Privacy policy

Collect, use and store information automatically:
When visiting the website of the General Authority of Ports  , the Authority may store some or all of the following: the IP address through which access to , the date, time and name of the site through which access to the location of the authority, in addition to the name of the file or words, searched for, the browser and the operating system used.
This information is used to measure the number of visitors to various sections of the site, and to determine the performance of the system or problems that may occur on the site. It may also be used to help the authority develop the site and analyze usage patterns, making the site more useful. This information is not used to associate search terms or site navigation patterns with users. The Authority may provide such information to a third party for research analysis. The Authority will ensure that the Visitor's data is not shared for advertising, marketing or any other commercial purpose.

Site Protection:
To ensure the security of the site and the availability of this service to all users, the site may employ some commercial software to monitor the traffic on the network to identify illegal attempts to upload information or change or cause any damage. Except for law enforcement investigations, no further efforts are made to identify users or their habits of use. Data logs will therefore not be used for any other cases where they are saved or disposed of in a regular order by national archives regulations and guidelines in record management. Illegal attempts to upload or change information on the TRA's website or databases are also strictly prohibited and punishable under national laws.

The Authority may store cookies on your computer when you visit the Authority's website, as cookies are part of the data that uniquely identifies you as a user. It can also be used to improve your knowledge of the site and better understand the user base of this site. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies. You can also re-setup your browser to deny all cookies or to alert when cookies are sent.
Please note that some services that are displayed on this portal may not work correctly if you refuse cookies. The TRA may link the information we store in cookies to any personally identifying information it provides on its website.

External links:
External links available on the Authority's website do not belong to the General Authority for Ports and are managed by other public or private institutions. Therefore, it follows the privacy and security policies of those responsible for them, and the General Authority of Ports is not accountable for them.
Media and social networking sites:
The General Authority of Ports does not collect any personal information through its websites on the social networks and the media, which is managed by the Authority to exchange information and deal with the public.
Protection of personal information:
Personal information that the Commission may request or gather for any purpose other than to serve users and respond to their requests will not be used. The personal information collected by the Authority shall be limited to what the user decides to give by requesting publications or subscribing to the e-mail services of the Authority. In addition to the preceding, all personal information provided through certain functions of the Site, such as filling out the Contact Us form, will only be used to respond to requests, inquiries, and assistance to obtain the requested information.