Privacy Notice


University of Southern California respects rights to privacy, this statement shows forth the practices which are in operation in regard any information you provide or we obtain during your use of this website.


University of Southern California may require you to provide certain information to us, in order to enable us to provide a service to you and fulfil licensing transactions. Items of information you may be required to provide include, but are not limited to, your name, address, phone number and credit card number.



The information you have provided to us enables University of Southern California to complete transactions you request through our website. University of Southern California does not sell or rent information about its customers to third parties. University of Southern California may share contact information with its partners and or affiliates, to empower them to provide you with special benefits, promotions or offers from either University of Southern California and or its affiliates/partners, but only according to the customer’s permission.



Website membership


Once the University of Southern California website receives your registration information, you will not be required to enter any registration information again, except your user name and password (if browser cookies are not enabled, please see below). Otherwise the only information necessary to be re-entered is billing information (including credit card information)



Email and Account Details


Your email information will be used to send to you your initial account details, and transaction confirmations from our affiliate. Promotional material may also be sent via email; should you not wish to receive such information you have the right and the personal ability to change this by un-checking that option during registration or by revising your account details. You may also amend or remove account details through the same process.





Upon visiting the University of Southern California website, your computer downloads a small text file called a cookie. This small piece of information is stored on your web browser and can later be retrieved. The cookie cannot be read by any website other than University of Southern California that set up the cookie. Your web browser has the option for you to accept this file or not.


Cookies allow University of Southern California to recognize your registration details automatically and serve to make to your browsing experience more comfortable, by allowing you to carry out such operations as view your previous invoices and most recent searches.



Your surfing behaviour will not be examined before or after leaving the University of Southern California website.


Should you believe the above to be an untrue statement, believe University of Southern California has not followed the above policy, or you would like to be removed from our records, please contact us. We will make every effort to identify and correct any problem.





University of Southern California has a number of efficient security functions in place to protect the confidentiality of personal information given on our website. However, perfect security on the internet does not exist, and University of Southern California does not imply that its site is impenetrable or invulnerable to hackers.





University of Southern California maintains the stand that there are links to other sites on the University of Southern California website; they may be protected by their own privacy policies. University of Southern California has no control over the contents of these sites and will not be held responsible for any activity, loss or damage.





Neither University of Southern California nor its directors, employees, licensors, content providers, affiliates or other representatives unless specifically stated in these terms and conditions of use, privacy policy, elsewhere on this website or as other otherwise required by law are liable for any damages of any kind including, lost profits, direct, indirect, compensatory, consequential, exemplary, special, incidental, or punitive damages) arising by the client’s use of, the client’s inability to use, or the performance of University of Southern California's website or the content whether or not we have been advised of the possibility of such damages. You have the right to the information we hold on you for a small fee and are free to opt out at any point during a visit on the University of Southern California site.