This is how we will handle information we learn about you from your visit to our website. The information we receive depends upon what you do when visiting our site.
If you visit our site to read or download information, such as brochures, newsletters or press releases:
We collect and store only the following information about you: the name of the domain from which you access the Internet (for example, aol.com, if you are connecting from an America Online account, or princeton.edu if you are connecting from Princeton University's domain); the date and time you access our site; and the Internet address of the website from which you linked directly to our site. We do not store any personal identifiers. This information is not stored in any particular fashion, but is part of a systems log file.
For site management, information is collected for statistical purposes. Our system utilizes software programs that create summary statistics, which are then used for such purposes as assessing what information is of most and least interest, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas. We use the information we collect to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of our site, and to help us make our site more useful to visitors. This information is only used internally, does not contain personal identifiers, and will only be used for internal management purposes.
If you identify yourself by sending an E-mail, filling out a registration form, or questionnaire:
You also may decide to send us personally-identifying information, for example, in an electronic mail (e-mail) message. We use personally-identifying information from consumers in various ways to further our customer's protection and to provide better service. This may be to correct broken links that you have identified or provide additional information that you have requested. See Talk to Us to learn what can happen to the information you provide us when you send us e-mail or fill out a registration form or questionnaire. Any information that we collect via a registration form or questionnaire may be subject to disclosure, but will be handled in accordance with the requirements of the Privacy Act and the Freedom of Information Act to ensure the greatest protection of personal privacy in the face of any required disclosure.
We want to be very clear: We will not obtain personally-identifying information about you when you visit our site, unless you choose to provide such information to us.
If you have any questions or comments about the information presented here, please forward them to us:
TALK TO US:
You can contact us by postal mail, telephone, or electronic mail. You may fill out a registration form or questionnaire. Before you do, there are a few things you should know.
The material you submit may be seen by various people. We may enter the information you send into our electronic database created for certain programs, such as services we provide or future education events we feel you may also be interested in. This information may be used to determine how to better serve our customers or obtain feedback on services you’d like to see us provide, how we are doing, or obtain comments. This information will not be sold to any other organization.
On occasion, a speaker or sponsor for an education event asks us for a list of attendees and we provide the requested information. If you do not want your personal information to be provided, please let us know at the time of registration for the event.
Any information that we collect via a registration form or questionnaire may be subject to disclosure, but will be handled in accordance with the requirements of the Privacy Act and the Freedom of Information Act to ensure the greatest protection of personal privacy in the face of any required disclosure.
Also, e-mail is not necessarily secure against interception. If your communication is very sensitive, or includes personal information like your bank account, charge card, or social security number, you might want to send it by postal mail instead.
Last Modified October 31, 2010