Website Privacy Statement
Emory Law is committed to protecting your personal information and respecting your privacy. In general you can visit our Web site without telling us who you are or revealing information about yourself. Some Web sites covered by this policy may request personal information from you in order to complete a form or transaction. Your information will only be used to execute or assist you with your request, and will be provided to other parties only as necessary to complete your transaction. Applicant and prospective student information is used for internal statistical reporting. Emory Law will not provide any of your personal information to third parties without your permission, unless compelled by law or court order to do so, and will not sell any personal information to third parties for purposes of marketing, advertising, or promotion. Emory Law uses various methods to collect certain other kinds of information including cookies, referrers, IP addresses, and system information.
Cookies: Cookies are small snippets of data passed from a Web site to your PC as you browse the Web that can be transferred back to the original site or domain with future requests from your browser. Cookies can be used in a variety of ways, including ways that have privacy implications, such as tracking your previous activities at a particular site. Most browsers allow you to choose not to accept cookies. Choosing to accept cookies, however, enables some online services to work more efficiently or makes the use of services more convenient.
Referrers: A referrer is the information passed along by a Web browser that references the Web URL you linked from. Our Web server automatically gathers this information. Emory Law uses this information for site statistical analysis. Emory Law will not use this information to attempt to identify your personal information.
IP Addresses: Your computer uses IP addresses every time you connect to the Internet. Computers on the network use your IP address to identify your computer so that data, such as the Web pages you request, can be sent to you. Our Web server automatically gathers them. Emory Law uses this information for site statistical analysis. Emory Law will not use your IP address to attempt to identify your personal information.
System Information: System information includes time, type of Web browser being used, the operating system or platform, and CPU speed. Your Web browser sends this information automatically when you are connected to a Web site. This information is used by Emory Law to identify broad demographic statistics and may be used to provide information appropriate for your computer system. Emory Law will not use this information to attempt to identify your personal information.
Security: While no system can provide guaranteed security, we take reasonable efforts to keep information you provide to us secure, including encryption technology, and physical security at the location of the server where information is stored.
Links to Other Sites: The Emory University School of Law website includes hyperlinks to sites maintained or controlled by others. Emory Law is not responsible for and does not routinely screen, approve, review, or endorse the contents of or use of any of the products or services that may be offered at this or any other Web site. We advise you to review the individual privacy policies of the respective sites.
Email Unsubscribe If you no longer wish to receive a specific newsletter, follow the "unsubscribe" instructions located near the bottom of each newsletter. To unsubscribe from future e-mail communications, please email communications(at)law.emory.edu.
Pixels or Transparent GIF files: To help us tailor our follow-up to your specific situation or request, our advertiser uses pixels, or transparent GIF files, in managing online advertising. These GIF files are provided by our ad management partner, DoubleClick. These files enable DoubleClick to recognize a unique cookie on your Web browser, which in turn enables us to learn which advertisements bring users to our website. The cookie was placed by us, or by another advertiser who works with DoubleClick. With both cookies and Spotlight technology, the information that we collect and share is anonymous and not personally identifiable. It does not contain your name, address, telephone number, or email address. For more information about DoubleClick, including information about how to opt out of these technologies, go to http://www.doubleclick.net/us/corporate/privacy.
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