User IDs and passwords submitted through TTAC Online are encrypted before transmission across the network and stored in a secure environment. Information that we do retain includes:
- Routing information logs to aid law enforcement agencies if hackers attempt to breach security.
- Transaction routing information for statistical summaries to assess site content and server performance; data is shared with educational partners.
Users are not required to provide any information to our website, but the site will not work without routing information and essential technical information. If a browser cannot or will not provide nonessential technical information, some site features will not work. If certain optional information is not available, some features or services will not be functional as a result.
Links to Outside Sites
Some TTAC Online web pages have many links to sites outside the ttaconline.org domain. TTAC Online is not responsible for the privacy practices of any outside site. Users should read the individual policy statements of each website when they leave the TTAC Online website.
What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are placed on your computer or mobile device that allow us to collect certain information whenever you visit our website or interact with our services. They are used in order to make our websites work properly or more efficiently, as well as recognize you when you return to our website later.
TTAC Online and authorized third-party service providers collect information about users’ activities and experiences while visiting the TTAC Online website.
TTAC Online, sponsored by Virginia Department of Education (VDOE), is committed to providing web content that is accessible to all – including people with disabilities – and to meeting or exceeding all state and national accessibility standards. If you need assistance with accessibility, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 703-993-4496.