Last Updated: March 01, 2023
We may update this Policy at any time. Any changes to the Policy will become effective upon the date of our posting of the revised Policy on the Site. If you visit the Site following the effective date of the revised Policy, you will be deemed to have accepted the Policy’s updated terms.
What Types of Information Does Project Cyber Collect?
The information we collect through the Site is currently very limited. The Site contains a “Contact Us” form through which you may provide us with the following personally identifiable information (“PII”): name (first and/or last) and email address. We do not require that you provide this information in order to browse the Site or to otherwise engage with us. We off the Contact Us form so that you may make inquiries, request information, or send comments.
You also may submit information through the Site by commenting on our blogs. You do not need to provide you name or other identifying information in order to post a comment on our blog page.
The Site also automatically collects information about you that is generally not PII but relates to your use of the Site (“Usage Data”). Usage Data is “passively” collected from you through browser navigational tools, such as cookies, that can recognize your visits by identification of the computer or device that you are using to access the Site.
How Does Project Cyber Use the Information It Collects?
With Whom Does Project Cyber Share PII Collected Through the Site?
How Do We Maintain and Protect PII Collected Through the Site?
Collection of PII by Others.
Use of the Site by Minors. Although Project Cyber is an initiative devoted to the cyber education of women and girls, including minors, the Site is not directed to minors and we do not knowingly collect PII online from any individuals under age 13.
International Transfers of Information. By using the Site, you are deemed to understand and unambiguously consent to the collection and processing of your PII in the United States, with the awareness that the laws of the United States may not provide as much protection for PII as the laws of certain other countries or territories.