NEBHE Privacy Policy

Overview
Your privacy is important to the New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE), and we are committed to respecting that privacy. This statement describes the personal information practices for the NEBHE website, including what type of information is gathered and tracked, how the information is used, and with whom the information is shared.

Personal Information
In general, you can visit the NEBHE website without telling us who you are and without revealing any personal information about yourself.

In using specific features of the site, such as the publication ordering function, you will be asked to give us personal information, such as your name or e-mail address, that will be needed to (for example) correspond with you, process an order, or provide you with a subscription. Aside from aggregating data, with all personal information removed, to allow us to check on our own performance, it is our intent that your personal information will be used only to fulfill the request(s) you make of us, and to allow us to contact you if there are any problems with your request. We will not exchange or sell your email address to third parties.

Information Security and Quality
We intend to protect the integrity of your personal information. To do this, we have implemented appropriate technical and organizational measures to help us keep your information secure, accurate, current, and complete. We will make a sincere effort to respond in a timely manner to your requests to correct inaccuracies in your personal information, to remove personal information you do not want stored, or to answer any questions you may have about our use of your information.

Information Gathered through Cookies and Other Technologies
In general, you can use the NEBHE website in all ways without using the technology known as "cookies." A cookie is a short identifier, stored on your computer, that a site may use to identify you when you make return visits to it. The features of the NEBHE website were designed to work without cookies, so if you turn them off, you may still browse, search, and order publications at our site.

We may collect anonymous information from visits to the NEBHE website to help us provide better customer service and a better customer experience. For example, we keep track of the domains from which people visit, and we measure aggregate user activity on the NEBHE website, but we do so in ways that keep user's personal identity and information anonymous. NEBHE or the analytic vendors it selects may use this data to analyze site usage trends and statistics, to help us improve our site.

When we collect personal data from you in connection with a transaction (an order, e-mail request, etc.) we may extract some information about that transaction in an anonymous format and combine it with other anonymous information such as clickstream data. This anonymous information is used and analyzed only at an aggregate level to help us understand trends and patterns in our site's usage.

Business Relationships
The NEBHE website may contain links to other websites. NEBHE is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these websites.

Questions Regarding this Statement
Any questions regarding this statement or our privacy policies should be directed to the NEBHE site manager at:

Daren Follweiler
The New England Board of Higher Education
45 Temple Place
Boston, MA 02111
dfollweiler[at]nebhe.org

Disclaimers and Limitation of Liability
This Privacy Policy is not intended to confer any legal rights nor is it intended as a guarantee, representation or warranty to any person or entity using NEBHE's website (see NEBHE Terms and Conditions, paragraph V. DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY)

By visiting and using the NEBHE website, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy. This privacy statement was last updated on April 2, 2010.

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