Privacy Policy

Executive Summary:

In order to improve your experience on our website, we gather, utilize, and disclose your user information to personalize and support your interaction with our platform. Our utilization of aggregated data allows us to develop targeted content based on user interests and enhance the overall user experience of the website. Additionally, we and our partners may use your user information to customize content and advertisements, incorporate social media features, track user preferences, analyze traffic, and provide similar services and content. CIO Media is committed to safeguarding your privacy and will not disclose any user information to any third-party without your consent, unless explicitly outlined in this Privacy Statement or required by law. If you have any inquiries or concerns about your user information or this Privacy Statement, please do not hesitate to contact us through the provided channels.

Scope of Privacy Policy

This Privacy Statement pertains solely to the user information collected or shared by us with respect to our Site. It is important to note that while you may encounter links on our Site to other websites, including those associated with our third-party sponsors, advertisers, and partners, this Privacy Statement does not apply to such websites unless expressly noted on the respective site.

At CIO Media, we value the privacy of your personal information, including data such as your name, address, phone number, email, or website that may identify you. When you visit our Site, we may collect information such as your name and email address, which we may use to communicate with you regarding your information and update preferences. It is our policy to never sell or share your personal information unless necessary to provide a product, information, or service that you have requested.

To ensure the security of user information, CIO Media Magazine employs a range of safeguards, including technical, administrative, and physical measures, designed to prevent unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of user data. We are committed to adhering to industry best practices for security and compliance with all relevant federal regulations. In the event of any changes to our privacy policy, users will be notified accordingly.

Automatically Collected Information

At CIO Media, we may automatically collect certain user information from your device when you visit our Site. This information may include your IP address, unique device identification numbers, browser type, general geographic location (such as country or city-level), and other technical data. We may also gather user information pertaining to your device’s interaction with our Site, such as the pages accessed and links clicked.

In order to collect some of this information, we may employ the use of cookies and similar tracking technology, which are small data files that are stored on your computer’s hard drive by your web browser. These cookies can contain and/or automatically collect user information, such as a user identification code or IP address that we may utilize to track the number of times you visit certain pages on our Site. By reading this data from cookies, we can gain a better understanding of your usage of our Site, which may enable us to deliver personalized advertising to you. Please see further details regarding our use of cookies below.

Acquiring Personal Information from Third Party Sources

At CIO Media, we may periodically obtain personal information about you from third party sources, such as public or social graph data, or social media websites if you have connected your social media account with our Site. This information may be utilized for our business or commercial purposes, including enhancing your experience with our content and promotions. However, we will only utilize this information if we have obtained your consent or if the third party is legally authorized or obligated to disclose your personal information to us.

Third-Party Links and Affiliates Disclosure

Third-party links and affiliates may be featured on the CIO Media Magazine website at our discretion. Such third-party sites have separate and independent privacy policies, and we disclaim any responsibility or liability for their content and activities. We may use affiliate links, and we may receive compensation if our readers click on them. However, we provide links to products and services that we genuinely like and trust.

Our Site may also contain links to or quotations from material on other sites. CIO Media Magazine is not responsible for their content or privacy practices and disclaims any liability arising from them. We encourage our users to be aware of leaving our Site and to read the privacy statements of any site that collects personally identifiable information. Some links may have been paid for by the sponsor, and we do not accept responsibility for any violation of personal or proprietary rights or false advertising that may result. We are not liable for any damages or detriment arising from the content, practices, or other media of third-party links.

Privacy Statement Updates and Copyright Notice

Privacy Statement Updates:

This section explains how updates to the privacy statement will be communicated to users. We reserve the right to update this Privacy Statement periodically to account for changes in legal, technical, or business developments. The date of the last update will be included in the Privacy Statement, and we will make reasonable efforts to notify users of material changes to the Privacy Statement.

Copyright Notice:

This section outlines our copyright policy for the material published on our site. All original content on our site is fully copyrighted and cannot be reproduced without permission. We take measures to ensure that all published images respect appropriate copyright. If you believe that any content on our site violates your copyright, please contact us immediately.

Disclaimer, Limitation of Liability, and Terms of Service for CIO Media Magazine’s Site

CIO Media Magazine does not guarantee uninterrupted or error-free access to its site, nor does it guarantee that defects will be corrected, or that the site or the server that makes the site available are free from viruses or other harmful elements. The company does not make any warranties or representations regarding the accuracy, adequacy, usefulness, reliability, or completeness of the site, products, services, content, or any other items or materials on the site or linked to from the site, unless expressly set forth in the terms and conditions.

CIO Media Magazine assumes no liability for errors, inaccuracies, or mistakes in the content, products, services, or any other items or materials on the site, nor for any personal injury or property damage resulting from your access to or use of the site, products, services, or any third-party sites, products, or services. The company is also not responsible for any unauthorized access to or use of the servers that host the site or any third-party sites, and/or any and all personal information stored therein. Additionally, CIO Media Magazine is not liable for any interruption or cessation of transmission to or from the site or third-party sites, or for any bugs, viruses, trojan horses, or similar items that may be transmitted to or through the site or any third-party sites.

These Terms of Service, along with the company’s Privacy Policy, contain the entire understanding between the user and CIO Media Magazine with respect to the use and access of the site, and supersede all prior agreements, terms, conditions, and understandings, both written and oral, with respect to such use and access of the site. No additional or different terms or conditions will be binding upon the company unless expressly agreed to in writing by an officer of CIO Media Magazine. Before using the site, users are advised to read all referenced documents carefully.