This Policy also applies to any of our other websites that post this Policy. This Policy does not apply to websites that post different statements.
WHAT WE COLLECT
We get information about you in a range of ways.
Information You Give Us. We may collect your name, email address, username, password, demographic information (such as your occupation), as well as other information you directly give us on our Site or through your communications with our employees or affiliated persons. We may also collect information including postal addresses, forms of identification, T-Shirt sizes, dietary restrictions, and employment documentation like a resume in the context of competitions.
Information We Get From Others. We may get information about you from other sources. We may add this to information we collect from this Site.
Information Automatically Collected. We automatically log information about you and your computer when you access our Site. For example, when visiting our Site, we may collect information about your use of and actions on our Site. This includes but is not limited to Google Analytics and web server access and error logs, including timestamps, dates, resources requested, and response status codes.
Competition- and Problem-specific Information Collection. During competitions, we collect a variety of specific information. This includes but is not limited to the collection of competition logs, including records of correct and incorrect submission attempts and other actions taken by participants. The scoring information we collect and aggregate is often published and shared with third parties. Information about the actions participants take is recorded for security purposes and allows us to conduct subsequent investigations into scoring and rules. Where a user is participating in a third-party sponsored challenge that is hosted by the Site, we maintain the right to track, collect, and retain competition logs and user actions.
Cookies. We may log information using "cookies." Cookies are small data files stored on your hard drive by a website. We may use both session Cookies (which expire once you close your web browser) and persistent Cookies (which stay on your computer until you delete them) to provide you with a more personal and interactive experience on our Site. This type of information is collected to make the Site more useful to you and to tailor the experience with us to meet your special interests and needs. You may opt out of the collection of this information through settings in your individual browsers.
In order to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, children under the age of 13 are not permitted to use the Site or to directly provide any personal information without clear parental consent. Personal information that is sent or provided to MetaCTF Inc. which appears to be from a child under the age of 13, without clear confirmation of parental consent, will be deleted as soon as discovered. We cannot always determine if a user of the Site or the sender of an email is under the age of 13, but we will use our best efforts to do so.
USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
In addition to the specific use cases listed above, we use your personal information for the following purposes:
SHARING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
We may share personal information as follows:
INFORMATION CHOICES AND CHANGES
Our marketing emails tell you how to “opt-out.” If you opt out, we may still send you non-marketing and transactional emails. Non-marketing emails include emails about your accounts and our business dealings with you.
You may send requests about personal information to our Contact Information below. You can request to change contact choices, opt-out of our sharing with others, and update your personal information.
You can typically remove and reject cookies from our Site with your browser settings. Many browsers are set to accept cookies until you change your settings. If you remove or reject our cookies, it could affect how our Site works for you. There is currently no uniform technology standard for recognizing and implementing Do-Not-Track (“DNT”) browser signals. We therefore do not currently respond to DNT signals or any other mechanisms that automatically communicate Site user’s choice not to be tracked. If a uniform or widespread standard for rejecting online tracking is adopted in the future, we will update our Policy and data collection practices accordingly.