Personal data is any information that can be used to identify you directly or indirectly. It contains de-identified data that, when combined with other information we have, allows us to identify you. Data that has been irrevocably anonymized or aggregated so that we cannot identify you from it, even when combined with additional information, is not considered personal data.
Personal Information relating to passwords; financial information such as bank account, credit card, debit card, or other payment instrument details; physical, physiological, and mental health conditions; sexual orientation; medical records and history; biometric information; any detail relating to the above as provided to or received by any individual. Any data or information on an individual that is openly available or accessible in the public domain or that is provided under the Right to Information Act of 2005 or any other law, does not qualify as Sensitive Personal Data or Information.