We take your privacy seriously and take measures to provide all users of ceggi.org with a safe and secure environment. This starts with requiring only basic information to comment and the ability to use pseudonyms and usernames
When this policy mentions “we” or “us,” it refers to the controller of your information under this policy. Your information is controlled by CEGGI, Entebbe Road, Kampala, Uganda.
You should read this entire policy to learn more about how we handle privacy, data, and how we use any information that you provide. However, here are a few key points.
- We require only basic information from you like name, email, and website (Optional.) to comment on our blog posts. You may use any information you wish, including pseudonyms if you would like to remain anonymous.
- Any information entered into the system as a commentator may be publicly visible or searchable including name, username, questions, suggestions, feedback or comments.
- Any personal information entered into the system can be updated and reviewed at any time if you wish to opt out. You may simply email us at email@example.com to delete your comment, or (as of May 25th, 2018) disable you from commenting entirely, removing all of your publicly visible comments, and removing any personally identifiable information within our internal systems.
- When you use ceggi.org, even if you’re just browsing as a guest, we receive some information from you like the type of device you’re using and your IP address.
This policy covers how CEGGI treats personal information that is collected and received, including information related to your use of ceggi.org. Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable like your name, email address, or website.
CEGGI collects personal information when you register to comment, or when you visit our pages. When commenting on any blog post on ceggi.org, you are required to enter a name, email address, and a website if you have one. This basic information is collected so that we can authenticate you comment, question, or ideas you wish to raise. Once you register and comment, this information is available to us.
CEGGI may collect information from your interactions with us, including published comments, questions, suggestions on a blog post, or any other area where you can enter and input content to the system.
We use your information to fulfill your requests for support, improve our services, or contact you. If you have questions about this policy, how we collect or process your personal data, or anything else related to our privacy practices, we would love to hear from you. You can contact us at any time. https://ceggi.org/contact
Some content at CEGGI is public and is immediately visible and searchable by anyone in the world. Questions, feedback, suggestions or comments may be indexed in search engines. You may communicate within CEGGI, and if you do not choose to use your real name this is completely fine. Your email address is not shared publicly.
When you decide to ask a question, give suggestions, feedback or comment on one of our posts, your Information like name or comment may be displayed below the blog you are commenting on. These comments can be deleted any time in case you want us to do so.
In case you comment and you wish to have your comment not to be published or deleted, feel free to send us a message here https://ceggi.org/contact and we will be more than ready to attend to your needs.
Links on ceggi.org are external or internal URLs that may be displayed in the blog posts or pages found on ceggi.org. These might be used to give further details on a particular subject the blog post is discussing.
You have absolute freedom to click or not to click any link that you find on our website.
ceggi.org may set and access ceggi.org cookies on your computer. Cookies are used to provide our system with the basic information we need to provide you with the services you are requesting. Cookies can be cleared at any time from your internet browser settings.
Confidentiality and Security
We limit access to personal information about you to employees whom we believe reasonably need to come into contact with that information to provide support and response to you in case you need any assistance from us. This helps them do their job.