Privacy

The Yale Visual Law Project recognizes the importance of protecting the information that we collect from users of the Yale Visual Law Project website. We take reasonable steps to protect the information you provide us from theft, alteration or unauthorized inspection, and we will only use it in accordance with the terms of this Privacy Policy.

We may contract with third parties to manage and optimize our site. Among other functions provided, they may use “cookies” to store pertinent user information during a session. A cookie is a unique bit of computer code that is placed on your computer the first time you visit our site. It tells us when a computer that has previously visited our site returns, and it identifies your computer’s browser and operating system to help us make the best connection. If you would prefer not to receive any cookies, most browsers can be set to refuse cookies or to alert you when one is being sent. It is possible, however, that some portions of this site may not function properly if the cookies are disabled.

In addition, when you log in to submit a comment in our discussion, you must register and submit certain personal information. Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable, like your name, address, email address, or phone number, and that is not otherwise publicly available. We may use this information for the limited purpose of informing you about upcoming services, events, publications and the like. We may also share this information about you with selected third parties, whose products or services we believe may be of interest to you.

The Yale Visual Law Journal reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy without notice to users of or visitors to our site.

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