Our Policy on Privacy and Security
The C.D. Office respects your right to privacy and will protect it when you visit our department on the county web site. Here are some things you should know about how we protect your privacy.
E-mail 1. When you send us e-mail we won't share your e-mail address with anyone outside of our staff and its contractors. We'll only use your e-mail address to respond to your requests for information. 2. If you register on a CD Office e-mailing list, we'll only send you the kinds of information you've requested. We won't maintain your name on the list and won't share your e-mail address with anyone outside of our office.
Information Collection 1. When you visit the county web site, we may collect certain information about your visit that does not identify you personally. We will know the type of computer, browser, and web service you are using. We also know the date and time you visited and the pages you visited. Collecting this information helps us design the site according to your needs.
Site Security 1. We monitor visits to the web site to identify any attempt to tamper with it. 2. When you submit personal information using our web site, for example, if you sign up for a conference online, we have systems in place that insure that people outside of our office cannot access your personal information. 3. We would only attempt to identify you personally, if required to do so by a law enforcement investigation. Any information we would collect from those investigations would be destroyed, according to federal guidelines. 4. Tampering with the C.D. Office web site is against the law. If anyone tries to tamper with it, they will be punished under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act.