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JHUP Privacy Policy
Last updated May 31, 2018
Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) publishes books and journals, distributes books through Hopkins Fulfillment Services, and is a digital content disseminator of journals and books through Project MUSE. JHUP is committed to protecting your privacy and ensuring the integrity of the personal information you provide in order to access our products and services. We invite you to read our privacy policy to understand how we collect, use, and share your personal information.
1. Personal Information We Collect
The personal information that we collect is provided directly from your input, automatically through various web-based technologies, or through manual data entry. The type of personal information that we collect directly from your input varies depending upon the products or services that you may wish to access and can include the following:
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2. How We Use Your Information
JHUP uses the information that we collect for three main purposes, which are described in more detail below: (1) to operate our business and provide you with the products and services that you have opted to purchase or access, (2) to enhance our products or improve the services that we provide, and (3) to better respond to your comments or customer service requests.
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3. How We Share Your Information
We share your personal information with your consent or as required to fulfill an order for a product that you have purchased or a service request that you have authorized. For instance, when a payment is required to complete a purchase that you have initiated, we will share the payment data that you supplied with banks and other entities that process payment transactions and for fraud prevention and credit risk resolution.
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4. How to Access, Change, or Delete Your Information
You may access, review, and make corrections to or update your personal information at any time provided that you have an active account in our system(s) and authenticate as a registered user. You may also make choices concerning the collection and use of your data.
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5. Third Party Websites and International Data Transfer
Our business operations and the delivery of products and services sometimes requires that links be made available from this website to third party websites. Please refer to section 3, "How We Share Your Information," for more specifics. The privacy policies of these third party sites vary, and JHUP will not be held responsible for the uses of personal information collected by others including these third parties. You should also be aware that any personal information that you voluntarily disclose to other individuals or entities could be collected and distributed by others. JHUP takes no responsibility for this collection and dissemination.
6. Data Security and Information Storage
JHUP will take all reasonable precautions to protect your personal information against loss, theft, misuse, unauthorized access, alteration, or destruction by utilizing the appropriate administrative, physical, and technical security measures.
Your information, unless otherwise specified, is stored indefinitely. However, you have the right to request that your personal information be deleted from our system. Please refer to section 4, "How to Access, Change, or Delete Your Information," for instructions. Books account information is stored for a minimum of eighteen months to facilitate credit requests related to returned books.
7. Contact Us
Please send requests for a record of your personal information on file, requests to delete your personal information from our records, or questions regarding this privacy policy to:
Data Protection Officer
Johns Hopkins University Press
2715 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218-4363
The content that is published, distributed, and marketed by JHUP is intended for interested audiences and not specifically to individuals under the age of 16. Inquiries can be directed to:
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