For information about the privacy and security policy as it applies to the EGRP website, please read the National Cancer Institute's (NCI) Privacy and Security Policy.
Social Media Tools/Third-party Websites
Social media tools, third-party websites, and third-party applications are web-based technologies that are not exclusively operated or controlled by EGRP. These include applications hosted on other non-government sites, as well as embedded or external links on an EGRP web page.
As part of the Open Government Directive, EGRP uses a variety of new technologies and social media tools to communicate and interact with our audiences. Use of some of these applications could cause personally identifiable information (PII) to become available or accessible to EGRP, regardless of whether EGRP solicits or collects it. The table below lists the websites and applications we use. If any of these sites or applications collects PII, we describe what is collected and how EGRP protects the information.
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EGRP uses Twitter to send short messages (up to 140 characters) or "Tweets" to share information about EGRP with our audiences and respond to comments and inquiries sent via Twitter to EGRP. While users may read the EGRP Twitter feed without subscribing to it, users who want to subscribe to (or follow) the EGRP Twitter feed must create a Twitter account at www.twitter.com.
To create an account, you must provide some personal information, such as name, user name, password, and email address. You have the option to provide additional personal information including a short biography, location, or a picture. Most information you provide for a Twitter account is available to the public, but you can modify how much of your information is visible by changing your privacy settings at the Twitter.com website.
EGRP uses Constant Contact to support the Cancer Epidemiology Matters E-News. This electronic newsletter informs subscribers about scientific opportunities, initiatives, and advancements, along with relevant research resources, funding opportunities, grantsmanship resources, scientific meetings and webinars, and employment opportunities.