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AVG, GDPR
Posted by: May 25 2018
AVG, GDPR
Dear all, We are mailing you as you are previously by default signed up for our blog notifications. We would love to stay in touch and keep you updated about future opportunities! Probably you have received the last weeks many e-mails about the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) that comes into force today, May 25, 2018. We are pleased that the EU & US is taking action to protect the privacy of all citizens. To comply with GDPR, we need you to confirm that you would like to keep receiving our blog notifications. By re-confirming your blog subscription you need to tick again to the ‘receive blog notifications’ on your profile page. If you don't want to receive our blog notifications anymore, pleasy un-tick. Below you can find our new privacy police. Next week our new WhatsOrb-Site wil go live. The WhatsOrb-Site will offer you more features, a different lay-out and more call to action buttons. If you you have any remarks, please tell us. We hope you like it! Let’s stay in contact, The WhatsOrb-Team   Framework of the privacy shield Entities collecting personal data Collecting personal information Update your personal data and privacy preferences How your personal information is used Sharing information with service providers Storage of data Select / unsubscribe Protect your personal information Cookie and tracking technologies Changes to the privacy policy Links to third party sites Widgets for social media Single sign-on Children Privacy complaints Last updated on May 25, 2018. This privacy statement describes how WhatsOrb handles personal information and respects your privacy. This policy may be adjusted from time to time. We therefore ask visitors and users of our site(s) to review our privacy policy regularly. All personal information (defined as all information identifying the person to whom the information relates or can be used to identify, locate or contact him/her) that we collect and store is subject to this privacy policy, which is changed from time to time. For more information about updating your data and preferences, see the Update your personal information and privacy preferences section. When we talk about WhatsOrb, we mean the WhatsOrb entity acting as the administrator or processor of your information, as explained in more detail in the Entities collecting personal data section below. Framework of the privacy shield WhatsOrb participates and declares to adhere to the EU-US privacy shield and the Swiss-American privacy shield. WhatsOrb makes every effort to subject all personal data obtained from Member States of the European Union (EU) and Switzerland, respectively, to the applicable principles of the privacy shield, relying on the framework of the privacy shield. If you want to know more about the framework of the privacy shield, check out the Privacy shield list https://www.privacyshield.gov/list. WhatsOrb is responsible for the processing of the personal data received in the context of the privacy shield and then transferred to a third party, acting on behalf of WhatsOrb. WhatsOrb adheres to the principles of the privacy shield for all transfers of personal data of the EU and Switzerland, including the transfer of liability provisions. With regard to the personal data that is received or transferred in accordance with the framework of the privacy shield, WhatsOrb is subject to the regulatory enforcement powers The EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. In certain situations, WhatsOrb may be required to disclose personal information to respond to a legal request, such as compliance with national security or law enforcement requirements. If you have a privacy or data usage issue that we have not addressed to your satisfaction, you can contact the US Independent Dispute Resolution (free) at https://feedback-form.truste.com/watchdog/request. Under certain circumstances, which are described in detail on the website of the privacy shield (https://www.privacyshield.gov/article?id=How-to-Submit-a-Complaint), you may be entitled to submit binding arbitration in when all other dispute resolution procedures are exhausted. Entities collecting personal data WhatsOrb consists of 2 legal entities. This privacy statement has been issued on behalf of WhatsOrb, so when we mention 'WhatsOrb', 'we', 'us' or 'our' in this privacy statement, we mean the relevant company within the WhatsOrb that is responsible for processing your data. The applicable terms of service or license agreement that you have signed with WhatsOrb determine which WhatsOrb company is the administrator of your data. Personal information on this website is collected by WhatsOrb, Neutronweg 55A, 5342 AH, Utrecht, the Netherlands. Telephone: 0031- (0) 302475060 We have appointed a data protection officer (DPO) for WhatsOrb who is responsible for overseeing questions related to this privacy statement. If you have questions, concerns or requests regarding this privacy statement, how we treat your personal information or any other matter related to personal information, please contact our DPO: WhatsOrb, www.whatsorb.com, info@whatsorb.com Collecting personal information As a visitor to the WhatsOrb-Site(s), you can participate in various activities without providing personal information. However, if you register to use a WhatsOrb site as a WhatsOrb subscriber and upload content, we may collect the following personal information about you in order to provide you with these services: contact details such as your name, telephone, address and e-mail address billing information such as the number, the expiry date, and the billing address of  your credit card (Pro-Page, advertising) demographic data such as your job title, job description, company name and company type profile information, including your username and password and details about your  purchases (affiliate). If you want to add content to WhatsOrb for the WhatsOrb-Pro-Page, you may be asked to provide the following information: contact details such as your name, telephone number, main place of address and  mail address. WhatsOrb can verify this information by asking you to either upload a scan of an dentity card issued by a government agency (which will be stored securely on our thirt party server(s)) or a credit card number. Your credit card number will only be used to verify your name and address. The credit card number is not saved. Payment and contributor information, including but not limited to payout method, payout e-mail, desired username, main topic and information about your experience level. Depending on the activity, certain information we request from you is referred to as mandatory and others as optional. If you do not enter the mandatory data for a specific activity, you cannot participate in this activity. As with most websites, WhatsOrb or sub-processors of third parties authorized by WhatsOrb may collect certain technical and routing information about your computer when you use the website to facilitate your use of the website and related services. For example, it may be that we keep environmental variables such as browser type, operating system, CPU speed and the internet protocol address (IP address) of your computer. We use these environment variables to view and simplify the way you use the site and associated services. WhatsOrb also uses environment variables to measure traffic patterns on the website. To gain a better understanding of the needs of our visitors, we may occasionally link such information to your personal information. To limit errors in our database, to validate our users, and to prevent abuse of our system, we may occasionally supplement the personal data you have entered with information from third parties. For example, we may supplement your contact details with address data provided by external mail organizations to qualify your information and prevent errors in our database. We may supplement the information we collect from you directly with information stored in third-party databases, such as demographic data or company information, to increase the likelihood that any promotional material that we send to you is relevant and interesting to you . When you download and use our future mobile app, we automatically collect information about the type of device you are using and the version of the operating system. At no time do we ask for, gain access to, or track location-based information from your mobile device when you download or use our mobile apps or services. Update your personal data and privacy preferences   Upon request, WhatsOrb will provide you with information about whether we have any of your personal information collected, stored or processing on behalf of a third party. Please contact us via info@whatsorb.com if you want to request this information. You have the right to view, correct or delete your personal data and privacy preferences at any time. You can do this by clicking on the link My account, after which you can view and change most of your personal data immediately. Contributors can change their profile here. For security reasons, certain personal data can only be changed by contacting the support. We try to respond to your request within a reasonable time. How your personal information is used WhatsOrb collects your data in order to offer you services, comply with our legal obligations and improve our products and services. Your personally identifiable information is not shared with or sold or rented to third parties in any other way than described in this privacy policy. WhatsOrb can use this information for the following: process your financial transactions send you confirmations for registration or renewal if necessary, register your right to technical support or other benefits available to registered users to respond to requests, questions and problems manage your account send you information requested by you to keep you informed about special offers and services from WhatsOrb manage promotions and sweepstakes in which you participate and inform you of the results to investigate, prevent or punish illegal activities and or violations of our terms of service to meet our needs with regard to research and product/service development and to improve our website, services and supply personalize your experience, such as the targeted provision of our services to you. We keep information that we collect through cookies, log files, transparent images and/or third-party sources to summarize your preferences. We associate your personally identifiable information and / or your use history as member of information in the summary to provide customized promotions and marketing offers, to improve the content of the site for you and / or to determine your preferences. In certain situations, WhatsOrb may be required to disclose personal information in response to a justified request from public authorities, inter alia to meet the requirements of national security or law enforcement. If required by law (eg to comply with a subpoena, warrant, court order or legal proceedings against WhatsOrb) and when we believe that release is necessary to protect our rights, to avoid a lawsuit, to protect your security or that of others protect, investigate fraud and/or respond to a request from the government. We may also release information about you if we determine that such release is necessary for national security, law enforcement, or other matters of general interest. Sharing information with service providers WhatsOrb uses one or more external companies specialized in credit card processing to send you invoices for the use of our services (Pro-page, affiliate). As far as we know, no personally identifiable information is stored, shared or stored with these companies for other purposes. We also share personal information with certain companies that provide services on our behalf. We only share the personal information that is necessary for them to provide these services. We require every company with whom we may share this personal information, protect it in a manner consistent with this policy and limit the use of such personal information to the performance or services for WhatsOrb. Personal information is not resold by us or otherwise provided to other companies for the marketing of their own products or services. Storage of data We keep your information (by a third party) as long as your account is active, your information is required to provide you with services or this is required to comply with our legal obligations. If you wish to delete your account or if you request that we no longer use your information to offer you services, please contact us at info@whatsorb.com. We try to respond to your request within 30 days. We keep your information and use it if necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes and impose our agreements. Select/unsubscribe You can choose not to receive e-mail updates and newsletters from WhatsOrb by clicking on "My Account" on the site and making the appropriate selections. The decision to opt out of such communication is also generally available during the registration process. WhatsOrb will still contact you in the event of changes to the general conditions or to the general terms and conditions of affiliations, as applicable. In addition, we still send you service-related announcements, including but not limited to a registration e-mail, e-mails that are sent automatically as a result of actions you undertake on the site and communication related to accounts. Generally, you cannot opt ​​out of this type of communication that is not promotion-oriented. If you do not wish to receive them, you have the option to deactivate your account. If you use our future mobile app from WhatsOrb, we may send you push notifications from time to time to keep you informed of events or promotions that we organize. If you no longer wish to receive these types of communications, you can disable them at the device level. Protection of your personal data The personal information you provide in connection with the use of the site is protected in several ways. Your access to your account profile is available through a password and unique user name that you have selected. The password is encrypted. Use a strong, alphanumeric password and do not tell anyone. Your personal data is stored on secure servers that only a select number of WhatsOrb contractors have access to via a password. Your personal information is encrypted when it is provided to WhatsOrb. When you enter sensitive information (such as a credit card number) into our registration or service forms, we encrypt this information with transport layer security technology. Storage of data We keep your information as long as your account is active, your information is required to provide you with services or this is required to comply with our legal obligations. If you wish to delete your account or if you request that we no longer use your information to offer you services, please contact us at info@whatsorb.com. We try to respond to your request within 30 days. We keep your information and use it if necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes and impose our agreements. Select / unsubscribe You can choose not to receive e-mail updates and newsletters from WhatsOrb by clicking on "My Account" on the site and making the appropriate selections. The decision to opt out of such communication is also generally available during the registration process. WhatsOrb will still contact you in the event of changes to the general conditions or to the general terms and conditions of affiliations, as applicable. In addition, we still send you service-related announcements, including but not limited to a registration e-mail, e-mails that are sent automatically as a result of actions you undertake on the site and communication related to accounts. Generally, you cannot opt ​​out of this type of communication that is not promotion-oriented. If you do not wish to receive them, you have the option to deactivate your account. If you use a future mobile app from WhatsOrb, we may send you push notifications from time to time to keep you informed of events or promotions that we organize. If you no longer wish to receive these types of communications, you can disable them at the device level. Protection of your personal data The personal information you provide in connection with the use of the site is protected in several ways. Your access to your account profile is available through a password and unique user name that you have selected. The password is encrypted. Use a strong, alphanumeric password and do not tell anyone. Your personal data is stored on secure servers that only a select number of WhatsOrb contractors have access to via a password. Your personal information is encrypted when it is provided to WhatsOrb. When you enter sensitive information (such as a credit card number) into our registration or service forms, we encrypt this information with transport layer security technology. We strive to protect the personal information that is provided to us. We do this both during the provision of the data and after it has been received. However, no method of transferring information via the internet or storing it electronically is 100% secure. While we take into account the sensitivity of the personal information we collect, process and store, and with the current state of technology to use these measures to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee absolute security. If you have questions about security on our websites, you can contact us at the following e-mail address: info@whatsorb.com. Cookie and tracking technologies The site can automatically collect information when you browse, such as Internet service provider, browser type and version, operating system and device type, average time spent on our site (s), visited pages, the information you have obtained, the internet protocol address ( IP address) used to connect your computer to the Internet and other relevant data. Such information is also called a web analysis or clickstream data. We can combine this automatically collected log information with other information we collect about you. We do this to improve our services offered, to improve our marketing and analytics and to deliver site functionality. Technologies such as cookies, beacons, tags and scripts are used by WhatsOrb and our partners, analysis services and service to deliver site functions and functionality. These technologies are used for trend analysis, site management, tracking users through the site and to collect demographic information about our user base as a whole. We can receive reports based on the use of these technologies from these companies on both individual and merged basis. A cookie is a small, unique text file that a website can send to your computer when  you visit a site. We may use session cookies, which are deleted when a user closes his or her browser, and/or permanent cookies, which remain on the user's computer until they are manually removed. Most browsers can warn you that cookies are being used or cookies are refused altogether. If you do not want us to use cookies in your bowser, you can set your browser to refuse cookies or to send you a notification if a website tries to place a cookie on your computer. The rejection of cookies may affect your ability to use the site. We work with an external party to display advertisements on our website or to manage our advertisements on other sites. Our third party partner may use technologies such as cookies to gather information about your activities on this site and other sites in order to show you advertisements that match your browsing activities and interests. If you do not want this information to be used to show your interest-based ads, you can opt out. Please note that you do not opt ​​out of receiving advertisements. You continue to receive general advertisements. We give you the opportunity to create a profile to access blogs or online communities for sharing information such as messages, photos and videos. Please note that we have no control over the actions of others with whom you decide to share your pages and data. Please contact us at info@whatsorb.com if you want to make a request to delete your personal information from our site. In some cases it is not possible for us to delete your personal data. If so, let us know you, including the reason why. Change in the privacy policy WhatsOrb reserves the right to change the privacy policy from time to time at its discretion and notify you by e-mail or on the home page of the website when we make material changes to the privacy policy before the change takes effect. If, due to these changes, you want to change the way WhatsOrb can use your personal information, you can do so by following the procedure described in the Updating your personal information and privacy preferences section. You will be deemed to have been informed of all material changes to the privacy policy and to experience the consequences after such a message has been placed, with the exception of the following situations: If at the time you provide personal information to WhatsOrb (as is currently the case) the chance to limit the extent to which such information is used to communicate with you, both WhatsOrb or third parties, WhatsOrb does not change these preferences without your explicit consent. However, if WhatsOrb is acquired by or merged with another entity, WhatsOrb may provide customer information to such entity related to that part of our business that was sold or merged with the other entity without your consent, but WhatsOrb will notify you to notify such sales of assets, acquisitions or mergers on this site. Links to third party sites On our site there are links to other websites that may have a different privacy policy than that of WhatsOrb. If you place personal information on such a site, that information will be treated in accordance with the privacy policy of the site concerned. We encourage you to carefully read the privacy policy of sites you visit. Widgets for social media Our website may use social media features, such as the Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter share button or interactive mini programs running on our site. These functions can collect your IP address, keep track of which pages you visit on our site and place a cookie for the function to work properly. Social media functions are hosted externally or directly on our site. The privacy policy of the company that provided the function applies to your interactions with these functions. Single sign-on   You may be able to login to our site with registration services such as Facebook and or LinkedIn. These services verify your identity and offer you the option to share certain personal information with us, such as your name and e-mail address, to partially fill in our registration form. Services such as Facebook and LinkedIn give you the option to post information about your activities on this website on your profile page to share this with other people in your network. Children It is not our intention to collect personal data from minors. Do not enter any information on this site and do not use our services if you are younger than 18. If you think your minor child has entered personal information, please contact info@whatsorb.com to have the data removed and to close the child's account. Privacy complaints Individuals located in certain countries, including the European Economic Area, have certain legal rights related to their personal data. If you are subject to exemptions by law, you may have the right to request access to information and to update, delete or correct this information. Insofar as the processing of your personal data by WhatsOrb is subject to the European general data protection regulation, WhatsOrb is dependent on its legitimate interests for the processing of your data. Where WhatsOrb processes certain personal data for its own direct promotional purposes, you have the right to object to the use of your personal data for this purpose by WhatsOrb by clicking on the link My account and unsubscribing for the purpose. receive all e-mails. Contributors can change their profile here. You can also object to the processing by sending an e-mail to info@whatsorb.com. WhatsOrb takes the privacy concerns of its users seriously. If you believe that WhatsOrb has not complied with the privacy policy regarding personal data, you can contact the data protection officer at WhatsOrb, Neutronweg 55A, 5342 AH, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Telephone: 0031- (0) 302475060. Please describe in your letter as detailed as possible the ways in which you believe that the privacy policy of WhatsOrb was not complied with. We will investigate your complaint immediately. If you have any questions about this privacy policy, the practices of our website or your experience with our website, please contact our data protection officer at info@whatsorb.com. WhatsOrb, Neutronweg 55A, 5342 AH, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Telephone: 0031- (0) 302475060. info@whatsorb.com Read more...
WhatsOrb, the next step for 2018
Posted by: February 9 2018
WhatsOrb, the next step for 2018
Dear all, After 4 months of Beta testing we started a cooperation with a company who will 'lift' WhatsOrb to the next level. Together with an operations manager, a strategic adviser, lead SEO specialist and a lead marketing specialist  we will implement the next 2 month new components to our site. The landing page will be re-designed and 'call to action' buttons added. Afterwards we will  start a campain on various channels to explore the response on our publications and start A/B-testing for different layouts and designs. Investments are on it's way in sustainability companies, research and development groups which will start publishing about their activities in the second half of 2018 on the WhatsOrb Global Sustainability Exchange platform. We are looking forwards to the new developments on the short term. If you like to respond to the new layout and design when implementd in March, please write to:  info@whatsorb.com THE WHATSORB-TEAM   Read more...
World Events August 2018 WhatsOrb. Sustainability is especially important for animals
Posted by: January 1 2018
World Events August 2018 WhatsOrb. Sustainability is especially important for animals
World Lion Day the 10th of August. This celebration of the animal kingdom’s most beautiful and fearsome creature was founded by; 'Big Cat Rescue', the worlds largest accredited sanctuary dedicated to big cats. August 10th is a day for people to come together from across the world to pay tribute to the mighty lion in as many ways as possible. Though a fun and exciting occasion for all, its foundations are based in a very serious matter: lion numbers have dramatically declined to the point where the species needs to be placed on the endangered list, just like its larger cousin the tiger. How you celebrate is entirely up to you. You could change your social media profile pictures to a lion for the day, draw a sketch and share it with friends. The more we spread the word, the greater the chances of these incredible animals gracing our planet forevermore. World elephant Day, the 12th of August. On August 12, 2012, the inaugural World Elephant Day was launched to bring attention to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. The elephant is loved, revered and respected by people and cultures around the world, yet we balance on the brink of seeing the last of this magnificent creature. The escalation of poaching, habitat loss, human-elephant conflict and mistreatment in captivity are just some of the threats to both African and Asian elephants. Working towards better protection for wild elephants, improving enforcement policies to prevent the illegal poaching and trade of ivory, conserving elephant habitats, better treatment for captive elephants and, when appropriate, reintroducing captive elephants into natural, protected sanctuaries are the goals that numerous elephant conservation organizations are focusing on around the world. World Elephant Day asks you to experience elephants in non-exploitive and sustainable environments where elephants can thrive under care and protection. On World Elephant Day, August 12, express your concern, share your knowledge and support solutions for the better care of captive and wild elephants alike. Support World Elephant Day so that we can continue to be a collective voice speaking out on behalf of elephants! National Honey Bee Day, the 18th of August On August 18th join HoneyLove as we celebrate National Honey Bee Day to honor the insect responsible for more than 1/3 of the food we eat with beekeepers, beekeeping clubs and associations, and honey bee enthusiasts from all across the country. We take this opportunity to celebrate honey bees and recognize their contribution to our everyday lives as a means of protecting this critical species for future generations. We also pay homage to beekeepers, whose labours ensure we have bees to pollinate our crops. The National Honey Bee Day program started with a simple concept. Bring together beekeepers, bee associations, as well as other interested groups to connect with the communities to advance beekeeping. By working together and harnessing the efforts that so many already accomplish, and using a united effort one day a year, the rewards and message is magnified many times over. We encourage bee associations, individuals, and other groups to get involved.  World Orangutan Day, the 19th of August To recognize the most iconic victim of the palm oil industry, International Orangutan Day has been set for August 19th, every year! This event is to help encourage the public to take action in preserving this amazing species. From 1992-2000, the population of the Sumatran orangutan is considered to have declined by more than 50%. Its relative, the Bornean orangutan population fell nearly 43 percent in the past decade, from 35,000 in 1996 to 20,000 in 2006. Since these studies were done, deforestation rates have continued to climb which means the actual populations could be well below these. Something has to be done to save orangutans and that is the reason for International Orangutan Day! Special! For WhatsOrb visitors and users who live in Amsterdam (the Netherlands) there is an extra opportunity to help supporting Orangutans. Check out on  Mama Makan’s  terrace on 19 August from 12.30 – 15.30PM thus to support the Orangutan Foundation. Thanks already and enjoy the barbeque. Image by: Fabrizio Frigeni Cover image: Lewis Roberts Read more...
A great #sustainable 2018 with new innovations and  partnerships.
Posted by: January 1 2018
A great #sustainable 2018 with new innovations and partnerships.
Dear all, We - WhatsOrb - like to wish you a great innovative 2018 with lots of new developments in the sustainability area.  In any field like - alternative energy, architecture, gardening, transportation, etc were many improvements globaly in 2017. Let's try to continue this in 2018 in an even faster way by sharing knowledge, ideas, wishes, products and services. Reading - that even a country like the Netherlands where I live - just has made a minor step on the 'greening' path makes it more clearly and urgent that there is still a lot to do. Pollution is borderless, so countries with more advanced technology and financial means have to invest more in countries which lack these resources. Of course - we in the Western World - have to adjust our 'buying, transportation behavior' so future generations have a chance to continue in a more healthier lifestyle in the broadest sense. I continue this year to bridge most distances on my bicycle and public transport. In June I'm gonna install solar panels on my new appartment. My activities with WhatsOrb will intensify in co-oporation with a developing- and marketing organisation. Anybody who has ideas to improve the WhatsOrb-Site or want's to work with us, please contact us;  info@whatsorb.com Have a beautiful 2018, On behalve of the the WhatsOrb-Team, Hans van der Broek Cover image: Hazel (Corylus avellana, 01-01-2018) Hans van der Broek  Read more...
Merry Christmas
Posted by: December 22 2017
Merry Christmas
WhatsOrb wants to thank all subscribers and visitors to its Global Sustainability Exchange platform. Since it's Beta launch in October this year we have welcomed over 30.000 visitors.  We received a lot of response and good ideas to improve our site. In February 2018 we will - in corporation with a marketing organisation - implement the necessary improvements where after the WhatsOrb Site officially will be launched. Feel welcome to send any remark about possible sustainable changes for the WhatsOrb Global Sustainability Platform at  info@whatsorb.com For now, we like to wish you all a beautiful Christmas and a great and healthy 2018 wherever you live on this ‘Orb’. THE WHATSORB-TEAM transition power   Read more...
What makes #sustainability a global success?
Posted by: November 16 2017
What makes #sustainability a global success?
WhatsOrb, the no-nonsense sustainable global website is running well after its Beta launch. Since the day we launched in September of this year, we have welcomed around 26.000 people who have shown interest  in improving our world. Great! Thanks to all of you! From our interviews and talks with interested people we understood that people are looking for a sustainable platform which is also sustainable if it’s about its ‘own’ intentions. There seems to be a fatigue among people who have been using sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. After years of publications about these social websites a ‘feeling’ has started to grow with some of its more ‘critical’ users that they are actually ‘sponsoring’ a corporate organisation where only a few benefit. Also negative news about security issues, privacy concerns, misuse of algorithms, censorship, ownership of content and selling users profiles and search behaviour within the sites makes its users insecure. WhatsOrb has no intention to be involved or execute any of the above mentioned issues. We like to be an open-source global sustainability platform where people and organisations freely and safely can share and upload their content. Because of this, we like to invite you to upload your sustainability ideas and solutions so others can read, improve and share innovations, in order to improve and speed up global sustainability developments. We also are very curious about your experience at WhatsOrb so far. Even - or maybe especially - if you have not uploaded anything yet on our platform after you signed up, we would love to hear from you! With your feedback we can improve our site. So fire away! If you have a minute, we would very much appreciate it if you would answer the following questions: - What brought you to WhatsOrb (what made you sign up)? - How can we help you make the most out of your experience at WhatsOrb? - What can we improve to help you to reach your goals? So please let us know what you think and shoot us an email at  info@whatsorb.com  or register and start uploading your ideas. Thanks and keep up the good work! THE WHATSORB-TEAM Read more...
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