Effective Starting Date: June 5, 2016
We're grateful for your confidence and trust in TheHarvard.com’s websites and we also want to be precise on your online privacy matters in relation to our websites.
TheHarvard.com treats user privacy as a serious issue even when our user data only comprises of email addresses you have used to communicate with us or through our newsletters. We pledge to retain all user records only for our use in facilitating communication. TheHarvard.com does not disclose user information to third parties at all. In the event of opting out of any correspondence all user data of a de-registered user is deleted. TheHarvard.com does not spam nor endorse any of such practices.
TheHarvard.com's links from other websites
Other websites may create links to TheHarvard.com’s website. TheHarvard.com is not responsible for the content or privacy practices employed by outside websites that link to our website. These outside websites not owned by TheHarvard.com are beyond our control and responsibility.
Third party companies, like Google, that TheHarvard.com’s website uses to serve advertisements set and access their temporary cookies on your computer. These are reputable companies that we also trust to transact with and trust that they also abide by strict privacy policies. Cookies need not be of any concern when they are from reputable websites because they normally serve webmasters and IT administrators to measure their website visitor progress and trends. Cookies are used by nearly all websites, including email providers for various benchmarks. For basic information about cookies please read a “Cookies FAQ” article at (Click here) Microsoft.com
If you have any questions or comments about TheHarvard.com's Privacy Statement, or for some reason believe we have not adhered to our statement, please contact us.
We greatly value your input and association to TheHarvard.com and therefore work hard to go the extra mile of safeguarding your privacy interests.