MastersInPublicAdministration.net collects two main typs of data — submitted information and automatic information.
Submitted information is information voluntarily inputted via our web forms. It includes personal contact information, such as name, telephone number, mailing address, and email address, and other information that aids MastersInPublicAdministration.net in matching users with schools and other education-related products and services. We gather, maintain, and disperse submitted information as necessary with schools and our thirty-party partners. Sharing this information helps us equip users with information regarding schools, programs, and a variety of other education-related services.
Your voluntary submission of this information enables us (and our affiliates) to contact you (via phone, text message, email, or mail) regarding education-related topics. MastersInPublicAdministration.net will only exercise this right in accordance with any and all relevant laws. You can find additional information on our ability to contact you and related topics below. If you receive any emails from us or our partners from which you wish to unsubscribe, you will be given the opportunity to do so. By clicking the unsubscribe link, you will be removed from further mailings from that sender.
By using MastersInPublicAdministration.net, we assume you agree to our distribution of collected data to schools, our partners, and third parties. Sharing this data also allows us to provide you with degree information and inform you of other relevant education-related products and services. By utilizing our website, you also authorize us to share any compiled information (personal or other) as necessary to companies that provide us with administrative services, such as email delivery.
When you submit personal information to MastersInPublicAdministration.net, you authorize us and our partners — including schools and third parties — to reach out to you (via telephone, text message, email, or mail) to release marketing or other information for education-related services and products. In using our website, you additionally authorize MastersInPublicAdministration.net, our affiliates, and our vendors and partners to contact you for a limited period. You therefore extinguish any rights you receive under the Do Not Call list and maybe other laws.
By using MastersInPublicAdministration.net and submitting personal information, you enable us to lawfully release your personal information — for example to abide by a subpoena or other legal procedure — or in any other situation where the law requires disclosure. We use this ability only when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to preserve our rights, ensure the safety of you or others, explore alleged fraud, or reply to a government or legal request. We might also release your personal information if MastersInPublicAdministration.net merges with or acquires another company, or sells all or part of its assets to a third party.
- “Lead auditing” secures the veracity, relevance, and efficacy of submitted data;
- Web analytics assembles demographic and other anonymous data for web optimization and other analysis;
- Marketing and conversion tracking cookies are used for targeting and enhancing digital ads to improve relevancy, user experience, and validity.
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