Cohort Data Annotation Solutions Community Data Privacy Notice


Customers' privacy is important to Cohort Data. This privacy statement ("Policy") explains how we obtain, store, use, share, and otherwise handle the personal information you give us when you (a) access or use the website or (b) otherwise provide such information to us. ("Website"); (b) if you use or access our mobile or web application ("App"); or (c) if you access it in any other way. The term "Platform" will refer to both the website and the app as a whole. You can send an email to if you have any queries or concerns about this policy.

We value your privacy, and in keeping with our commitment, we make sure that any personal data we receive is handled in compliance with all relevant privacy and data protection laws. The Privacy Policy's Effective Date is stated at the very top of the document. At any time, without giving you prior notice, we may change our Policy. Your acceptance of the revised Policy is implied by your continued use of the Platform. Any updated Policy supersedes all earlier versions and will be published on this page. Please come back often, especially before submitting any private data.

Your Privacy is Important to Us

Delivering solutions that help our customers achieve their strategic objectives is what Cohort Data does. Along with advisory services, we provide business process and IT outsourcing solutions. Making sure that the sensitive personal information that our clients entrust to us is protected and that the privacy of their end users is respected is essential to our commitment to putting our customers first.

Scope of our Policy

With this, we clarify the situations in which our Privacy Policy is applicable: when you apply to us for employment or work placement; when you supply us with personal information in the course of providing services; when your relationship with one or more of our clients develops; and whenever third parties' information is gathered. This policy applies to data we gather before, during, and after your registration and/or while performing the jobs; in email, text, and other electronic messages exchanged with our platform; through mobile and desktop applications you obtain from our platform, which allows for dedicated non-browser-based interaction between you and our platform; when you engage with our advertising and applications on third-party websites and services that link to this policy. Please refer to the cookie policy for more information on the technologies we use, the personal information we gather, how to manage or prevent tracking, and how to delete cookies. This Policy does not cover data gathered offline, through other channels, or on any other platforms run by the Company; by third parties (including our affiliates and subsidiaries); or through any applications or content (including advertising) that may link to or be accessed from the Platform.

How do we collect your information?

We may gather your Personal Information when you use or access our Platform. We may gather your personal data using the techniques below:

Information you provide to us: We may ask for information from you when you use or access our Platform. This includes your first and last names, usernames, phone numbers, email addresses, and other contact information, as well as your gender, date of birth, country, job title, role, and employment information, as well as your LinkedIn ID, address, and any media, such as facial or other images, voice recordings, or videos that you record or upload on the platform.

Information we collect automatically: We may use cookies, web beacons, and other tracking technologies to automatically gather information about you when you use or access our Platform. This includes device data, such as device model ID, pages visited, and type of browser, as well as usage data, or information about your activity on the Platform, such as features you use when using the Platform.

Information we receive from third parties: We may obtain personal information about you from third parties with your consent to share that information with us.

Data Security and Storage

We have put in place safeguards to protect your data from unintentional loss as well as unauthorized access, use, alteration, and disclosure. You are also responsible for the privacy and security of your data. You are in charge of safeguarding any password we have given you (or that you have chosen) for access to particular areas of our Platform. Do not reveal your password to anyone and never use the same password across different services or platforms. Unfortunately, there are security gaps in data transmission over the Internet. Even though we try our best to safeguard your personal information, we cannot ensure its security when transmitted to our Platform. Personal information is sent at the sender's own risk. Any privacy settings or security features on the Platform that are abused are not our responsibility. To run our platform, Cohort Data relies on outside vendors and hosting partners for the hardware, software, networking, storage, and related technologies. According to their contracts or terms of service, business partners and vendors adhere to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). By using our platform, you give Cohort Data permission to transfer, store, and use your information anywhere we do business, including the United States

Confidential information

Through our Platform, Cohort Data does not want to obtain any private or proprietary information from you. Please be aware that Cohort Data will not be considered the recipient of any confidential information or materials you send. You give Cohort Data an unrestricted, irrevocable license to copy, reproduce, publish, upload, share, transmit, market, publicly display, perform, modify, create derivative works from, and otherwise freely use any information or material you send to Cohort Data. Additionally, you acknowledge that Cohort Data is free to use any concepts, know-how, techniques, or ideas that you send our way for any objective. However, unless (a) we receive your prior written consent to use your name; (b) we first notify you that the materials or other information you submit to a specific part of this site will be issued or otherwise used with your name on it; or (c) we are required to do so by law, we will not release your name or otherwise publicly announce the fact that you submitted materials or other information to us. Your personal information will be handled in compliance with our company policies if you provide it to Cohort Data to receive goods or services.

[Note: Please be aware that under certain conditions, personal information may be required to be disclosed to government agencies in response to legal requirements, court orders, or other processes].

Retention Period

The security of our processing, detecting illicit activity, maintaining and improving the Platform, complying with legal and regulatory obligations (such as audit, accounting, and statutory retention terms), handling disputes, and the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims in the countries where we do business are all examples of situations in which we may need to keep personal information longer than is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected. However, the situation may require this.


"Cookies" are small computer files sent to or accessed from your web browser or other device that contain information about your computer, such as a user ID, user settings, browsing history, and actions taken while using the Site. We use "cookies" along with the service providers who assist us in providing the Site. A cookie typically includes the name of the domain (location on the internet) from which it came, its "lifetime" (the date on which it expires), and a randomly generated unique number or other type of identifier.

The Website may make use of data collection tools to gather information from the computer or other device used to access the Site, including the operating system used, the country and time zone the computer or device is located in, the browser type, domain, and other system settings. Through the browser settings, most cookies can be managed by web browsers. Visit to learn more about cookies, including how to control and delete them. By using this website, you agree to have these Cookies put on your computer or mobile device. You can manually delete cookies in your browser's settings.

Your Rights

We value your right of access to, review, and modification of the personal data we hold about you so that you can update or delete it as needed. You can always refuse to provide any personal information or revoke your consent given by this Policy. You can also request to have personal data deleted. You can contact us in writing at to do this. However, this might make it more difficult for us to offer you our Platform.

The following rights are listed: (1) You have the right to request a copy of the information we have about you; (2) You have the right to have information about you that is inaccurate or incomplete corrected; (4) You have the right to request that information be removed from our records, and Cohort Data will abide by your request when required by law; (4) You have the right to request that the processing of your information be restricted when certain conditions apply; and (5) You have the right to request that we transfer the information we have about you to another party. (6) Additionally, you have the option to complain to the appropriate supervisory authority, as appropriate.

A person exercising their rights under the Consumer Privacy Act or any other applicable data privacy law or regulation is not subject to any form of discrimination by Cohort Data.

Please get in touch with us if you have any enquiries about your personal information or if you wish to submit a request by the Consumer Privacy Act.

Ph: 2144465855

Feedback: Including Comments, Questions and Complaints

You can get in touch with us if you have any comments, questions, or complaints about us or how we use your information, including our current privacy policy, as we value your valuable feedback.

You can file a complaint with your local data supervisory authority if you do not receive a satisfactory response to your question about our privacy practices, or if you feel that it was not adequately addressed. We will respond if you contact us with a privacy complaint to let you know how your complaint will be handled. When you send us, or give us, personal information via email (that is, in a message containing a question or comment), we may ask you for more information, consult with our experts/parties, and keep records regarding your complaint.