Protecting your privacy is important to ORANGEBLACK Software Inc (OBS). To protect online privacy and to comply with the federal legislation governing the use, collection and disclosure of personal information which went into effect on January 1, 2004, the OBS has implemented the following policy on how the OBS collects, uses, and protects the personal information you provide on our Corporate Website (orangeblack.com) or any of our Cloud Based Sofware Websites. Personal information is defined as information about an identifiable individual and does not include material on corporate bodies and partnerships.
When you browse the public areas of any OBS Website, you do so anonymously. OBS does not collect personal information that is not knowingly provided. Only non-identifying and aggregate data is collected for purposes of statistical analysis and is used only for internal and marketing purposes.
Except for purposes referenced above or where required by law, OBS will not collect, use or disclose information without member consent.
Third Party Disclosure
OBS does not sell, or rent its mailing lists (or e-mail addresses) to anyone outside of OBS.
OBS has made every attempt to maximize the security of financial transactions on our Website. Credit Card payments are processed using secure processing services. If you are not comfortable making financial transactions on the Internet, please contact the developer of the software you wish to subscribe to. OBS utilizes 128 bit SSL encryption provided by COMODO, a leader in SSL Certificates.
OBS CANNOT GUARANTEE THE SECURITY OF INFORMATION YOU TRANSMIT TO THIS SITE AND SUCH INFORMATION IS TRANSMITTED AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Web Server Security
All OBS Websites are housed on servers in a secure network utilizing the latest defense technologies. The servers are located in a secure data centre which implements a control system composed of a biometric reader to authenticate fingerprints, access card readers and a series of surveillance cameras.
All of the personal information collected from you on the OBS Website, including names, addresses, are stored behind a "firewall," and defenses have been erected to enhance the protection of your information from outside attack by hackers and curious visitors.
This OBS Web site contains links to other non-OBS sites and OBS is not responsible for the privacy policies of these linked sites.
OBS will disclose information to law enforcement or other government officials when required to do so by law.