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Privacy & Security

This statement explains the privacy practices for BeyondWork, Inc. and BeyondWork's entire Web site. This site contains links to other sites. BeyondWork is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites.  If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site or your dealings with this site, please contact support@beyondwork.com.

Information We Collect

In BeyondWork's online registration you are asked to provide your full name, full street address, company name and email address at work.

As you use this site, BeyondWork automatically tracks certain information about you. This information includes the URL that you just came from, what browser you are using, cookies and your IP address. Many sites automatically collect this information.

If you send personal correspondence, such as emails, BeyondWork may collect such information into a file specific to you.

BeyondWork's Use of Your Information

BeyondWork uses personally identifiable information about you for Internet business purposes: to improve the operations of the site, to statistically analyze site usage, to improve content and product offerings, and to customize the site’s content and layout. BeyondWork believes these uses will improve its site and better tailor it to meet customers’ needs.

BeyondWork may also use personally identifiable information about you to send you information that may be specific to your interests.

Contact information from the order form is used to send orders and promotional material from some partners to customers. Your contact information is also used to get in touch with you when necessary. Financial information that's collected is used in billing for products and services.

BeyondWork uses demographic information in surveys and cookies to tailor your experience at the site, showing you content of interest, and displaying the content according to your preferences. This information may be shared with advertisers on an aggregate basis.

Due to contractual obligations with suppliers, BeyondWork uses your email address at work to verify your employment with participating companies.  Your work email address is the default channel to deliver information to you. (After you become a BeyondWork member, you may use any valid email address you own as your default email address.)  In some situations, your mailing address or phone number is used to contact you regarding administrative notices.

If you choose to make a purchase with your credit card, BeyondWork may use your address and billing information to bill you and provide associated support.

BeyondWork may use personal information maintained in your file, and other information from your current and past activities on the site to resolve disputes, troubleshoot problems and enforce the Service Agreement. At times, BeyondWork may evaluate multiple users to identify problems or resolve disputes.

Disclosure of Your Information

BeyondWork does not sell or rent any personally identifiable information about you to any third party.  Unfortunately, due to the existing regulatory environment, BeyondWork may disclose (if you authorize it) any information about you to law enforcement or other government officials as BeyondWork, in its sole discretion, believes necessary or appropriate. Therefore, although BeyondWork uses industry standard practices to protect your privacy, it does not promise, and you should not expect, that your personally identifiable information or private communications will remain private.

Control of Your Password

You should not disclose your password to any third parties or share it with any third parties. If, despite the foregoing, you lose control of your password, you may lose substantial control over your personally identifiable information and may be subject to legally binding actions taken on your behalf. Therefore, if your password has been compromised for any reason, you should immediately change your password.


BeyondWork uses industry-standard practices and efforts, such as Secure Socket Layers, to safeguard the confidentiality of your personally identifiable information. However, "perfect security" does not exist on or off the Internet.