The Center for WorkLife Law, U.C. Hastings College of the Law, and its affiliates and partners respect the privacy of its visitors. The Center for WorkLife Law Gender Bias website does not collect any personal information through the website without the knowledge of the visitor.
The following process explains our information gathering and disseminating practices at The Center for WorkLife Law Gender Bias website. Please read this information so that you can feel comfortable about participating in our community.
Our Web server collects the IP address, operating system and browser software used by our visitors. An IP address (which is different than an email address) can tell us the user’s Internet service provider and based on that, can suggest the geographic location of the connection. e also collect information about which pages are visited, the order in which they were viewed, and which hyperlinks were clicked. This information helps us evaluate the effectiveness of various parts of the site.
Within The Center for WorkLife Law Gender Bias website, you may be asked to provide certain information about yourself such as your name, position, employer, address, email address, and phone number.
By providing any personal information to this Site, you fully understand and unambiguously consent to the collection and processing of such information in any country.
How The Center for WorkLife Law Gender Bias Website Uses Your Information
This personal information will be used to process orders and to contact you regarding technical updates, special new content and upcoming events.
Who The Center for WorkLife Law Shares Your Information With
At our discretion, your information may be shared with the community of The Center for WorkLife Law Gender Bias website visitors in the form of a testimonial. If you request to be anonymous, we share your information with no one.