Copyright and the Web
JHU complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
School Policies for Listserv Email Messages
The School has established policies about which listserv emails can be sent to faculty, staff and students.
Use of Images of People
To protect the School from liability, you must obtain written permission for any people you photograph and use in print or on the Web.
School Logo Policy
The official School logo must appear on all official Web pages, publications and material representing the School. See this page for some general guidelines.
Creating a School Website
Policies for getting a site created in Site Executive, the School's content management system.
Web Policies for Funded Organizations
Policies for centers, institutes, programs and other organizations which receive funding for outreach.
Guidelines for the Wall of Wonder
Policies for the School's Monument Street Atrium video screen.
Privacy of Student Information
The School complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) to protect the privacy of students.
Privacy of Health Information
The School complies with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which provides national standards for protecting the privacy of health information.
Privacy of Website Users
All websites that elicit personal information from visitors must have a privacy statement about what information you collect from your customers and how that information will be used.
Legislation enacted by Congress (Section 508) requires all websites funded by federal dollars be accessible to those with physical handicaps.
Social Media Policies
The Office of External Affairs manages the official social media channels for the Bloomberg School and offers consultation and guidance for faculty, students and staff venturing into Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other forms of social media.