Privacy Policy

Collection and Use of Personal Information

UML uses the personal information we collect about you in furtherance of our mission and activities. Categories of such use would be:

  • To engage, interact and communicate with you regarding UML, our mission, partners, events, and projects;
  • To create, share, maintain, improve and promote UML initiatives and services;
  • To host collaborative working groups, and provide access to materials and subject matter communications to contributors and group stakeholders;
  • To provide plans and information regarding our meetings, announcements, events and member benefits;
  • To send promotional outreach and announcements to you if you have chosen to receive such communication. Please note that you have the right to withdraw or change your preferences for marketing communications at anytime;
  • To enable and facilitate your visits to our website(s) and better understand and improve our web pages, features and content including information from and about your visit such as the device used, your operating system, IP addresses or browser type and version.



UML takes appropriate measures to protect the personal information entrusted to us and treat it securely in accordance with this Statement. We implement physical, administrative, and technical safeguards designed to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. Although we implement these and other controls designed to protect your personal information, it is impossible to guarantee against every security compromise.



When you visit or navigate through our website, we may collect analytics and other data from your browsing session through cookies, web beacons and similar tracking technologies. Cookies are generally small data files stored on your device that enable us to analyze trends, save your information and preferences, and track activity or interactions with our websites. Cookies enable us to save your personal information and preferences and to improve your overall browsing experience. Similarly, web beacons (also known as gifs, pixels or tracking tags) are electronic images that we may use on our website or emails to, for example, determine effectiveness, information delivery or understand usage.



This Statement may be updated from time to time to reflect our changing membership, regulatory or operational requirements. We encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on our privacy practices. When we make changes, we will revise the date at the top of this Statement or notify you through an announcement or email communications.



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