Information Gathering (“Cookies”)
We use IP addresses (the Internet address of your computer) to help diagnose problems with our servers and to administer our web site. For example, we employ statistical software to identify that parts of our web site are most heavily used and which portion of our audience comes from within the Adler University network. However, we do not link IP addresses to any identifiable individual.
Like many other web sites, portions of Adler University’s web site may use messages given by web browsers to web servers, commonly known as “cookies”, which can be used to provide you with tailored information from a web site. A cookie is an element of data that a web site can send to your browser, which may then be stored on your computer system. This element of data is a piece of text, not a program.
The site can only access the information from a cookie sent by the web site. We cannot access other cookies sent by other web sites or the information contained therein. Additionally, we cannot learn your e-mail address or any other information about you through the use of a cookie. The only way the University would learn such information is if you specifically submit that information.
You may decline to accept cookies sent by the web site by selecting an option on your browser to reject cookies. Other sites linked to the web site may also send cookies; however the university does not control such activities. If you decline a cookie, you may not be viewing the Website in a way in which it was designed to optimally be presented.