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Last Revision: May 2018
What information we collect through the website
Intelocate collects and uses IP addresses collected through the cookie to record visits and improve our website, as well as to recognize the computer when revisiting our website. You may opt-out of cookies through the privacy settings on your browser.
What information we collect through our services
Through our services, we collect your email address, your name, your position or title within the organization, as well as your office and/or mobile phone number. In addition, if you request a meeting via the Intelocate website, we may also collect such information as your postal address, as well as your IP address. We use it to deliver you the tools and services you have requested. We also collect the e-mails you exchange on our platform
We use this information to deliver to you the tools and services you have requested, to respond to your inquiries or requests, to improve our services to you and to customize your experience interacting with our website or to send you updates or notices about our services.
Where we keep and how we protect your information
We store your personal information on IBM Softlayer and Amazon, both certified under ISO standards and EU-US Privacy Shield as offering high privacy protection. We only keep your information for as long as you have an account with Intelocate. After that, we either return it to you or delete it, as you request.
How we share information
Your privacy rights
You have the right to access the personal information you have provided to us through the website by contacting Yulia Vasilyeva at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you find your information is inaccurate, we will correct or delete it, as needed. You can withdraw your consent to us holding the information you provided at any time.
For privacy and personal information queries and concerns, please contact:
Should your concerns remain unaddressed, you may contact the Data Protection Authority in your country or the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.