General Privacy Statement

Open Active Media does not distribute any personal information to third parties unrelated to the purpose for which it was collected. Personal information our clients provide is used to facilitate the services to our clients only. Unless a confidentiality agreement exists in writing, no confidentiality agreement shall be deemed to exist outside of this privacy statement. We reserves the right to publish the names, identifiable marks and logos of business for which we have translated directly or indirectly (i.e. via another company) in our marketing literature and on our website unless requested not to do so in writing. In the event of non-payment for services, we reserve the right to publish or otherwise share information about the client and the debt as needed to realize collection including posting any information about said client and outstanding debts on our website or those of our affiliates. Our website collects non-personally identifiable information such as the domain name of your Internet service provider, type of browser you are using, type of operating system you are using, URL addresses of the sites which our visitors are coming from as well as the other commonly available features offered by publicly available website traffic scripts. When our clients or visitors voluntarily provide their personal information (e.g. names, e-mail, mailing addresses, credit card information etc.) appropriate measures are taken to safeguard against unauthorized disclosures. It is our policy never to sell, rent or in any way share, personally identifiable information to third parties unrelated to the purpose for which it was collected. This website contains links to other sites whose information practices may be different than those expressed on this site. You should consult these other sites' privacy notices as we have no control over information that is submitted to, or collected by, these third parties.


A cookie is a small file stored in your web browser when you visit a website. In the case of Open Active Media, cookies are used to distinguish you from other people that visit Websites that are built on Content Management Systems, such as Open Active Media, use cookies for such basic necessities as "user sessions" (i.e. knowing and remembering if you are logged in or not). The following information shows you the cookies used by the Open Active Media website in accordance with the UK implementation of the European e-Privacy Directive (2009/136/EC). There are two types of cookies that we use: cookies that remember your preferences and cookies that help us understand how our site is used. We use standard 'session identification' cookies created by our content management system, based on Drupal. These cookies are used to distinguish you from other users. For example, for users logged into our website, a cookie helps us keep you logged in and makes sure that you have access to the appropriate content as you navigate from page to page. In other instances, cookies help us avoid the need for us to ask you the same question over and over again (like will you accept cookies). We just save your answer in the cookie instead of asking again and again and again. These are all standard uses of cookies and we do not record any more information than needed or do anything out of the norm. If you wish to restrict, block or delete cookies, you can do this through your web browser. Instructions for how to remove cookies for all versions of all of the major web browsers - Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera et al. can be found online with a standard search. Open Active Media DOES NOT use cookies, or any other technology, to track your movements online or store any information about you after departing our website. We do not assemble "shadow profiles" or record any aspect of our users or visitors or their habits. We do not ask your computer or browser to send us information about you and do not own or employ any such technology.

Third-party Services & Plugins

We use third-party services such as Google Analytics (to measure and analyze what people do on our site) and AddThis widget (which allows users to quickly share pages via various social media sites). Google and AddThis are known to track users and store their data.