Information is regarded as personal when it tells something about a human being who is or can be (uniquely) identified.
This definition stems from European law, which applies to us, and is intentionally broad in order to provide a high level of privacy protection.This means, for example, that not just names and e-mail addresses can be personal information, but also numbers or other identifiers, such as your IP-address, to the extent that they link other information to a specific human being.
The IP address that is associated with your search will NOT be recorded or shared.
In order to prevent the unpleasant possibility that anything you ever search for online could be traced back to you via your IP-address, we do not permanently record or share the IP address of any of our visitors.
We only have recorded IP addresses for a short time (7 days) in our log, After that, we are automatically removing logs from our servers.
The only exception is for “abusive” (automated) queriers that rapidly submit more queries to Int Global in a short time than any normal human possibly would.
We don’t collect any personal information about our visitors.
This is a first and very important condition to safeguard your privacy. If personal information isn’t collected, it can’t be stolen, demanded, leaked or exposed.
In fact, the only information we do record is an aggregate total of how many searches are performed on our website each day (a measure of overall traffic), and, some other strictly non-personal statistics. Such statistics may include the number of times our service is accessed by a type of operating system, a type of browser, a language, etc.—or a combination thereof.
We only count the numbers and are in no way able to know what your specific operating system, browser, language settings, etc may be, because we do not record that information.
When you use Int Global page, we do not record your IP address, we do not record the browser connected with your search (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc.), the computer platform (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.) connected with your search, and we do not record your search words or phrases themselves.
This zero personal data collection policy protects your privacy, since your IP address, browser, and platform information can be combined with other data to uniquely identify your computer, your location, or you.
Please note that search queries may convey personal information (think of someone entering their own name and/or social security number). Although we do not record your search queries, all queries are submitted to Google anonymously, as this is required to receive search results.
Int Global does not use tracking or identifying cookies.
PreferencesCookies are small pieces of data that are sent and saved to your computer’s hard drive when visiting sites. Int Global uses only one anonymous cookie called “preferences”. This cookie is to remember the search preferences you saved for your next visit. It expires after not visiting Int Global for 90 days.
You can periodically delete cookies from your computer’s hard drive, clearing out all historical data that may have been saved from your previous web surfing. If you delete cookies and return to a website, there is no cookie to recognize you by.
Int Global will not sell or disclose your contact information to any third parties.
When you send comments, questions, suggestions, or feedback to us via email or through our contact form, and include an email address and/or contact information, we may use this information to respond to you. Int Global will not sell or disclose your contact information to any third parties.
In case you have want us to remove your email address from our mailbox, please contact us using provided form.