Privacy Policy

We treat the privacy of our clients seriously. In order to prevent unauthorized access to personal data we work with strict security procedures and the use of firewalls and certificates that encrypt data traffic between your computer and America Today. System operators within America Today are the only ones that are granted access to these data, and only to execute specified tasks.
Any changes in our privacy policy will be published on this web page. Therefore we strongly advice you to reread this page with every new visit, to stay informed of how we collect and use your personal information.

Signing up for our website, for a newsletter, contest or enquiry requires entering personal data like name, e-mail and address.
America Today saves this information, but will only use them for the following activities:
– to provide and (when relevant) invoice our services;
– to send out information about our products ;
– to provide information to third parties in order to comply with applicable laws and lawful government requests.
Furthermore, we register specific computer data (e.g. IP-addresses) for safety and protection purposes of our website and to generate website statistics.

Anyone has the right to know what personal data are stored in our database. If these data appear to be wrong, irrelevant or unnecessary, you may ask us to delete them. If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please send us an e-mail at