We may request personal information when you submit comments, express interest in receiving email updates, or when responding to a poll, blog or live chat. You may also be asked to provide information when subscribing to an email newsletter, email alerts, RSS (Really Simple Indication) feed, or blog updates. This personal information may be in the form of your name, email address, phone number, street address, etc. For example, you may be asked to provide an email address and name if you'd like the Authority to respond to input provided via our Comments page or through the comment/question box in our Frequently Asked Questions web page. The personal information you voluntarily provide is used to fulfill a request. The Authority may use this information to inform you of project or construction updates or other news of value to you as a project stakeholder or as an individual interested in the project. The Authority or its contracted vendors do not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to anyone, or disclose personal information except when the purpose and manner of the disclosure has been disclosed to you prior to your providing the information, or when disclosure is required by law.
Cookies are small files which can be placed on your computer by Web servers when you visit certain sites. These files may contain information such as ID's and passwords, personal information, or preferences. During your visit, the server can access these files to help personalize pages or allow you to engage in e-commerce more easily. The Authority does not set cookies from any page in the foothillextension.org domain. If you are concerned about privacy, you may set up your browser not to accept cookies, or you can delete them from your hard drive once you leave the section. By using Foothill Extension’s website, you consent to the collection and use of information as described above. You will be informed of any changes to the policy as it relates to your personal information. A notice of that change in policy will be posted on the website.
Log Activity for Statistical Analysis
The Authority's web servers track activity and site function on its web site in the form of log files. These logs are analyzed by third party statistical analysis system called Google Analytics, providing visitor activity trends and activity. This software produces reports based on this data that is used to better organize information contained onsite to improve the user experience. This information is not used to identify our visitors on an individual level. To find out more about Google Analytics visit http://www.google.com/analytics/.
The Authority provides links to other local, state and federal government transit and other related websites as a service to our stakeholders and does not share any personal information with these entities. Note that the Authority does not endorse or take responsibility for information contained on those sites.