There are two types of information we collect. The first is submitted information, which is the voluntary submission of personal information on our web forms. This includes your name, telephone number, mailing address, and email address. The other type of information is automatic information. Automatic information is in the form of “cookies”, which are anonymous forms of data, with no personally identifiable information.
Submitted information will be stored and shared with our affiliated schools and partners. Your submission of this information authorizes BecomingAComputerTechnician.com and our affiliated schools, partners, and vendors to contact you by telephone, text message, email or mail. If contacted via email, you will have an opportunity to opt-out through a link in the email.
By submitting personal contact information to our site, you relinquish any rights granted to you by the Do Not Call list for a period of time. You also allow us the right to release your personal information in instances required by the law. We exercise this option when, in good faith, we believe it is necessary to preserve our rights, ensure the safety of you or others, explore alleged fraud, to reply to a government or legal request, and/or in the instance that BecomingAComputerTechnician.com enters into a merger, acquisition, or sale of some or all of its assets to a third party.
Automatic information is used for website analytics, site optimization, and creating a relevant user experience. Examples of cookies or anonymous data include, but are not limited to, your browser version, operating system version, and your IP address.
Cookies are small pieces of data sent from one website and stored in the user’s browser. They are most often used for web analytics and do not contain personally identifying information. The web analytics tool we use is Google Analytics, a Google Inc. product. Advertising cookies, also referred to as third-party cookies, track navigation and publish ads on behalf of a third party.
You can remove cookies through your browser at any time. This might need to be done on a per-use basis, rather than a one time basis. You also may unsubscribe from receiving personal ads from the members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) or those who follow the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (DAA) Self-Regulatory Principles, along with other third party advertisers and ad networks by visiting the opt-out pages of the NAI or DAA.