OATI provides information on its website to assist visitors in identifying its products, services, and resources. Visitors may contact OATI through links provided on the website, as well as register for various meetings, conferences, and classes. Current OATI customers may also enter protected areas of the website to access Focus Group activities. OATI may use any information visitors provide on the website.
OATI also collects potentially personally-identifying information like Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. OATI does not use such information to identify visitors and does not disclose such information except as described below.
Personal Information: Some visitors choose to interact with the website in ways that requires them to provide personally-identifying information. The amount and type of information that OATI gathers depends on the nature of the interaction. For example, visitors may provide personally-identifying information under the “Contact Us,” “Request a Demo,” and/or “Registration” pages. The type of information requested by OATI reflects the nature and type of request made by the visitor. OATI uses the information provided only to process the request made and to provide a follow-up to the request. OATI does not rent or sell any personally-identifying information to anyone. OATI does not store any credit card information on its servers. OATI does not disclose personally-identifying information gathered from the website except when required to do so by law. OATI monitors use of the website.
OATI reserves the right to terminate and/or deny website access which is associated with suspicious activity.
OATI implements security features to protect the website. However, OATI wants visitors to remember that communication across the Internet is potentially accessible to the public and can be used by third parties without the public’s knowledge or consent. OATI is not responsible or liable for the security of the Internet or third-party websites.