Colorado State Archives
The purpose of the statement is to inform users of this site with
regard to the collection and use of personally identifiable
of Personally Identifiable Information
For the purposes of this statement "personally identifiable
information" means any information relating to an identified or
identifiable individual who is the subject of the information.
Identifiable Information on Casual Visitors Is Not Collected and
Visitors do not have to provide personal information to visit the
Colorado State Archives Web Site to read, download or print
information. CSA may request personally identifiable information
from you in order to provide specific services that you request. Any
information collected for that purpose would only be that that is
necessary to provide those services, and will be handled as it would
be on an in-person visit to a government office.
Unidentifiable Information Is Routinely Collected
In order to provide new services, design a more customer friendly
site and facilitate access to it, CSA uses statistical analysis of
traffic on the site. Information that is not personally identifiable
such as IP (Internet Protocol) numbers, browser types and versions
are collected and used for this purpose. However, the site does not
attempt to associate this data with information that is personally
Identifiable Information Available On Governmental Web Sites
Access to personally identifiable information in public records at
state and local levels of government in the State of Colorado is
controlled by C.R.S. §24-72-201 et seq. Information that is not
confidential and is available during an in-person visit to a
government office may be posted for electronic access.
F. Use of
Constituent E-Mail Addresses
E-mail addresses obtained as a result of a request to CSA Secure Web
Site will not be sold or given to other private companies for
marketing purposes. E-mail or other information requests sent to CSA
web site may be maintained in order to respond to the request or
forward the request to the appropriate agency.
Security and Quality
CSA is committed to the security and accuracy of personally
identifiable data that is either available from or collected by our
web sites, and has taken reasonable precautions to protect
personally identifiable information from loss, misuse or alteration.
Any third parties responsible for this information are committed to
the same principles, and also are required by contract to follow the
same policies and guidelines as CSA in protecting this information.
Any individual has the right to have personally identifiable
information that is inaccurate corrected.
H. Non State
Various web sites may be linked through CSA Web Site. The links that
appear on these web pages are solely for the information of a reader
of the page. CSA does not endorse any particular viewpoint that
appears on any web page that appears as a link. CSA makes every
reasonable effort to assure that it does not link directly to web
pages that contain obscene, scurrilous, or otherwise objectionable
material. If you encounter objectionable material on this page or in
any linked page, please notify the webmaster of this site
immediately or email us at email@example.com.
Online Profiling is the practice of aggregating information about
consumers' preferences and interests, gathered primarily by tracking
their movements online, and using the resulting consumer profiles to
create targeted content on Web sites. CSA does not conduct or
participate in online profiling.
Content pushing is the automatic delivery of applications and
information to users and includes the use of broadcast email. Such
services will be provided only with the prior authorization of the
consumer on an opt-in basis for each specific service and they must
be able to remove themselves from that service at any time via the
World Wide Web. Opting-in for one service does not constitute
opting-in for all services. In order to opt-in the consumer must be
informed exactly what service they are requesting, what information
is required in order to provide that service, and how to
subsequently remove themselves from that service should they choose
to do so.
All forms of advertising are prohibited on CSA Web Site.
protection and peace of mind, CSA Web Site uses the most up-to-date
secure socket layer (SSL) technology for transmitting your personal
information over the Internet. Your personal information will be
transmitted using the industry standard SSL technology. We also
authenticate our site by using GeoTrust(TM)
security services. This is your assurance that we are who we say we
A. What pages
All pages that request your personal information are encrypted with
B. How does
the SSL work?
When a browser connects to a site with a GeoTrust secure server ID,
the browser automatically uses the ID to verify that it is doing
business with a legitimate site. Then, the browser and the server
use the key contained within the certificate to encrypt all
information that passes between them.
C. How can I
tell if the security is working on my browser?
When you are in CSA secure web site, right click on the page and
select "properties" or "view frame info"
(depending on your browser). Verify that the URL Address starts with
https:// (the "s" means you are connected to CSA's secure
web site), as opposed to a non-secure page starting with http://.
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