What data does CBO collect?
CBO may collect both personal and non-personal data about users. All submitted information, both personal and non-personal, is stored in a commercially secure server, maintained by a limited number of employees, and retained for applicable periods required by law.
Personal information can include any information submitted on a web form, such as name, company, mailing address, phone number, email, etc. Non-personal information can include information gathered automatically through cookies, social pixels, and site tags, such as information about your browser, mobile device, site activity, etc.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of text stored in your browser from websites you visit. They help sites remember information about your visit, such as your browser preferences, to make your next visit to the same website more useful to you. Every browser offers settings to modify cookies to best fit your needs.
Third Party Tracking
CBO uses Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting to collect data about website traffic via Google advertising cookies. Users may learn more about opt-outs from Google here (please note: link will take you to the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on).
Is my data shared with others?
CBO does not sell personal data to third parties. Personal and non-personal data may be shared with our third-party vendors to inform, optimize, and serve marketing content.
Where can I update my data preferences?
You can contact CBO to request updates and changes to personal data provided to CBO if you feel the information is inaccurate or incomplete. You may also withdraw your consent to CBO’s use or retention of your personal data at any time, for any reason, subject to applicable laws.