CyberArmy is deeply committed to protecting the privacy of Internet users, not only on the web in general, but on our own website! Below is information outlining our continued support for the responsible management of visitor's information.
CyberArmy, as well as most sites on the Internet, use "cookies" to enhance your experience on the web. CyberArmy uses these to 'log you in' to the Zebulun challenge and the discussion boards, as well as some smaller scripts. They basically repeat back to the server any information you have previously given to CyberArmy, so that you dont have to keep typing it in again. What are cookies and why do we use them? A cookie is a unique number that is provided to you the first time CyberArmy serves you an ad. This unique number, which is stored in a cookie file on your computer, helps CyberArmy to set pages up for you. For instance, it will pre-fill in your forms on the Discussion Forum. Cookies are also used by our Advertising affiliate. This cookie can help CyberArmy ensure that we don't serve you the same ad multiple times, and help our advertisers understand what you like and don't like about their offerings so that they can cater better to your needs the next time you are interested in their products or services. While we believe that cookies enhance your Internet experience by limiting the number of times you see the same ad and delivering more relevant content to you, they are not required for CyberArmy to deliver you an ad.
If you do not want the benefit of cookies, there is a simple procedure to manually delete your cookies. Please consult your web browser's Help documentation for more information.
During the process of storing cookies or delivering an ad to you, CyberArmy does not collect any personally identifiable information about you such as name, address, phone number, or e-mail address. However, CyberArmy does obtain some types of non-personally identifiable information such as the Internet Service Provider you use to connect to the Internet, your browser type, or the type of computer operating system you use (Linux or Windows, for example). All web sites collect this information in their logs.
In some cases, you may voluntarily provide personal information, such as by using your name and email address on the Discussion Forum, We will NOT sell or give out this information except where required by law