St. Joseph’s Site is committed to maintaining confidentiality and personal privacy.
What is personal information?
Personal information means recorded information about an identifiable individual other than contact information and would include, but is not limited to, such things as an individual’s name, address, e-mail address and phone number.
What kind of information is being collected?
Unless you provide additional information, we collect only the following information as you browse through our website:
– Your Internet Protocol (IP) address and browser-type.
– The date and time of your visit.
– The pages visited within our site.
– The address of the referrer website, if you have been referred to our site by a search engine (or other site).
We collect this information for statistical purposes and for evaluating our website to make it more useful to visitors. Our software records the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of computers that contact our web site. We use these addresses to generate geographic-related statistics, and to help administer the site, in general. We make no attempt to link addresses with the identities of individuals visiting our site.
If you send an email message to us or complete a form found on our website, we only use your personal information for responding to and processing your requests for information. Personal information collected will only be used for the specific purpose for which you provided the information and will not be made available to others for any other purpose.
We also use the information we collect to notify subscribers/visitors/customers about updates to our website and promote St. Joseph and prayer-related items which they may be interested in.
We do not disclose, give, sell or transfer any personal information about our website visitors unless required for law enforcement or otherwise provided for by law.
Some of our web pages use “cookies” which are small amounts of information stored by your web browser software on your work station. In most cases this information is temporary in nature (called “session cookies”) and is deleted as soon as you leave our website. The use of temporary cookies is solely for the purpose of allowing the user to interact with our website in an effective manner.
St. Joseph’s Site contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these websites.