Privacy Statement for ACLU of Connecticut
The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut (ACLU-CT) is firmly committed to the privacy rights of our website visitors and all Americans. For more details about our advocacy work on electronic privacy, see the National ACLU's electronic privacy page.
This policy is intended to inform you of the collection, storage practices and guidelines for use of website visitor data. Accordingly, the following statements detail information gathering and dissemination practices for the ACLU of Connecticut on this site at http://www.acluct.org.
User Tracking and Data Capture Practices
We use software that collects aggregate user information site-wide, including anonymous site statistics, such as the number of views of each page. We log domain names and/or IP (Internet Provider) addresses of visitors (such as aol.com, etc.), which permits us to know what Internet domain visitors are from, or what access service they use, without knowing their individual identities. Because we do not require you to register with us, this "host level" tracking is our primary basis for assessing traffic patterns.
On certain pages we give users the option of providing us with names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and other personal information online. This information is gathered only with users' knowledge, active permission and participation. Furthermore, the ACLU of Connecticut will not divulge this information to anyone and will only use e-mail addresses for the stated purpose, unless permission is obtained to use the information in other ways.
Contacting the Website Administrator
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this website, you can contact:
ACLU of Connecticut
32 Grand Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06106