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Privacy Policy

The faculty, staff, and students of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) are concerned about your privacy. Information collected on our site will be used for internal purposes, and will not be shared with other organizations. We do not use cookies of any sort on our web pages, but we may collect and use other types of information:

Page Request Information: The HCIL web site resides on the server operated by the University of Maryland's Department of Computer Science ( ). Like other web servers, this software keeps records for each page requests that we occassionally analyze to understand usage of our web site, and to guide site redesign. IP addresses and computer names are never used to identify individual users. This information is used internally by faculty, staff, and students of the University of Maryland, and is not exchanged with third parties.

Name and Address Information: We maintain a database of names and addresses (email and paper mail) of people who may be interested in hearing about new and upcoming events, publications, or other items of interest. Names on this list come from either registration for lab events, requests for materials, or requests for other information. We do not share this list with organizations outside of the HCIL, although we have done so in the past. We will be glad to remove your name from your list if you send email to

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please feel free to contact us at

Last Modified, 8 May 2001

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