This section describes TCPJ’s practices regarding information we receive
about you during visits to this web site. The amount and type of information
we receive depends on how you use this site. Please take a few minutes to
read our complete Privacy Notice so you may understand how your personal
information is used and the measures we take to protect your personal
Normal Web Site Usage
You can visit our web site to utilize our collection of resources, review
upcoming workshops, and read about TCPJ without revealing any personal
information. The only information we collect and store during normal web
site usage is the name of your Internet service provider, the web site you
last visited, the pages you request, the date and time of those requests and
the number of visits you made to our website.
We use this information to generate statistics and measure website activity
in order to improve the usefulness of customer visits to our website. This
same information may be shared with third parties in order to provide these
services or to analyze, store, or aggregate the information. It may also be
shared with other third parties, working with us to improve the services of
TCPJ provides electronically. During normal web site usage, we do not
collect or store personally identifiable information such as name, mailing
address, email address, phone number, or Social Security number.
On-Line Collection of Personally
Occasionally, TCPJ will request personally identifiable information in
order to provide the web site visitor with a service or correspondence
(e.g., email listserv or signing up for a future workshop). This
information, such as name, mailing address, email address, type of request,
and possibly additional information, is collected and stored in a manner
appropriate to the nature of the request as determined by TCPJ and is used
to fulfill your request. Whenever we request such information, we will
clearly explain how it will be used. If you tell us that the information
should not be used as a basis for further contact, we will respect your
request. The information you provide is used by TCPJ to improve the services
we provide you. This information may also be provided to agencies for use on
behalf of TCPJ in accordance with our Privacy Notice. However, it is never
provided or sold to any other company for that company's independent use.
Please note that TCPJ’s website may provide links to third party sites not
controlled by TCPJ. We suggest that you check the specific Privacy Notices
of any site before providing any personally identifiable information.
EMail Sent to Us Containing
Internet users may decide to send TCPJ personally identifying
information, for example, in an electronic mail message. TCPJ will only use
this information to identify the user and to determine how to respond to the
electronic mail. We will use this information for the purpose identified in
the email message and to enhance our understanding of you in order to
improve our services to you.
What Are Cookies?
A "cookie" is a small line of text that is stored within your browser
when you visit a cookie-enabled website. As you browse the Web,
cookie-enabled sites will send cookies to your browser, along with pages.
Your browser probably has options that will let you control whether the
browser accepts cookies, rejects cookies, or notifies you each time a cookie
is sent to you.
If your browser is set to reject cookies, cookie-enabled websites will not
recognize you when you return. This provides you with anonymity, but it also
makes it very difficult to offer you customized services. It is also less
secure than using cookies, because all of your specific data must be sent to
the website each time you view a page. Accepting cookies means your private
data can stay at the Web server, and the only information transmitted over
the Internet is your ID cookie.
If your browser is set to accept cookies, any cookies that are sent to your
browser are stored in your computer for a period of time. There are a few
different types of cookies. A "session" cookie is stored only in your
computer's working memory (RAM) and only lasts for your browsing session.
When you close all of your browser's windows, or when you shut down your
computer, the session cookie disappears forever. A "permanent" cookie is
stored on your computer's hard drive until a specified date, which could be
tomorrow, next week, or 10 years from now. Permanent cookies stay on your
computer until either a) they expire, b) they are overwritten with newer
cookies, c) you manually remove them.
We use permanent cookies to supply visitors to our site with a customized
experience. These cookies do not involve personally identifiable
information. We also use session cookies to customize your experience during
a session, to aid in your navigation and use of the site, to develop generic
web site metrics and other similar uses.
Our privacy practices are designed to provide a high level of protection
for your personal information and our systems. If you have any questions or
comments about TCPJ’s Online Privacy Practices, you can contact us via
We reserve the right to change our Privacy Notice On-Line Supplement. A
revised On-Line Privacy Notice Supplement only applies to data collected
subsequent to its effective date. Any revisions will be posted at least 10
days prior to its effective date.