The Kansas Institute for Positive Behavior Support (KIPBS) respects your right to online privacy and will try to protect it by all means when you visit the KIPBS websites. Here are some things you should know about the information we store about you and how we protect your information and thus your privacy. The information presented here relates only to the KIPBS websites and to no other website that either links to or has links from the KIPBS websites.
Your email address will never be shared with people outside of KIPBS. All emails sent via the website will be stored in a secure place and will be used only for KIPBS email correspondence.
Information and Cookies
When you browse the KIPBS websites, we collect some technical information about your visit. As part of collecting information, some data maybe stored on the server and also on the client's computer when necessary. The information being collected by the server is as listed below:
The internet domain name and IP address;
The browser type;
The site access date and time;
Pages downloaded or viewed per visit; and
The page that referred you to the website.
Although this looks like a lot of information, it can never be used to personally identify an individual or gather information about anyone. This information gives the site administrators and analysts an idea of site usefulness and usage.
This information also helps the site administrators to watch out for any site misuse.
Site cookies are used as a part of storing data on the client's machine. The cookie is small piece of information that is saved by the KIPBS website when you visit some of the pages on the website. The information stored is usually dated material which expires when the user closes the website or the cookie expires, which ever occurs first. This information is part of the site security mechanism which will not be explained here.
We would only try to identify you personally when required to do so by a law enforcement investigation. Any information we collect for those investigations is destroyed according to federal guidelines.
Tampering with the website is against the law. If anyone tries to tamper with it, they may be punished under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act.
Links to Other Sites
KIPBS website has links to many other web sites. When you go to another site, you are subject to the privacy and security policies of that site. KIPBS cannot attest to the accuracy of information and the security provided by that website.