Date Published: 06-15-2012
Blackboard Collaborate Voice Authoring makes use of the following cookie and related technologies for the described purposes below. These disclosures are made consistent with Blackboard privacy policies and regulations such as the EU Privacy directive. For more information visit our Privacy Center at http://www.blackboard.com/footer/privacy-center.aspx.
A cookie is a file issued from a website, Internet based application, or Internet delivered content to a end user’s connected device (e.g. web browser, smartphone, etc). Cookies may be used to uniquely identify a user. They may be used to track individual preferences and other information about a web user. Blackboard products use this technology to provide secure learning experiences, track usage and manage application performance. Third party content may be embedded on pages within Blackboard products. This third party content may include cookies from the content issuer. See third party cookies (below) for more details.
How this product obtains end user consent for cookies
A visitor connecting to the website that hosts this product will be issued cookies that are strictly necessary for security and application performance.
(Note: the following is not yet accurate.) This product will provide the user with a dialogue box which informs the user that the cookie is being set and obtains the users consent to the cookie. After the user has reviewed the notice and accepted the cookie, the user may continue to use the software product. The user may not use the product without accepting the cookies.
First party cookies and related technologies
Used by the Voice Server manager UI to track the user's session and maintain authentication between HTTP requests. This session cookie expires when the user's browser is closed, or after a period of inactivity. This cookie is not set or used when accessing Voice through applets embedded in a third-party system (Learn, Moodle, etc).
Third party cookies
Blackboard Data Sharing: Description & Purpose
See Weather.com for details
The weather module may be made available or selected by students within a Community Tab pages. This module contains a remote image that sets cookies for tracking usage. his information may be combined with other visits to Weather.com. A user may fill out a web form that directs to Weather.com. This form will disclose and store Zip code and location information to Weather.com
See Google Privacy Policies
YouTube may track users based on Flash cookies. Viewing pages containing YouTube videos will result in tracking by YouTube subject to Google privacy policies including the page which contained the YouTube Video.
Google & Google.com
Storage of user preferences and personal information
Users Preferences and Personal Information Stored Locally on your Computer or Terminal Device
This application does not store user preferences and / or personal information on the terminal device or computer that accesses this product.
Users Preferences and Personal Information Stored On the Remote Server Supporting this Application [Use Example below]
Potential for Disclosure
User Directory Information
System Administrators may disable the user directory tool. End Users may modify the information disclosed from with in the options under “Personal Information”
System administrators and instructors may disable the course roster tool from individual courses or the entire Blackboard Learn application.
User Contributed Materials
Tests, Discussion Board Postings, Assignments, and other materials uploaded to the software
Information may be shared with instructors, other course members and guests to the course consistent with the individual configuration settings of the course and instructor.
Requesting removal of private information
To remove stored materials from this service contact your local institution.
Tracking of activities and usage
This software monitors your usage as your interact with it. This information is collected and shared consistent with the privacy policies noted above. The laws governing such a disclosure vary, depending on where the server is stored and the application is being used. You are advised to consult counsel of our choice regarding applicable laws and regulations. Blackboard may attempt to limit the disclosure of this information consistent with Blackboard’s legal advice and our privacy policies.