Web sites or electronic means that collect individually identifiable information must provide a privacy statement.
The statement must be clear and easily accessible, and should cover the Federal Trade Commission's five core principles of privacy : notice, consent, access, security, and enforcement.
Web sites that collect individually identifiable information and provide services to children 12 and under may also be required to comply with provisions of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. Web sites conducting online research with human subjects are required to follow the provisions of the university's Human Subjects Review Board Policy Manual.
Websites that collect information may wish to include a link to the University Copyright, Legal, and Privacy Statement and the University Submissions Policy.