This Privacy Policy explains how InfoDataPlace collects and uses data to market its products and services and meet its customers' business needs. The Policy covers postal, email, telephone, and online channels, including visitors to the InfoDataPlace website, but does not apply to third-party practices.

InfoDataPlace works with reputable and compliant third-party companies to provide marketing services and products to its customers. These companies offer third-party information, including demographic and Personally Identifiable Information (PII), such as name, postal address, email address, or telephone number. InfoDataPlace does not collect, hold or use sensitive information, such as Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, banking information, or biometric data.

InfoDataPlace collects information about businesses globally to deliver products and services that assist customers in making critical commercial decisions. Its global business database includes personal information such as sole traders, partnerships, company directors, beneficial owners, trustees, and professional contacts. InfoDataPlace upholds the security of the data in its possession and complies with applicable privacy laws.

InfoDataPlace offers data-driven marketing products and services, including customized databases that may contain PII, insight, and analytical services. The data may come from licensed public sources, carefully screened data partners, or customers in the form of name, address, job title, telephone, email, and information about what individuals have purchased or be responsible for purchasing. InfoDataPlace does not sell, process, or collect transactional data with credit card or banking information.

InfoDataPlace may engage in digital advertising programs using marketing databases to deliver online targeted advertising for marketers through third-party online networks. It respects individuals' right to privacy and not to participate in these programs. Advertising partners may deploy cookies, web beacons, or similar technologies through websites or email messages from InfoDataPlace or their online channels and partners.

InfoDataPlace collects personal information to supply commercial data about organizations to other organizations and license and sell professional business contact information for marketing and data management purposes. It uses the information collected to operate its websites, offers customers business information products and services, and licenses professional business contact information to authorized resellers and third-party businesses for marketing and data management purposes.

InfoDataPlace may use professional business contact information to match with other public and private sources to create anonymous segments of information for use by InfoDataPlace and third parties to target advertising messages. It aggregates website visitor data to determine usage patterns and interests of visitors and users of its products and for technical support and website security purposes. InfoDataPlace may track usage information within its products to respond to user questions, market research, and improve its product design and functionality.

When you visit the InfoDataPlace website, the company may collect and store information voluntarily provided through event registration or by completing a form to request information. The information may include personal details such as name, company, business title, postal address, email address, telephone number, etc.

InfoDataPlace collects both personal and non-personal information from its visitors and customers. The company automatically collects non-personal information, such as the type of web browser or operating system used, and uses cookies to track visitor activity and to improve the online experience of its visitors. Visitors can disable cookies by adjusting their browser settings. The company may also collect personal information, such as name, address, telephone number, and email address, from website visitors who subscribe to email newsletters and alerts, fill out a form to request additional information, or access whitepapers and webinars.

InfoDataPlace collects information on businesses and business professionals, including business contact information, detailed company profiles and statistics, company operational histories, and summary business information regarding net worth. The company may also use IP addresses to analyze trends regarding InfoDataPlace products and services and to match IP addresses to business contact information.

The company maintains commercially reasonable security measures to protect personal information against unauthorized access and disclosure, including implementing technical, physical, and administrative security safeguards. The company requires employees to complete privacy and security training and implements a third-party service provider due diligence program to ensure that vendors also employ adequate data collection, processing, transfer, management, and security measures in carrying out their services on the company's behalf. The company continually assesses its data privacy, information management and data security practices. However, the company cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information that visitors transmit to the company and visitors engage in such transmissions at their own risk. The company does not respond to Do Not Track Signals.

InfoDataPlace places great importance on data security and has implemented procedures and technologies to protect our data assets, which may contain personal information. We ensure that only authorized employees have access to the data for legitimate business purposes and require our partners to have sufficient security processes in place for secure transfer.

Our security measures are consistent with industry standards and our business operations. We have implemented technical, physical, and administrative safeguards to protect personal information against unauthorized access and disclosure. Our employees undergo privacy and security training, and we conduct third-party service provider due diligence to ensure they employ adequate data management and security measures while carrying out their services on our behalf.

While we strive to maintain the security of the information you transmit, we cannot ensure or warrant its security. Therefore, you agree to provide such information and engage in such transmissions at your own risk. Nonetheless, we have established policies and procedures to securely manage and protect data against unauthorized access, and we continually assess our data privacy, information management, and data security practices. We achieve this through:

  • Establishing policies and procedures for securely managing information
  • Limiting employee access to information
  • Using data encryption, authentication, and virus detection technology to protect against unauthorized access to customer data
  • Requiring service providers to comply with relevant data privacy legal and regulatory requirements
  • Monitoring our websites through recognized online privacy and security organizations
  • Conducting background checks on employees and providing data privacy training to our team members
  • Continually assessing our data privacy, information management, and data security practices.

What are Cookies, Flash Cookies, Web Beacons, Pixel Tags, and GIFs, and how are they used?

Cookies, Flash Cookies, Web Beacons, Pixel Tags, and GIFs are commonly used technologies on websites to enhance their functionality and improve user experience. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a computer's hard drive and contains an anonymous unique identifier. Websites ask for permission to store cookies on a user's hard drive, and each website can send its cookie to a browser if the browser's preferences allow it. Cookies store login and other information on a user's computer, and they are used to tailor services to a user's preferences and interests. Cookies can also be used to calculate the number of people visiting a website and to determine which parts of the site are most popular.

Web beacons, pixel tags, and GIFs are graphic images placed on a web page or in an email message to monitor user activity, such as whether the web page or email message is accessed or clicked. They are also used on many web pages for alignment purposes. Web beacons may also be loaded from a different web server than the rest of the page. They provide an independent accounting of how many people visit a website or gather statistics about browser usage. Some emails may contain pixels or codes to collect information regarding email behavior and analytics.

Flash cookies, also known as locally shared objects, are used to display content based on what a user views on a website to personalize their visit. Flash cookies differ from browser cookies in the amount of data stored and the way data is stored. Cookie management tools provided by a browser will not remove Flash cookies.

By using these technologies, website owners can better serve their customers' needs by improving website features, marketing, and content and making online experiences more convenient and meaningful.

Understanding Third-Party Cookies and Advertising

As a user browsing websites, you may have encountered the term "third-party cookies." What are these cookies, and how do they impact your online experience? In short, third-party cookies are cookies that originate from a domain other than the website you are currently visiting. They are created by third-party advertisers and partners rather than the website owner themselves.

At Infodataplace, we use third-party advertising companies to serve ads on our website and other websites on which we advertise. These companies may place or recognize a unique third-party cookie on your browser to collect information about your online behavior and preferences. This information is then used to serve targeted advertisements more relevant to you.

It's important to note that we have no access to or control these third-party cookies. While we do share aggregate website usage information with our advertising partners, we do not disclose any personally identifiable information to these companies. Additionally, these advertising companies do not collect information that can personally identify you, such as your name, address, telephone number or email address.

Third-party advertising networks also use tracking technologies to monitor visitors' online usage and behavior patterns. They use this information to create an online profile of each user, which is then used to predict individual interests, preferences, and purchasing habits. This allows the advertising networks to customize the advertising content served to users when visiting other websites.

While our privacy policy does not cover the use of third-party cookies and other tracking technologies, we take your privacy seriously. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of our advertising partners to understand how they collect, use, and disclose information. And as always, you can control your cookie settings and preferences through your web browser settings.

Choices Regarding Cookies

Users can decide whether to accept cookies and how long to keep them on their hard drive. Most internet browsers allow users to reset their browser to refuse cookies while still using our website, although this may lead to slower website access and less convenience. The website https://tinyurl.com/bdcrzbcz provides useful information on managing cookies, as does the US Federal Trade Commission at https://consumer.ftc.gov/articles/how-protect-your-privacy-online.

Collection of Sensitive, Personally Identifiable Information

InfoDataPlace does not collect or hold sensitive personally identifiable information ("SPI") associated with specific customers or clients. This means we do not collect, process, or sell information such as financial, banking, credit card, insurance, social security, or passport information. Likewise, we do not process, collect, or sell information about religion, creed, country of origin, race, ethnicity, education, sexuality, disability, educational history, professional history, job performance, age, marital or relationship history.

Regarding Children

We want to ensure the safety of children online and, as such, our Services are not intended for or directed towards individuals under the age of 18. To use our Services, you must represent that you are at least 18 years old and acknowledge that you must be at least 18 years old to create an account and purchase the Services advertised through our websites and applications.

We take the protection of children's privacy very seriously, and we do not knowingly collect or maintain any Personal Information from children under the age of 13. If we discover that we have inadvertently obtained Personal Information from children younger than 13, we will take appropriate and reasonable steps to remove or destroy such information from our records.

Transfers to international users

If you reside outside of the United States and use our Services, you acknowledge that your Personal Information may be processed and transferred to countries, including the United States, where laws governing the handling of Personal Information may differ from those in your country. We may store, process, and transfer Personal Information to countries outside of your country of origin or the region, including outside of the EU and EEA, and specifically to servers located in the United States.

By using our Services or providing us with any information, you explicitly consent to this onward transfer, processing, and storage of your information in the United States for legitimate business purposes, as explained in this Privacy Policy. If you do not consent to the transfer, processing, and storage of your information in the United States, you should not use our Services or provide us with any information.

Privacy Statement Updates

At InfoDataPlace, we take privacy rights seriously and respect our users' privacy. We periodically update our privacy policy and post any updates on our website. Any changes we make in the future will be posted on this page, and we may also notify you by email where appropriate. We will fulfill all requests regarding any data we hold on you within the required timeframes.

Please get in touch with us if you have any questions, comments, or requests regarding our privacy policy or data compliance.


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