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Sharing Data with Third-Party Partners
We don’t offer, exchange, or transfer your personal/profile information to outside third parties.
Does AWSCloudCertified.com Permit Third Party Behavioral Tracking?
It’s vital to take note of that we don’t permit third party behavioral tracking.
What Information Does AWSCloudCertified.com Collect?
When registering on AWSCloudCertified, you may be asked to provide your name, location, email address and other personal information to improve your usage experience.
When Does AWSCloudCertified.com Collect Information?
We collect personal information from you only when you sign up for our website’s membership, subscribe to our newsletter or otherwise enter information on our website.
How Does AWSCloudCertified.com Use Your Information?
We collect personal information in order to serve multiple purposes including:
- To personalize your experience on our website.
- Improving our website’s appearance, usability, and experience to serve you better.
- Keeping you up to date about recently published material on our website through emails.
How Does AWSCloudCertified.com Protect Your Information?
Our website is a knowledge base only providing articles, forum posts, blogs, documents and information. We do not ask for credit card information and use regular Malware Scanning.
Your own personal information is stored on secured servers and is just accessible to a few individuals who have access rights to such frameworks, and are required to keep the personal information classified. Furthermore, all personal information you supply is encoded by means of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) innovation.
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Inclusion of Third Party Links
At our sole discretion, we may advertise or offer third party products and/or services on our website. Websites of these products and services will have different privacy policies. We accordingly have no obligation or risk for the content and exercises of these linked websites. In any case, we look to ensure the trustworthiness of our site and welcome any input about these third party websites.
Fair Information Practices
The core principles of Fair Information Practices (FIP) not only lay down the base of United State’s privacy law but these principles have been the fundamental inspiration behind development of contemporary data protection legislation globally. Identifying the core purpose of principles of FIP and how they should be enacted and implemented is extremely crucial to maintain compliance with a range of privacy laws designed to safeguard personal information.
So to maintain our compliance with the principles of Fair Information Practices we will take the subsequent responsive step, should a personal information breach happen:
We will advise you through email within 7 business days
AWSCloudCertified also consents to the reputable Individual Redress Principle that demands that people should have the legitimate right to look for enforceable rights against data collecting authorities and institutions who neglect to adhere to the law. This standard not only makes it a requirement that people should have enforceable rights against data collection institutions, yet additionally that people have plan of action to courts or government organizations to research or potentially indict resistance by information processors.
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