MOCA Systems Inc – Privacy Policy

MOCA Systems Inc. (referred to as ‘MOCA’) is the owner and operator of the website: (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Site’). The term ‘Service’ collectively encompasses the Site, the services provided on the Site, any mobile applications offered by MOCA (if applicable) (referred to as ‘Mobile Apps’), and all updates, modifications, enhancements and improvements to the aforementioned. This policy elucidates MOCA’s practices concerning the collection, utilization, and dissemination of information obtained from users of the Service. Any capitalized terms used herein without explicit definition hold the same meanings as defined in the Terms of Service applicable to the Service. These terms are accessible at: Terms of Service

1. Information Collected.

At MOCA Systems Inc., we prioritize transparency and value your privacy. To provide you with a seamless and personalized experience, we collect various types of information when you engage with our services. This information is essential for enhancing the functionality of our platform, ensuring a secure environment, and customizing your interactions. Below, we outline the specific types of information we collect to offer you a clear understanding of our practices:

a. User Content:

User Content encompasses any information, material, or data willingly provided by users through our services. This includes, but is not limited to, text, images, videos, and comments. This content is essential for delivering personalized services, facilitating User interactions, and enhancing the overall functionality of our platform.

b. Traffic Data:

Traffic Data refers to general information automatically collected when you access our Site or use our Mobile Apps. This includes the time, date, and the source website address. This data is aggregated and anonymized to analyze usage patterns, improve service quality, and maintain the security of our platform.

c. Registration Data:

Registration Data consists of the information required during the registration process. This includes your name, company name, username, password, legitimate email address, and additional details necessary for creating a personalized and secure user account.

d. Location Information (Mobile Apps):

For Users of our Mobile Apps, location information may be collected and utilized to enhance your experience in connection with the use of our Services. This information is considered as part of Traffic Data and is subject to the same Privacy Policies.

e. Demographic Data and Profile Data:

Demographic and Profile Data refers to specific information about your usage, such as age, gender, preferences, and frequency or duration of use. This data helps us tailor our services and content to align with your preferences, providing a more personalized experience.

f. Billing Information (if applicable):

If you choose to use fee-based services, we may request credit card numbers and billing information. This information is securely processed for transaction purposes, ensuring a seamless and secure payment experience.

g. Names and Email Addresses (Owner of MOCA account):

Account owners may be asked to provide names and email addresses of individuals for whom access to the account is desired. This ensures proper authorization and facilitates seamless collaboration within our platform.

2. EU Residents.

If you are a resident of the European Union (“EU”), United Kingdom, Lichtenstein, Norway, or Iceland, your rights regarding the processing of Personal Data are subject to   the EU General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”) These additional rights are outlined in section titled “Additional Rights for EU Residents”.

3. Minor Privacy Protection.

We expressly state that our Services are not intended for individuals under the age of 18. We will not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from any person under the age of 18. In the event that we become aware that a person under the age of 18 has provided personally identifiable information, we will take prompt and appropriate steps to remove such information from our records and terminate the associated account.

Parents or legal guardians who believe that their child has provided us with personal information without their consent should contact us promptly for the removal of such information. We are committed to protecting the privacy of minors and complying with applicable laws regarding children’s online privacy.

For any inquiries or concerns related to the privacy of minors, please contact us using the contact details below in Section 12.

4. Use of Information.

MOCA uses Traffic Data to help diagnose problems with its web servers, to administer the Service and to analyze User trends and behaviors. MOCA may share Traffic Data with specific third parties to facilitate technical and customer support. In addition, MOCA will share aggregated User information and Traffic Data with specific third parties, including but not limited to: advertisers, investors and content distributors. Except as set forth below, at no time will any personally identifiable information be shared with any third party by MOCA. Your IP address is not directly associated with personally identifiable information, it is utilized to collect broad demographic data and monitor statistics aimed at enhancing the Service. MOCA employs Registration Data to communicate essential information about the Service and to address inquiries from Users.  User Content is utilized to provide the Service, such as sharing it with authorized Users.) Additionally, User Content is analyzed in an anonymous, aggregated form to understand usage patterns and customize the Service and content. MOCA may use and disclose such aggregated, anonymous measures to advertisers, partners, and other third parties as part of its business operations.  

5. Sharing of Personally Identifiable Information.

MOCA currently does not share personally identifiable information with any third party for commercial purposes that are unrelated to the Service. However, MOCA may disclose such information if (1) it is reasonably necessary to perform the Service, (2) authorized by you, the User (3) permitted under this Privacy Policy or (4) MOCA is required to do so by law or regulation, or when acting in good faith under the belief that such action is necessary (i) to conform or comply with any legal, regulatory, law enforcement or similar requirement or investigation, (ii) to protect or defend the rights or property of MOCA or any other User or (iii) to enforce the Terms of Service.

By utilizing our Services, you acknowledge and agree to these disclosure practices. MOCA remains committed to transparency and will promptly communicate any changes to these practices through appropriate channels.

6. Business Transfers.

MOCA reserves the right to transfer Traffic Data, Registration Data (including personally identifiable information) and User Content to any successor inheriting all or substantially all of its business or assets related to the Service. In the event of such a transfer, the designated successor shall assume all rights and obligations outlined in this Privacy Policy, as specified herein.  Such transfers are conducted in adherence to applicable data protection laws and regulations. MOCA ensures that the successor maintains the same standards of privacy and security for User Data.

By continuing to use the Service, you acknowledge and agree to the potential transfer of your data in accordance with this provision.

7. Security.

7.1 Data Security Measures:

Information collected by MOCA is stored in secure operating environments inaccessible to the general public. While MOCA implements robust security measures, it is important to acknowledge that no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be completely secure.

7.2 User Responsibility:

As a User, you acknowledge and accept that the security of any information you provide to MOCA is not guaranteed to be 100% secure. Consequently, you voluntarily assume any associated risks.

7.3 Security Efforts by MOCA:

Upon receipt of your transmission, MOCA diligently employs reasonable efforts to ensure the security of the information within MOCA’s systems. These efforts include ongoing monitoring, maintenance, and enhancements to safeguard the integrity and confidentiality of User Data.

By continuing to use the Service, you affirm your understanding of and consent to the security practices outlined in this section.

8. Third Party Sites and Mobile Applications.

The Service may facilitate your access to other websites on the Internet, and conversely, other websites and mobile applications may contain links to the Service. It is important to note that these external websites and mobile applications are not within MOCA’s control.

While using the Service, we advise users to exercise caution and proactively review the privacy policies of external websites and mobile applications. Given that MOCA does not govern the privacy practices of these third-party entities, it is essential for users to familiarize themselves with their respective policies. Your interactions with external sites and applications are subject to their terms, and we recommend a thorough review before engaging with them. By continuing to use the Service, you acknowledge the importance of informed discretion when navigating external links; you acknowledge and agree that MOCA is not liable for the practices or content of third-party websites and mobile applications linked to or from the Site.

9. IP Addresses and Cookies.

MOCA utilizes your IP address for the purpose of diagnosing problems with its web servers and administering the Site. Additionally, your IP address aids in identifying you and gathering demographic information. IP addresses are instrumental in establishing an audit trail for Service usage.

9.2 Cookies:

Cookies, as utilized by MOCA, are pieces of information transferred to your computer’s hard disk for record-keeping purposes. It’s important to note that Cookies, in and of themselves, do not personally identify users; however, they do identify a user’s computer. Users may have the option to configure their web browser settings to refuse Cookies, potentially impacting their ability to access and use the Service.

9.3 Third-Party Cookies and Advertising:

Third parties involved in advertising using the Service (if applicable) may employ Cookies to collect and store information. It is crucial to acknowledge that MOCA does not have access to or control over the use of Cookies by third-party advertisers.

9.4 User Options and Opt-Out:

Users may have the option to refuse Cookies by adjusting their web browser settings. It’s important to recognize that this choice may impact the user’s ability to fully access and utilize the Service. Third-party advertisers’ use of Cookies may be subject to opt-out options provided by organizations such as the Network Advertising Initiative ( and/or PrivacyChoice (

By continuing to use the Service, users acknowledge and accept MOCA’s use of IP addresses and Cookies as outlined in this section. It is recommended to review our Cookie Policy for a comprehensive understanding of our practices related to Cookies and User options.

10. Termination.

10.1 User Content Retention:

In the event that you terminate your registration or if MOCA terminates your registration for any reason, it is important to note that copies of your User Content may persist on MOCA’s systems.

10.2 Continuing Use of Information:

MOCA retains the right to continue using the information, including User Content, even after the termination of your registration. Such usage is subject to the provisions outlined in this Privacy Policy. This may include, but is not limited to, the analysis of aggregated and anonymized data for improving the Service and complying with legal obligations.

By utilizing the Service, you acknowledge and agree to the terms regarding the retention and usage of User Content post-termination as specified in this section. It is recommended to review our Data Retention Policy for further details on how user data is managed and retained.

11. Changes.

MOCA reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to modify or replace this Privacy Policy, in whole or in part, at any time. MOCA is committed to using reasonable efforts to notify you of any material change at least 30 days in advance of the effective date of any change. Notifications of changes may be conveyed through postings at the Site or via electronic mail.  It is advised that you periodically review the Privacy Policy for any updates. Your continued use of the Service following notice of any change to the Privacy Policy constitutes your acceptance of those changes. Please be aware that information collected by the Service is governed by the Privacy Policy in effect at the time of use.

If you wish to correct or modify your Registration Data, you may do so by contacting MOCA using the contact details provided below, in Section 12.

By continuing to use the Service, you acknowledge and agree to the terms outlined in this Privacy Policy and any subsequent changes thereof.

12. Contact. 

If you have questions about the Service or these Terms of Use, you may contact MOCA here or

MOCA Systems, Inc., 50 Congress St., Ste. 630, Boston, MA 02109.