What information is collected about me automatically?
All Senate Sites:
The Senate servers which host the official Senate websites of all Senators’ offices collect certain information about visitors automatically. This information is used to determine which items are most accessed by constituents and also assist in determining technical site design specifications, monitoring system performance and identifying areas for upgrade or improvement. The information automatically collected includes:
- Domain name (example: aol.com if you access the Internet via America Online)
- The pages of the Senate site that you visit
- The date and time of your visit
- Any link through which you came to the site
Further information about the Senate’s privacy policies:
28th Senatorial District’s Site:
This site does not use a cookie and makes no attempt to track overall Internet usage of any visitor. Individuals who access this site are not personally identifiable unless they choose to supply contact information on the webform.
What happens to the information I put on the webform?
Information supplied in 28th Senatorial District’s webform is used to respond to your inquiry. Your name and address are used to verify that you are a constituent in this district.
On select occasions, you may receive an unsolicited mail item based on previous correspondence.
If you email 28th Senatorial District’s office seeking personal assistance, your email may be referred to other government agencies as part of the resolution process.
Links to Other Sites
Links are provided for constituent convenience in navigating sites involved in the public policy process. When such a link takes you to the site of a non-Senate entity, you may encounter inappropriate or offensive material.
Any email that constitutes a threat against the safety of the 28th Senatorial District’s staff, or any other person will be referred to appropriate law enforcement agencies.