February 23, 2007

AGLOCO Privacy Policy Wins...

Whenever a new online company launches there are always certain questions that need to be answered.

And some of the most pertinent questions are those addressing a company's privacy policy.

In AGLOCO's case, it's no different. The people want answers. They want to know whether or not the company will screw them.

They want to know whether or not AGLOCO will take their personal information and abuse it.

So, in order to address such integral questions, I've happily composed the following...

AGLOCO's Privacy Policy Wins

AGLOCO will not compromise your personal information. How can you be sure? Easy. They don't mess around when it comes to this stuff.

For example, AGLOCO's Chief Privacy Officer is none other than Ray Everett-Church. OK, so who's Ray Everett-Church? Fair question. Here's a brief history on him...

Ray Everett-Church was dubbed "the dean of corporate Chief Privacy Officers" by Inter@ctive Week magazine. He was also profiled by the New York Times as "one of the most influential advocates of responsible online advertising."

Current Activities

Ray Everett-Church's current activities include:

  • Principal at PrivacyClue LLC, a privacy consultancy based in San Francisco.
  • Columnist for JupiterMedia's eSecurityPlanet.com
  • Co-founder and counsel to the Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE)
  • Member of the National Advisory Council for the George Washington School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS).
Here's the link to AGLOCO's Privacy Policy. As you can see, AGLOCO is extremely serious when it comes to protecting personal information. And that's precisely the way it should be.


  1. hi there,

    i added your blog to both of mine.



  2. Thanks Volker. I appreciate it!

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