Some of our Web pages (information, conference registration, and forms) let you voluntarily submit personal information. In those cases, every attempt will be made to protect your privacy. The Kurka Fund cannot however, provide any guarantees as to the absolute security of your personal information.
For more information about how we record non-personal information about your visit or how we use information that you voluntarily submit, continue reading:
Non-Personal Information Recorded by Kurka Fund:
If you visit us and do nothing more than browse the site, read pages or download information, the site’s operating system will automatically record some general information about your visit.
During your visit, the Kurka Fund operating system will record:
- The Internet domain for your Internet service, such as “
xdomain.com ” or “ xdomain.net ,” if you use a private Internet access account or “ yourschool.edu ,” if you connect from a college or other education domain.
- The type of browser (such as Netscape version X or Internet Explorer version Y) that you are using.
- The type of operating system that you use (such as Macintosh, UNIX, or Windows.)
- The date and time you visit our site and the Web pages that you visit on our site.
- The address of the previous Web site you were visiting, if you linked to us from another Web site.
We use this information for statistical analysis and to help make the Kurka Fund site more useful to visitors. This tracking system does not record information about individuals.
On certain Kurka Fund Web pages, “cookies” are used to help with interactive usage of the site. A cookie is a small file that a Web site transfers to your hard disk, usually to keep track of you while you are connected to that site.
The cookies on Kurka Fund’s pages do not collect information about you, but only about your browser “session.” The cookie makes it easier for you to use the dynamic features of these Web pages, without having to provide the same information again and again as you move from one page to another.
Information from Email:
If you decide to send us an electronic mail message (Email), the message will usually contain your return email address. If you include personally-identifying information in your email because you want us to address issues specific to your situation, we may use that information in responding to your request. In other limited circumstance, we may be required by law to disclose information that you submit.