At Cyberlaw University, we respect and protect the privacy of our students and those who use our website. The following Privacy Statement provides details about how your personal information is collected and used. This privacy statement applies to Cyberlaw University websites, products and services that are located in, but not limited to the Cyberlaw University domain.
Non-personal Information We Record
If you do nothing during your visit but browse through the website, read pages, or download information, our website’s operating system will automatically record some general information about your visit.
During your visit, our web operating system will record
- The Internet domain for your Internet service such as “xyz.com” or “xyz.net” if you use a private Internet access account or “yourcollege.edu” if you connect from a college or University domain.
- The type of browser (such as “Firefox version X” or “Chrome version X”) that you are using
- The type of operating system that you use (such as Macintosh or Windows)
- The date and time you visit our site, and the web pages that you visit on our site
- The address of the previous website you were visiting, if you linked to us from another website
We use this information for statistical analysis, to help us make our site more useful to visitors. This tracking system does not record information about individuals.
Information Collection and Use
Cyberlaw University is the sole owner of information collected on this site. We will not sell, share, or rent this information to others in ways different from what is disclosed in this statement. Cyberlaw University collects information from our users at several different points on our website.
Our website offers several opportunities for visitors to register for promotional and informational mailings, online webinars and resources, and for assistance in evaluating our programs and course offerings. These registration forms enable users to opt-in to Cyberlaw University’s mailing lists and require users to give contact information (such as name, mobile phone number, and email address). We use this contact information to send information about our University and our programs and course offerings. Notice is given at the point of collection to enable users to choose whether or not they consent to the usage terms. Those who have signed up and subsequently wish to withdraw their participation, may opt-out of receiving future mailings at any time.
We also keep track of activity on our website via log files stored on our web servers. We collect information such as IP address, browser type and version, and pages you view. We also keep track of how you got to our site and any links you click on to leave our site. We use our logs of your website activity to assist us in offering you a personalized Web experience, assist you with technical support, diagnose problems with our server, administer our website and to tailor our offerings to you.
Security and Privacy
“personal information,” means data that is unique to an individual, such as a name, address, e-mail address, or telephone number. From time to time, the University may request personal information from you at the Website in order to deliver requested materials or service to you, respond to your questions, or deliver a product or service.
Cyberlaw University takes care to reinforce the importance of our website visitors’ security and privacy among our employees. Our employees are trained and required to safeguard your information and, using physical, electronic and procedural safeguards, we restrict access to personal information to those employees and agents for business purposes only. Additionally, we use internal and external resources to review the adequacy of our security procedures.
We will never share, sell, or rent your personal information with third parties for their promotional use. Occasionally, we enter into contracts with third parties so that they can assist us in servicing you (for example, providing customer service). The contracts prohibit them from using any of your personal information for their own purposes, and they are required to maintain the confidentiality of the information we provide to them. We may also disclose information to partners who introduced you to Cyberlaw University’s services in order to ensure they are properly compensated for their efforts. Lastly, we may disclose or report personal information in limited circumstances, where we believe in good faith that disclosure is required under the law. For example, we may be required to disclose personal information to cooperate with regulators or law enforcement authorities, to comply with a legal process such as court order, subpoena, search warrant, or law enforcement request.
Cookies and Web Beacons
We use a variety of technologies on our sites. Among these are cookies: a text-only string of information that a website transfers to the cookie file of the browser on your computer’s hard disk so that the website can remember your browser in the future. A cookie will typically contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come, the “lifetime” of the cookie, and a value, usually a unique number. When you visit our website, open our email, or encounter our services online (perhaps on a customer’s website) we may send you a cookie. Cookies may be used in many ways: they allow us to verify the login status of customers using products or services linked directly with our website, track point of entry to point of registration for those users participating in our affiliate signup programs, and track and measure the success of a particular marketing campaign. Cookies also allow us to track overall site usage and determine areas users prefer, enabling us to make your visit to our website, easier by recognizing you when you return and helping to provide you with a customized experience.
Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information while on our site. You have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying the settings in your browser. If you choose to disable cookies, you may still use our site; however, you may have limited access to some areas within our website.
Some of our web pages, emails, and other online content may contain electronic images known as web beacons, also known as single-pixel GIFs, which are invisible graphical images. These web beacons allow us to count users who have visited our web pages, seen our ads, or opened our email. Web beacons collect only limited information, such as a cookie identifier, time and date of a page being viewed, and a description of the page on which the Web Beacon resides (the URL).
When we send you emails, we may include a web beacon to allow us to determine the number of people who open our emails. When you click on a link in an email, we record this individual response to allow us to customize our offerings to you.
Web Beacons cannot be declined when delivered via a regular web page. However, Web Beacons can be refused when delivered via email. If you do not wish to receive Web Beacons via email, you will need to disable HTML images or refuse HTML (select Text only) emails via your email software.
Cyberlaw University’s Anti-Spam policy tolerates only permission-based email. In addition, users always have the opportunity to opt-out or change preferences via a link in the footer of all non-transactional email messages. These options are made available when you sign-up for our email lists and in email messages delivered from our University. Alternatively, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some communications (e.g. important application notifications and billing information) are considered transactional and are necessary for all Cyberlaw University Students/visitors. You will continue to receive all transactional email for the duration of your business relationship with Cyberlaw University, i.e. as long as you’re enrolled into one of our programs or courses. Should you for some reason not wish to be contacted by electronic mail during this period, you may opt out of the same. You may contact your course coordinator for this.
Some of our sites provide links to third-party websites, such as those of our business partners and online advertising partners. While on these sites, Cyberlaw University or its partners may collect information about you. Because Cyberlaw University does not control the information policies or practices of these third parties, you should review their privacy policies to learn more about how they collect and use personally identifiable information.
Notification of Changes
Why did you receive a mailing from us?
Our email marketing is permission based. If you received a mailing from us, our records indicate that (a) you have expressly shared your email address for the purpose of receiving information in the future (“opt-in”), or (b) you have registered or purchased or otherwise have an existing relationship with us. We respect your time and attention by controlling the frequency of our mailings.
If you believe you have received unwanted, unsolicited email sent via the computer systems or networks or purporting to be sent by Cyberlaw University, please forward a copy of that email with your comments to email@example.com for review.
How can you stop receiving email from us?
Each email sent contains an easy, automated way for you to cease receiving email from us, or to change your expressed interests. If you wish to do this, simply click on Unsubscribe or Update Profile links at the end of any email.
How we protect your privacy
We use appropriate security measures to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of data used by our system.
Sharing and Usage
We will never share, sell, or rent individual personal information with anyone for their promotional use without your advance permission or unless ordered by a court of law. Information submitted to us is only available to employees managing this information for purposes of contacting you or sending you emails based on your request for information, and to contracted service providers for purposes of providing services relating to our communications with you.
This policy was updated on 1st January, 2020.