Privacy Policy

Children's privacy is important to us at Infomedia Pro ("we," "us," "our"). We are committed to safeguarding children's personal information submitted on our online and mobile Web sites, services, and applications and to helping parents or guardians and children learn how to exercise control over personally identifiable information.


Our mobile device applications do not collect information about the location of a mobile device. Users may also choose to receive push notifications. Users can always manage their notification and location preferences at any time by adjusting the settings on their mobile device.

Our mobile applications may require permission to access the camera, video gallery, or contacts only for local use within the application or to allow the application (but only at the express request of the user) to send an application product to some of your contacts, by email or on a social network.

If users no longer wish to have information used by an application installed on the mobile device, they may uninstall the application by using the standard uninstall processes available on the mobile device or via the mobile application marketplace or network.


Parents or guardians with questions or comments regarding this privacy policy can contact us at:

Infomedia Pro
Attention: technical department
Telephone: 004 012 310 6344


From time to time, we may update this Privacy Policy. We encourage visitors to periodically check back to review this policy to understand our current privacy practices.


The Internet offers a world of opportunity for children. The additional measures we have taken to help children protect their privacy while online include encouraging children to use non-personally identifiable screen names rather than their real names and taking efforts to prevent children from posting contact information. We encourage parents and guardians to get involved and spend time with their child on the Internet. Their guidance and involvement are essential to help ensure that children have a safe and rewarding online experience. Their efforts to instill responsible information practices will help steer their children to age-appropriate sites, and will go a long way toward ensuring that their children have enriching experiences online.

Date Updated: Oct 20, 2017