Wordy is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.
The term ‘Wordy’ or ‘us’ or ‘we’ or ‘our’ refers to the English company Wordy Limited as the owner of the website ‘wordy.com’ whose registered office is Second Floor Cardiff House, Tilling Road, London NW2 1LJ, England. Wordy Limited is registered with the UK government register of UK companies under company number: 07443366.
Wordy may change this policy by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from 1 February 2012.
1. What we collect
When you order or register as a client with Wordy for the purpose of getting content edited by a copy-editor, the information we collect is:
- contact information (email address)
- company name (if applicable)
- VAT number (if applicable)
- credit/debit card information
- order information (text and documents uploaded for editing)
- brief to editor
- communication with the editor.
‘Brief to editor’ is visible to all editors. As a client, you should therefore exercise caution when entering this information. Clients' content uploaded for editing is visible only to the copy-editor who accepts the job.
When you register as a copy-editor with Wordy, the information we collect is:
- contact information (email address, telephone number, Skype account)
- postal address (street, postcode, city, country)
- years of professional experience
- professional and educational background
- organisation memberships
- payPal ID.
We do not share any of your information with third parties except to the extent necessary to complete orders or as mandated by law.
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Wordy uses non-identifying and aggregate information to to improve its website's design and as a source of information for advertisers.
Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better service. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
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3. Your account
You can access all your personally identifiable information that we collect online. You can maintain, update, modify or remove any personal information from your account after signing in.
4. Data protection
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure.
To prevent unauthorised access, maintain data accuracy and ensure the correct use of information, Wordy has put in place appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. However, since the transmission of data or information over the internet or other publicly accessible networks is not secure, and is subject to possible loss, we do not accept any liability for any damage you may experience or costs you may incur as a result of transmissions to and from Wordy.
5. Confidentiality and non-disclosure agreement
To ensure the client's confidentiality, all Wordy copy-editors agree to work under the following non-disclosure agreement:
Non-disclosure Agreement for Wordy Editors
This Non-disclosure Agreement (the ‘Agreement’) is entered into by and between the principal offices at Wordy (‘Disclosing Party’) and you as a Wordy editor (‘Receiving Party’) for the purpose of preventing the unauthorised disclosure of Confidential Information as defined below. The parties agree to enter into a confidential relationship with respect to the disclosure of certain proprietary and confidential information (‘Confidential Information’).
1. Definition of Confidential Information
For the purposes of this Agreement, ‘Confidential Information’ shall include all information or material that has or could have commercial value or other utility in the business in which the Disclosing Party and its clients are engaged.
2. Exclusions from Confidential Information
The Receiving Party's obligations under this Agreement do not extend to information that is: (a) publicly known at the time of disclosure or subsequently becomes publicly known through no fault of the Receiving Party; (b) discovered or created by the Receiving Party before disclosure by the Disclosing Party; (c) learned by the Receiving Party through legitimate means other than from the Disclosing Party or the Disclosing Party's representatives; or (d) is disclosed by the Receiving Party with the Disclosing Party's prior written approval.
3. Obligations of Receiving Party
The Receiving Party shall hold and maintain Confidential Information in the strictest confidence for the sole and exclusive benefit of the Disclosing Party. The Receiving Party shall carefully restrict access to Confidential Information to employees, contractors and third parties as is reasonably required and shall require those persons to sign non-disclosure restrictions at least as protective as those in this Agreement. The Receiving Party shall not, without the prior written approval of the Disclosing Party, use for the Receiving Party's own benefit, publish, copy or otherwise disclose to others, or permit the use by others for their benefit or to the detriment of the Disclosing Party, any Confidential Information. The Receiving Party shall immediately return to the Disclosing Party any and all records, notes and other written, printed or tangible materials in its possession pertaining to Confidential Information if the Disclosing Party requests it in writing.
4. Time periods
The non-disclosure provisions of this Agreement shall survive the termination of this Agreement, and the Receiving Party's duty to hold Confidential Information in confidence shall remain in effect until the Confidential Information no longer qualifies as a trade secret.
Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be deemed to constitute either party to be a partner, joint venture or employee of the other party for any purpose.
If a court finds any provision of this Agreement invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of this Agreement shall be interpreted so as best to effect the intent of the parties.
This Agreement expresses the complete understanding of the parties with respect to the subject matter and supersedes all prior proposals, agreements, representations and understandings. This Agreement may not be amended except in writing and signed by both parties.
The failure to exercise any right provided in this Agreement shall not be a waiver of prior or subsequent rights. This Agreement and each party's obligations shall be binding on the representatives, assigns and successors of such party. Each party has signed this Agreement through its authorised representative.
6. Governing law and venue