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What information do we collect? How do we use it?
When you choose to provide information about yourself to us through our websites, we collect information such as: name, e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number. Information about you requested by us is used for the purpose stated on the web page where you provide the information.
To keep you informed (e.g., special events, symposia, seminars, school announcements, news), we might use personal information collected from our websites for future communications.
Additionally, like most websites, our sites automatically collect some information such as:
- the internet protocol (IP) address of your computer
- the names of the web pages you request
- the name of the web page which referred you to any of our sites
- information about the web browser you use
- the date and time you visit any of our sites.
This information could identify your computer or your internet service provider, but it does not identify you as an individual. It is collected to enable us to better understand usage patterns, and we use this information to improve the efficacy of our sites.
How can I opt out?
You can opt out of these analytics tracking services:
With whom do you share personally identifiable information?
How can I update or remove information I have submitted?
Contact Frank Farm.
About this statement
This privacy statement has been created and approved by the UCSF School of Pharmacy. Submit inquiries about this statement to Frank Farm.
Privacy policies elsewhere will differ
This privacy statement applies only to information gathered while visiting our websites. While browsing our websites, you might encounter links to other sites. UCSF School of Pharmacy is not responsible for the information practices of other sites.