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eInterview.org takes your privacy seriously. Please read this page for a detailed description of eInterview.org's privacy practices. (Note: Because eInterview.org is a partner site of Social Psychology Network, any use of eInterview.org indicates an acceptance of the Social Psychology Network User Policy. If you do not wish to accept this policy, please do not view any further web pages in eInterview.org.)

From time to time, eInterview.org may need to change its privacy statement because of changes in its practices. In such cases, eInterview.org will make a reasonable effort to publish any changes to this privacy statement.

What information does eInterview.org gather?

In order to use certain features of the eInterview.org web site, such as interactive online interviews, visitors are sometimes asked to provide their age, sex, email address, and other information. The choice of how much personal information you disclose is up to you. It is never mandatory for you to answer any question, although it may limit your ability to use certain features of eInterview.org.

In addition, eInterview.org relies on log analysis software to collect and analyze information about who has visited the web site. This information includes details such as the time of each page view, the country from which pages are being viewed, and the general domain of visitors' IP addresses (e.g., .edu, .com, .org). By tracking this information, eInterview.org is able to improve its service based on the amount and type of web traffic that each of its features receives.

How does eInterview.org use personal information?

eInterview.org has never shared information about individual visitors with a third party, and there are no plans to do so in the future. The information eInterview.org collects and analyzes is for in-house purposes only, to enhance the web site and to advance understanding about interview topics.

Please note, however, that eInterview.org reserves the right to monitor and disclose to government or law enforcement officials, without your consent, any communications and personally identifiable information, whenever prompted to do so by legal authorities, even when you have requested that your information not be disclosed to third parties.

What is eInterview.org's commitment to data security?

eInterview.org is strongly committed to data security. For example, eInterview.org uses a secure (https) server to protect the confidentiality of interview answers, stores email addresses separately from interview data, and has a strict policy of limiting database access to authorized personnel only.

Does eInterview.org use cookies?

No. "Cookies" give users a unique ID by storing small text files onto a user's computer hard drive. None of eInterview.org's features rely on the use of cookies.

Are there online risks?

Whenever you visit a web site, there are risks that unauthorized third parties (e.g., computer hackers) may capture information from your visit. eInterview.org cannot prevent or take responsibility for these actions. You should not share any information that you wish to keep private.

How can I contact eInterview.org if I have further questions or concerns?

If you have any further questions or concerns, you may contact eInterview.org through its Contact Us form. eInterview.org will make an effort to respond promptly and resolve any problem brought to its attention.

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