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Website User Privacy Policy

Last Updated and Effective: September 22, 2023

By using our website (  "Website", you acknowledge and agree to the terms of this Website Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to the terms of this Website Privacy Policy, please do not use our Website. If you do not understand, or if you have questions about this Website Privacy Policy, please contact us before using, or continuing to use, our Website.

Types of Personal Information We Collect

In this Website Privacy Policy, we use the term "personal information" to mean the directly and indirectly identifiable information we collect about you. The terminology of the applicable data protection law in your jurisdiction may use an equivalent term, like personal data, and we use personal information to mean the same thing.

Specific Pieces of Personal Information Collected. When you provide information directly to us via our website by making an inquiry through one of our forms, in one of our booths at an event where we are participating as a vendor, communicate with us in a web conference or telephone call, or reach out to one of our employees or representatives, we may collect one or all of the following directly identifiable pieces of personal information, depending on the manner in which you contacted us:

  • Name (first and last)

  • Business email

  • Phone number

  • Company name

  • Job title

  • Country and/or region

  • Contents of your message or communication

  • Cookie identifier

  • IP address

When we obtain your information from third parties to whom you provided your information, we collect the following pieces of personal information:

  • Name (first and last)

  • Business email

  • Phone number

  • Intent data that may be associated with the above contact information

You can visit and browse our website without providing directly identifiable information to us. When you browse our Website; however, we automatically collect certain indirectly identifiable information that is linked to your computer or device, such as your IP address, pixel tags and cookie identifiers, browser type, and timestamp. We use this information in the normal course of our business to administer our Website, and, in certain instances, to comply with applicable data protection law.

To learn more about how we process cookies or how you can opt out, review our Cookie Policy.

Categories of Personal Information Collected. The above-described personal information collected can be categorically described as follows:

  • Identifiers (indirectly identifiable or pseudonymous)

  • Contact information

  • Information related to the management of our business relationship

Legal Basis for Processing. For personal information subject to the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), we process personal information on the basis of consent provided either directly to us or obtained directly by our third-party source. If you have provided consent to the processing of your personal information, you can withdraw it at any time by following the opt-out instructions referenced herein. When we process your directly identifiable personal information, we do so as a controller.

How We Collect Personal Information

We seek to minimize the amount of directly identifiable personal information we collect from you and we only collect this information from you in the following limited ways:

1. Directly From You. We collect information directly from you when you request more information about our advertising services, Platform, or our company. We may also collect personal information from you if you attend a meeting hosted by Ocean Bridge Media. This may occur when you complete a form on our website, visit our booth at a conference or event, reach out to one of our sales representatives, or contact us in a similar manner.

2. Automated Collection. When you visit our website, we automatically collect certain indirectly identifiable information that is linked to your computer or device using pixel tags and first-party cookies.

  • Pixel tags are small bits of code that provide a method of delivering information on our webpage. They allow us to collect the IP addresses of the users on our page.

  • Cookies are small text files, stored on your browser, that uniquely identify your browser and provide information back to us. Many websites send cookies to browsers that are visiting their sites, and many browsers are initially configured to accept cookies. You can change the browser settings to refuse cookies or to alert you when a cookie has been placed on your browser. You can also view our Cookie Policy for more information.

3. Third Parties. We may collect personal information from other sources, such as the internet, our partners, or third parties with whom you've shared your information.


This Website Privacy Policy does not cover the practices of third parties.

How We Use Your Personal Information

We primarily use your personal information to provide, maintain, and improve our Website, but we may also use personal information to do any or all of the following:

  • Contact you regarding our products and services;

  • Provide you with marketing materials and other content or contact you regarding events, offers, and promotions;

  • Respond to your requests, communications, suggestions, comments, and inquiries (including your feedback about our Website);

  • Tailor or personalize your experience while visiting our Website, for example by enabling you to view and download information from our Website;

  • Administer our relationship with you, including creating and managing your Platform user account;

  • Analyze the accuracy and effectiveness of our Website;

  • Develop new products, features, and services, including those that analyze and understand our customers and their needs;

  • Ensure our systems and premises are secure;

  • Develop and manage relationships with our business partners;

  • Respond to legally binding requests from law enforcement, supervisory or regulatory authorities, or other third parties;

  • Defend, protect, or enforce our rights or applicable terms of service or to fulfill our legal or contractual obligations;

  • Manage any dispute and accidents, and take legal or other professional advice; or

  • For any other purpose with your consent.

How We Share Your Personal Information

We do not sell directly identifiable personal information collected via our Website, as the term sale, sell, or selling is defined in applicable data protection law. In the ordinary course of our business, we may share certain information with third parties to continue to improve our Website and service offerings as follows:

  • We may share your directly identifiable personal information with our sub-processors in order to facilitate the uses described herein.

  • We may share your contact information with our business and promotional partners to send you information by email, telephone, or other means about products and services you may like. You may opt out of receiving communications at any time by following the instructions in the promotional messaging you receive.

  • We may also transfer or assign personal information to third parties as a result of, or in connection with, a sale, merger, consolidation, change in control, transfer of assets, bankruptcy, reorganization, or liquidation.

  • If we are involved in defending a legal claim, we may disclose personal information about you that is relevant to the claim to third parties as a result of, or in connection with, the associated legal proceedings.

In the last 12 months, we may have shared certain categories of personal information, as listed and described in the Types Of Personal Information section listed herein above, with the following categories of third parties for the specified purposes:

  • Accountants and auditors: In connection with our business operations, we may provide information related to our clients that includes the company name and address along with the contact name (first and last), if known, to our external auditors and accountants.

  • Ocean Bridge Media entities: We may share any of our client information, including personal information, with and among the Ocean Bridge Media entities for the purpose of offering our programmatic advertising services.

  • Ocean Bridge Media subprocessors: Our subprocessors may have limited access to client information including IP address, business email, and other usage information for the purpose of supporting our programmatic advertising services and business operations.

Use of Artificial Intelligence "AI" in the Platform. We may use generative AI offered by third-party service providers to integrate with and enhance our service offerings. The providers of the generative AI may receive certain relevant data about you or from your Ocean Bridge Media account, depending on the nature and purpose of such integration.

Your Choices

We work with third parties who collect information on our Website, Services, and elsewhere through the use of cookies and similar methods in order to serve you with relevant advertisements on other services or to determine that you have seen advertisements on other services. This method of advertising is sometimes called "Interest-Based Advertising." To learn more about Interest-Based Advertising, your choices with respect to it, and to opt out of advertising programs that track your activities across multiple websites to deliver personalized advertising content to you, please visit:

International Transfers of Personal Information

Ocean Bridge Media is a global business headquartered in the United States. As such, it is necessary for us to transfer personal information abroad. We also transfer information to a number of companies who provide business application and marketing services to us. These providers are primarily located in the United States, but may also be located in other jurisdictions. Wherever we transfer personal information, we seek to ensure that it receives a materially similar degree of protection as provided in its country of origin.

Data Originating in the European Economic Area "EEA". Data originating in the EEA is subject to certain protections under the General Data Protection Regulation "GDPR" and individuals in the EEA are afforded additional privacy rights. The European Commission has the power to determine whether a country outside of the European Union "EU" offers an adequate level of data protection. This is referred to as an "adequacy decision". In certain cases, there may not be an adequacy decision by the European Commission and/or United Kingdom authorities with respect to a country to which we transfer your personal information. When transferring personal information from the EEA to a country without an adequacy decision, organizations are required to implement valid transfer mechanisms which may include binding corporate rules, approved codes of conduct, derogations for specific situations, and most commonly, the Standard Contractual Clauses (or any equivalent clauses approved by the authorities in the United Kingdom). You can find a copy of the Standard Contractual Clauses as approved by the European Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2021/914 of 4 June 2021 here.

Protection, Storage, and Retention of Personal Information

Protection of Personal Information. We've designed industry standard technical, organizational, and contractual measures to protect against the unauthorized access, disclosure, modification or destruction of the personal information we collect and process. While we are committed to ensuring the security of the information we collect and process, no protection measure can provide a 100% guarantee of security. Consequently, we do not warrant or guarantee the security of any information we collect or process. If you suspect an unauthorized use or security breach of your personal information, please contact us immediately at

Storage of Personal Information. Ocean Bridge Media may process and store personal information anywhere our servers are located. For more information about our servers and storage of personal information, please contact us through a method listed below.

Retention of Personal Information. Except as otherwise permitted or required by applicable law, we only retain your information for as long as necessary or relevant for the listed purposes in this Privacy Policy, including, for legal, regulatory, backup, archival, accounting, and/or audit purposes.

Your Regional Privacy Rights

If you have provided your information to us and would like to opt out of inclusion in our marketing or email campaigns, you can remove yourself by clicking "unsubscribe" at the bottom of an email we send you, or by contacting us using one of the methods listed below.

Depending on the country you are in, you may have rights in relation to the personal information we collect and process about you. If you make a privacy rights request to us, we will ask you a few questions to verify it is really you making the request. This may include asking for your contact information and your location of residence. We may also collect information related to your browser to verify your identity in connection with a request. We will respond to your request, subject to any applicable exceptions, within 30 days. If we need an extension, we will give you the reasons why.

To exercise your rights, contact us at or fill out this web form. Below are a few things to know before you make your request.

  • Only you, or a person who can legally represent you, may make these requests. If you use an authorized agent, you must provide the authorized agent written permission to do so, and we may require that you verify your identity directly with us. You may also make a request on behalf of your minor child.

  • The request must be in writing and include your contact information and describe your request with sufficient detail that allows us to properly understand and respond to it. In addition, you should provide sufficient information that allows us to reasonably verify that you are the person about whom we collected the personal information or an authorized representative.

  • We do not charge a fee to process or respond to individual rights requests unless it is excessive, repetitive, or manifestly unfounded. If we determine that the request warrants a fee, we will tell you why we made that decision and provide you with a cost estimate before completing your request.

Your privacy rights will vary depending on the country, province, state, or region in which you reside.

If you have any questions about our Website Privacy Policy, here's how you can get in touch:


Ocean Bridge Media Group, Inc.
2023 Armacost Avenue, Los Angeles, CA USA

Or fill out our Consumer Rights Web Form.

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