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General Privacy Policy

  • We make no effort to identify individual visitors to our website and we do not use "cookies" for ordinary viewing of pages. Data that we collect about accesses to our website is used only for server administration and enhancements to the site's content and organization.
  • Information sent to us by E-mail, via the Unicode Discussion Forum, through the CLDR bug tracking system, or by other means, may be retained and used in the development of the standard or other documents and as appropriate for the nature of the transaction.
  • Font submissions are subject to the Font Submissions Policy.
  • Minutes of the Unicode Technical Committee may contain data identifying participants.
  • Archives of public mailing lists may be available for public viewing, and such archives may, as a part of normal list activity, contain identifying information such as e-mail addresses and personal names. E-mail addresses of participants in our e-mail lists may be disclosed to other list participants as part of normal list activity. For further information on public mail lists, please see the Unicode E-Mail Distribution Lists page.
  • Users of the Unicode Discussion Forum can register for individual accounts. Registered users will be asked to supply personal information, such as name and e-mail address, that we keep on file for use in the administration of the forum software. In the course of ordinary forum usage, other registered users have access to information in the public user profiles on the forum, which may include e-mail addresses and other data relevant to the forum, such as board posting statistics. Use of the forum may also require that browser cookies be enabled.
  • Identifying data on member company representatives is made accessible to member organizations. However, use of such data for marketing purposes by members is a violation of Unicode policies.
  • Users of the Unicode CLDR vetting process are required to set up accounts with us and may be asked to supply personal information, such as name and location, that we may keep on file solely for use in administration of the Unicode CLDR project. The vetting process may also require the use of browser cookies.
  • The International Unicode Conferences are independent of the Unicode Consortium and are not covered by this privacy policy. For more about the conferences, and the organization responsible for them see the Unicode Conference page.