Data protection and GDPR
Webster University in Tashkent may share personal and other data necessary to Governmental Organizations and Ministries as prescribed by the country's Privacy Law, where we have a legal obligation to provide information.
More information on Webster University's Privacy Notices for students can be found on the global Webster site.
More information on Webster University's Privacy Notices for employees can be found on the global Webster site.
We have created Privacy Notices for our main constituents that reflect our commitment to transparency and best practice when it comes to handling your personal data. In the notices, we outline how we collect your data, why we collect your data, when we share your data and inform you of your rights with regard to access, deletion and the ability to update that data. If you have additional questions or concerns, you may email the Office of Privacy: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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