INFORMATION THAT MAY BE COLLECTED
In addition to the other types of user-generated content that Infola may collect from you and that may be used by it according to the licenses set forth in the TOU, Infola may collect personally-identifiable information (called “personal information” in this PP) submitted to Infola, including (but not limited to) information submitted when registering an account with us or filling out other forms.
This “personal information” may include (but not be limited to) your:
- Date of birth
- Income range
- Home and/or work address
- Email address
- Telephone Numbers
Infola may also periodically collect log files, including IP addresses, from our server. These files give a general picture of who is visiting the website and which pages are being viewed most often.
This information is collected to assist us in the maintenance and administration of the Website. Log files are collected mainly for research purposes to see what pages are of most interest and use to current and potential clients as well as to gather demographic, geographic and economic trends. Infola reserves the right to make changes to this policy’s description of log files use at any time.
USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
You hereby agree that Infola may use your personal information for the following purposes:
Administering the Website
Personalizing the Website for you
Sending you marketing communications, including on behalf of third-party advertisers, provided such advertisers will not be provided access to your personally-identifiable information
Sending you other electronic communications
Enabling your access and use of the Website
Monitoring compliance with the TOU
Allowing you to use interactive features of the Website
Infola will exercise reasonable care, including taking technical and organizational precautions, in order to protect your personal data from unauthorized access or use. Your personal information will only be stored on secure servers owned, controlled or contracted for by Infola. If Infola contracts out its data hosting to a third party, we will endeavor to ensure that party has agreed to comply with our privacy standards as described in this PP.
Despite Infola obligations to make reasonable efforts to protect personal information as set forth above, Infola will not be responsible or liable for damage, pecuniary or otherwise, caused by a third party’s unauthorized access to or use of your personal information.
Your personal information may be transferred internationally between the countries in which Infola maintains a presence in order to enable the use of your data as specified in the PP.
THIRD PARTY SITES
The Website may contain links to third-party sites. Infola is not responsible for the practices of third parties and encourages users to read their privacy policies before using their websites.
DISCLOSURE TO THIRD PARTIES
We do not share any of the personal information you provide to us with any third party other than our service providers who assist us in providing the information and/or services we are providing to you. To the extent that we do share your personal information with a service provider, we will endeavor to ensure that party has agreed to comply with our privacy standards as described in this PP.
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TO DISABLE COOKIES IN INTERNET EXPLORER
Click ‘Tools’ > ’Internet Options’ > ’Privacy’
TO DISABLE COOKIES IN FIREFOX
Click ‘Tools’ > ’Options’ > ’Privacy’
TO DISABLE COOKIES IN CHROME
Click ‘Settings’ > ’Settings’ > ’Advanced Settings’ > ’Content Settings’
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THIRD PARTY COOKIES ON THE WEBSITE
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