Personally Identifiable Information is any information gathered that is used to locate, contact, or identify a user. It can be used alone or with other information gathered in accordance with the US Privacy Law and Information Security.
1. When does forex.work collect Personally Identifiable Information?
When you register or otherwise enter information on the site or subscribe to a newsletter , information is collected.
2. What Personally Identifiable Information is collected by forex.work?
You may be required to enter your name, email address and other information when registering to our site or placing an order to help customize your experience on our site.
3. How does forex.work use your Personally Identifiable Information?
Information gathered when you register to the site, sign up for a newsletter, take a survey, browse the site, or make purchases will be used to customize your website experience to serve you better. Collecting this information allows us to offer you the type of content and products that are best suited for your needs.
4. What are cookies and how does forex.work use them?
Cookies are files that are stored in your computer’s hard drive from a site or service provider through your web browser. Cookies allow sites or service providers to recognize certain information and recognize your web browser or IP address. Users can choose their cookie settings through their browsers (such as Internet Explorer). You can set your computer to warn you whenever cookies are sent or disable them altogether. Disabling cookies won’t affect the user’s current site experience or keep orders from being processed, but it will disable some features and keep some services from functioning properly. Use the “Help” setting in your browser to choose the best cookies setting for you.
5. How does forex.work protect Personally Identifiable Information we collect?
forex.work does not use vulnerability scanning, scanning to PCI standards, or an SSL certificate. We will never ask for any information that is personal or private in nature.
Third Party Disclosure
*forex.work will never sell, trade or transfer any collected Personally Identifiable Information to any outside parties.
*Third party links: Sometimes forex.work will offer third party services and products on our website. These sites have their own separate privacy policies and forex.work has no responsibility or liability for any content or activities of these third party sites. forex.work welcomes any feedback regarding these sites as we strive to protect the integrity of our own site.
*Google: Google AdSense is not currently enabled on forex.work although it may be in the future. Google’s Advertising Principles provide a more positive online experience. (https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy)
*Third Party tracking: forex.work honors , do not track signals and will not use advertising or plant cookies where there is a Do Not Track (DNT) mechanism in place. Our site does not allow third party behavioral tracking.
*Children Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA): While forex.work does not specifically market to children under the age of 13, we follow the COPPA rule in accordance with the federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency. The COPPA rule puts parents in control of their children’s online habits but also ensures that website and online services must follow certain guidelines to protect children’s safety and privacy online.
*Fair Information Practices Principles
Playing a significant role in developing data protection laws world-wide, the Fair Information Practices Principles is considered the backbone of privacy laws in the United States. Understanding how these laws are implemented ensures compliance with the various privacy laws that protect your personal information.
If a data breach occurs, in compliance with Fair Information Practices, we will notify users via email and on our site within 7 business days. forex.work also adheres to the individual redress principle which states that individuals can legally pursue enforceable rights against any data collectors or processors who are not compliant with this law and gives them the option to have courts or government agencies investigate and prosecute any entity that is not in compliance.