Choreograph is a global data and technology business providing a variety of data driven marketing solutions to clients across its suite of products and services. We are a WPP company and work closely with the other companies across the WPP network, including GroupM and its agencies and other speciality businesses such as GroupM Nexus, as well as utilising some of GroupM technologies and products. For more information about WPP click here and GroupM, click here.
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This section provides information about the services we offer our Clients. Our “Clients” are businesses who deal directly with consumers, such as advertisers who sell their products and services to consumers. We do not offer our services directly to consumers. We work directly with Clients, or through an agent (such as a data or media buying agent) who act on behalf a Client.
Our Clients use our services to help them deliver effective and relevant advertising online and offline to consumers. We help advertisers understand their current customers’ interests, preferences and needs and also help them find prospective new customers across all media channels. Our services give Clients a unified and holistic view of their current and prospective customers, and allows them to deliver advertising to consumers who are more likely to be interested in their products and services.
Our “Services” can be broadly defined in three categories of activities: Sync, Compose and Perform, as further described below.
|Data Onboarding||Data Enrichment||Planning|
|ID Resolution||Segmenting||Measuring & Reporting|
For a description of each of the services listed above, please see Purposes of processing.
our technologies and products
Below is an overview of the products and technologies we use to provide our Services.
|Name of Service||Description of Service|
|ID Graph||The Identity Graph uses graph technologies and machine learning to discover connections and relationships between people, places, and actions. It provides a holistic view of a consumer’s identity by combining 1st and 3rd party data assets to provide a comprehensive set of attributes about a consumer or household (such as demographics, psychographics, interests, buying behaviours, health insights etc). It allows Choreograph to provide data matching, ID resolution, consumer insights, enrichment, modelling, and segmenting services.|
|ID Graph Network (IDN)||The Identity Graph Network is the foundation of the Identity Graph. It refers to a variety of data assets that feed the graph, including Client first party data, third party licensed data, as well as Choreograph’s proprietary data assets, as further described below, including: Audience Origin; i-Behaviour (US, Canada, UK), Conexance (France), AmeriLINK (US), and mPlatform (Global).|
|Audience Origin||Audience Origin is our quarterly consumer survey, operated through our trusted panel providers globally. We ask consumers a number of bespoke questions about their media behaviour, category purchases, media touchpoints, psychographics and demographics to better understand their motivations, behaviours and attitudes. Survey responses are combined together (or aggregated) to understand general consumer attitudes, as well as for media planning and buying purposes. In some cases, we also receive individual respondent level data to be used for modelling and activation.|
|Fusion||Fusion uses AI technologies to provide data enrichment and data matching services for our Clients using survey data collected from Audience Origin, as well as audience data from mPlatform and other licensed third-party data sources.|
|Strategy Simulator||Our Strategy Simulator helps to simulate or predict the impacts of changes in consumer behaviour and market dynamics on client’s business, using synthetic populations from survey data collected from Audience Origin. This helps our Clients plan their media buying in a forward-thinking way.|
|iBehaviour (US & Canada)||iBehavior is a cooperative database in the US and Canada where members of the cooperative can contribute their B2B and B2C information about their consumers, for the benefit and use by other members. This information includes personal information such as name, address, email address, phone number, along with transaction/purchase information such as goods and services purchased, transaction value, date of transaction etc. This data is collected by our Clients directly from their customers when they make purchases, register at a website or in some other way, and agree to their personal information being shared with third parties, such as Choreograph.
The information contributed to the cooperative allows members to advertise (online and offline) to consumers based on their past buying behaviour in addition to other lifestyle, geographic, and demographic information. Through the cooperative, Choreograph provides members with modelling services (to find prospective new customers), reactivation and optimization services (to help reconnect with lapsed customers), and data enrichment (appending data variables to member’s existing customer file).
|Choreograph France (formerly Conexance and iBehaviour) is our cooperative database in France and the United Kingdom.
Choreograph is a data processor under GDPR acting exclusively at the request of its members and on their behalf, to process personal information to provide the following services: modelling services (to find prospective new customers), reactivation and optimization services (to help reconnect with lapsed customers), and data enrichment (appending data variables to member’s existing customer file). This helps members to carry out marketing campaigns by post, by email, by SMS, or online.
For further information about personal data processing operations carried out by Choreograph France as part of its cooperative business, please visit:
|AmeriLINK is our proprietary consumer database in the US, which collects, stores and organises information about consumers and households, including demographic and psychographic data, health and wellbeing data, life events data, transactional/purchase data, attitudinal data, and financial indicators. Using our consumer database, Choreograph provides clients of AmeriLINK with modelling services, including look-a-like modelling, data enrichment services (appending data variables to client’s existing customer file), data hygiene services (such as address standardization, suppression) and list rental services.
We are registered as a data broker in California and Vermont.
|AmeriLINK Activate||Activate is one of Choreograph’s activation channels. Clients can use Activate on a self-service or managed service, allowing Clients to upload their first party data into the platform, access additional third party licensed and propertiary data, and push audiences to DSP and social channels for activation online.|
|mPlatform||[m]PLATFORM is an audience intelligence solution that builds personalized consumer relationships at scale. It collects data about media consumption behaviour to allow Choreograph to gain insights about consumer’s interests, preferences, and lifestyles and create consumer profiles. We use this tool to provide our Clients with consumers insights, as well as modelling (including look-a-like modelling). mPlatform is also an activation platform, allowing us to push audiences to DSP for activation. For further information about mPlatform, see here.|
|Proteus||Proteus processes programmatic data from media buying at scale. It ingests, matches and normalises log level data across all our agencies’ programmatic activity, which allows us to provide the following services to Clients: modelling, insights, media planning, and campaign reporting.|
|Geograph||GeoGraph is a geospatial mapping platform that ingests location data and other data to help visualise which parts of the globe consumers live or visit. The picture gained from the combination of these data points can be used for analysis, insights, planning, enrichment or location-based targeting.|
|Choreograph Create||Choreograph Create is an intelligent creative platform to facilitate dynamic creative optimisation of advertising. Clients can design and build personalised advertising content, measure and analyse campaign performance including measuring contact moments for frequency capping and identify the customer journey to understand elements that drive better advertising performance.|
information that we collect
We collect and use a variety of information which includes personal information when providing our Services:
- Offline IDs including full name, phone number, telephone number;
- Online IDs including email address, IP address, Cookie IDs, Device IDs including Mobile Advertising IDs (MAIDs) such as Apple’s “IDFA” and Google’s Advertising ID;
- Choreograph’s proprietary ID(s) that uniquely identify consumers in its own identity environment, including “K-LINK”, “ChoreoID”, “[mP]ID”; and
- Other IDs that we may receive from third parties, including survey or panel IDs of consumers responding to a survey, or IDs from third party onboarding partners.
transaction and purchase data including product category (e.g., jewellery, apparel, pets, travel, sports) and purchase details (e.g., number of orders, value spent, payment type, method of purchase). We do not collect bank details, credit card details or other financial account level details. We also use modelled transaction data about a consumer’s likelihood or “propensity” to buy a particular brand or product.
device and browser information including type of browser and version, browser language, operating system, and connection type (e.g., wired or Wi-Fi).
online activity information including page URL (or category of page URL), site/page a consumer came from before viewing an advertisement, date and time of online activity, frequency of visits to a site, search terms used on a site, and interaction with an advertisement (e.g., whether you click on an advertisement) as well as the content of the advertisement, and interaction with content on an advertiser or publisher site, including product information stored as a “Product ID”.
demographic information including age, gender, income, marital status, household status, education.
psychographic information including interest, lifestyles, attitudes, personalities.
location data including postal address, IP address (which is converted into country, region, or postcode/zip code level location data) and latitude/longitude data of properties/houses (in the US).Sensitive data including gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, ethnicity, health data (see below).
Health data (US only) information about health conditions or treatments at a household level (except for California which is at an individual level). This may include health data that Choreograph considers sensitive. Our health data does not include any “protected health information” (PHI) regulated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Not all the information listed above is collected and used in all regions in which the Services are offered. If you would like to find out what personal information we hold about you, please use our Consumer Preference Portal.
how we use this information
The table below describes the purposes for which we use different types of information when providing our Services. For a description of each of these purposes, see more detail in the section Purposes of processing. In addition to the purposes set out below, we may use all or a combination of the information we collect to detect or prevent fraud, to defend our legal rights and comply with the law.
|Information Type||How we use this information|
|Data Onboarding||Data Hygiene||Data Matching||ID resolution|
|Full Name Postal Address Email Address Phone Number||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Online IDs including IP address, Cookie ID, MAID, device ID||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Survey or panel ID||✓||✓ (suppression)||✓||✓|
|Purchase and transaction data||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Device and browser information||✓||✓||✗||✓|
|Online activity information||✓||✗||✗||✗|
|Information Type||How we use this information|
|Full Name Postal Address Email Address Phone Number||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Online IDs including IP address, Cookie ID, MAID, device ID||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Survey or panel ID||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Purchase and transaction data||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Device and browser information||✗||✓||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Online activity information||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✗|
|Senstive data||✓||✓||✓(but not sensitive health data)||✓(but not sensitive health data)||✓||✗|
|Information Type||How we use this information|
|Planning||Activating||Optimization||Measuring and Reporting|
|Full Name Postal Address Email Address Phone Number||✓||✓||✗||✓|
|Online IDs including IP address, Cookie ID, MAID, device ID||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Survey or panel ID||✓||✗||✗||✓|
|Purchase and transaction data||✓||✓||✗||✓|
|Device and browser information||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Online activity information||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Note: Choreograph does not permit sensitive health data to be used for targeting, to create lists or audiences, or as a variable in a model.
purposes of processing
|Services||Purposes of processing||Description of the purposes|
|Sync||Data Onboarding||Bringing Client’s data into Choreograph’s data environment or a third-party hosted clean room environment. Bringing third party licensed data into Choreograph’s technology platforms.|
|Data Hygiene||Cleaning Client’s data including merge/purge, address standardization and suppression.|
|Data Matching||Matching Client’s data to consumers held in Choreograph proprietary database. Matching offline to online data, such as data collected offline (e.g. name, postal address etc) to your online activity or online IDs (e.g. device ID, cookie ID etc). Matching across different devices to determine that two or more devices belong to the same user or household|
|ID resolution||Creating a Client-owned single customer view across known and unknown customers. Assigning a unique ID to consumers, including Choreograph’s proprietary ID.|
|Compose||Data enrichment||Enhancing Client data by adding (or appending) consumer data from Choreograph’s proprietary database|
|Insights||Using a collection of data to understand or gain insight into consumers’ interests, motivations, behaviours and preferences. This may be at an individual consumer level, or an aggregate group or population level|
|Modelling||Creating models (or a set of “rules”) which predict consumer behaviours or indicate likely characteristics about consumers.|
|Segmenting||Creating groups of consumers (sometimes called segments, audiences or lists) who share the same or similar attributes, conditions, needs or preferences based on actual or inferred information.|
|Profiling||Labelling or describing consumers based on their likely characteristics, behaviours and/or demographics., which is used in modelling, segmenting, and activating.|
|Simulating||Testing potential outcomes of marketing by simulating population behaviour using Client data and Choreograph data.|
|Perform||Planning||Planning the buying of media across all channels, including using automated tools|
|Activating||Delivering audiences to media buying and social platforms for online advertising. Delivering lists to Client’s or third-party fulfilment houses for offline advertising (e.g., mail, phone).|
|Optimization||Creating ads that are relevant to consumers based on interests, location, language preferences etc
Optimizing ads (including in real time) with other data (such as weather information, previously viewed products etc)
Understanding consumer journey from first contact to sale/retargeting to personalize consumer experiences
|Measuring and Reporting||Measuring and reporting on advertising campaign performance|
sources of information
We source information from a variety of sources, including:
- From our Clients, who may use our Services to onboard their data into our platforms and use our cookies and pixels to collect data from consumers visiting Clients’ web and app properties. For more information about the cookies we use, see section on Cookies.
- Directly from consumers, including from consumers who agree to participate in our surveys (or surveys administered by our third-party partners) and by using cookies, pixels or other similar online technologies on web and app properties. We only collect sensitive data through consumer surveys, where consumers have voluntarily provided information (or in the case of ethnicity data, modelled from demographic or geographic information). For more information about the cookies we use, see section on Cookies.
- From different parts of our business. For example, we take transaction information contributed by members of our cooperative businesses (i-Behaviour and Conexance) and convert this information into general product categories e.g., “Women’s Apparel”, and “Recency”, “Frequency”, and “Monetary” metrics, such as last order date for women’s apparel, number of orders for women’s apparel in last 12 months, total amount spent and average spend value for women’s apparel in last 12 months etc.
- From public records, where available in certain countries, such as occupational and recreational licenses (e.g., fishing licences), postal records (for address standardisation), suppression lists (e.g., do not call registries), and census records.
- From our trusted third-party partners. Some of these partners may combine data from a variety of sources.
This section describes cookies that we use when providing our Services to Clients, including for interest based or behavioural advertising. This includes cookies that may be placed on your browser when visiting our Clients’ web properties or we properties that display on our Clients advertisements. For cookies we that we use on our corporate website, please see our Cookies Policy.
A cookie is a small alphanumeric text file that is stored in a browser by a web site or by a third-party ad server or other third party which allows that web site or third party to recognize that browser and remember certain information about the user. Our cookies are persistent (meaning they are stored until they expire or are deleted/removed by a user) and contain unique randomly-generated values that enable our Services to distinguish browsers and devices and are associated with certain information about a user. Our cookies, together with this associated user information, are used in the performance of our Services, including for interest-based advertising.
The following table provides information about our cookies.
|Cookie name||Domain||Cookie lifetime||Does the cookie refresh?||Information stored in cookie||Use cases||Purposes registered under IAB Transparency and Consent Framework (GDPR only)|
|id||mookie1.com||395 days||Yes||Universal serial number||Activating
|1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10|
|ov||mookie1.com||395 days||Yes||Unique identifier||Reporting
|1, 7, 8, 10|
|mdata||mookie1.com||395 days||Yes||Unique serial number
|Activating||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10|
|syncdata_<PARTNER>||mookie1.com||10 days||Yes||Unique serial number
Data partner’s visitor id
|1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10|
|ibkukiuno||ib.mookie1.com||365 days||Yes||Hashed email
Choreograph ID (called “Velo Id”)
Last date cookie was used
Velo profile lookup method
Email hash lookup method
Date cookie created
Times cookie has been seen
|ibkukinet||ib.mookie1.com||365 days||Yes||IP address
|src0_xxxx||d.lemonpi.io||30 days||Yes||ID of products that a consumer has viewed on advertiser’s website||Optimization||N/A|
Conversion ID for an advertiser’s campaign
|lpuid||Lemonpi.io||365 days||Yes||Unique user ID||Data Matching||N/A|
|_ud||Lemonpi.io||30 days||Yes||ID of products that a consumer has viewed, basketed and/or purchased on the advertiser’s website.||Optimization||N/A|
In an app environment, your device will be assigned an Advertising ID (rather than a cookieID). This is an alphanumeric identifier made available by a platform or operating system (such as Apple iOS or Google Android) that allows application developers and third parties to recognize a particular device in an application environment and associated certain information to a user. Examples of Advertising IDs include mobile Advertising IDs (MAIDs) such as Apple’s “IDFA” and Google’s Advertising ID. An Advertising ID together with user information it collects is used in the performance of our Services, including for interest-based advertising.
how we share information
sharing information in the provision of our Services
Clients: We use the information described in this privacy notice to provide Services to our Clients (or agents acting on behalf of Clients), which may include sharing, licensing or allowing our Clients access to the information. For our cooperative database (i-Behaviour and Conexance) we share information within the cooperative to participating members of the cooperative, as well as with other parts of the Choreograph business (see section on Sources of information describing how we obtain information from other parts of our business).
Internal Group companies: We also share information internally with our group companies WPP and GroupM, and their agencies which include, Mindshare, MediaCom, Wavemaker, Essence, m/SIX, GroupM Nexus, GTB and CMI.
Service Providers: We also share information with third-party providers that perform services and functions on our behalf and/or on behalf of our Clients in the provision of the Services such as companies that are responsible for the delivery of advertising including demand-side platforms, advertising networks, advertising exchanges, and ad servers, as well as fulfilment houses for offline marketing campaigns, providers involved in technology or customer support, operations, web or data hosting/storage, billing, accounting, security, marketing, data management, validation, enhancement or hygiene, or otherwise assisting us to provide, develop, maintain and improve our Services and products.
sharing information for Legal Purposes:
We may share personal information with third parties (including law enforcement, auditors, and regulators) to:
- Comply with legal process or a regulatory investigation (e.g. a subpoena or court order).
- Respond to claims that any content violates the rights of third parties.
- Protect the rights, property or personal safety of us, our platform, our clients, our agents and affiliates, its users and/or the public. We likewise may provide information to other companies and organizations (including law enforcement) for fraud protection, and spam/malware prevention, and similar purposes.
sharing information for corporate purposes
Transfer of data upon change of control: In the event that another company acquires us, or all or substantially all of the assets of our business, through a consolidation, merger, asset purchase, or other transaction, we reserve the right to transfer all information (including any information you may have provided through the “contact us” page) that is in our possession or under our control to the acquiring party, and that information may be used by the acquiring party in its business.
Sharing information in a corporate transaction: We may also share personal information in the event of a major corporate transaction, including for example a merger, investment, acquisition, reorganization, consolidation, bankruptcy, liquidation, or sale of some or all of our assets, or for purposes of due diligence connected with any such transaction.
Maintaining the privacy of consumers’ personal information is very important to us which means we take care and pay special attention to our security measures to protect this information from data breaches. We follow industry standards to protect against the unauthorized access to, retention of, and disclosure of information. This includes physical, electronic, and management activities to protect information integrity, access, and use.
Choreograph recognizes the importance of a comprehensive data security program, and the need to ensure the data we process is maintained accurately and securely. We employ technical, organization, and administrative safeguards to protect the information we hold. We use multiple layers of security, combining state-of-the-art firewall protection, strictly controlled access and other security measures to guard against unauthorized use or alteration of our data.
Choreograph follows WPP Data Retention and Information policy and doesn’t retain any data which is not required for our day-to-day business or to provide services to our clients. Our retention period will vary and depends on the type of data, the purpose it serves in delivering products and services to our client and to comply with client contractual obligations. In all cases we comply with respective laws and regulations, contractual obligations and delete the data when required to do so.
Choreograph may also store and retain personal data that has been deidentified or fully anonymised so it is no longer personal data. This may be data which is aggregated so that it no longer identifies an individual, and is used primarily for insights and planning purposes.
international transfers of personal information
Choreograph is a global company and provides its Services to Clients across multiple regions and countries.
Where possible we store personal information locally, for example in the EU (for EMEA and UK), Taiwan, Singapore and China (for APAC) and US (for North America), depending on the location of the consumer.
However, we may need to transfer personal information outside of these locations in the following scenarios:
- When we are required to transfer information to our Clients or our Service Providers to locations other than where our data is stored.
- When our engineering or support teams need to “access” (including remote access) personal information outside the location they are based to build, maintain, and/or monitor our systems and platforms.
- When we have a cross functional or cross agency team providing the Services, who may be based in different locations and need to access the personal information from various locations.
When we make these international transfers, we ensure they comply with all applicable local data protection and privacy laws.
membership to industry associations
Choreograph is an active member of industry associations that govern the policies around online consumer privacy in the context of internet-based advertising, including: the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI), the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), the European Digital Advertising Alliance (eDAA) and the IAB Transparency and Consent Framework (IAB TCF). Choreograph complies with the NAI Codes of Conduct, the DAA Self-Regulatory Principles and the IAB TCF Policies. We believe that these codes and principles help protect consumer privacy.
Please visit our Consumer Preference Portal for more information about how to exercise your privacy rights through the NAI and DAA opt-out mechanisms.
consumer preference portal
Choreograph is committed to providing privacy first solutions for our Clients and embed privacy into the design of our products and Services. We recognise the control that you should be given in relation to decisions we make about how your personal information is used. This preference centre has been built to provide you with a simple, transparent process to exercise your rights under privacy regulations.
We want to give you as much information as possible to make an informed decision. There are a number of different ways you can exercise your rights through this portal. The different methods will depend on the country you live in and the type of data we hold about you.
your digital information
We have created a user-friendly portal for you to control how we use your digital personal data. This is personal data we collect about you online, and may include online IDs, device and browser information, online activity information, and location data (see section x for a description of these types of data). The type of digital personal data we collect may change depending on where you are located as we don’t provide all our Services in all regions. To find out more about what digital data we hold about you, and how you can manage your digital data please click here. The choices you make through our portal about how we can use your digital personal data will only apply to the specific browser or device you are using. For other ways to exercise your rights, see below.
However, if you are located in China please email firstname.lastname@example.org to manage your data and exercise your rights.
your offline data
The following forms can be used to understand the additional data we hold about you beyond your digital information, this may include your personal details such as your name, telephone number and postal address. The type of offline data we collect may change depending on where you are located, as we don’t provide all our Services in all regions. To find out more about what offline data we hold about you, and how you can manage your offline data please click here
how we use your information to verify your identity
We may ask you to provide ID to verify your identity before we release the data to you, we do this to ensure we only provide you with your information and protect it against unlawful third-party access. We will not share or use your identification in any of our Services or for any purpose other than verifying your identification.
other ways to exercise your rights
In browser environments you may refuse or remove cookies via the following methods:
- Adjusting your browser settings to refuse or remove cookies, by following the directions provided in your browser settings. Further information about how to do this is available here.
- Adjusting the cookie settings at the level of the web site owner. These setting options may vary by web site owner.
- Opting out of interest-based advertising through the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (DAA) “YourAdChoices” program for web environments, available here:
– For US – https://optout.aboutads.info/?c=2&lang=EN
– For Canada – https://youradchoices.ca/en/tools
– For Europe and UK – https://youronlinechoices.com/ (by clicking the “Your ad choices” link after selecting where you are located)
You may also limit ad tracking in mobile and Over The Top (OTT) TV device app environments connected to your Advertising ID via the following methods.
- Going to the privacy setting on your mobile device and/or your OTT TV device and selecting “Limit Ad Tracking” to stop interest-based advertising via the applicable Advertising ID. Note: you should consult instructions provided by your device manufacturers for the most effective and up-to-date methods for opting out of interest-based advertising via your devices.
- Opting out of interest-based advertising through the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (DAA) “YourAdChoices” program for app environments, available here:
– For US – https://youradchoices.com/control
– For Canada – https://youradchoices.ca/en/tools
- Through the NAI CTV opt-out page – https://www.networkadvertising.org/internet-connected-tv-choices/
privacy rights of individuals in the UK, EEA and Switzerland
You have the right to access, update, change, delete, restrict the use of, or obtain a copy of your personal information in an easily readable format. In certain circumstances, you may also request that Choreograph transfer your personal information to a third party, and the right to object to its use for marketing purposes. Where processing of your personal information is based on your consent, you also have the right to withdraw this consent at any time. Please note that your withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of our processing of your personal information prior to withdrawal of consent.
You also have the right to make a complaint to the supervisory authority if you’re not happy with how we’ve handled your personal information.
privacy rights of individuals in California
privacy rights of global users
We have provided a mechanism to enable all consumers, regardless of your region to opt out of future processing and request deletion of your personal information through our Consumer Preference Portal. If you have any question about how to exercise these rights please contact us at email@example.com.
how to complain
If you have any complaints or wish to contact us, please use the Contact Us section and we will do our best to address any complaints or worries you may have about how we collect and handle your Personal information.
If for whatever reason you don’t feel like we have adequately addressed your concerns you can contact the applicable Data Protection Authority or Supervisory Authority in your jurisdiction and make a formal complaint.
In the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland the Choreograph legal entity responsible for the data that Choreograph collects is Choreograph Limited. Outside of the EEA and Switzerland the responsible legal entity is Choreograph LLC. If you are an individual residing in the EEA or Switzerland you should be aware that our DPO can contacted at dpo@Choreograph.com.
If you have questions, comments or concerns about this policy you can reach us by email or mail at:
Choreograph, Sea Containers, 18 Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PT– Attn: Data Protection Officer
Choreograph, 3 World Trade Center, 175 Greenwich Street, New York, NY, 10007, USA – Attn: Director of Privacy
changes to policy