Privacy Policy

iCube Privacy Statement: Ollie Otter

Effective Date: July 10, 2020

Tennessee Tech University’s iCube values your privacy as you visit our website. 

This iCube Privacy Statement (“Privacy Statement”) covers our commitment to never collect, use, store, share, or disclose personal information we collect through this website, 


Please read the entire Privacy Statement.


This Privacy Statement answers the following questions:

  • What personal information does iCube collect and receive?
  • Why does iCube collect my personal information?
  • With whom does iCube share my personal information?
  • Will iCube ever modify its Privacy Statement?
  • How can I contact iCube about the Privacy Statement?

What personal information does iCube collect and receive?

Personal information is information that can potentially identify you as a specific individual. It includes your name, company name, address, telephone number, email address, location, and billing information. With the implementation of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this personal information includes both direct and indirect identification under the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. 


This iCube website does not offer users the option to register with personal information.



We, and our partners, use cookies and similar technologies to analyze trends, administer the website, track users’ movements around the website, and gather demographic information about our user base as a whole. Users can control the use of cookies at the individual browser level.


Log Files

We use Google Analytics to gather certain information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes the internet protocol (IP) address, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), and clickstream data. We do this to improve our services, marketing, analytics, or site functionality, and to authenticate users. Google assures their compliance with data protection laws on their Privacy page.  

Why does iCube utilize Google Analytics?

The information we gain through Google Analytics is used by iCube and its service providers to:

  • Analyze and resolve website and application problems;
  • Conduct market research and implement marketing strategies;
  • Understand the number and general location of users accessing our site.

With whom does iCube share my personal information?

iCube neither collects nor shares personal information via this website.

Will iCube modify its Privacy Statement?

We may change this Privacy Statement or related program specific addendums from time to time. If and/or when iCube makes changes to this Privacy Statement, the updated version will be posted in place of this statement. If we make any material changes, we will notify you by means of an announcement here.

How can I contact iCube regarding the Privacy Statement?

If you have questions or complaints regarding our privacy practices or policy, please contact us at, or Tennessee Tech University P.O. Box 5103, and identify the issue as such in your communication to iCube.



A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website.

These are some of the things we use cookies to do:

  • Remember your preferences
  • Improve our website by analyzing how visitors use it 

Legal Use of Cookies

iCube obtains consent to the use of cookies by showing a notification to visitors on their first visit to our website. In the notification, we include links to more information and the ability for visitors to control their cookie settings. Please note that this control is specific to the device and browser you are using and will be reset if you clear your cached cookies. 


Cookies used by iCube

iCube uses site browsing and analytics cookies. Learn more about these types of cookies and manage your site browsing cookie settings below.


Analytics cookies 

iCube uses these cookies to analyze how visitors use our site. We use this anonymous information to observe how our site is functioning to improve the user experience on our site. Analytics cookies collect aggregate statistics, not your personal information, and cannot be centrally disabled across all iCube sites. Applications such as Google Analytics allow administrators to choose their telemetry preferences.