Use of Internet Protocol Addresses and Cookies
ARVO collects the Internet Protocol (IP) address of all computers that access our website to measure website traffic. This information is not used to determine the identity of a particular Web user except in the case of illicit activity.
Cookies, or small pieces of data stored on a user’s computer by ARVO.org, are used for simplifying user login and aiding in navigation of the ARVO.org website. No personal information is stored in cookies from ARVO.org
ARVO.org contains links to other external websites that are outside ARVO’s purview. ARVO is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of external web sites.
ARVO reserves the right, but not the obligation, to monitor the content or materials that are posted by third parties onto this site or materials that are emailed by third parties to any other persons that may be archived or in any other way maintained within this site. ARVO reserves the right, but not the obligation, to maintain editorial control over any and all third party content posted to this site.
Changes to the ARVO.org Privacy Statement
ARVO reserves the right to modify or change the ARVO.org Privacy Statement. Changes to the Privacy Statement will be posted under the Disclaimer and Privacy link on the ARVO.org website.