No Personal Information Required
When you log on and request information from a website, such as ours, the web server uses your IP address to communicate with you, and this minimal information is always retained for a period of time on our server. Your computer can be identified from the IP address while you are connected to the Internet, although it normally would not identify you individually as the user. We do not use any services that try to match an IP address to an individual. As a matter of course, our site will automatically gather certain general information such as the number of visitors on the site and the most frequently visited areas. However, this information will only exist in aggregate and cannot be used to identify you in any way. We use this aggregate information to try to improve the site, making it more useful and usable. We delete our web logs at least monthly, which means the fact your IP address is identified on the web server will be eliminated at that time. So, each time you connect to our web site, that information is retained for up to a month and then deleted.
No Disclosure of Information
Because we do not collect information about you, this also means that we will not sell or give away any information about you. As a general requirement of law, we will respond to documents in a legal proceeding, such as court orders or subpoenas, if we receive any. However, unless you decide to send us personal information in email that you want us to save, we will not have any personal information about you.
- whether or not we gather personal information about you;
- whether or not we use information about you; and
- whether or not we disclose your information to anyone else.
Last updated: July 9, 2008.