other than the Profile Subject. AGPS will not provide such information unless the individuals involved have consented.
b. Duplicate Application – The requester makes the same or similar request against the same personal data subject, the data has not changed in the past period of time and the AGPS has provided the data, in which case AGPS will not normally provide a copy of the data. In addition, AGPS is not obligated to provide information that has already been made public.
c. Views given under confidentiality conditions – AGPS is under no obligation to provide such information if the information about the subject of the personal data is given in confidentiality.
d. Special Documents – Any special information retained by AGPS will not be disclosed at the request of the personal data subject. In general, special information includes any confidential files (e.g. direct communication between a client and his or her lawyer) and information retained for the purpose of obtaining or giving corresponding legal advice (whether in the proceedings themselves or in the course of court proceedings).
(ii) Withdrawal of consent
You may change the scope of your authorization to continue collecting personal information or withdraw your authorization by deleting your data, contacting us for privacy settings, etc. In the AGPS account-related business, you may also withdraw our full authorization to continue collecting your personal data through the AGPS account-related business by deleting the account.
Please understand that each business function requires some basic personal data to complete, and when you withdraw your consent or authorization, we will not be able to continue to provide you with the services corresponding to the withdrawal of consent or authorization, and will no longer process your corresponding personal data. However, your decision to withdraw your consent or authorization will not affect the processing of personal data previously carried out on the basis of your authorization.
How to withdraw consent in a specific product or service is published by the AGPS in a specific privacy statement or supplementary statement for that product or service.
(iii) Deletion of the AGPS account
You can request account deletion in your AGPS account. After you delete your account, we will stop providing services to you, and unless otherwise provided by laws and regulations, we will delete your personal information. Once you delete your account, your account will not be restored and you will need to re-register for your AGPS account if you wish to enjoy the relevant products and/or services again.
How AGPS handles the personal data of minors
AGPS’s personal and household products are primarily intended for adults, but for minors using AGPS products and services, we are well aware of the importance of taking extra precautions to protect their privacy and safety. AGPS treats anyone under the age of 18 (or the age required by local law) as a minor.
For minors’ personal data collected with the consent of the guardian, we will only use or disclose it as permitted by law, with the explicit consent of the guardian, or as necessary to protect the minor. If at any time a guardian needs to access, amend or delete personal data relating to a ward, please contact us as described in How AGPS Protects Your Personal Data in Chapter IV.
If AGPS discovers that it has collected a minor’s personal data without the prior consent of a verifiable guardian, it will seek to delete the relevant content as soon as possible.
Third Party Links and Their Products and Services
AGPS’s websites, applications, products and services may contain links to third party websites, products and services. AGPS’s products and services may also use or offer products or services from third parties, such as third-party applications that are available on the Marketplace.
All links containing third party websites, products and services are provided solely as a convenience to users. AGPS has no control over such third parties and cannot provide any express and implied warranties with respect to the Linked Content, nor is such linking deemed to be a recommendation or authorization by AGPS of the Linked Content; AGPS also has no control over the privacy or data protection policies of third parties, and such third parties are not bound by this Statement.
You are solely responsible for your interaction with such links, and AGPS is not responsible for the privacy policies of such third parties before submitting personal data to third parties.
How this statement is updated
AGPS reserves the right to update or modify this Statement from time to time.
When this Notice changes, AGPS will send you a notice of the change through different channels: we will post the latest version on our website and will also issue you a separate notice (such as an electronic notice) to remind you of any changes to this Statement. For major changes, we will also provide more prominent notice (including posting on the AGPS website, or even providing you with a dialog box prompt).
Material changes referred to in this Policy include, but are not limited to:
(i) Significant changes have taken place in our service model. e.g. the purpose of processing personal data, the type of personal data processed, the use of personal data, etc.;
(ii) We have undergone significant changes in our ownership structure, organizational structure, etc. For example, change of owner caused by business adjustment, bankruptcy merger and acquisition, etc.;
(3) Changes in the main objects of personal data sharing, transfer or public disclosure;
(4) there has been a material change in your right to participate in the processing of your personal data and the way in which it is exercised;
(5) Changes in the departments responsible for handling personal data security, contact information and complaint channels;
(vi) The personal data security impact assessment report indicates that there is a high risk.
How to contact AGPS
We have established a Personal Data Protection Specialist. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact us by phone or email.
In general, we will give an initial response within three working days and do our best to answer your questions within one month.
Last updated May 27, 2022 Beijing time