Security and Privacy Statement
Security is of great concern to most users of the Internet, and is a critical part of an enjoyable and satisfactory user experience. inaword is acutely aware of and sensitive to the privacy concerns of users.
We are committed to ensuring our users's confidentiality and privacy. We do not share, sell or trade our client information with other companies or third parties. We have a strict no-SPAM or junk e-mail policy. Your private information is encrypted coming in and going out. We have a zero tolerance policy for any disruption of your communication channels.
Note: The inaword web site contains links to other Web sites. inaword makes no representations with respect to the privacy practices and statements or otherwise regarding those other Web sites.
inaword does not collect any personal information from a visitor to its web site without explicitly requesting the visitor to provide it. There are two ways in which a visitor may explicitly provide and consent to inaword's collection of personal information:
E-mail - inaword has links throughout its Web site to provide visitors with the opportunity to ask questions or provide comments and suggestions via e-mail.
Direct contact - inaword may offer a visitor the opportunity to have one of its representatives contact him or her personally to provide additional information about our language services. In order to do so, inaword may request additional personal information from the visitor that is relevant or necessary to fulfill the request.
This site has security measures in place to protect from the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under the control of inaword. Everything that travels through the Internet during a secured online session with inaword becomes a list of unrecognizable numbers before entering the Internet. inaword's computers and the user's browser understand the mathematical formulas, called encryption algorithms, that turn data transmitted and received during a secured on-line session into this scrambled numeric code and back again for the use of meaningful information.
A symbol of a key or lock will appear on the lower bar of the user's screen in Netscape or Microsoft's Internet Explorer. When the key is broken or the lock is open, the visitor is not in a secured session. Likewise, if the key is not broken or the lock is latched, then it is a secured session. This scrambling of information serves as the guardian of the user's personal information.
inaword has carefully selected Thawte as the provider of our Secured Server ID or Digital Certificate. Thawte is the international leader in providing this technology. While inaword and the user's computer can easily understand the scrambled numeric code, Thawte ensures that only these two computers have the one in a billion key to break the code. To understand more about the level of security provided by Thawte, please visit www.thawte.com.
inaword has a Feedback e-mail link at the bottom of each page. If you have any questions relating to this site or it's contents, please use our feedback form.
inaword does not use "Cookies".
inaword reserves the right to change, modify or withdraw access to this Web site, or the content of these pages at any time without prior notice.