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Learning, Collaboration & Retention
Date Published: 8-16-2013 Versions: 10.x.x, 11.x.x, 12.0.0
Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing 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/privacy/
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This application generates recordings and attendance data that is stored in SAS. See the SAS Cookie and Privacy disclosure for details.
To remove stored materials from this service contact your local institution.
This software tracks participants joining and leaving classroom sessions, including the display name in the session, and the IP address of the connecting terminal. 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.