We appreciate you visiting our Global World Citizenship Website and your interest in our firm and products. We are committed to respecting your privacy. The following explains the information we collect and process during your visit and how we use it.
Information we collect
Generally, we do not collect any personally identifying information when you visit our Website. If your browser permits, we will normally collect and maintain the following information:
The name of your ISP
The type of browser you use
The Website from which you come to us
Our Website pages you visit
The date and duration of your visit.
We may statistically evaluate such information to improve our site and online services, but such information cannot be used to identify a visitor. We do not combine this information with data from other sources.
Collection and processing of personal information
We maintain your personal information only if you disclose it to us, for example, when you request information or file a complaint, e.g., via our contact form or sign-up for our resources. Personally identifying information is defined as that which can be used to determine your identity, which may include your:
Phone number, etc.
We share your personal information with a third party only to the extent necessary to process your order or invoice, pursuant to and GDPR, or if we have your express consent. We do not sell your personal information to third parties. We disclose such information to state or federal authorities only if required by law or a court order.
How we use your personal information
We use your personal information, obtained via our contact form or when you sign-up for our resources, only to provide the products or services you requested, or for other purposes for which you give us your consent, unless otherwise prohibited by law. We have instructed and bound our employees to keep your information confidential, pursuant to the privacy protection provisions under and GDPR.
Information we maintain
At Global World Citizenship, we maintain your personal information as long as it is necessary to provide you the requested service, or for as long as you have given your consent, unless otherwise prohibited by law.
The right to revoke your consent
You may revoke your consent to prospective use of your personal information, in part or in whole, at any time.
At Global World Citizenship, we deploy technical and organizational means to protect your information against coincidental or deliberate manipulation, loss, destruction, or unauthorized access. We update our security measures in line with technical advancements.
Personal information on children (persons under 18 years of age) may not be transmitted to our Website without parental consent. Global World Citizenship recommends that all parents and guardians should instruct their children on responsible use of personal information when surfing the Internet. We will not knowingly collect, process, maintain, or use personal information on children.
Our Website does not use Google Analytics, a Web analysis service of Google Inc. (“Google”).
This site may contain links to other Websites not under our direction or control. We carefully checked the target sites of these links before setting them up, but the respective provider may have subsequently changed the content therein. This privacy statement applies only to our Website, and we are not responsible for the content of the linked sites or how these sites handle personal information. You should always review the privacy representations of other providers when you visit their Websites, and/or contact them for more information.
General data processing information
Personal data is only collected when you provide them to us. We do not perform additional collection of personal data. Any collection of personal data that encompasses more data than those regularly allowed by law happens only after your expressed consent.
Purpose of processing:
Fulfilment of contractual obligations
Categories of recipients of personal data:
Authorities if required by law
Additional external recipients as long as the data subjects has consented to allow transfer of data or transfer of data is permitted by law or predominant interest.
Third party transfers: In the performance of contractual obligation there may be used data processers outside of the European Union.
Data retention: The data retention period follows requirements set by law and is in general set to 10 (in words ten) years.
Freedom of information
For information or comments concerning how we use your personal information, please contact our data protection officers (DPO):
Upon request and as prescribed by laws and regulations, we will inform you as soon as possible in writing as to what if any of your personal information we maintain. We will correct any data we maintain that are inaccurate or not current. Moreover, you have the right to have your personal information blocked or deleted in accordance with the law. You have the right to file complaints with your respective data protection authority.