Information Privacy Statement
Welcome to the VEPGA.org web site. We are committed to maintaining the privacy and security of personal information submitted by all visitors to this site.Is information collected when I visit the VEPGA.org web site?
Currently, when you visit the VEPGA.org web site, no information is collected from your web browser.What if I send you an email?
You may choose to provide us with personal information, as an e-mail with a comment or question. This information is used to improve our service to you or to respond to your request. Sometimes we share your e-mail with other agencies and employees who may be better able to help you, and these staffs may be employed by a different agency within the State. By law, we cannot share this information with individuals (including state employees) that do not require it as a normal part of their official duties. Except for authorized law enforcement investigations, or as required by law, we do not distribute, share, sell, or lease e-mail to any other entities without your consent.
We use your e-mail: to address issues you identify, to further improve our web site, or to forward the e-mail to another agency for appropriate action. Once the issue or concern is resolved, this information will not be retained unless required by state law or agency regulation.
Visitors to the VEPGA.org web site can access the site without accepting cookies.What is a Cookie?
There are two general types of cookies that web sites make use of:
- Session cookies -- these are cookies created by a web site that exist only as long as your visit to that web site. They are not stored permanently on your computer.
- Persistent cookies -- these cookies are stored on your computer by a web site for some period of time and are used when you return to that site in the future.
A cookie provides a way for a web site to keep track of a user's internet browsing patterns and preferences. Cookies contain a range of web site addresses for which they are valid. When a user's web browser encounters those addresses again, it sends those specific cookies to the Web server. For example, if a user's specific preferences were stored as a cookie, it would save that person from typing in the same information all over again when accessing that service for the second and subsequent times.Will my information be disclosed to third parties?