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Privacy Policy of Worldke

Information We Collect:

At WorldKe, we want to give you a personalized and smooth experience while keeping your information safe. To achieve this, we collect different types of information from you.

Personal Information:

This category includes data that can identify you as an individual. When you use our services, we may keep track of your name, email address, phone number, and any other information you voluntarily give us. This information is important for creating accounts, answering questions, and making sure that our platform is used in a personalized way.

Usage Data:

As you look around our website, we automatically collect some information that does not identify you. This includes things like your IP location, type of browser, operating system, and patterns of how you use the Internet. This information is very important because it lets us improve your general experience by making our website fit your preferences and by constantly improving our services based on how people use them.

How We Use Your Information

Purpose of Information we collect from you is mentioned below:

  • To provide our services, customize the material you see, and do what you ask.
  • To send out updates, emails, and marketing materials. You can choose not to get these emails.
  • To look at how people use our website, make it better, and figure out trends.
  • To follow the law, protect our rights, and deal with problems like scams or security.

Tracking and Cookies

We use cookies and other technologies to improve your browsing experience and personalize service. Cookies are little text files stored on your device when you visit our website. They increase site performance, remember your settings, and analyze user behavior. Manage your cookie preferences:

Accept Cookies:

Change your browser settings for cookies if you do not want to accept cookies. This gives you more control over how websites track your online activities with cookies.

Customize Settings:

Customize your cookie settings to your liking. Some browsers let you configure first-party and third-party cookie settings.

Impact on Website Functionality:

While you can decline cookies, some website features and operations may be affected. Cookies let us customize content, improve browsing, and remember your preferences. Disabling cookies may restrict certain features.

Data Disclosure

We respect your privacy and trust at WorldKe. Please understand how and why we may disclose your personal information. This section describes when we may disclose your data:

Service Provider:

Third-party firms and individuals may help us provide services. Our Service Providers handle hosting, data analysis, customer assistance, and payment processing. They only have access to your personal information to execute these activities for us and must not disclose or use it.

Business Transfers:

Worldke may transfer your personal information during a merger, acquisition, or sale. Before your personal information is moved and subject to a different privacy policy, we will notify you.

Legal Requirements:

We may release your personal information to comply with legal requirements or reasonable public authority requests.

Protecting Rights and Safety

We may release your personal information to defend our rights, safety, and others'. Information is shared with other companies and organizations to avoid fraud and spam.

Data Security

Personal data security is a primary focus at WorldKe. We protect your data's confidentiality, integrity, and availability. How we protect your data:

Strong Encryption:

Encryption protects your data during transmission and storage. Any information you send with us is converted into an incomprehensible format, making it harder for unauthorized parties to understand.

Access Controls:

Your personal information is only accessible to authorized people for particular purposes. Our strong access restrictions ensure only authorized users can access your data.

Regular Security Audits:

We regularly audit and examine our systems for vulnerabilities and weaknesses. This preventive approach prevents threats from being exploited.

Monitor/Detect Intrusion:

Monitoring and detection of hackers are built into our systems. This lets us quickly spot suspicious activity or unauthorized access.

Rights of Data Protection Under GDPR

As a person, you have certain data protection rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These rights give you the power to decide how your personal information is used by groups. Here are your most important rights to protect your data under the GDPR: Right to Information and Transparency
You have the right to know how your personal data is collected, processed, and used. Organizations must disclose their data processing operations clearly.

Right to Access

Request access to your personal data held by an organization. This lets you know what data is being handled, why, and for how long.

Right to Rectification

Request repair or incomplete personal data kept by an organization.

Right to Erasure

Request deletion of personal data when no longer needed or when consent is withdrawn.

Right to limitation of Processing

Dispute the accuracy of your personal data or request temporary limitation of processing if the organization's processing is unlawful.

Right to Data Portability

Receive your personal data in a structured, machine-readable manner. If technically possible, you can request data transfer across organizations.

Right To Object

If you have any objection regarding your data for being used for marketing purpose you have the right to refuse. The organization must stop processing your data unless there are strong legal grounds.

Automated Decision-Making Rights

You have the right to be free from decisions based entirely on automated processing, including profiling, if they adversely impact you.

Third-Party Links

In the digital world, third-party links increase knowledge and connectivity. These links redirect users from one website to another, often to external content held by other businesses. Third-party links allow deeper investigation and information sharing, but users and website managers should be aware of their risks.

Behavioral Remarketing:

Digital marketing success depends on targeting the appropriate audience with the correct message. Behavior retargeting is a strong way for advertisers to reach past website or online content visitors. This method uses user behavior and interests to customize adverts, making them more engaging.

How Does Behavioral Remarketing Work?

Users who have exhibited interest in a brand, product, or service are more likely to convert, according to behavioral remarketing. How it usually works:

User Interaction

Cookies or other tracking technologies track users' behavior when they visit a website, click on a product, or add things to a shopping cart.

User Behavior

Viewed products, pages visited, and site time are gathered and saved.


Data is used to group consumers by interests, behavior, and engagement.

Personalized Advertising

Advertisers then target these subdivided groups with advertising on social media, websites, and search engines.

Increased Relevance

Users see advertising that matches their previous interactions, enhancing engagement and conversion.