Information we collect
When you visit our site, we send a small piece of information called a cookie to your computer. The main purpose of this cookie is to keep your visit to our site as seamless as possible and to make sure you are logged off when you have left your session idle for too long. The cookies generally contain asystem generated session id with the date and time. Cookies do NOT include any personal identifiable information (PII) and are only active when youlogin to our site and are immediately discarded from our servers upon logout or when you are automatically logged out due to inactivity.
The cookies will remain on your computer unless you delete them. You can manage your cookies by accessing your browser's preferences menu in order to prevent them from being placed on your computer or to delete them from your computer. However, you should be aware that some websites may not work properly if you choose to block the placement of cookies on your computer.
Web Server Logs
Each time you visit our website, information about your visit (see list below) is captured in a web server log file. The information collected in the web server log file is discarded every 30 days and is only used for general reporting metrics and auditing purposes.
Electronically collected personal information is not subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act (Government Code Section 6254.20) and website visitors may request to have their information discarded without reuse or distribution. Please contact the Privacy Officer (contact information below) for such requests.
Date -- Date of visit.
Time -- Time of visit.
Client IP Address -- Your Internet Protocol address – Your computer’s address.
Server IP Address -- Internet Protocol address of our Web server – Our server’s address.
Server Port -- Our server port number configured for the service.
Referrer -- Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the Web page that sent the requested file.
URI Stem -- Uniform Resource Identifier(URI) that is the target of your action.
URI Query -- Query, if any, that you were trying to perform.
Win 32 Status -- Windows status Code.
HTTP -- Hyper Text Transfer Protocol – Software that runs the Web.
HTTP Status -- Codes that indicate the condition of the request, report errors, and other necessary information (e.g., “404 Requested Page Not Found”).
HTTP Substatus -- Codes that further narrow down the condition of the request.
HTTP Request URL -- The address of the Web page or file you requested
Method -- The HTTP method used in your request.
Bytes Sent -- Amount of data you downloaded during your visit.
Bytes Received -- Amount of data you uploaded during your visit.
Time Taken -- Length of time your transaction took, in milliseconds.
User Agent -- Name and version of your Web browser or other software that requested information from us.
Protocol Version -- Version of HTTP used by your Web browser.
Host -- Host header name, if any.
User Agent -- The browser that you are using.v
Username -- Your username when you login.