Privacy Policy

Your Privacy on

Personal privacy—especially that of children—is important to NACME. The following privacy policy explains the steps we take to protect the information you give us, and to advise you of your rights with respect to that information. Privacy Policy

NACME complies fully with the United States Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, which went into effect on April 21, 2000, and applies to the online collection of personal information from children younger than 13. For more information on the act and what it requires of website operators like NACME, please click here.

NACME encourages the safe and responsible use of the Internet. For more information on how to surf safely, visit here.

The Information NACME Collects and Stores

If you visit the NACME site to browse, search, or download information, the site automatically collects and stores:

How NACME Uses the Information It Collects

NACME does not use this information to identify you personally. It is collected to better understand the traffic visiting the NACME site as a whole. Based on the collected information from all the visitors to the site in a given period, NACME can generate reports indicating things like the total number of visitors, peak times of visits, and common “referring sites.”

NACME Alumni and Corporate Partners may register for the Alumni database or Resume database. Registration is not mandatory.

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