The Supreme Court E-Library is committed to protect each user's right to privacy and confidentiality with respect to information sought or received and resources consulted, acquired or transmitted.The E-Library's database may store personally identifiable information in conjunction with normal search operations, personalization features of E-Library, or other services. The E-Library will collect the following data for every login of the users.
Privacy of Electronic Resource Use
The Supreme Court E-Library is equally committed to protecting the privacy of the users of our electronic resources. While the E-Library gathers data about system and resource usage for administrative purposes, the use of that information conforms to the precepts of confidentiality. Data gathered in every E-Library session varies according to the method of connection to the E-Library. The resulting logs contain information necessary for analyzing the use of resources, troubleshooting problems, and improving services. These logs remain intact for approximately one year.
All Supreme Court E-Library users must respect the copyrights in works that are accessible through computers connected to the E-Library network. No copyrighted work may be copied, published, disseminated or displayed without permission of the copyright holder except in accordance with fair use or licensed agreement. The Supreme Court E-Library may terminate the network access of users who are found to have infringed the copyright of others.
The electronic resources of the Supreme Court E-Library are now available to the public in general after proper registration. Commercial use and systematic downloading, copying or distributing of information are expressly prohibited. Users are individually responsible for compliance with these terms.
E-Library users should comply with the one user, one access code policy.