Privacy Policy

Effective learning environments require an atmosphere of trust and respect for the intellectual property rights of educators and fellow learners. To ensure the integrity and confidentiality of class materials, Kingship Technologies has implemented the following policy prohibiting the recording of class materials.

1. Prohibition on Recording: Recording, in any form or medium, of class lectures, presentations, discussions, or any other class materials is strictly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, audio recording, video recording, screen capture, and photography.

2. Intellectual Property Rights: The class materials provided by instructors are protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. The unauthorized recording, reproduction, or distribution of class materials infringes upon these rights and is strictly prohibited.

3. Confidentiality and Privacy: The class materials discussed and presented during class may contain sensitive, confidential, or personal information. Maintaining the confidentiality and privacy of this information is crucial. Recording class materials without proper authorization increases the risk of unauthorized disclosure or misuse of this information and is strictly prohibited.

4. Enforcement and Consequences: Violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action, which may include, but is not limited to, class penalties, loss of access to class materials, and other appropriate measures as determined by the Instructors at Kingship Technologies. In addition, legal action may be pursued to protect the intellectual property rights of the instructors and the school.

5. Acknowledgment: By participating in our courses, all students acknowledge and agree to comply with this policy regarding the prohibition on recording class materials. We believe that adhering to this policy will foster an environment of trust, respect, and integrity. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this policy, please contact Kindship Technologies administration for further clarification.

Refund Policy

1. No Refund Policy: Payments made for these courses are final and we do not offer refunds for any services. Once a purchase of our courses is made, it is considered non-refundable.

By making a purchase of one of our courses from Kingship technologies you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agreed to this refund policy.

Ethical Conduct

At Kingship Technologies we are committed to promoting ethical conduct, responsible use of technology, and maintaining a safe and secure learning environment. To ensure the appropriate use of class materials and prevent any misuse that may harm others, the following policy prohibits the use of class materials for hacking or any unauthorized activities:

1. Prohibition on Hacking and Unauthorized Activities: Students are strictly prohibited from using any class materials, knowledge, or resources obtained during their coursework for engaging in hacking, unauthorized access, or any illegal activities. This includes, but is not limited to, attempting to gain unauthorized access to computer systems, networks, or personal accounts; distributing malware or malicious software; and any activities that compromise the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of information systems.

2. Ethical Use of Knowledge: Students are expected to apply the knowledge gained from class materials in an ethical and responsible manner. It is essential to respect the privacy and security of others, comply with applicable laws and regulations, and adhere to the code of conduct and acceptable use policies.

3. Awareness and Education: Kingship technologies will strive to create awareness and provide education regarding the responsible use of technology, cybersecurity best practices, and the potential consequences of hacking or unauthorized activities. This may include training sessions, or incorporating relevant topics into the curriculum to ensure students understand the importance of ethical behavior.

4. Compliance with Laws and Regulations: All students must comply with applicable local, national, and international laws, regulations, and policies related to computer security, hacking, and unauthorized activities. Any violation of these laws or regulations will be treated seriously and may result in legal consequences at the state level.

By participating in our course, all students acknowledge and agree to comply with this policy regarding the prohibition on using course materials for hacking or engaging in unauthorized activities.