Certain webpages of this website may ask you to voluntarily provide information in a form interface that personally identifies you (“personal information”). Such personal information may include your name, age, phone number, street address and e-mail address. BIS will specifically describe what information is required in order to respond or provide you with the information or service you have requested. You may also browse the website without registering or providing any such personal information.
Employment applications and related information submitted by applicants are handled by one or more third parties, reachable by links found at www.bisok.com. BIS itself does not directly collect, use or retain personal information of its applicants, except for limited contact information for the sole purpose of processing applications.
Additionally, clients who store in BIS’s facilities any documents, data and other information that may contain confidential and/or personal information do so with the understanding that BIS is contractually obligated and strives at its utmost to protect such information with the same physical, administrative and technical controls. Continuous compliance with and monitoring of privacy policies and procedures are enforced in order to prevent and/or address any privacy-related complaints and disputes.
This website may also collect anonymous data that cannot be traced to a specific individual without the cooperation of their Internet Service Provider (ISP). This includes information about IP addresses, referral data (which website or webpage “linked” to BIS’s website) and browser information. This sent data is passively accepted at the time a user requests a file from BIS’s server. BIS records IP addresses as necessary to run the website, provide services, troubleshoot problems and monitor usage.
In order to provide the best user experience possible, BIS’s website and any applicable website hosting service or diagnostics company uses “cookies,” bits of data sent to your browser, which may then be stored in a “cache” on your computer, tablet or cellphone as small text files. These text files are not programs and are not malicious. BIS cannot access cookies sent by other websites. Additionally, BIS cannot learn your e-mail address or any other personal information from cookies.
By tracking and analyzing usage, BIS can determine the best and most popular features of the website. Ultimately, cookies enable a more enhanced and personalized experience. The information is used to keep BIS’s website fresh and relevant. Cookies may also save you time when entering your name, e-mail address or other information.
Use of Personal Information
BIS may also use specific and/or aggregated personal information along with third party data to provide you with product and content offerings of interest. BIS also may disclose aggregated user statistics in order to describe our services to potential partners and for other lawful purposes.
BIS may have arrangements with third-party service providers, vendors, or partners. When you sign up for a service, BIS may be required to share personal information with such service providers. Such third-party providers are not authorized by BIS to retain or use personal information for any purpose unrelated to providing such services.
Third Parties and Links to Other Sites / Materials
Protection of Children
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”) applies to all commercial websites. BIS does not knowingly collect or solicit any personally identifiable information from children. In the event that BIS receives actual knowledge that BIS has collected such personal information, BIS will delete that information from the BIS database as quickly as possible. Any forms that appear on BIS’s website will not collect any information from any user knowingly under the age of 13 and no information will be stored or transmitted unless the response to “age” or “date of birth” indicates that the user is 13 years of age or older.
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