The privacy of our visitors to www.nessama.com (Scholarship Portal) is important to us.
At www.nessama.com (Scholarship Portal) we recognize that the protection of your personal data is important. Here you will find information about the types of personal data we receive and collect when you use and visit www.nessama.com (Scholarship Portal) and how we protect your information. We never share your personal information with third parties.
Analysis and log files
We collect and use data such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, your ISP (Internet service provider such as AOL or Shaw Cable), the browser with which you visited our website (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox), when You have visited our website and the pages you have visited on our website, but only for web analytics purposes.
We use Google Analytics to track analytics on our website. We have configured your IP address to remain anonymous when you visit our website. This means that your full IP address will not be logged. The data linked to your anonymous IP address is stored in Google Analytics for a period of time that is considered necessary to monitor analyzes of our website. The data associated with your use of the website then disappears.
Advertising cookies and web beacons
Visit our website and, in some cases, if you have Flash installed. This is generally used for geographic targeting purposes (for example, displaying New York real estate ads for someone in New York) or to display certain ads based on certain visited websites (for example, displaying kitchen ads for people who frequently visit the kitchen pages). Follow this link for more information: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites
Double click on DART cookies
We may also use DART cookies to serve ads through Google’s DoubleClick, which places a cookie on your computer when you browse the Internet and visit a website with DoubleClick advertising (including some Google AdSense ads). This cookie is used to place advertisements that are specific to you and your interests (“interest based targeting”). Ads are targeted based on your previous browsing history. For example, if you saw websites to visit Las Vegas, you may see advertisements for hotels in Las Vegas when you see an unrelated website, such as B. a hockey website.) DART uses “non-personally identifiable information”.
No personal information is collected about you, such as B. Your name, your email address, your physical address, your phone number, your social security number, your bank account number, or your credit card number. You can choose not to have this ad show on all websites with this ad by visiting http://www.doubleclick.com/privacy/dart_adserving.aspx.
You can selectively disable or deactivate our cookies or third-party cookies in your browser settings or manage settings in programs such as Norton Internet Security. However, this may affect how you can interact with our website and other websites. This may include the inability to log in to services or programs, eg. B. in forums or accounts.
Deleting cookies does not mean that you are permanently excluded from an advertising program. If you don’t have any settings that don’t allow cookies, a new cookie will be added the next time you visit a website where advertising is placed.
To receive our newsletter by email, you must register through our provider Feedburner or email Marketing campaign. All you have to do is enter your email address, which will be saved, to send you the newsletter. You can unsubscribe from this newsletter at any time using the unsubscribe link at the end of each email. As soon as you have unsubscribed, your email address will no longer be stored in our records and you will no longer receive newsletter emails from our website. We do not pass your email addresses on to third parties or sell them to third parties.
We use the affiliate marketing network on our website. When a user clicks on affiliate marketing advertising and that click leads to a sale, the website owner generally receives a commission payment for making that sale. This trip is usually registered by the affiliate network, which facilitates the relationship between the website and the advertiser.
It owns and operates the technology that manages the links and banners that website owners place on their pages. All sales that result from consumers clicking these links are tracked and logged by the advertiser on the network, which contains details of which websites generated these sales. None of the advertisements published by affiliate marketing collect personal data of an online user, unless the consumer expressly requests this data and enters it, e.g. a query for a service.