The requirement applies to University education, research, patient care, and service areas (internal and external to the University).
The Online Privacy Statement and Website Terms and Conditions of Use best represent the University’s position regarding information privacy. The University will only recognize the statements contained within the Online Privacy Statement and Website Terms and Conditions of Use.
4. Are the Website Terms and Conditions of Use and Online Privacy Statement required on websites that are part of the uw.edu or washington.edu domain and involve other organizations or higher education institutions, such as research consortiums?
Yes. If either of the University Website Terms and Conditions of Use and Online Privacy Statement contradict the collection and use of information by such a group, it is your responsibility to identify the particular language creating the concern and present your findings to the Executive Head of the Major Organization to which the consortium members from the University report. The Executive Head is then responsible for presenting suggested language to Kirk Bailey, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), and Johnese Spisso, Chief Health System Officer, UW Medicine & Vice President Medicine, UW Medicine health system (UW Privacy Official). For additional information, contact the UW Office of the CISO at firstname.lastname@example.org or UW Medicine Compliance at email@example.com.
Please see the footer on the University homepage at www.washington.edu for examples of how to link to the Online Privacy Statement and Website Terms and Conditions of Use.
No. In the event that the Online Privacy Statement or Website Terms and Conditions of Use need to be revised or updated by the University, linking to one source will eliminate your need to update your department/unit’s individual webpages.
A clearly visible link to the Online Privacy Statement and Website Terms and Conditions of Use should be present on the webpage the user will leave to visit the external site. Please see the footer of the University homepage at www.washington.edu for an example of how to link to the documents.