policy covers o2h discovery and affiliated entities.


At o2h discovery we take your privacy seriously and we are committed to protecting Personal Data (information) that we receive from you. This Privacy Policy explains our policies and practices regarding its processing of your Personal Data and explains your privacy rights under applicable privacy and security laws. We notify you of this under the General Data Protection Regulation. ​We review our privacy practices on an ongoing basis, so we may change this Privacy Policy from time to time. If such changes includes any significant, material changes, we will provide clear notice on our website, www.o2hdiscovery.co

contacting us

If you would like additional information on anything in or related to this policy, or you would like to exercise any rights that you may have in relation to your personal data, please contact us at .

personal data

“Personal Data” is information that identifies an individual or relates to an identifiable individual, including;

  • Name
  • Account details and related contact information
  • Telephone or fax number
  • Email address and other identifying addresses for electronic communications
  • Date of birth
  • Details form passports and other government or state issued forms of personal identification (including social security,
    driver’s license, national insurance and other identifying numbers)
  • Photographic or video image
  • Emergency contact information
  • Financial Information, such as bank account details and requests relating to invoices

In the course of providing certain services, we may also receive from you, or third parties, information including: ​​

  • Employment related information (CVs etc.);
  • Information about regulatory and other investigations; and
  • Source of wealth and beneficial owner(s)

with whom may we share your personal data

We take privacy seriously and will not share your Personal Data with others, except in the following circumstances: ​ Service
Providers – we may disclose your Personal Data to third-party service providers to provide services such as website hosting
and professional services, including information technology services, payroll services, auditing services, consultancy services,
regulatory services, and legal services. ​Corporate Transactions or Events – we may disclose your Personal data to a third party in connection with corporate reorganisation, merger, joint venture, sale, transfer, or other disposition of all or any portion of our business or shares. ​Legal Reasons – we may disclose your Personal Data as we deem necessary or appropriate under
applicable laws; to respond to requests from public, governmental and regulatory authorities, to comply with court orders,
litigation procedures, and other legal processes; to obtain legal remedies or limit our damages; to protect the operation of our
business; and to protect the rights, safety, or property or our employees, you or others. ​

what rights do you have with respect to your personal data

You may have the following rights with respect to the personal data you provide to us, to the extent permitted by applicable
data protection laws: ​

  1. To withdraw any consent that you have provided to us to process your personal data.
  2. To access or review your personal data held by us.
  3. To have your personal data erased if it is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was processed, you have
    withdrawn your consent to, or object to, it’s processing and there are no other legitimate grounds for processing it or you
    consider it has been unlawfully processed.
  4. To have the processing of your personal data restricted if you contest its accuracy, its processing is unlawful, we no longer
    need it but you need it for a legal claim, or you have objected to its processing and await verification of our legitimate
    grounds for processing it.