This privacy statement applies to the Charter and the Affairs of The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform and its fundraising activities. Equally we require from accredited and recognized entities - bodies honoring copyrights, privacy, patents, formulas and intellectual property.
This site may collects information that is given voluntarily and only then the necessary to conduct its Affair activities in carrying out its Charter. We do not collect information from visitors in adhering to US privacy protection laws. We do not collect your e-mail address unless you request that we communicate with you via e-mail or you volunteer your e-mail address on a form on this site. We do not sell or rent e-mail addresses; The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform does not rent or sell information from entities bearing the Affairs or collaborating with the Charter to outsiders such as marketers.
We do not share information that is private and confidential from third-party or personally identifiable information for memorial or honor donations purpose.
We may occasionally conduct voluntary surveys on this site. Personally identifiable data collected in these surveys will not be shared. Results may be shared for analysis, but this can not be used to identify individuals, organizations, accredited or recognized entities.
On surveys and other means to collect data, The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform may inquire on data to gather information for internal and private purpose. Grants and donations registers or when available to purchase items, we will need personal information, such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and credit card number, so that we can process your donation or when available order, and to notify status of progression.
Special handling delivery deliver items resulting from our Affairs and Charter. These organizations are legally bona fide and binding not to share or use personally identifiable information for the purpose other than the delivery service.
We do not collect your cookies to store visitors preferences, alert visitors to new areas of the site, customize Web page content based on visitor interests, and record past activity in order to provide the Affairs. “Cookies” are small data files that do not damage system or files. Most internet browsers will allow users to accept or reject “cookies”. Web visitor that rejects our cookies may still use our site.
The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform, or those acting on our behalf, use web links to access web sites. We do not use, but web pages may contain “web beacon” that allows a web site to count visitors as to who have visited specific content or sites or to access certain cookies. Cookies may allow The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform to personalize to enhance your experience upon visiting our web sites.
Our server uses appropriate encryption to protect information submitted to us. Off-line information is securely stored and is accessible only by authorized staff in the USA.
This site contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of sites not owned by The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform. We encourage our visitors to be aware of when they leave our site and to read the privacy statement of any site that collects personally identifiable data.
The GOB Accreditation - Recognition Platform discontinue contact with any person upon oral or written request, write to: The GOB, 7231-251 Boulder Avenue, Highland, California 92346-3313. Or phone from national or international to message center 1.949.419.6770 we will return your call, or e-mail request @ accreditation-global . net
The essence of privacy includes that all data collection is to remain private and confidential or appropriately and adequately destroyed. To this effect we do not disclose information whether by invitation or likewise, as this is integral commitment to signatories and bearers and their clients. As a U.S.A. based public trust we do no publish the data and information of signatories and bearers or their own clients.
No data or information goes to the public, and much less propagation through social media, awareness or promotional campaigns.