1. Our Commitment to Data Privacy

The security of personal information relating to our clients and other end users is treated as a matter of critical importance within Conducive Search.

Conducive Search follows industry best practices for stewardship of data, including transparency, accountability and choice regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of information. Conducive Search is committed to protecting the data from any users of our services and our partners and maintaining compliance with all applicable laws, including the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR").

As our company, technology and services evolve, this Privacy Notice may be revised to reflect those changes. Notice of such amendments will be posted as an updated Privacy Notice on this website. Please review this Privacy Notice periodically in order to keep up to date with any modifications.

2. Who is Conducive Search?

The entity that decides how and for what purpose data is processed (also referred to as a "data controller") is:

Conducive Search. d.b.a adMarketplace, Inc.

1385 Broadway, 19th Floor

New York, NY 10018


Tel. +1 212 925 2022

Email: legal@conducivesearch.com; privacy@admarketplace.com

3. Purposes of and Legal Bases for Data Processing

Conducive Search uses personal data relating to identifiable individuals ("personal data") as set out below:

4. What Personal Data do we Collect?

5. Security

6. Third Parties

7. International Data Transfers

8. Minors

9. Retention of Data

10. Cookies

11. GDPR Rights

12. EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

13. CCPA

Your rights under the CCPA:

Your rights under the CCPA can broadly be divided into the following categories: (1) right to notice, (2) right to access, (3) right to opt out (or right to opt in), (4) right to request deletion, and (5) right to equal services and prices.

Right to notice: Under the CCPA, businesses must inform consumers at or before the point of collection what categories of personal information will be collected and the purposes for which these categories will be used.

Right to access: Consumers have the right to request that a business disclose the categories of personal information collected; the categories of sources from which personal information is collected; the business or commercial purpose; the categories of third parties with which the business shares personal information; and the specific pieces of personal information the business holds about a consumer. If a business sells personal information or discloses it for business purposes, consumers have the right to request the categories of information so sold or disclosed.

Right to opt-out: Consumers have the right—at any time—to direct businesses that sell personal information about the consumer to third parties to stop this sale, known as the right to opt-out. If a consumer is a minor, the CCPA provides for a right to opt-in to the sale of data (exercised by the minor if the consumer is between 13 and 16 years of age, or by the minor’s parent or guardian if the consumer is under 13 years old). Businesses must wait at least 12 months before asking consumers to opt back in.

Right to request deletion: Consumers also have the right to request the deletion of personal information, but only where that information was collected from the consumer. Like the right to erasure under the GDPR, this right is subject to exceptions. For instance, businesses need not delete personal information necessary for detecting security incidents, exercising free speech, protecting or defending against legal claims, or—in what is potentially a broad and likely contentious category—for internal uses reasonably aligned with the consumer’s expectations.

Right to equal services and prices: The CCPA prohibits businesses from discriminating against consumers by denying goods or services, charging a different price or rate for goods or services, providing a different level or quality of goods or services, or suggesting that they will do any of these things based upon a consumer’s exercise of any CCPA rights. Put differently, consumers have a right to equal services and prices.

Exercising your rights under the CCPA:

According the law (see paragraph above), you are entitled to request specific pieces of personal information (as defined under the CCPA) that we have about you, the business purpose for which the personal information was collected, categories of personal information, categories of sources from which the personal information was collected, categories of personal information that we either shared, transferred, sold with a business purpose, categories of those third parties to which the personal information was sold for a business purpose.

If you want to do such a request, you can write to privacy@admarketplace.com and we will respond within 45 days as per the law.

We reserve the right to verify your identity if you make such a request.

However, we may not be able to respond to your request if it goes against applicable law.

(Please note that we do transfer personal information collected through our network of partners to third parties and as such are considered as having disclosed or sold data (as defined under the CCPA) over the past twelve months.)

Opt-Out Request Form
Updated: January 8, 2020