Privacy Policy

Privacy policies are a vital part of any website or company. They’re there to protect your personal information and keep you informed about how your data will be used. But even with all the important information on a privacy policy page, sometimes things can go wrong. In this blog post, we’ll explore some common mistakes that companies make with their privacy policies and what you can do to avoid them. ###

What is our Privacy Policy?

At Orbitz, we take the privacy of our users very seriously. Our Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, and share user information.

This policy applies to all aspects of our website and mobile applications, including but not limited to the way we collect information when you visit or use our website, register for a product or service, participate in surveys or contests or when you communicate with us. This policy also covers the ways we use cookies and other tracking technologies.

Orbitz takes commercially reasonable steps to protect your personal data from unauthorized access, use, alteration, destruction or unauthorized disclosure. However, no system is perfect and there are inevitably some occasions where user data may be inadvertently lost, stolen or accessed by unauthorized individuals. We work hard to address these incidents promptly and take appropriate action to prevent them from happening again.

How do we collect and use your personal information?

To better understand our needs for your personal information, we have put together a few questions that will help us get an idea of who you are.

1. What is your name?

2. What is the e-mail address you use on our website?

3. What is the mailing address you would like us to send products to?

4. Are you a resident of the United States or Canada?

5. Do you have children under the age of eighteen living with you? If so, what is their email address and name?

6. Do you have any allergies that we need to be aware of when collecting information about them such as ingredients in our products or cleaning chemicals used in our facilities?

7. Do you consent to receive marketing messages from us, either by email or direct mail? If so, please provide your email address and consent form(s) if available.

8. Have you ever had any problems with our website, contacted us about a problem, or given feedback on how we can improve our site or service? If so, please provide details regarding what happened and how we can improve things for future visitors/users.

9. Is there anything else that we should know in order to process your request appropriately?

How do we protect your information?

When you visit our website, we collect information that is necessary to provide you with the services you have requested. This includes your name, email address, and contact information. We also collect other information when you browse our site or interact with us, including browser type and version, operating system, unique device identifiers, referring/exit pages and URLs, and the time spent on our site

We use this data to provide a better service and understand how our visitors use our site We may also combine this data with data collected from other sources to improve our understanding of user behavior. We do not sell or rent this data to anyone.

We will occasionally send you emails about new features or changes to our website If you do not want to receive these emails, you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the link in the email or by contacting us using the contact information provided in the email.

If at any time you would like to see what personal data we hold about you please contact us using the contact details provided in your account settings. We will then be happy to clarify which data we hold about you and allow you access to it if desired.

What rights do you have with respect to your personal information?

Your right to privacy is a fundamental human right that you are entitled to regardless of where you are in the world. The law which protects your privacy varies from country to country, but the basic principle is always the same: you have the right to control how your personal information is used.

You have the right to know what personal information about you is being collected and why it is being collected.

You have the right to change or delete your personal information if it is inaccurate or if you no longer want it used for the purpose for which it was originally collected.

You have the right to receive notice if your personal information is being shared with a third party without your consent.

If you feel that your privacy has been violated, you have the right to file a complaint with your national data protection authority.

How can you change or remove your personal information from our records?

If you want to change or remove your personal information from our records, you can do so by emailing us at Please include your full name, mailing address, and the specific information you would like to have removed. We will respond promptly with instructions on how to make the changes.

What about security of my personal information?

When you create an account with a website, you are giving the website permission to store your information. This information can include your name, email address, and other personal information. Websites may also use this information to send you newsletters or other messages.

Some websites may also allow you to post comments or reviews. If you choose to do this, your comments and reviews are public and can be seen by anyone who visits the website

Some websites may also collect data about how you use their services. This data can include your browsing history, IP addresses, and other technical information.

Website operators can sometimes share data they collect about users with other companies or governments for purposes such as marketing or advertising. Websites that share user data may also charge users for access to their services.

It is important to remember that no website is completely immune from security breaches. In addition, some browsers (like Firefox) allow you to selectively disable cookies which could prevent some types of tracking by websites [source: Mozilla].


As the world becomes ever-more connected, it is important for businesses to have a privacy policy page that outlines their practices with regard to user data. This page should be prominently displayed and easily accessible to your customers so that they are fully aware of what information you collect and why. By implementing a privacy policy page, you can reassure your customers that their personal data will be treated respectfully and in line with your company’s policies. Thank you for reading!