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Through omiio.org, you can collaborate, share and grow open source hardware and software.
Information we collect and how we use it
You can browse Omiio.org website while remaining anonymous. We do not require you to register just for browsing the website. Sharing your personally identifying information is strictly voluntary. However, if you choose not to provide certain information, you may not be able to take advantage of many of Omiio.org’s features and programs. The information you provide to Omiio.org will better enable Omiio.org community members to communicate with you regarding our products and your product needs.
Sharing your personally identifying information makes it easier for you to:
In each of the instances above, for example, when you register with Omiio.org, purchase products or participate in a survey, we may ask you to offer personally identifying information so that we may serve your needs.
To help Omiio.org make our e-mail communications to you more useful, Omiio.org may receive a confirmation notice when you open an e-mail from Omiio.org and/or click on a link provided in an e-mail from Omiio.org. Omiio.org may use this confirmation information to provide additional information to you about Omiio.org’s products and to enable Omiio.org to better support your product needs.We also collect certain anonymous information that cannot be associated with you personally, such as the domains from which you visit us, the number of visitors to our web sites, browsing patterns and areas of interest. We analyze this data to assess trends, statistics and customers' needs, to help us improve our web sites, products and better serve our customers.
You May Opt Out at Any Time
You may opt out at any time. By way of example, when you are registered with Omiio.org, enter our online stores or register for a contest or promotion you will have the option of choosing not to receive additional communications from Omiio.org on our products and services that we feel may be of interest to you. If you choose to receive these additional communications and later change your mind, you may unsubscribe at any time. For example, e-mail messages will contain instructions on how to "unsubscribe" from receiving the email in question.
Accuracy and Access
We want your personally identifying information to remain accurate. If you are registered with Omiio.org and any of your personally identifying information changes or if you simply want to see what personally identifying information we have stored in your Omiio.org profile, you can review and update your profile using your user name and password. Otherwise, you may contact us at the e-mail addresses listed below to request a change to your personally identifying information or a copy of the personally identifying information stored. We will make a sincere effort to honor your wishes. Please allow up to four weeks to process your request. Proof of identity is required.
Safeguarding Personally Identifying Information
We aim to protect the personally identifying information you share with us. Omiio.org uses a variety of commercially available security technologies to protect your personally identifying information.
Bulletin boards, forums and/or newsgroups are also available to you on Omiio.org's web site. Please remember that any information that you provide in these areas becomes public and you should exercise caution in deciding to disclose it.
Disclosure to Third Parties
Under certain circumstances, personally identifying information may be given to Omiio.org business partners when we believe your business interests will be served. For instance, if we need to ship products to you, we will share your name and address with a carrier. Omiio.org will also release personally identifying information if compelled by law to do so. Otherwise, Omiio.org will not provide your personally identifying information to any third party outside the TI group of companies without your consent.
Children under the age of 13
The vast majority of Omiio.org does not target and is not intended for children under the age of 13. Omiio.org values the privacy needs of these children and encourages parents to be an active participant in their child's online activities and interests. We abide by the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) requirements. Omiio.org web sites that do not target children will not knowingly collect data from them. If we discover personal data from a child that has been provided through a Omiio.org website that is targeted to adults and older children, we will eliminate that data.