At ProdigyBuild, we prioritize the privacy and security of our users’ information. We have established a policy regarding the disclosure of non-public user information in various legal situations. Here are the key points of our policy:
User Consent: We will disclose private account information, upon receiving user consent, to the user themselves or to a designated third party. This disclosure will occur after verifying the user’s identity.
Subpoena or Similar Legal Process: In response to a valid subpoena, civil investigative demand, court order, search warrant, or similar legal process issued in connection with an official criminal or civil investigation, we may provide specific non-public account information. This may include names, associated email addresses, billing information, registration dates, IP addresses, and other relevant data. For organization accounts, we can provide information about the account owner(s) but will require further requests for information regarding other members or contributors.
Court Order or Search Warrant: We will only disclose account access logs, account settings, user-specific analytics, and security access logs in response to a court order issued under appropriate legal procedures or a search warrant demonstrating probable cause. Private account contents, such as secret Gists, source code in private repositories, collaboration records, and communications, will only be disclosed with a search warrant.
Exigent Circumstances: In certain urgent situations involving the risk of death or serious physical harm, we may disclose limited information necessary to assist law enforcement agencies. However, for any further information beyond what is immediately necessary, we will still require a subpoena, search warrant, or court order.
It is important to note that the availability of information may vary depending on the specific case, as some information may be optional for users to provide or may not have been collected or retained by us.
At ProdigyBuild, we are committed to protecting user privacy while also cooperating with legitimate law enforcement requests. Our disclosure practices are guided by applicable laws and legal processes to ensure a balance between privacy and the interests of justice.