Dinari, Inc. Privacy Policy

At Dinari, we are serious about protecting your privacy. You don’t have to take our word for it though, you can read below to understand how we treat your personal information. When you use our Services, you consent to our Privacy Policy and that we will collect, use, and share information as we outline below.

Remember that your use of our Website and Services, whether as a Company or as an individual User, are subject to our Terms of Use and our Terms of Service, which incorporates our Privacy Policy. Capitalized terms in this Policy have the definitions given to them in the Terms of Use and Terms of Service, unless first defined in this Policy. 

Why We Have A Privacy Policy (And What It Covers)


Our Privacy Policy is here to help you understand our collection and use of information, and to outline your rights. Our Privacy Policy covers how we treat Personal Information that we gather when you access or use our Services. “Personal Information” (or “PI”) is any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual where such information is contained within Customer or User Data and is protected similarly as personal information or personally identifiable information under applicable data protection laws. If your Personal Information is lawfully given to any company that we don’t own or control, or to people we don’t directly oversee, then the privacy policy of that company is applicable, and not this Privacy Policy.

In our Privacy Policy, we will go over a few important areas: How we obtain your PI; The types of PI we collect; How we Use our PI; Sharing your PI; and Your rights with respect to your PI. If any part of this Privacy Policy is unclear or if you believe that your PI is being misused in violation of this Privacy Policy, please contact us immediately, so we can look into it and try our best to remedy the situation to your satisfaction. Individual Users, please remember that there is some Personal Information that your company must use to stay compliant with applicable laws and regulations. When they use our Services to assist them in being and staying compliant, we are not able to stop using that Personal Information. Additionally, our Services utilize blockchain smart contract technology, and as such, information on the blockchain is not often private; however, we make every effort to anonymize this public information in a way that cannot be personally tied to you.

Here Is How We Gather Personal Information:


We collect Personal Information about you from a few different sources. 
For our Services, one of the main ways we obtain your Personal Information is from the company you work for or have a business relationship with.  Dinari is a platform that manages company stock ownership – if you are an authorized company Admin, or a stockholder, option holder or otherwise are needed to be on the company’s capitalization table, then the company has the authority to provide us with your information so the company, through our platform, can provide our Services. Other third parties that are lawfully able to share your Personal Information with us may also be a source. We request that any third party providing such Personal Information acknowledge that they have the right and authority to share it with us, and we will not accept that information if they do not agree.

In addition, another way we obtain your Personal Information is from – You! As a User of our Services, you can provide Personal Information directly to us, and while you use our Services, we may also obtain Personal Information.

From time to time, companies that we don’t own or control, or people we don’t directly oversee (“Third Parties”), may provide us with Personal Information about you. As an example, we may use analytics service providers to help us understand how you use our Services, or third parties may help us provide you with ancillary services that we do not directly provide.


We Automatically Collect Certain Information


When you use our Services, our Site may use cookies or other similar methods such as pixel tags, web beacons, clear GIFs, and JavaScript (collectively, “Cookies”) to help our Site recognize you (your web browser, phone, etc). Additionally, these Cookies may give us information on how and when you visit the Site and use our Services. They help us to analyze trends, so we can learn more and improve our Services. This information can be supplemented with other information received from third parties. At this time, when you visit the Site and use the Services, we are unable to offer “Do Not Track” requests.

You can decide whether to accept Cookies through settings on your browser. You can also delete Cookies already on your device. If you do this some of your preferences may have to be adjusted when you visit the Site and use our Services (it is possible that some of the functions may not work until you allow Cookies).

If this kind of stuff interests you, then you are in luck! Take a look at AllAboutCookies to find – well – All About Cookies!


This is the kind of Personal Information We Collect


  • Information that Identifies You Personally – Like your full name, mail, billing and email addresses, online identifiers or usernames, Internet Protocol (IP) address, and your Social Security number (used only to help us identify you and make sure that you are properly taxed when it comes to your equity).

  • Customer and User Records identified by state law  Like your full name, signature, Social Security number (see above), bank account and credit card numbers . These are controlled by state laws like Section 1798.80(e) of the California Civil Code.

  • Commercial information Like corporate documents, legal agreements (pertaining to the Services), and information on products or services you purchase (or consider purchasing).

  • Internet Activity Information Like your internet browsing and search history, or information on your interaction with a website or application.

  • Work/Employment-related Information Like your current or past employer, and  certain information on your stock ownership and equity grants that is necessary for us to provide our Services. 


How We Use Your Personal Information


Nearly all of the Personal Information that we collect is used to manage, improve, understand and personalize our Services. We use the Personal Information to:

  1. Accomplish a purpose (when you when Personal Information to us for a particular purpose);

  2. Communicate with you about the Services based on your preferences and send you confirmation emails and promotional offers or email you about your use of the Services;

  3. Offer and provide support for the Services;

  4. Personalize the content on our Site;

  5. Fulfill Customer and User requests and respond to their questions about the Site and Service;

  6. Better test, research, analyze and develop the Service and to over new Services and to make the Site better;

  7. Deter and stop illegal, fraudulent, and other damaging actions and better maintain the safety, security and integrity of the Site and our Services;

  8. Ensure compliance with our obligations, and enforce our Terms of Use, Terms of Service and other company policies;

  9. Interact with governmental and law enforcement requests and as required by applicable law, court order, or governmental regulations; and 

  10. Perform other business functions that we noted when we collected your Personal Information, and as is set forth in applicable data privacy laws that govern the use of such Personal Information.

If we need to use your Personal Information for any other (or any new) purpose, we will do our best to inform you of such use before we start.

If you do not want to receive communications from us, please indicate your preference by emailing us at: privacy@dinari.com. But please note that as long as you or the company you work for or with uses our Services, there may be some communications that you cannot opt out of. For instance, if you are a shareholder in a company and the company takes a shareholder vote, that company may use the Services to provide you with the legally required notice of that shareholder vote. 


How We Share Your Personal Information


We are not in the business of sharing your Personal Information for monetary gain.  We do need to perform and improve our Services and that does require us to share your Personal Information to make that possible. We will never sell or lease out your Personal Information for money or monetary gain.  We may share your Personal Information with companies and services like:

  1. Payment processors, Security providers, Technology/Hosting services, Analytics providers, Auditors, and others that help us maintain compliance and security (detecting security issues and fraud, and protecting against illegal or other improper activity);

  2. Those undertaking internal research for technological development and demonstration;

  3. Those that debug and help us identify and repair errors on the Site or the Services;

  4. Those that need the Personal Information for a short period of time to build a consumer profile;

  5. Those providing customer care, order processing or fulfillment services, or advertising and marketing services;

Others may access your Personal Information if you post that information publicly or as needed to complete a transaction initiated or authorized by you when you use our Services, or to any of our third-party business partners who you access through our Services.  If this happens, their privacy and other policies will control the use of that information and not us.

While we hope this never happens, your Personal Information may be acquired through a corporate acquisition like a merger, bankruptcy or asset sale.

Data Security and Retention

We strive to protect your Personal Information from unauthorized access, use and disclosure. We use appropriate physical, technical, organizational and administrative security measures based on the type of Personal Information and how we process that data. For example, our Services use industry standard Transport Layer Security (TLS)  technology to allow for the encryption of Personal Information you provide to us. You should also help protect your data by appropriately selecting and protecting your password and/or other sign-on mechanism; and limiting access to your computer or device and browser. Although we work to protect the security of your account and other data that we hold in our records, please be aware that no method of transmitting data over the Internet or storing data is completely secure. We cannot guarantee the complete security of any data you share with us, and except as expressly required by law, we are not responsible for the theft, destruction, loss or inadvertent disclosure of your information or content.

Personal Information of Children

We do not offer our Services to children so we do not knowingly collect or solicit Personal Information from children under 13; if you are under 13 years of age, please do not attempt to register for or otherwise use the Services or send us any Personal Information. If we discover that we have any Personal Information from a child under 13, we will delete it as quickly as possible. If you believe that a child under 13 may have given us any Personal Information, please contact us at privacy@dinari.com.

Other State Law Privacy Rights

Certain states have enacted laws to protect and empower consumers with respect to their data and personal information. You may have additional rights regarding the Personal Information we collect and use based on your state of residency. This area of law is evolving – if you would like to know what laws your state has enacted (or is considering), the National Conference of State Legislators (a non-profit that assists state lawmakers) has information here.


Changes to this Privacy Policy


From time to time, we may need to change the way we use your Personal Information due to applicable laws or to better perform our Services. If that happens, we will update this Privacy Policy and alert Customers, Users and other visitors to our Site by placing a notice on the Site, or sending an email, or by another expedient way. If you previously opted out of receiving legal notices by email, or if we do not have a current email, our legal notices will still apply, and you are still responsible for reading and understanding them. If you visit the Site or use our Services after any changes to our Privacy Policy have been posted, you agree to the changes. 

We use Personal Information (or other information) we collect according to the Privacy Policy effective at the time that information is collected.


Contact Information:


If you have any questions or comments about your Personal Information, your privacy, our Privacy Policy, or your rights, please do not hesitate to contact us at: privacy@dinari.com