The National Insurance Bureau (NBO) collects personal identification information such as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for registered users. The National Insurance Bureau (NBO) discloses only logged-in user IP addresses under the same circumstances it uses and discloses personal identification information as described below.
Like most websites, the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) collects non-personally identifiable information, as normally provided by web browsers and servers, such as browser type, language selection, reference location and date, and the time of each visitor request. The purpose of the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) to collect non-personally identifiable information is to better understand how National Insurance Bureau (NBO) visitors use the Website.
Collection of personal identification data
Certain visitors choose to communicate in a way that requires the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) to collect personal identification information. The amount and type of information collected by the NBO depends on the nature of the interaction.
Links to external pages
The security of your personal information is important to us, but remember that neither the method of transmitting data over the Internet, nor the method of electronic storage is 100% secure. While we strive to use commercially acceptable means of protecting your personal information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.
Protection of certain personal identifying information
The National Insurance Bureau (NBO) will not rent or sell potentially personal identification data. In addition to its employees, contractors, and affiliated organizations, as described above, the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) discloses potentially personally identifiable information and personal data only in response to a court order, court order, or other request from the Home Office. or when the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) believes in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of the National Insurance Bureau (NBO), third parties or the public as a whole.
The National Insurance Bureau (NBO) discloses potentially personally identifiable information and personal information only to its employees, contractors and affiliates who need to know that information to process it on behalf of the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) or to provide services available on the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) website who have agreed not to publish it to others.
The National Insurance Bureau (NBO) can collect statistics on the behavior of visitors to its website. The National Insurance Bureau (NBS) may disclose this information publicly or pass it on to others. However, the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) does not disclose your personal identification.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile phone by the websites you visit. These text files can be read by the web pages you visit and help identify you when you reopen the web page.
These text files can be "permanent" or "temporary". Persistent cookies remain on your computer even when you turn off the browser (you go offline), while the temporary ones are deleted as soon as you close the browser.
Visitors to the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) who do not wish to have cookies installed on their computers should set their browsers to reject cookies before using the National Insurance Bureau (NBO) websites, with the exception that certain features The websites of the National Insurance Agency (NBO) can not function properly without the help of cookies.