Your privacy while using the UCSB Library and its services is an important part of your intellectual and academic freedom. UCSB is supported in protecting your privacy by national and state-level laws as well as through University of California and campus policies.
Please be aware that information or files transferred via the Internet or stored on Internet-accessible computers may be vulnerable. We urge you to use caution and follow accepted Internet safety guidelines. See the Internet Crime Complaint Center for basic tips, or the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse for more detailed information.
Links to other sites
To guard against unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and promote the correct use of information, we have implemented physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
While we consider these measures reasonable, we can give no guarantee that they will always protect against invalid access or improper activity. For this reason, we avoid keeping information beyond the term of its primary use, and where possible we encrypt or delete data elements that might cause activities to be linked to individual users.
A "cookie" is information stored on your workstation by a web server and used to customize your web service in some way. UCSB Library webservers do not use cookie technology and do not place cookies on the workstations of our users. Some databases use temporary cookies; the UCSB Library, however, does not retain these cookies.
Online or email reference
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, please click on the feedback form by clicking on the Contact Us link at the bottom of any library webpage.