Privacy Policy

The following is our policy on the privacy information we receive about you.

  1. Intent of State
  2. Information about visitors
  3. What is ‘Cookie’ ?
  4. Entering Private Information
  5. Internet users under the age of 16
  6. How to find and control your cookies
  7. How do you know which sites use cookies?

Intent of State

Entering details about yourself in the boxes in the forms will allow the Tazaatareen to provide you with the services you need. Whenever you provide us with personal information we will use that information in accordance with this policy. The purpose of our services is to provide you with the information you want to receive. Respecting the current rules of the Internet and achieving best practice are the Tazaatareen’s top priorities.

Information about visitors

Whenever you visit the Tazaatareen website, the pages you access will be downloaded to your computer with cookies. (See point number three for more information). Most, if not all, websites use cookies because cookies help website publishers to perform useful tasks such as finding out if a computer or user has visited this site before. Is it or not The number of computers that visit this site frequently is checked to see if there is a cookie on this computer that was previously added to your computer during your previous visit.

What is ‘Cookie’ ?

When you enter a site, cookies are automatically issued to your computer. Cookies are text files that our server uses to identify your computer. Cookies do not automatically identify different users, but their function is limited to computer identification. These cookies are mostly issued by sites that aim to receive statistics and information about the traffic to their site.

The cookies themselves are only able to record the parts and duration of the site on which a computer reaches. Computer users have full authority to allow these cookies to be entered without notification in their computer settings, be required to be notified before admission or cookies are complete before they arrive. Pause as However, blocking cookies also means that you will not be able to access certain pages on certain websites.

Even if your computer setting does not rule out cookies, you can still browse our website as an unknown computer unless you register for Tazaatareen services.

Entering Private Information

We are legally responsible for your use of any personal information you provide to Tazaatareen for participating in competitions or membership of the Tazaatareen Community. We must explain to you how we will use this information and inform you before providing this information to anyone (to find out why we apply for this information in the relevant web. Go to pages).

Generally any information you provide to the Tazaatareen will be used only within the Tazaatareen and for its service providers. This information will never be provided to anyone outside without your consent unless we are legally required to disclose this information.

In the meantime, if you post or send inappropriate and inappropriate content to the Tazaatareen and the Tazaatareen thinks this behavior is neccessary and repetitive, the Tazaatareen will use whatever information you have in place to prevent it. can do. This includes providing you with information about your behavior at the hiring company, your education center and the companies providing you the email service.

Internet users under the age of 16

If you are 16 years of age or younger, you must obtain the consent of your parent or guardian before providing private information to the Tazaatareen. Without this permission you would not be able to see us about yourself.

How to find and control your cookies

Click on your taskbar if using Netacape 6.0.

  1. Go to Edit
  2. Click Preference
  3. Click on Advance
  4. Click on Cookies

If you use 6.0 Internet Explorer

  1. Go to Tools
  2. Click Internet Options
  3. Click the Privacy tab
  4. Click Custom Level
  5. Click the Advance button
  6. Select the override autumatic cookie handing box and choose Custom from Accept, Block or Prompt.

If you do 5.0 or Internet Explorer 5.5

  1. Choose Tools
  2. Select Internet Options
  3. Click the Security tab.
  4. Click Custom Level.
  5. Go to number six and see how Explorer sets up five cookies and select Accept, Disable, or Prompt to your liking.

How do you know which sites use cookies?

Click on any cookie to open it. You will see a lot of text in it in the form of letters and numbers. These numbers are your identification card which can only be viewed by the server that issued the cookie to your computer.