Privacy Policy

Worldata InfoCenter, Inc. (“Worldata”) is committed to protecting the information of its customers, potential customers and website users and making these parties aware of our practices regarding the privacy of their information. This Policy guides our collection, storage and use of personally-identifiable information.

WORLDATA only collects personally-identifiable information to the extent reasonably necessary for legitimate business purposes. Specifically, WORLDATA only collects the following information from users of our web site:

  1. The domain name and IP addresses of users' web browsers.
  2. Aggregate information on what users' access, utilize or visit.
  3. Information voluntarily provided by you, such as survey information, requests for information, mailing addresses and email addresses.

WORLDATA may use the information you give it to provide services to you or provide information and notices that WORLDATA thinks you may find interesting or useful. You may choose to opt out of any such distributions by emailing written notice to WORLDATA at remove@worldata.com, or evidencing your desire to opt out of WORLDATA's distributions to the attention of the Remove Office at Worldata 3000 North Military Trail Boca Raton Florida 33431.

Web site users who supply WORLDATA with their email address or telephone number may receive telephone or email contact from WORLDATA and may be provided with WORLDATA's newsletters and information regarding orders they have placed on-line, new products and services and upcoming events, unless a user opts out of any of such distributions.

WORLDATA does not externally distribute personally-identifiable information provided by our web site users, customers or potential customers to WORLDATA, except if a user, customer or potential customer specifically chooses that certain of its personally-identifiable information be distributed to a third party. External distribution does not include certain limited distributions such as sharing personally-identifiable information with a third party working on behalf of WORLDATA, transfer of personally-identifiable information in connection with the sale of WORLDATA's assets or the merger of WORLDATA or the disclosure of personally-identifiable information in connection with legal proceedings, investigations of crimes, or other governmental investigations. Transferring personally-identifiable information in connection with a sale or merger and sharing personally-identifiable information with an entity or person working on behalf of WORLDATA is considered an Onward Transfer to third parties and will be handled as described below.

By visiting this site third parties may place cookies on users' browsers for targeted advertising purposes. In addition, IP addresses, cookie identifiers and website activity may be collected for targeted advertising. This data may be used by third parties to target advertising on other sites based on users' online activity. To opt-out of targeted advertising, please visit www.aboutads.info or the NAI opt-out site at networkadvertising.org/choices, or for those in Europe, the EDAA opt out site at youronlinechoices.eu.

WORLDATA uses “cookies”. “Cookies” are elements of data that a web site can send to a user's browser and store on a user's computer. WORLDATA uses cookies to enhance its web site's navigation and functionality. WORLDATA also uses cookies to let it know how visitors are using its web site, so that it can improve it and the user's experience.

WORLDATA shall only make Onward Transfers of personally-identifiable information provided by a user of its web site, a customer or a potential customer to WORLDATA in connection with a sale of assets of WORLDATA or a merger involving WORLDATA or the sharing of personally-identifiable information to a third party working on behalf of or providing services to WORLDATA. Any such Onward Transfer shall be limited to third parties that (i) subscribe to the safe harbor principles of the U.S. Department of Commerce or are subject to the European Commission's Directive on Data Protection, or (ii) have entered into a written agreement with WORLDATA requiring that such third party provides at least the same level of privacy protection as is required by the safe harbor principles.

WORLDATA uses appropriate safeguards to protect the security, integrity and privacy of personally-identifiable information provided to WORLDATA by users of its web site and customers and potential customers of WORLDATA. WORLDATA uses industry-standard encryption technologies when transferring and receiving personally-identifiable information exchanged with its web site.

Interested parties can review and correct the personally identifiable information that has been collected from them by WORLDATA, by sending written notice to WORLDATA, making this request to the attention of the Remove Office at Worldata 3000 North Military Trail Boca Raton Florida 33431.

Any user that accesses all or any part of this web site agrees that he or she is at least eighteen (18) years old and that such user has consented to this Privacy Policy. Each time a user accesses the web site, he or she should review WORLDATA's Privacy Policy because WORLDATA reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy from time to time.

This web site may provide links to other Web sites that WORLDATA thinks users will find interesting or useful. WORLDATA is not responsible for the privacy practices of these other sites.

If you feel that WORLDATA is not following its stated privacy policy, you may contact WORLDATA's Remove Office at Worldata 3000 North Military Trail Boca Raton Florida 33431. Phone 800-331-8102.