That’s why protecting the privacy of your information is a top priority at CampusWire. We will not sell, disclose or trade any of your personal information to anyone not affiliated with CampusWire. That’s our promise to you. We will, however, disclose personally identifiable information to government officials and law enforcement agencies when it is required by law (e.g., in compliance with a subpoena or court order) or if we believe in good faith that such action is appropriate and necessary to protect and defend the rights of CampusWire, or to protect the safety of CampusWire users and the general public. And we reserve the right to transfer your personally identifiable information and other information to our successors in business and purchasers of CampusWire's assets. If at any point, you wish to opt out of our services, you may do so. When you opt out of one or more of our services, we may keep a record of your subscription. This is used for aggregate statistical analysis, and will never be disclosed.
CampusWire collects two types of information from users of this website: personal information, and non-personal information such as information about traffic patterns on thecampuswire.com.
Personal information is information that you knowingly supply to us. To register for our services you may be required to enter information such as: name, email address, billing address, phone number, billing information. We use this information to help identify you as well as provide you with better service. We may also use this information to contact you with information regarding our services.
We may collect non-personal information from you. Examples of this information may include your IP Address and other information gathered through our web logs and cookies. We use this data to help use determine how many visitors come to our website, how they navigate through the site, which browsers they use to visit the site, etc.
Whenever personally identifiable information is communicated between you and our website, we use the industry standard SSL (secure socket layer) protocol to ensure that this information is not intercepted by a third-party. This being said, due to the inherit unsecure nature of email, text messages, and phone calls, it is always a possibility that a third-party may intercept our communications. CampusWire cannot be held liable in the event that this occurs.
The CampusWire website may contain links to other websites. CampusWire cannot be responsible for the content or validity of the linked website. CampusWire cannot be responsible for the privacy policies of these external sites.