We are committed to respecting and protecting your privacy.

Last updated: February 2013


We are committed to respecting and protecting your privacy.

This Privacy Policy sets out the measures taken by us, The Nigeria Centenary Celebration Committee, to protect your privacy when you use our website at www.nigeriacentenary.com.ng and other domains, microsites or web pages maintained by or on behalf of us or any other official Nigeria Centenary Celebration organisations (collectively, the ‘Site').

We explain below the way in which we collect and use your information and personal data. By using the Site, you consent to the use (including transfer) of such information as described below.

What information do we collect and how do we collect it?

When you visit the Site, our web servers automatically collect certain data that your web browser sends whenever you visit any website, such as your IP (Internet Protocol) address and information relating to which pages have been viewed (for example, using cookies as described further below).

When you use the Site, we collect information voluntarily submitted by you (for example, via the preference centre) such as your email address and any other contact details submitted by you and any optional services selected by you (for example, whether you have chosen to receive emails about certain topics of interest to you). If you contact us (either by email or via the contact centre), we may keep a record of that correspondence.

In the course of using the Site as a registered user, you may choose to upload or post private information on public areas of the Site in the form of content and accompanying information. Any such content or information is not considered information that is subject to this Privacy Policy. This is dealt with by the Site's terms and conditions.

Information provided to us by children

We are strongly committed to protecting the online privacy of children. In particular, we will not send email communications directly promoting merchandise to any person under 18. We encourage parents and guardians to monitor their children's use of the internet. Where a child is providing us with information, it is the responsibility of each parent or guardian to supervise them.


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