Depending on what you do when you visit any Web site, you are providing information about your visit to the site's owners.
This includes TheAcademy.com. We value privacy and think you do too, so we want you to have the information you need to
make your own decisions about your personal privacy. When you visit or supply information to any Web site, we think it's
a good idea for you to first understand what that site's privacy policies are. If the site doesn't tell you, don't
hesitate to ask.
We at TheAcademy.com use the information that we get from your visits for internal tracking purposes, to make the TheAcademy.com
as useful and interesting to you as we can, and to respond to your requests for information or other services. Except as
specifically noted below, we do not use your personal information for any other purpose, and we never sell it to any third party.
TheAcademy.com also uses standard Web server log files, to help us count visitors and evaluate our site's technical capacity.
We use this information to find out how many people visit TheAcademy.com, help us arrange the pages of the courses in the
most user-friendly way, keep the site browser-friendly, and to make our pages more useful to our students. We record
information on site traffic but not information on individual visitors to our site, so no information about you in
particular will be kept or used.
Email: When you send us an email to comment on something or ask us a question, we learn your exact email
address and the thoughts you share.
We use your email address to thank you for your comments and/or reply to your questions, and we will store your
communication and our reply in case we correspond further. We will never share your email address with or
sell it to anyone else.
TheAcademy.com stores the email addresses of our students for 2 reasons. First, email is the best method for providing you answer
to your questions, suggestions or comments. Second, we use your email address to notify you of changes to our services or
additional courses in which you may be interested.
the way they affect you, please feel free to email
With reference to YTB programs, theAcademy.com keeps records of student progress, and provides YTB with information
pertinent to successful completion of the educational program. Documentation of student participation is an
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