EPA’s Own Scientist Says, “Fluoridation is the Greatest Case of Scientific FRAUD of This Century, if Not All Time!”

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The dangers of fluoride have been well known in the alternative health arena for decades but unfortunately the general public en masse has been basically indoctrinated into believing fluoride prevents cavities and is something good for them…

It’s been hard for anyone to oppose the propaganda given about fluoride. Many people who speak out against fluoride are losing their jobs and being ostracized by their colleagues. With this in mind, it is no wonder that more people aren’t speaking out. Currently, any doctor or dentist who opposes fluoridation would run the risk of losing their license to practice medicine or dentistry.

But more and more people are starting to speak out regardless of job security including the EPA’s own scientists! Bravo to these brave men who have listened to their conscience and can no longer participate in the great lie that is poisoning so many innocent people!

For over 60 years the subject of fluoride has been a big controversy. How fluoride got approved started back in the 1940’s with an aluminum company called ALCOA (aluminum company of America). This company was facing problems with toxic waste. One of the byproducts of aluminum manufacture is sodium fluoride.

Because of its toxicity, it must be disposed of in the highest rated waste disposal facility. This would be at a tremendous cost. In 1944, a long time ALCOA lawyer named Oscar Ewing was named the company’s chief counsel with fees in the then astronomical range of $750,000 a year. In 1947, Ewing was made Federal Security Agency Administrator, with the announcement that he was taking a big cut in salary.

The US Public Health Service, then a division of FSA, came under command of Ewing, and he began to vigorously promote fluoridation nationwide. Ewing’s public relations strategist for the fluoride campaign was the nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward L. Bernays. This was the man who literally wrote the book on propaganda….and I don’t mean figuratively. In 1928 Bernays published a book entitled: “Propaganda”, in which he describes how the human mind can be manipulated.

EPA's Own Scientist Says, "Fluoridation is the Greatest Case of Scientific FRAUD of This Century, if Not All Time!"

This book was recently republished in 2004. It is interesting to note that Bernays was also involved in the promotion of cigarettes. To this day it is not exactly clear how ALCOA garnered the support of the American Medical and Dental Association; however, there may have been other factors involved.

These factors may have involved the fact that mass quantities of fluoride were produced in the production of the atomic bomb. In fact the first litigation over the atomic bomb had nothing to do with radiation….it was fluoride poisoning that caused ill health. It was these factors that may have led to the need to put a friendlier face on fluoride.

It is also noteworthy that fluoridation began at the time of World War II. This was a time when aluminum production was being increased to provide for the production of airplanes and other military needs. It is theorized that this increased need for aluminum production may have paved the way for fluoride’s acceptance.

It is also interesting to note that prior to 1940 fluoride was considered a toxic element. In fact in 1939 the U.S. Public Health Service regulations state “the presence of fluorides in excess of 1ppm shall constitute rejection of the water supply”….yet when water fluoridation is instituted these days the levels are set at a minimum of 1ppm.

In fact, an article appearing in the Journal of American Medical Association on September 18, 1943 states, “fluorides are general protoplasmic poisons, changing the permeability of the cell membrane by inhibiting certain enzymes”.

In fact, before 1940, fluoride’s only approved use was as a rat and cockroach poison. In smaller doses, it was approved for use as a treatment for an overactive thyroid gland but this use was abandoned after many patients suffered destruction of their thyroid gland.

EPA's Own Scientist Says, "Fluoridation is the Greatest Case of Scientific FRAUD of This Century, if Not All Time!"

It is interesting to note that both fluoride and iodine are both members of a group of elements called halogens. If you recall your days back in high school chemistry class you may remember what is called the “rule of halogen displacement”. This means that any element of the halogen family with a lighter atomic weight will always displace another within the halogen group whose atomic weight is greater.

Fluoride has a lower atomic weight than that of iodine. It is also interesting to note that hypthyroidism (low thyroid) is currently at epidemic levels in the United States. Currently a drug called synthroid (synthetic thyroid hormone) is one of the top selling drugs in the US. Chlorine added to water is also a halogen. [1]

With a low functioning thyroid it is highly difficult if not impossible to lose weight. I see water flouridation and chloridation as major factors in the underlying causes of obesity and difficulties losing weight….although not the only factors. [2]

Prior to 1940, health officials were trying to remove excess fluoride from the water supplies. This is because high levels of fluoride were destroying the teeth. In the early 1940’s several studies had suggested that areas with a higher fluoride level had fewer cavities than areas with lower fluoride levels but this is said to be because the people living in these high fluoride areas had fewer teeth than those living in areas with low fluoride levels.

To say that fluoride can prevent tooth decay would be like saying that lethal doses of radiation can cure cancer. In fact, according to Health and Human Services data, at age 65 the average American has only four teeth left and that’s the same for blacks and whites.

In regard to fluoride the facts speak for themselves: that is the fact that most unfluoridated communities have excellent dental health.

The form of fluoride used to fluoridate drinking water is not the same as what naturally occurs in the drinking water. Naturally occuring fluoride is in a form called calcium fluoride, however, the type of fluoride added to the drinking water is either sodium fluoride (NaF’s) or more recently silicofluorides (SiF’s). The use of this type of fluoride that is usually referred to as SiF’s has been the subject of most controversy.

For one thing, SiF’s have not been thoroughly tested. And, moreover, SiF’s may be contaminated with heavy metals such as lead, arsenic or cadmium. The original tests used to determine fluoride’s safety were done using pharmaceutical grade sodium fluoride in distilled water.

No one ever considered the possibility or rather probability that fluoride could interact with othe elements in the water. For instance, there is very strong evidence that fluoride can interact with aluminum in the drinking water to form a compound called aluminum fluoride (AiF) A substance called Alum (aluminum sulfate) is often added to the drinking water as a clarifying agent.

Some studies have suggested that AiF can cause aluminum to cross the blood brain barrier more readily than aluminum, which is not easily absorbed in the body. [3, 4, 5]

Also using fluoridated water in aluminum cookware may cause aluminum to leach into the drinking water. Studies have shown that boiling fluoridated tap water in an aluminum pan leached almost 200 ppm of aluminum into the water in 10 minutes. Leaching of up to 600 ppm occurred with prolonged boiling. Different releases of aluminum depended upon the composition of the pan and the type of food being cooked. Using non-fluoridated water showed almost no leaching from the aluminum pans.

In 1998, a fluoride study published in Brain Research reported damage to rat kidneys and brain at very low doses. Rats were given 1 ppm fluoride in doubly distilled and de-ionized water for 52 weeks. In other words they were given the same levels as we get in fluoridated water, albeit without the other ions present in tap water.

One group was given aluminim fluoride (AiF3) and another sodium fluoride (NaF). In both cases amyloid deposits were found in the rat brains. Amyloid deposits are tangles in the brain and are associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Scientists do not know how they form. The rats in the control group did not have them. The authors of the study speculate that fluoride enables aluminum to cross the blood brain barrier.

Other factors may also influence how aluminum and fluoride interact. For instance, fluoride has a very strong affinity for calcium. This is witnessed in nature as virtually all naturally occurring fluoride is in the form of calcium fluoride. Therefore, the presence of calcium in the water may affect how much aluminum is affected by the presence of fluoride.

Sources of Fluoride

Aside from fluoridated drinking water, there are many other sources of fluoride in the environment. For example: tea, including green tea can contain a significant amount of fluoride. This may come as a surprise to some people, as there have been a plethora of advertisements touting the health benefits of tea consumption. What these advertisements fail to mention is that tea leaves have the potential to absorb fluoride from the soil. Of course this would depend on the fluoride content of the soil in which the tea leaves are grown.

Many studies touting health benefits have been done using the tea leaves that were grown in soil with low fluoride content. And many studies were done using the isolated compounds that give tea beneficial properties.

Another obvious source of fluoride is toothpaste and mouthwash. While we all know that toothpaste contains fluoride, what many people may not realize is that fluoride is absorbed sublingually into the body through the membranes in the mouth, especially under the tongue. Many drugs and even vitamins are made with instructions to put under the tongue for sublingual absorption.

Fluoride is basically a mineral element, or rather an anti-nutrient. Bottom line is that pretty much all commercial toothpaste and mouthwash is now fluoridated so you have to go to health food stores or online companies that make these products without fluoride. I personally make my own toothpaste from baking soda, coconut oil, and a few drops of hydrogen peroxide. You can also add a few drops of therapeutic grade essential oils for taste (vanilla, orange, lemon, peppermint etc.). This combination will actually whiten your teeth as well and is a completely safe way to whiten teeth as opposed to using highly poisonous chemical whiteners that get absorbed sublingually into the blood stream.

If the essential oil does not say 100% therapeutic grade or “for external use only” that means toxic chemicals have been used to extract the oil and do NOT put that into your mouth.

Fluoride atoms have a molecular size and weight that is very similar to water molecules. As a result, it may have a boiling point similar to water, Therefore, distillation and reverse osmosis are NOT effective at removing flouride but they are effective at stripping out all the necessary minerals needed both for health by the body and for the ionization process to occur with the Kangen Water machines or any type of ionizer or hexagonal water machine on the market.

When you strip out all the necessary minerals from the water you drink the body starts leaching the needed minerals out of the bones and teeth to give them to the blood so necessary body functions can occur. This can lead to osteoporosis and teeth issues….among many other undesirable health issues…. remember your body is approximately 70% water.

It should also be noted that most commercially prepared beverages are made with fluoridated water and most processed foods are also prepared with fluoridated water…just one more reason to avoid processed foods and commercial beverages.

Getting a whole house fluoride water filtration system is your best bet….and if that isn’t in the budget at least an undercounter unit for your main kitchen sink and a shower fluoride filter so you don’t absorb it through your skin and into the body while bathing.

Proponents of Fluoridation Are Switching Sides!

More and more pro-fluoridationists are becoming anti-fluoridationists.

For example: Dr. Hardy Limeback, B.Sc., Ph.D in Biochemistry, D.D.S., head of the Department of Preventive Dentistry for the University of Toronto, and president of the Canadian Association for Dental Research, has recently switched sides.

Apparently, after reviewing the evidence, he has had a change of heart. Dr. Limeback now warns against the use of fluoride. Dr. Limeback was quoted as saying,

In Canada we are now spending more money treating dental fluorosis than we do treating cavities. That includes my own practice.”

One of the most obvious living experiments today, Dr. Limeback believes, is a proof-positive comparison between any two Canadian cities. “Here in Toronto we’ve been fluoridating for 36 years yet Vancouver, which has never fluoridated, has a cavity rate lower than Toronto’s.”

Other experts are speaking out against fluoride. These include the EPA’s own scientists. Dr. William Marcus, an EPA senior science adviser and toxicologist stated in Food and Water Journal 1998, “Fluoride is a carcinogen by any stand we use. I believe the EPA should act immediately to protect the public, not just on the cancer data, but on the evidence of bone fractures, arthritis, mutagenicity and other effects.”

Dr. Marcus was fired as a result of this. He was later reinstated. Dr. Robert Carton, a scientist who spent 20 years working for the US Environmental Protection Agency said, “Fluoridation is the greatest case of scientific fraud of this century, if not all time!

Dr. Charles Gordon Heyd, Past President of the American Medical Association said, “I am appalled at the prospect of using water as a vehicle for drugs. Fluoride is a corrosive poison that will produce serious effects on a long term basis. Any attempt to use water this way is deplorable!”

Bone Health and Fluoride

As previously mentioned, fluoride has a strong affinity for calcium. It is this affinity that may account for its ability to cause bone disease. It is well known that high levels of fluoride can cause crippling skeletal fluorosis. Areas in India where the naturally occuring levels of fluoride are very high, the people suffer from serious bone deformities. In fact, fluoride is considered to be the leading cause of bone cancer.

Ironically, fluoride was once thought to be a treatment for osteoporosis. Women receiving fluoride had shown increased bone density, but they suffered the same amount of fractures as the controls. This indicates that fluoride builds weaker bones.

Fluoride and the Pineal Gland

Up until the 1990s, no research had ever been conducted to determine the impact of fluoride on the pineal gland – a small gland located between the two hemispheres of the brain that regulates the production of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that helps regulate the onset of puberty and helps protect the body from cell damage caused by free radicals.

It is now known – thanks to the meticulous research of Dr. Jennifer Luke from the University of Surrey in England – that the pineal gland is the primary target of fluoride accumulation within the body.

The soft tissue of the adult pineal gland contains more fluoride than any other soft tissue in the body – a level of fluoride (~300 ppm) is capable of inhibiting enzymes.

The pineal gland also contains hard tissue (hyroxyapatite crystals), and this hard tissue accumulates more fluoride (up to 21,000 ppm) than any other hard tissue in the body (e.g. teeth and bone).

After finding that the pineal gland is a major target for fluoride accumulation in humans, Dr. Luke conducted animal experiments to determine if the accumulated fluoride could impact the functioning ofthe gland – particularly the gland’s regulation of melatonin.

Luke found that animals treated with fluoride had lower levels of circulating melatonin, as reflected by reduced levels of melatonin metabolites in the animals’ urine. This reduced level of circulating melatonin was accompanied – as might be expected – by an earlier onset of puberty in the fluoride-treated female animals.

Luke summarized her human and animal findings as follows: “In conclusion, the human pineal gland contains the highest concentration of fluoride in the body. Fluoride is associated with depressed pineal melatonin synthesis by prepubertal gerbils and an accelerated onset of sexual maturation in the female gerbil. The results strengthen the hypothesis that the pineal has a role in the timing of the onset of puberty. Whether or not fluoride interferes with pineal function in humans requires further investigation.”

“The single animal study of pineal function indicates that fluoride exposure results in altered melatonin production and altered timing of sexual maturity. Whether fluoride affects pineal function in humans remains to be demonstrated. The two studies of menarcheal age in humans show the possibility of earlier menarche in some individuals exposed to fluoride, but no definitive statement can be made.

Recent information on the role of the pineal organ in humans suggests that any agent that affects pineal function could affect human health in a variety of ways, including effects on sexual maturation, calcium metabolism, parathyroid function, postmenopausal osteoporosis, cancer, and psychiatric disease.”

SOURCE: National Research Council. (2006). Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA’s Standards (http://www.fluoridealert.org/health/epa/nrc/index.html).

National Academies Press, Washington D.C. p221-22.

Online Papers Fluoride and the Pineal Gland:

FULL TEXT – html: Luke J. (2001). Fluoride deposition in the aged human pineal gland. /Caries Research/35:125-128.

http://www.icnr.com/jluke/fluoridedeposition.html

FULL TEXT- pdf: Luke J. (1997). PhD Thesis: The Effect of Fluoride on the Physiology of the Pineal Gland

http://fluoridealert.org/luke-1997.pdf (298 pages)

Not only does fluoride in the pineal gland cause physical issues in the body as summarized above but the pineal gland is our gateway to higher realms of consciousness and the portal to accessing the Divine…the bridge between spirit and matter, the gateway to the upper realms, the place of mergence with the Divine…the oneness…the ALL THAT IS.

The role of the Pineal gland has been the focus of study for many cultures throughout ages, The Pineal Gland has been referred to by Descartes as the “seat of the soul” and by Bataille as the “pineal-eye” and by the ancient Greeks as our connection to our realm of thought. The Ancient Egyptians and other cultures knew how to activate the Pineal Gland as part of the process of expanding consciousness.

The energetic role of the Pineal Gland is to provide the avenue through which we receive and connect with the higher energies of the Heavens and Divinity. It is our link into the higher vibrations and the Awakening of full consciousness.

With the global elite and their plans for world enslavement how vested do you think they are in keeping us from realizing and accessing our amazing power to create our own reality…our inherent divinity with all the same creative powers as God? If the pineal gland is calcified and shut down it’s easier to keep people unaware, helpless and controllable and not accessing their true power.

If everyone was in their power and truly creating the life they want instead of the bleak reality they are trying to keep us in their plans would be defeated. I truly believe this is the number one reason for the big push for fluoridation in water and dental products. [2]

References:

1. Mark Mayer (2008). Appendix 2 How Fluoride Got Approved pp.68-77 Calicification The Aging Factor www.Mayer-Health-Reports.com

2. My own personal opinion

3. Allain P, et al. (1996) Enhancement of aluminum digestive absorbtion by fluoride in rats. Research Communications in Molecular Pathology and Pharmacology 91 (2):225-31

4. Chase M. (1992). Rat studies link brain cell damage with aluminum and fluoride in water. Wall Street Journal October 28, 1992: B6

5. Strunecka A. Patocka J. (1999). Pharmacological and toxicological effects of aluminofluoride complexes. Fluoride 32: 230-242

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It is the policy of the ITMC to respond expeditiously to claims of intellectual property infringement. ITMC will promptly process and investigate notices of alleged infringement and will take appropriate actions under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") and other applicable intellectual property laws. Upon receipt of notices complying or substantially complying with the DMCA, the ITMC will act expeditiously to remove or disable access to any material claimed to be infringing or claimed to be the subject of infringing activity and will act expeditiously to remove or disable access to any reference or link to material or activity that is claimed to be infringing. The ITMC will terminate access for subscribers and account holders who are repeat infringers. Notices of claimed infringement should be directed to: contact@theitmc.com

Please put "Notice of Infringement" in the subject line of all such notifications. When ITMC removes or disables access to any material claimed to be infringing, ITMC may attempt to contact the user who has posted such material in order to give that user an opportunity to respond to the notification, although ITMC makes no promise to do so. Any and all counter notifications submitted by the user will be furnished to the complaining party. ITMC will give the complaining party an opportunity to seek judicial relief in accordance with the DMCA before ITMC replaces or restores access to any material as a result of any counter notification.

14. ARBITRATION, GOVERNING LAW AND FORUM FOR DISPUTES
Unless expressly stated to the contrary elsewhere within the WEBSITE, all legal issues arising from or related to the use of the WEBSITE shall be construed in accordance with, and all questions with respect thereto shall be determined by, the laws of Taiwan, R.O.C. applicable to contracts entered into and wholly to be performed within said state. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to these Terms and Conditions or any user's use of the WEBSITE shall be settled by binding arbitration in accordance with the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association. Any such controversy or claim shall be arbitrated on an individual basis, and shall not be consolidated in any arbitration with any claim or controversy of any other party. The arbitration shall be conducted in Taiwan, R.O.C., and judgment on the arbitration award may be entered into in any state or federal court in Taiwan, R.O.C. having jurisdiction thereof. Any party seeking temporary or preliminary injunctive relief may do so in any state or federal court in Taiwan, R.O.C. having jurisdiction thereof. Except as set forth above, the state and federal courts of Taiwan, R.O.C. shall be the exclusive forum and venue to resolve disputes arising out of or relating to these Terms and Conditions or any user's use of the WEBSITE. By using the WEBSITE and thereby agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, users consent to personal jurisdiction and venue in the state and federal courts in Taiwan, R.O.C. with respect to all such disputes.

15. CHANGES IN TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND CHANGES IN WEBSITE
The ITMC reserves the right to modify the WEBSITE from time to time, for any reason, and without notice, including the right to terminate the WEBSITE. The ITMC reserves the right to modify these Terms and Conditions from time to time, without notice. Please review these Terms and Conditions from time to time so you will be apprised of any changes.

16. MERGER
These Terms and Conditions constitute the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter contained herein and supersedes any other agreement, proposals and communications, written or oral, between ITMC's representations and you with respect to the subject matter hereof; except that any other terms and conditions located on any individual ITMC web site or in connection with the WEBSITE are incorporated herein by reference to the extent they do not conflict with these Terms and Conditions. To the extent that any other terms and conditions or terms of service conflict with these Terms and Conditions, those other provisions shall control with respect to the use of the particular web site and any information available on or through the web site or the respective content location at which those other provisions may be found.

17. NON-WAIVER AND SEPARABILITY
ITMC's failure to exercise any right or provision of these Terms and Conditions shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. If a court of competent jurisdiction holds any provision of these Terms and Conditions to be invalid, the parties nevertheless agree that the court should endeavor to give effect to the parties' intentions as reflected in the provision, and agree that the other provisions of these Terms and Conditions remain in full force and effect.

18. NO RESALE, ASSIGNMENT, OR SUBLICENSING
You agree not to resell, assign, sublicense, otherwise transfer, or delegate your rights or obligations under these Terms and Conditions without prior express written authorization of ITMC.

19. SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS
Without in any way limiting the prohibition on your resale, assignment, sublicensing, or other transfer of rights or obligations, these Terms and Conditions shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective heirs, successors, and assigns.

20. TERMINATION; SURVIVAL
These Terms and Conditions shall continue in effect for as long as you use the WEBSITE, unless specifically terminated earlier by ITMC. All provisions of these Terms and Conditions which impose obligations continuing in their nature shall survive termination of these Terms and Conditions.

21. COMMUNICATIONS WITH USERS
You consent to receive communications from ITMC concerning your use of the WEBSITE ("Communications"). The Communications may be those that ITMC is required to send to you by law concerning the WEBSITE ("Required Communications"). The Communications may also be those that ITMC sends to you for other reasons. You consent to receive Communications electronically. ITMC may provide these Communications to you by sending an email to the email address you provided or by posting the Communication on the ITMC. You also consent to receive Communications by telephone or by postal mail sent to the postal address you provided in connection with your account, if any. You may change the email or postal address to which ITMC sends Communications by visiting your account information page.

22. SUBMISSIONS OF IDEAS
The ITMC is always improving its WEBSITE and developing new features. If you have ideas regarding improvements or additions to the ITMC, we would like to hear them -- but any submission will be subject to these Terms and Conditions. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL ANY DISCLOSURE OF ANY IDEA OR RELATED MATERIALS TO ITMC BE SUBJECT TO ANY OBLIGATION OF CONFIDENTIALITY OR EXPECTATION OF COMPENSATION. BY SUBMITTING THE IDEA AND/OR ANY RELATED MATERIAL TO ITMC, YOU ARE WAIVING ANY AND ALL RIGHTS THAT YOU MAY HAVE IN THE IDEA OR ANY RELATED MATERIALS AND ARE REPRESENTING AND WARRANTING TO ITMC THAT THE IDEA AND/OR RELATED MATERIALS ARE WHOLLY ORIGINAL WITH YOU, THAT NO ONE ELSE HAS ANY RIGHTS IN THE IDEA AND/OR MATERIALS AND THAT ITMC IS FREE TO IMPLEMENT THE IDEA AND TO USE THE MATERIALS IF IT SO DESIRES, AS PROVIDED OR AS MODIFIED BY ITMC, WITHOUT OBTAINING PERMISSION OR LICENSE FROM ANY THIRD PARTY.

23. VIOLATIONS OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Should you violate these Terms and Conditions or any other rights of ITMC and the ITMC, ITMC reserves the right to pursue any and all legal and equitable remedies against you, including, without limitation, terminating any and all access and or user accounts on any and all of the ITMC web sites.

24. SUBMITTED CONTENT
You hereby agree that all content you submit to ITMC, via web forms, email to the editor, email to employees, phone calls, faces or other form of communication shall become the sole property of ITMC and may be used by ITMC in any way whatsoever, without limitation.

We hope your enjoyment of ITMC' WEBSITE will be enhanced by the application of these Terms and Conditions. It is our belief that your understanding of the guidelines we have set forth will allow the ITMC community to continue to be a place where each of us can prosper, grow, and enjoy ourselves within an open and non-threatening environment. Thank you for taking the time to read these Terms and Conditions and we hope you enjoy our WEBSITE.

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy statement is made by the ITMC ("ITMC", "we", "us" or "our") and is effective as of 25th May 2018. Here at ITMC.com, we are committed to you and to protecting your privacy rights. We are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") in relation to the collection, retention, use, and other processing of personal data that is obtained when EU data subjects visit and interact with the Site. We may use it to periodically inform you about changes on our Web Site and new products and services. We do not sell, trade or rent your personal information to any person or entity not authorized by or associated with us.

ITMC's Privacy Commitment

ITMC ask for only the least amount of information necessary, gathering only what we believe is essential for doing business, or for the specific transaction at hand. We let customers know the information we have on them and allow them to opt out of specific engagements.

The goal of this policy is to make explicit the information we gather on our customers and users, how we will use it, and how we will not. This policy is unfortunately longer than we would like, but we must unambiguously address all the relevant cases. We will try and keep the language simple and direct as much as possible.

Scope of this Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to the products and services provided by ITMC through these websites, our mobile applications, and applications posted by ITMC on ITMC' websites. This Privacy Policy does not apply to any of our websites, products or services that have a separate privacy policy.

This Privacy Policy is divided into two parts:

Part I – Information ITMC.com collects and controls

This part deals with how ITMC collects and uses information about website visitors, potential customers, users of ITMC's products and services, and others who contact ITMC through forms or email addresses published on or linked to our websites.

Part II – General

This part deals with topics that are relevant to other general topics such as ITMC's security commitments and how we will inform you when we change this Privacy Policy.

Part I – Information ITMC collects and controls

What information ITMC collects

We collect information about you only if we need the information for some legitimate purpose. ITMC will have information about you only if (a) you have provided the information yourself or (b) ITMC has automatically collected the information. Below we describe the various scenarios that fall under each of those three categories and the information collected in each one.

Information that you provide us

  1. Account signup: When you sign up for an account to access one or more of our services, we ask for information such as your name and email address to complete the account signup process. You may also be required to choose a unique username and a password for accessing the created account.
  2. Summit registrations and other form submissions: We record information that you submit when you (i) register for any event such as webinars or seminars, (ii) subscribe to our newsletter or any other mailing list, (iii) submit a form in order to download ebooks, whitepaper, or other materials, (iv) participate in contests or respond to surveys, or (v) submit a form to request customer support or to contact ITMC for any other purpose.
  3. Payment processing: When you buy something from us, we ask you to provide your name, contact information, and credit card information or other payment account information. When you submit your card information, we store the name and address of the cardholder, the expiry date and the last four digits of the credit card number. We do not store the actual credit card number. For quick processing of future payments, if you have given us your approval, we may store your credit card information or other payment information in an encrypted format in the secured servers of our Payment Gateway Service Providers.
  4. Testimonials: When you authorize us to post testimonials about our products and services on websites, we may include your name and other personal information in the testimonial. You will be given an opportunity to review and approve the testimonial before we post it. If you wish to update or delete your testimonial, you can contact us at contact@theitmc.com
  5. Interactions with ITMC: We may record, analyze and use your interactions with us, including email, telephone, and chat conversations with our sales and customer support professionals, for improving our interactions with you and other customers.

Information that we collect automatically

  1. Log files: Like most standard website servers, we use log files. This includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user's movement in the aggregate, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses, etc. are not linked to other personally identifiable information.
  2. Cookies and Other Similar Technologies: Technologies such as cookies or similar technologies are used by ITMC. These technologies are used in analyzing trends, administering the site, and to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole.

How We Use Cookies and Other Similar Technologies

To improve the user experience of our Site, ITMC may use the following "cookies".

Provider Purpose
Disqus To enable comment and discussion features on our website.
Vimeo To enable functionality with video features.
Facebook Connect To enable functionality with social media features.
Pinterest To enable functionality with social media features.
Twitter Button To enable functionality with social media features.
SteemIt To enable functionality with social media
Mewe To enable functionality with social media
Gab.ai To enable functionality with social media

Purposes for using information

In addition to the purposes mentioned above, we may use your information for the following purposes:

Your choice in information use

Opt out of non-essential electronic communications: You may opt out of receiving newsletters and other non-essential messages by using the 'unsubscribe' function included in all such messages. However, you will continue to receive notices and essential transactional emails.

Disable cookies: You can disable browser cookies before visiting our websites. However, if you do so, you may not be able to use certain features of the websites properly.

Optional information: You can always choose not to fill in non-mandatory fields when you submit any form linked to our websites.

Who we share your information with

We do not sell any personal information. We share your information only in the ways that are described in this Privacy Policy, and only with parties who adopt appropriate confidentiality and security measures.

Employees and independent contractors: Employees and independent contractors of all ITMC group entities have access to the information covered in Part I on a need-to-know basis. We require all employees and independent contractors of ITMC group entities to follow this Privacy Policy for personal information that we share with them.

Third-party service providers: We may need to share your personal information and aggregated or de-identified information with third-party service providers that we engage, such as marketing and advertising partners, event organizers, web analytics providers and payment processors. These service providers are authorized to use your personal information only as necessary to provide these services to us.

Your rights with respect to information we hold about you as a controller

If you are in the European Economic Area (EEA), you have the following rights with respect to information that ITMC holds about you. ITMC undertakes to provide you the same rights no matter where you choose to live.

Right to access: You have the right to access (and obtain a copy of, if required) the categories of personal information that we hold about you, including the information's source, purpose and period of processing, and the persons to whom the information is shared

Right to rectification: You have the right to update the information we hold about you or to rectify any inaccuracies. Based on the purpose for which we use your information, you can instruct us to add supplemental information about you in our database.

Right to erasure: You have the right to request that we delete your personal information in certain circumstances, such as when it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was originally collected.

Right to restriction of processing: You may also have the right to request to restrict the use of your information in certain circumstances, such as when you have objected to our use of your data but we need to verify whether we have overriding legitimate grounds to use it.

Right to data portability: You have the right to transfer your information to a third party in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, in circumstances where the information is processed with your consent or by automated means.

Right to object: You have the right to object to the use of your information in certain circumstances, such as the use of your personal information for direct marketing.

Right to complain: You have the right to complain to the appropriate supervisory authority if you have any grievance against the way we collect, use or share your information. This right may not be available to you if there is no supervisory authority dealing with data protection in your country.

Retention of information

We retain your personal information for as long as it is required for the purposes stated in this Privacy Policy. Sometimes, we may retain your information for longer periods as permitted or required by law, such as to maintain suppression lists, prevent abuse, if required in connection with a legal claim or proceeding, to enforce our agreements, for tax, accounting, or to comply with other legal obligations. When we no longer have a legitimate need to process your information, we will delete or anonymize your information from our active databases. We will also securely store the information and isolate it from further processing on backup discs until deletion is possible.

Part II – General

Children's personal information

Our products and services are not directed to individuals under 13. ITMC does not knowingly collect personal information from children who are under 13 years of age. If we become aware that a child under 13 has provided us with personal information, we will take steps to delete such information. If you believe that a child under 13 years has provided personal information to us, please write to contact@theitmc.com with the details, and we will take the necessary steps to delete the information we hold about that child.

How secure is your information

At ITMC, we take data security very seriously. We have taken steps to implement appropriate administrative, technical & physical safeguards to prevent unauthorized access, use, modification, disclosure or destruction of the information you entrust to us. If you have any concerns regarding the security of your data, we encourage you to write to us at reply@ITMC.com with any questions.

Locations and international transfers

By accessing or using our products and services or otherwise providing personal information or service data to us, you consent to the processing, transfer, and storage of your personal information or Service Data within the United States of America, the European Economic Area (EEA) and other countries where ITMC operates. Such transfer is subject to a group company agreement that is based on EU Commission's Model Contractual Clauses.

External links on our websites

Some pages of our websites may contain links to websites that are not linked to this Privacy Policy. If you submit your personal information to any of these third-party sites, your personal information is governed by their privacy policies. As a safety measure, we recommend that you not share any personal information with these third parties unless you've checked their privacy policies and assured yourself of their privacy practices.

Blogs and forums

We offer publicly accessible blogs and forums on our websites. Please be aware that any information you provide on these blogs and forums may be used to contact you with unsolicited messages. We urge you to be cautious in disclosing personal information in our blogs and forums. ITMC is not responsible for the personal information you elect to disclose publicly. Your posts and certain profile information may remain even after you terminate your account with ITMC. To request the removal of your information from our blogs and forums, you can contact us at contact@theitmc.com

Social media widgets

Our websites include social media widgets such as Twitter "tweet" buttons that let you share articles and other information. These widgets may collect information such as your IP address and the pages you navigate in the website, and may set a cookie to enable the widgets to function properly. Your interactions with these widgets are governed by the privacy policies of the companies providing them.

Disclosures in compliance with legal obligations

We may be required by law to preserve or disclose your personal information and service data to comply with any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request, including to meet national security requirements.

Enforcement of our rights

We may disclose personal information and service data to a third party if we believe that such disclosure is necessary for preventing fraud, investigating any suspected illegal activity, enforcing our agreements or policies, or protecting the safety of our users.

Compliance with this Privacy Policy

We make every effort, including periodic reviews, to ensure that personal information you provide is used in conformity with this Privacy Policy. If you have any concerns about our adherence to this Privacy Policy or the manner in which your personal information is used, kindly write to us contact@theitmc.com We'll contact you, and if required, coordinate with the appropriate regulatory authorities to effectively address your concerns.

Your consent

By using our Web Site, you consent to the collection and use of information by us as set forth in this privacy statement. We reserve the right to modify, alter or otherwise update our privacy policy, and we will post those changes on this page so that you will always be aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what limited circumstances we disclose it. Continued access or use of the Web Site shall constitute your express acceptance of any modifications, alterations or updates to this privacy statement. However, please note that unless we obtain your express consent, any revised Privacy Policy will apply only to information collected after such time as the revised Privacy Policy takes effect. If at any point we decide to use Personally Identifiable Information in a manner different from that stated at the time it was collected, we will notify you by way of email and you will then have a choice whether or not we can use such information in this different manner. If you are concerned about how your personal information is used, you should check back at Privacy Policy periodically.

Contact Information

If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy, please contact us at contact@theitmc.com.

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