Privacy Policy


You can browse our web site without providing any personal information. There are points in the web site at which you have the option of entering information. If you choose to do so, that information will be received by ICURO and used for its own purposes in assisting you and for other internal purposes. It will not be sold to third parties.

Such information as you decide to submit to ICURO via its web page is used to provide information you request, answer questions or concerns, or otherwise in the normal course of ICURO’s business. We do not intend to share your information with people or entities outside of ICURO and its affiliates except as is required to provide you with the service or information you have requested via the web site. If we are required by law to disclose the information you have provided to us, we will do so.

This privacy statement may be modified from time to time. It is intended as a statement of our current practices, and not as an offer or contract of any sort. If the privacy statement is amended, the amendment will be included on our web page.

ICURO is not responsible for the privacy practices of any organization or entity to which we may provide a link on our web page. If you are concerned about those entities’ privacy policies, you should read their policies as found on their web pages.

We self-certify compliance with the Privacy Shield Framework. A list of participating organizations can be found at

Privacy Shield Standards
This Privacy Shield Privacy Statement (the “Statement”) sets forth the privacy principles followed by ICURO, Inc. and its subsidiaries (ICURO India Pvt Ltd and Adrenaline Resources, Inc.) in connection with the transfer and protection of “personal information” received from the European Union (EU).

About The Privacy Shield
The “Privacy Shield” program was jointly established in July 2016 by the United States Department of Commerce and the European Commission, as a method for transferring personal information from the European Union (EU) and Switzerland to companies in the United States. The program is a voluntary self-certification process for companies operating in the United States. Companies that certify represent that they comply with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework and the Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information transferred from the European Union and Switzerland to the United States, respectively. ICURO has certified to the Department of Commerce that it adheres to the Privacy Shield Principles. If there is any conflict between the terms in this privacy policy and the Privacy Shield Principles, the Privacy Shield Principles shall govern. To learn more about the Privacy Shield program, and to view our certification, please visit

“Personal Information” means information that can directly or indirectly lead to the identification of a living person, such as an individual’s name, address, e-mail, telephone number, license number, medical identification number, photograph, or other identifying characteristic. The identification can occur by reference to one or more factors specific to the individual’s physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity. Personal information does not include information that has been anonymized, encoded or otherwise stripped of its identifiers, or information that is publicly available, unless combined with other non-public personal information.

This Statement governs personal information transferred from countries in the EU to the United States on behalf of ICURO. It applies to personal information in electronic and off-line formats.

Privacy Shield Privacy Principles
The following privacy principles apply to the transfer, collection, use, or disclosure of personal information from the EU by ICURO.

Notice: ICURO informs individuals in the EU about the purposes for which it collects and uses their personal information, how to contact ICURO, the types of third parties with which ICURO shares their personal information, and the choice and means ICURO offers for limiting the use and disclosure of their personal information.

Consistent with the Privacy Shield requirements, ICURO may not be in a position to furnish notice in certain limited situations. Specifically, notice is not required where the processing of EU personal information is necessary to respond to a government inquiry; is required by applicable laws, court orders or government regulations; or is necessary to protect ICURO’s legal interests and providing notice would interfere with those interests.

Choice: ICURO will not process personal information about EU individuals for purposes other than those for which the information was originally obtained or subsequently authorized by the EU individual unless the individual affirmatively and explicitly consents (“opt-in”) to the processing, or unless an exception applies. ICURO also provides EU individuals with the opportunity to withdraw consent at any time (“opt-out”), in which case their personal information will not be further processed.

Data Integrity: ICURO seeks to ensure that any personal information held about EU individuals is accurate, complete, current, and otherwise reliable in relation to the purposes for which the information was obtained. ICURO collects personal information that is adequate, relevant, and not excessive for the purposes for which it is to be processed. EU individuals have a responsibility to assist ICURO in maintaining accurate, complete, and current personal information about them.

Transfers To Third Parties: ICURO does not share personal information with third parties. Were it to do so in the future, it would only transfer personal information about EU individuals to third-parties where the third-party (a) has provided satisfactory assurances to ICURO that it will protect the information consistently with this Statement; or (b) is located in the EU or a country considered “adequate” for privacy by the EU Commission, and therefore is required to comply with the EU data protection laws or substantially equivalent privacy laws; or (c) the third-party has also certified to the Privacy Shield, and is accordingly independently responsible for complying with the Privacy Shield requirements. ICURO assumes responsibility for such onward transfers as required by the Privacy Shield.

Where ICURO has knowledge that a third-party to whom it has provided EU personal information is processing that information in a manner contrary to this Statement or the Privacy Shield requirements, ICURO will take reasonable steps to prevent or stop the processing. ICURO will disclose personal information in response to lawful requests by public authorities, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements.

Access and Correction: Upon written request to ICURO, ICURO will provide EU individuals with reasonable access to their personal information. ICURO will also take reasonable steps to allow EU individuals to review their information for the purposes of correcting their information. There are certain limitations to the Access and Correction rights, as set forth in the US Department of Commerce’s Privacy Shield website.

Security: ICURO takes reasonable precautions to protect EU personal information in its possession from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.

Enforcement: ICURO has established internal mechanisms to verify its ongoing adherence to this Statement. ICURO also encourages individuals covered by this Statement to raise any concerns about our processing of their personal information by contacting ICURO’ Privacy Office at the address below. ICURO will seek to resolve any concerns. ICURO has also agreed to participate in the dispute resolution program provided by JAMS. Disputes will be subject to binding arbitration when so required by the Privacy Shield. ICURO is subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

How to Contact Us: Questions, comments or complaints about ICURO’s Privacy Shield Data Privacy Statement or data collection and processing practices can be e-mailed to, or mailed to 3350 Scott Boulevard, Building 46-02 Santa Clara, CA 95054. In the event that a complaint is not satisfactorily addressed by ICURO within a reasonable time frame, you may contact the Federal Trade Commission at, or via phone at 202.382.4357.