This debatecenteredinstruction.org (DCI) website provide information about the organization and its purpose: to curate information to help teachers and other parties interested in education in incorporating debate techniques into school classrooms, as a vehicle for improving student engagement, academic performance, and first-hand knowledge (through participation) about the way democracy is supposed to work: through reasoned, civil discourse.
User Data We Collect
We only collect anonymous data that is automatically collected from all visitors to the DCI website through our server: the date, time and length of the visit; information about the computer used, including the operating system, the browser used, the Internet Protocol address, the language, the network, the country setting, and the mobile device (if applicable); and the referring website. We also track the number and frequency of hits per page on an aggregate basis.
How We Use the Data We Collect
We use anonymous data to identify the source of user traffic, but we are not able to use this data to identify individual users. We use data on which sections of the DCI site are most visited so that we can evaluate the popularity of our different Web pages and continue to improve the DCI site.
We will not share your Personal Data with any third party, except as required by law or otherwise indicated here, unless we first notify you and offer you an appropriate choice to consent to such further use, for example, through an opt-out or opt-in request. If you submit an inquiry, we may share the information you provided with another agency if the inquiry relates to that agency. No other entities or persons collect information through the FTF Sites.
The Personal Data we collect about you is stored on a secure, password protected server. We use industry-standard encryption technologies with respect to the receipt and transfer of Personal Data you submit to us on via the DCI sites and only authorized personnel have access to your information. Nevertheless, despite our best efforts, no transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.
Subject to Change
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