This policy explains what information we gather when you visit Cambridge Judge Business School's website, and explains how that information is used.
It is important for you to appreciate that the website provides extensive links to other independent sites. This policy applies only to direct accesses to the School's websites, i.e. URLs that include "jbs.cam.ac.uk". You will need to consult the appropriate information on other sites for information on their policies.
In common with most websites, this site automatically logs certain information about every request made of it (see below for more details). This information is used for system administration, for bug tracking, and for producing usage statistics. The logged information may be kept indefinitely.
Relevant subsets of this data may be passed to computer security teams as part of investigations of computer misuse involving this site or other computing equipment in the University. Data may be passed to the administrators of other computer systems to enable investigation of problems accessing this site or of system misconfigurations. Data may incidentally be included in information passed to contractors and computer maintenance organisations working for the University, in which case it will be covered by appropriate non-disclosure agreements. Otherwise the logged information is not passed to any third party except if required by law. Summary statistics are extracted from this data and some of these may be made publicly available, but those that are do not include information from which individuals could be identified.
[You should appreciate that a log is a record of what a server sees, not necessarily what was initially sent. If a request is sent via a proxy the log file will show the proxy's address. If someone has forged your address the log file will show your address.]
A number of online forms are provided on this site. The pages containing these forms include information on how data submitted on them will be processed and used.
The following data is automatically logged for each request:
- The name or network address of the computer making the request. Note that under some (but not all) circumstances it may be possible to infer from this the identity of the person making the request. Note also that the data recorded may be that of a web proxy rather than that of the originating client
- The username, when known during authenticated (logged in) access to the site
- The date and time of connection
- The HTTP request, which contains the identification of the document requested
- The status code of the request (success or failure etc.)
- The number of data bytes sent in response
- The contents of the HTTP Referrer header supplied by the browser
- The content of the HTTP User-Agent header supplied by the browser
- Logging of additional data may be enabled temporarily from time to time for specific purposes. In addition, the computers on which the website is hosted keep records of attempts (authorised and unauthorised) to use them for purposes other than access to the web server. This data typically includes the date and time of the attempt, the service to which access was attempted, the name or network address of the computer making the connection, and may include details of what was done or was attempted to be done.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile phone and record specific interactions between you and this website, and in some cases, other websites.
Freedom of Information Model Publication Scheme
Please read the attached document for details of the JBS Executive Education Ltd Freedom of Information Model Publication Scheme.
Access to personal data
For the purpose of the UK Data Protection Act 1998, the "Data Controller" for the processing of data collected by this site is Cambridge Judge Business School, and the point of contact for subject access requests is our Director of Operations:
Cambridge Judge Business School
Cambridge CB2 1AG
Tel: +44 (0)1223 339700
We completed a redesign of our website in 2013 which made our pages more accessible on mobile and tablet devices, and delivers a modern user experience.
This redesign was part of a wider initiative, dubbed Project Light, which marks a significant change in the way that websites are delivered by the University of Cambridge.
The site templates were designed by Head London. This website was then built and evolved by The Web Kitchen, using both Typo3 and WordPress content management systems.