At Ailuj Inc., we take our customers’ privacy and security seriously. We understand that there may be situations where we are required by law to disclose customer data to a court or government agency. This policy outlines our approach to responding to court orders and subpoenas.
Types of Legal Requests:
We will comply with valid court orders and subpoenas requesting customer data, provided that they are properly issued by a court or other authorized entity with jurisdiction over the matter. We may also comply with other types of legal requests, such as warrants and national security letters, but only to the extent required by law.
Verification of Requests:
Before responding to a legal request, we will verify its validity and legal authority. We may seek the advice of legal counsel or consult with law enforcement officials or other experts to confirm the legitimacy of the request.
Notification of Customers:
We will notify our customers whose data is being sought by a court order or subpoena, unless we are prohibited from doing so by law or by a court order. Notification may be delayed if we are required to do so by law enforcement or other authorized entities.
Data Preservation and Storage:
Upon receipt of a valid court order or subpoena, we will take reasonable steps to preserve the data being requested, and to ensure its security and confidentiality. We will maintain detailed records of the disclosure of customer data, including the legal authority of the requesting entity.
Challenging Legal Requests:
We will challenge legal requests that we believe are overly broad, not properly issued, or are otherwise invalid. We will take all appropriate legal and technical measures to protect our customers’ privacy and data security.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about our Court Order & Subpoena Policy, please contact us at Ailuj Inc., One World Trade Center, 85th. Fl., New York, NY 10007.