- Internet protocol address
- Browser or computer type
- Number of links clicked within the site
- State or country from which the site was accessed
- Date and time of visit
- Name of Internet service provider
- Web page from which our site was linked
- Web page being referenced
- Pages viewed on the site
- Specific searches conducted
- Software used and the time spent on our site
may be stored on the servers of the WMO website. This information will not specifically identify the user. We may collect information during visits in order to understand your usage (website traffic analysis) and ensure that future content decisions reflect your needs. Information about users of the website and their usage is maintained in a secure environment. We respect the privacy and security of its users. We will never sell your e-mail address to any third party for any reason.
We, however, assume no responsibility for the security of this information. The Web is not secure and any information entered in a Web form can be stolen from unscrupulous individuals (or entities) who will “harvest” these records. We in no way aid these individuals (or entities) or provide them with users’ e-mails. We do not participate in marketing campaigns.
You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your identity. For your protection, we may require additional levels of confirmation for some actions that may be initiated on this site.
WMO websites do not display ads, therefore, no tools are installed on its websites for that purpose.
WMO does not collect personal information on its website users, however, it uses Google Analytics and other monitoring tools to better understand its audience and for statistical purposes. These tools do not receive personal information such as your name or exact location. Using your public IP address, it is possible to generate approximate geolocation coordinates, and the maximum accuracy represents the city you are in, or a city close to it. Like almost every website, cookies are used on WMO website. Cookies are simple text files written on your computer by your browser. They do not contain any personal information. There are used as identifiers. Most browsers will allow you to erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block acceptance of cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored. You can choose to set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the choice of rejecting or accepting the cookie.