ADR CENTER respects your privacy. We do not collect personally identifiable information about you unless you voluntarily provide it, such as when you provide email contact information to subscribe to the ADR CENTER email list newsletter, send feedback to ADR CENTER, register for one of ADR CENTER’s courses or respond to a survey. If you voluntarily provide your email address or other contact information, we might also use it to inform you of changes to ADR CENTER, to survey you about your use or opinion of ADR CENTER, or to ask for your support. At your request, we will remove your contact information from our files.
We do not make your contact information or any other personally identifiable information available to anyone outside ADR CENTER or its service providers (who use the information only for authorized ADR CENTER purposes) unless we are legally required to do so.
In addition to the above, we collect certain anonymous (non-personally identifiable) information to help us improve the ADR CENTER web site and to evaluate the access and use of ADR CENTER materials and the impact of ADR CENTER on the worldwide educational community:
We collect information you provide about your use of and satisfaction with ADR CENTER through email you send us, through the ADR CENTER feedback form, and through ADR CENTER surveys, whether or not you voluntarily include your contact information.
We may use web analysis tools that are built into the ADR CENTER web site to measure and collect anonymous session information.
We also use “cookies” to improve your ADR CENTER web experience and to collect anonymous information about how you use ADR CENTER. However, cookies are not required for ADR CENTER use. If your browser is configured not to accept cookies, you will still be able to access ADR CENTER and its content.
When we report information about ADR CENTER access, use, and impact, we report aggregate, non-personally identifiable data. Occasionally, we report quoted feedback from users. We do not attribute feedback to specific individuals unless we obtain permission to use that person’s name along with the feedback.