Privacy Policy

Updated 9/19/18

The National HR in Hospitality Conference produced by Cornell University is committed to protecting your privacy. The following privacy notices describes what information we collect from you when you visit www.hrinhospitality.com and how we use this information. Please read this Privacy Policy carefully so that you understand our privacy practices.

Information that is collected

We automatically collect certain information from you when you visit www.hrinhospitality.com. This data is used in conjunction with Google Analytics to gather metrics on site usage. The information we collect is not linked to anything that identifies you as an individual. Your session will be tracked but you will remain anonymous as a user. As part of Google Analytics, we also gather device and browser-related information.

Additionally, we may collect registration information that is voluntarily supplied by visitors to this site who register for the conference, request information about the program or its affiliated events.

This site also includes links to other websites hosted by third parties. When you access any such website from this site, use of any information you provide will be governed by the privacy policy of the operator of the site you are visiting.

How we use your information

We use gathered information to track user trends and site usage with the goal of improving our visitors’ experience and optimizing our website. We also use the information to administer this website and prevent abuse.

Sales data is used internally for tracking the revenue-generation of the conference and the efficacy of certain ad campaigns (Google ads, Facebook ads, etc). We may assign an arbitrary number to each shopping cart and use that number in our purchase records. Payment method (credit card numbers, account numbers, etc.) are not stored as part of this tracking data.

Cookies

Our websites may use cookies to keep you logged into secure areas of the website and/or to keep track of your preferences as you interact with certain services. You may disable cookies in your browser, however, our websites may not work properly if you do so.

Protecting your information

No method of transmitting over the internet or storing electronic data is 100% secure, but this site has measures in place to help protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of the information that is under our control.

For more information, please visit the Cornell University’s Privacy Notice page.

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