Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to Global Data Esim LLC, doing business as GDE ( You may read about the types of personal data we gather and how we use it in this privacy statement. As mentioned in the section below under "9. Changes to This Policy," GDE reserves the right to modify this privacy statement at any time and at its sole discretion. You acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to the terms of this policy by creating an account or by using or visiting any GDE website, application, product, software, tool, data feed, or service (collectively, the "Service"). Please carefully read this policy.

Please contact us directly at if you have unresolved privacy or data use concerns that we have not adequately handled. You can also find further information under the section under "7. How Does A User Change Or Update Information.”

You can trust GDE to respect your privacy. This privacy notice outlines our practices for gathering, using, disclosing, keeping, and safeguarding your personal data.


A few fundamental GDPR concepts 

A clear reason for collecting the data: The controller must expressly tell the customer of the use he intends to make of the customer's personal data. 

Relevant data: According to the minimization of collection principle, the controller may only gather information that is strictly required for his treatment.

Retention period: Personal data must be retained for as long as necessary for the controller to accomplish the goal; after that, the data must be erased. 

Individuals have the right to exercise access, rectification, and erasure of their personal data that is held by the controller.


1. Individually Identifiable Information 

When you expressly and knowingly give us personally identifiable information, such as when you register for our newsletter or chat, create an account, ask for additional information via our contact page, answer a survey, or fill out a questionnaire, we may be able to contact you about that information. Personal data as defined by applicable legislation is included when appropriate in personally identifiable information.

The privacy policies of third parties that we do not own or control are not covered by this policy. This includes, but is not limited to, any third-party websites, services, applications, online resources that this site may link to or otherwise make reference to (collectively referred to as Third Party Services, or TPS), which you may access through the Services. For instance, by using Facebook content and services through the Service, you agree to be governed by the Facebook Terms of Service, Privacy Policy, and API Services Terms of Service. The Services also use the Facebook API Services as a TPS. We disclaim all liability for any TPS's content or privacy policies. We advise you to read the privacy policies of each TPS you access in detail.

The term "personally identifiable information" as used by GDE does not include data that has been made anonymous in order to prevent third parties from identifying a specific person. In order to provide the services, run and improve our service, provide customer service, conduct research and analysis to enhance our goods, service, and technology, and show content that is tailored to your interests and preferences, we collect and use your personally identifiable information.

You can always decide not to provide personally identifying information, but if you do, you might not be able to access all of the Service's features. You will have consented to supply your personally identifiable information in order to access the services if you have registered an account with us. This consent gives us the justification we need to process your data in accordance with the applicable laws. You still have the option to revoke this consent whenever you choose. Please refrain from using our Services if you disagree with the way we will use your personal information in accordance with this policy.


1.2 Sensitive Personal Data

With the exception of what is stated in the following sentence, we ask that you refrain from sending us or otherwise disclosing any sensitive personal data (such as social security numbers, details about racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religion or other beliefs, health, biometrics or genetic characteristics, criminal history, or membership in a union). 

When you contribute material to the services, you authorize us to process and use any sensitive personal data that you send or reveal in accordance with this policy. You must not submit such content to us if you do not authorize our processing and use of such sensitive personal data. Please be aware that we will not store these details anywhere on our end, even if they are submitted.


1.3 Non-Personally Identifiable Information, Section


We may gather and compile non-personally identifiable data, which is data that cannot be used to identify or locate you either on its own or in conjunction with other data that is publicly available. This information may contain things like the website that directed you to us, your IP address, the hardware types, the location where you are located, and the times and lengths of your accesses. We may also gather navigational data, such as the pages or content of the service that you view, the links that you click, and other actions related to the service. In order to improve the Service, we utilize this information to examine usage trends.


1.4 Cookies, pixels, and local storage

Cookies are little data files that websites store on your computer's or mobile device's hard disk in order to gather information. To give you a more customized and interactive experience when using the Services, we may employ both session cookies—which vanish when you shut your web browser—and permanent cookies, which stay on your computer or mobile device until you delete them.

We use two main types of cookies: (1) first party cookies, which we serve to your computer or mobile device directly and which are only used by us to identify your computer or mobile device when it returns to any website or application that is a part of the Services; and (2) third party cookies, which are placed on websites or applications by other service providers and may be used by those other service providers to identify your mobile device or computer when it visits other websites.


2.1. Cookies' Types 

For the reasons mentioned below, the Services include the following categories of cookies: 

Cookies that are strictly necessary to provide you with services made available through the Services and to allow you to enjoy some of their features are known as strictly necessary cookies. They make the content of the pages you request load quickly, for instance, and they enable you to log in to protected portions of the websites or applications. We only use these cookies to provide you with the services you have requested since we cannot deliver them without them.

Functionality Cookies: These cookies help the Services remember decisions you make when using a website or application, like your preferred language, your login information, or modifications you make to other areas of your account or preferences. These cookies are used to give you a more customized experience and save you from having to enter your preferences each time you use the Services. 

Cookies used for performance: These cookies are used to track user behavior and traffic to the services. 

No particular visitor is identified by the data collected. The data is anonymized and aggregated.It includes information about how many people visited, which websites directed them there, which pages they visited, when they went there during the day, whether they had been there before, and other details of a similar nature. We use this data to monitor the level of activity on our services, to obtain broad demographic data, and to operate the services more effectively.

For this, Google Analytics is used. The use of Google Analytics' own cookies. Only to enhance the functionality of the services is it used. Google Analytics cookies can be read more about at this link: 

Here is a link where you may learn more about how Google safeguards your information: 

By downloading and installing the browser plugin available at this address:, you can prevent Google Analytics from being used in connection with your use of the services.

These cookies are used to display advertisements that are more relevant to you and your interests. In addition, they assist determine how effective advertising campaigns are by limiting the number of times you see an advertisement. Usually, advertising networks place them with the owner of the website's consent. They keep track of the websites you've visited, and they share this information with other businesses like marketers. Targeting or advertising cookies are frequently related to website features offered by the other organization.


2.2. Turning off cookies 

Google AdWords Conversion Tool: Link to Opt-Out and Privacy Information of the Provider ( 

You can read more about cookies and the various providers on Through one or more mechanisms, you can also choose not to receive usage-based internet advertising there. Please click here to get straight to the preference manager.


2.3 Facebook Custom Audiences  

We also make advantage of Facebook's communication tools, especially its custom audiences and website custom audiences, in the context of usage-based online advertising. Your usage data is basically converted into a non-personal, non-reversible checksum (hash value), which can be sent to Facebook for marketing and analysis reasons. The Facebook cookie is used for personalized audiences on websites. Please see Facebook's privacy policy, which is available here, for more information on the extent and intent of the data collection, as well as how Facebook will use the data moving forward. You can also find out about your options for privacy protection there. You can express your concern of the use of custom audiences on the Facebook website here.


2.4. Pixel Tags

To monitor user behavior on our websites and applications, we may also deploy pixel tags, commonly referred to as web beacons and clear GIFs, on the Services. In contrast to cookies, which a website places on your computer or mobile device's hard drive, pixel tags are covertly inserted into webpages. Pixel tags gather data on service usage and track the effectiveness of our marketing activities so that we may better manage our content. We do not link the data we gather through pixel tags to the personal information of our users.


2.5. Do Not Track Signals

Some web browsers can be set up to notify websites you visit about "Do Not Track" signals. At this time, we don't react to messages telling us not to track. Visit to learn more about "Do Not Track.”


3. GDE does not reveal your personal information to outside parties unless specifically stated in this privacy statement. 

Your personally identifiable information will only be used by GDE for the specific reasons for which you have directly provided it, which may include:

- to manage your account, including communicating with you about your account;

- to operate and manage any promotions you take part in on any website or application; 

- to respond to your comments and questions and to provide customer service; 

- to send information, such as technical notices, updates, security alerts, support and administrative messages; and to operate,   maintain, and improve the Services.

with your permission, to send you promotional emails about upcoming sales and other news, including details about the goods and services that we and our affiliates offer. When you last showed interest in our content, goods, or services—for example, when you last read an email from us—we retain information about your marketing choices for a fair amount of time. We keep data collected by cookies and other tracking technologies for a fair amount of time after the data was generated. 

You can choose not to receive such material at any time; the opt-out instructions are provided in the marketing communications. Please be aware that we may still send you non-marketing emails even if you choose not to receive marketing emails from us. Non-marketing emails include those pertaining to your account with us (if you have one) and our business dealings with you; 

to process payments you make through the Services; and as we deem necessary or appropriate to 

  1. comply with applicable laws; 
  2. comply with legal orders and processes, including those from public and governmental authorities; 
  3. uphold our Policy; and (d)
  4. protect our rights, privacy, safety, or property, as well as yours; and 
  5. enforce our Policy.

In order to process information requests, display stored data you access, help us with marketing, conduct audits, etc., among other things, we may share this information with service providers that work on our behalf. These businesses will only be allowed to receive the personal data they absolutely need to carry out their services, are obligated to keep the data private, and are not allowed to use it for anything else.

In addition, if you give us permission to do so, we may use the information you give us to send you email or text messages about deals from our partners and other third parties that we believe you'll find interesting. You can change your personal information preferences as outlined below or adhere to the unsubscribe or stop instructions provided in each message if you do not want to receive marketing communications. Our marketing automation platform is MailChimp. By sending us your information, you agree that it will be sent to MailChimp for processing in accordance with their Privacy Policy and Terms.

Unless a longer retention period is needed or permitted by law, we will only keep your personally identifiable information for as long as is reasonably necessary to provide you with the Services (for example, for regulatory purposes). On request, GDE will give you details about the data it has and how it will be used. If GDE finds an error in the information you provided, GDE will fix it. You can get in touch with GDE about this by writing to them at the address provided in the section titled "7. How Does A User Change Or Update Information," or by any other means. Customers can also examine and, if necessary, modify the information that GDE has recorded on them in their account.

You can reach out to us at any time to opt out of any further processing of your personal data that we may conduct beyond the scope of the original purpose, including I direct marketing communications, (ii) our collecting of sensitive personal data, and (iii). Please be aware that if you choose to opt-out, some of the Services you use may no longer function. Additionally, you can: (A) contact us directly to update or correct any inaccuracies in your personal data; (B) access the data we have about you at any time via your account; and (C) request that we delete your data in certain circumstances, such as when it is outdated or inaccurate.

For any additional inquiries you may have regarding your personally identifiable information and our use of it, you may reach us at at any time.


4. Revelation 

Generally speaking, GDE will not divulge any of your personally identifiable data unless one of the following situations arises: 

We determine in good faith that it is legally compelled to be disclosed by any applicable legislation, regulation, ordinance, rule, administrative or court order, decree, or subpoena; we have your permission, including the authorization granted by your acceptance of this Privacy Policy; when you are otherwise informed at the time we collect the data; when we need to share your information to provide the product or service you have requested; when such disclosure is made subject to confidentiality restrictions in connection with a sal; when such disclosure is made to address activities that we believe to be manipulative, deceptive, or otherwise in violation of the law. The anonymous data that GDE collects may be made available to advertising and other partners in aggregate form only.


5. Utilization Abroad 

The Service, which is GDE property, is accessible both within and outside of Europe. Unless otherwise stated, GDE is both the controller and the processor of data for reasons of data protection. Information gathered may be kept, retained, and utilized in jurisdictions where the privacy laws may differ and be less protective than those in your native area. 

For the best round-the-clock service, GDE has also made agreements with third-party service providers to handle logistics and customer support. To ensure that the service is provided, some data must be shared and transferred to these third parties.All concerned third parties have signed legally binding confidentiality agreements and are only permitted limited access to the GDE database for support purposes.


6. The Kids' Policy 

According to the terms of service, users must be I 18 years of age or older, or (ii) 13 years of age or older if they are (a) emancipated minors, or (b) they have legal parental or guardian approval. Users under the age of 13 are not deliberately asked for personally identifiable information by GDE. If we become aware that we have gathered any personal data from a user under the age of 13, we will make an effort to locate it and remove it from our database.


7. Modifications to This Policy 

We retain the right to modify this privacy statement at any time. The last updated date at the top of the policy will be updated whenever we make changes. If we make any significant changes to this policy or to how we use your personal information, we'll let you know by displaying a notice of those changes prominently on this page or our home page, or by sending you an email. Every time you visit one of our websites or applications, we urge you to read our policy.


8. Encryption and Security

We adhere to commonly recognized business practices to protect your personal information. No technique of electronic storage, mobile technology, or transmission via the internet is 100 percent safe. As a result, even while we make an effort to maintain physical, technical, and administrative measures to preserve the confidentiality of the information we collect online, we cannot provide total assurance of security. To prevent the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information in our custody, our service has put in place security measures. We encrypt information for such communications using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) standard.On secure servers, all service information is kept up to date. Multi-layered security controls, such as firewalls, role-based access controls, and passwords, guard against unauthorized access to stored data. You are in charge of keeping your password safe. Please tell us of the issue right away by sending an email to if you have any cause to suspect that your interaction with us is no longer safe (for instance, if you feel that the security of any account you may have with us has been compromised).


9. Please email GDE at if you have any questions or issues regarding this privacy statement or would like your personally identifiable information to be deleted from our records.

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