- In addition to these policies, Carnegie Hall Musical Exchange links to other sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube; these sites have their own privacy policies. If you use these sites, we encourage you to read their privacy policies, as well.
- Researchers at the University of Maryland are conducting a research study with Carnegie Hall to understand members’ participation on the Musical Exchange website. This research will be used to improve the Musical Exchange site and to understand more about participation in online communities. If you would prefer not to take partake in this research or have any questions pertaining to the research study, please contact Yasmin de Soiza.
How To Change Your Privacy Settings on Carnegie Hall Musical Exchange
To access your privacy settings from any page, click on the "Settings" link in the right column of the page and then click the "Privacy" link on the left. You can also use this link to go directly to your privacy settings.
You also can control privacy settings on individual videos and photos that you upload.
- From any video page, click on "options," then select "edit video." Choose your privacy setting under the heading "Who can view this video?"
- From any photo page, click on "options," then select "edit details." Choose your privacy setting under the heading "Who can view this photo?"
Ning has created several helpful articles that explain the privacy settings available on this network:
Learn More About Staying Safe Online
Here are links to several additional resources from trusted agencies and organizations focusing on online privacy and safety:
NetSmartz.org – "There’s a lot to deal with on the Internet—cyberbullies, privacy settings, gossip, and even creeps. These resources can help you navigate the Internet while guarding your reputation."
OnGuardOnline.gov – This site provides practical tips from the US federal government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information.