Coalition of Federal Ombudsman
Privacy

Privacy Policy Summary

The privacy policy of The Coalition of Federal Ombudsmen (The Coalition) is simple and straightforward. We collect no personal information about you unless you choose to provide that information to us. We do not use persistent "cookies" or other techniques for collecting personal information about you without your knowledge. We do use temporary cookies for two purposes: first, to match you as you move from page to page with the set of memory variables created during your user session (this is referred to as "maintaining state" in the "stateless" environment of the web); and second, to keep track of how many people visit The Coalition's website.

In the normal course of events, we share your information with no outside organizations. We collect no information for commercial marketing purposes.

This policy discloses the privacy practices for The Coalition's website. However, our website contains links to other websites. We can make no promises about the privacy practices of other websites. Once you link to another website, you are subject to the privacy and security policies of the new website.

We encourage you to read the privacy policies of any site you link to from ours, especially if you share any personal information. Be informed. You are the person best qualified to protect your own privacy. If you want to know more about how we record non-personal information about your visit or how we use information that you voluntarily submit, read on.

Non-Personal Information We Record

If you do nothing during your visit but browse through The Coalition's website, read some the of sections, or click on the links on our topic pages, our website's operating system will automatically record some general information about your visit. During your visit, our web operating system will record:

We use this information for statistical analysis, to help us make our website more useful to visitors. This tracking system does not record any personal information about individuals.