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    Privacy Policy

    At coworkingpartner, accessible from, one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. The Privacy Policy document contains types of data that are taken and stored by coworkingpartner, as well as the ways we utilize it.

    If you have any additional questions or want to know more regarding our Privacy Policy Do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

    This Privacy Policy only applies to our online activities and is applicable for all visitors to our site in relation to the data they share and/or gather within coworkingpartner. This policy does not apply to information that is obtained offline or via other channels than this website. 


    When you visit this website, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy and accept the terms of it.

    We gather information

    The details you are asked to supply as well as the reason you’re asked to supply it will be clearly explained to you when we ask you to supply your personal data.

    If you directly contact us we could obtain additional information about you, such as your name email address, address, phone number, the content of the email and/or attachments you might send us, as well as any other information you choose to share with us.

    If you sign up to create an account, we might request your contact details which include details such as name the company’s name address, email address, address, and phone number.

    What we do with your data

    We make use of the information we collect in a variety of ways, such as to:

    Operate, provide and manage our website to make it more personal, better, and extend our website awareness of and evaluate the way you navigate our website. Understand and analyze how you use our Create new products, services with features, functions, and features contact you by email or via one of our associates including to provide customer service and to send you updates and other information related to our website. We also use this information to promote and market our products.Send us emailsBe aware of and stop fraud

    Log Files

    coworkingpartner uses a standard method for making use of log files. These log files track visitors whenever they go to websites. All hosting providers do this, and it is a component of the analytics for hosting services. The data gathered in log files includes the internet protocol (IP) addresses as well as the type of browser, Internet Service Provider (ISP) dates and times, the time stamps, the pages that you visit and exit from as well as how many clicks. They do not contain any personal information identifiable. The primary purpose is to study patterns, managing the site and tracking the movement of users through the site, and collecting demographic data.

    Cookies and Web Beacons

    Similar to other websites coworkingpartner makes use of ‘cookies’. Cookies are used to save information such as the preferences of visitors, as well as the pages of the site that the user browsed or accessed. This information is used to enhance the user experience by making our website content more personalized according to the types of browsers and/or other details.

    Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

    Google is a third-party vendor we use on our website. Google also makes use of cookies, also known in the form of DART cookies to display advertisements to site visitors according to their visit to as well as other websites that are accessible via the web. However, visitors may choose to decline the use of DART cookies by visiting the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy at the following URL –

    Our Advertising Partners

    A few of the advertisers we feature on our website may employ web beacons and cookies. The advertising companies we use are as follows. Every one of them has its privacy policies that are specific to their privacy policies regarding user data. To make it easier to access their policies we’ve provided hyperlinks on their privacy policies in the following table.


    Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

    It is possible to refer to this list to learn more about information about the privacy Policy for every advertising partner of coworkingpartner.

    Third-party advertising servers or networks use technologies such as cookies JavaScript as well as Web Beacons which are utilized in their ads and hyperlinks that are displayed on coworkingpartner. These are directly sent to users in their browsers. They automatically get your IP address once this happens. These techniques are used to evaluate the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns, and/or to customize the content you encounter on websites you browse.

    It is important to note that coworkingpartner has no access or control over the cookies used by third-party advertising companies.

    Third Party Privacy Policies

    The privacy policies of coworkingpartner do not apply to any other website or advertiser. Therefore, we advise that you read the Privacy policies of these third-party advertising servers for more specific details. It could include their privacy practices and directions on how you can remove yourself from specific options.

    You can opt to deactivate cookies by adjusting your browser’s options. To find out more details regarding cookie management for particular web browsers, it is found on the browser’s respective websites.

    CCPA Privacy Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

    Under the CCPA in addition to the rights it grants, California consumers have the right to:

    Demand that any company that collects consumer’s personal data , provide the types and specific elements of personal information that a company has gathered about its customers.

    Demand that a company erase any personal data of the individual that the business has gathered.

    A business which sells the personal information of a consumer data, does not sell personal information of the consumer.

    If you submit an enquiry, we have a month to respond to your request within one month. If you’d like to make use of any of these rights we invite you to get in touch with us.

    GDPR Data Protection Rights

    We want to make sure that you are aware of your rights to data protection. Everyone is entitled to the following rights:

    Right to access You are entitled to obtain duplicates of personal information. We might be able to charge you a small amount in order to perform this request.

    The right to correct You have the right to request that we rectify any information that you believe to be incorrect. You can also choose to ask us to complete any information that you believe to be incorrect.

    The right to erase – You are entitled to ask us to erase your personal information under certain conditions.

    The right to limit processing You are entitled to ask us to limit our processing of personal information under specific circumstances.

    The right to oppose processing You are entitled to oppose our processing of personal information, subject to certain conditions.

    The right to data portability You are entitled to ask us to transfer the information we’ve collected to another company and/or directly to your subject to certain conditions.

    If you send us an inquiry, we will have one month to reply to your request within a month. If you wish to make use of any of these rights do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

    Children’s Information

    Another aspect of our focus is to provide protection to children when they use the internet. We urge parents and guardians the activities of their children, take part in, or monitor and direct their children’s online activities.

    coworkingpartner is not in the habit of collecting any personal identifiable information from children younger than 13 years old. If you believe that your child may have provided such information on our site We strongly urge you to notify us immediately and we will make the best we can to delete the information from our database.