Privacy is the ability of an individual or group to stop information
about themselves from becoming known to people other than those whom
they choose to give the information. Privacy is sometimes related to
anonymity although it is often most highly valued by people who are
publicly known. Privacy can be seen as an aspect of security, one in
which trade-offs between the interests of one group and another can
become particularly clear.
The right against unsanctioned intrusion of privacy by the
government, corporations or individuals is part of many countries'
laws, and in some cases, constitutions or privacy laws. Almost all
countries have laws which in some way limit privacy, for example
taxation normally requires passing on information about earnings. In
some countries individual privacy may conflict with freedom of
speech laws and some laws may require public disclosure of
information which would be considered private in other countries and
Privacy may be voluntarily sacrificed, normally in exchange for
perceived benefits, but often with little benefit and very often
with specific dangers and losses. An example of voluntary sacrifice
is entering a competition; a person gives personal details (often
for advertising purposes), so they have a chance of winning a prize.
Another example is where information voluntarily shared is later
stolen or misused such as in identity theft.
Here at Cool Eco Cars your privacy is very important to us, and you
can rest assured that we will never divulge any information of any
kind that is considered private by you. This means that we will
never rent, trade, or sell any of our clients personal data. Thank
you for visiting Cool Eco Cars.