Rights & Privacy

Designed by:

Tyler D. Morris

Property Rights

This website for the Pride Alliance at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is NOT affiliated with the University. The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford is NOT responsible for the content of this website.

Unless otherwise described in the HTML/CSS comments, all markup is the property and work of Tyler D Morris.

All images released in the photo gallery are the property of the Pride Alliance at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Unless otherwise stated, the Pride Alliance, reserves all rights to the images and they may not be copied or distributed except by members of the organization. Tyler D Morris holds all rights to the images posted on the linked Flickr page.

The convocation videos are the property of the Pride Alliance at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Feel free to share the links to the videos, but you may not copy or otherwise distribute the videos.

The header images are the property of Pride Alliance and should not be copied, edited, or distributed.

Please obtain permission to use any of our website material by first contacting us through the Contact page.

Privacy

This website may employ the use of Google Analytics to track users while they're on this website. The information is anonymized and is not connected to the end user in any way. The data visible to the administrator is completely anonymized and aggregrated.

Any information you provide through our contact form is used only to reply to you. If you do not enter an email address and wish to stay anonymous we will have no way of replying to your feedback or message. While we try our best to protect your privacy, any information submitted through our contact form will be emailed to the webmaster who may then keep the information private or choose to forward it to an advisor or other executive board member as necessary to answer questions or otherwise reply to the end user.

Our contact form is run by a company called Formspree. In response to privacy, this is their policy:

We only store contents of the last 100 form submissions and delete the rest. Emails are sent using SendGrid's API, so on that end their privacy policies apply.