Information Collected and Its Use
We may collect the following information about your visit to our website:
- Your Internet Protocol address and domain name used, but not your email address. The Internet Protocol address is a numerical identifier assigned to your Internet service provider or directly to your computer. We use the Internet Protocol address to direct Internet traffic to you;
- Your browser;
- The date and time that you visited the website; and
- The Web pages and services that you accessed at this site.
We use the information that we may collect or store to improve the content of our Web services and to help us understand how people use our services.
If you send us an email from our site, we will collect the following information:
- The email address that you used to send the email; and
- The content of the email.
We use your email to respond, to address issues that you identify, and to improve our website.
If you make an online purchase through our website, the following additional information will be collected to fulfill the purchase of the goods or services:
- The billing and shipping information; and
- The product purchased.
We may share this information with third-parties if it is necessary to complete the online purchase.
For users of the Tribal Member Portal, we collect the following information for verification:
- Email address
- Census Number
- If the user is age 18 or older
We do not collect personal information from casual visitors who just browse the Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s website or who just read, download, or print information.
“Personal Information” includes your name, address, phone number, and email address. Personal information may be subject to public inspection and copying if not protected by applicable law.
We do not get personal information unless you voluntarily provide it to us. If you choose not to provide it, you may still use the website’s other features.
If we get your personal information, we electronically store it, but we will not sell it to private individuals or private entities.
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe safeguards its telecommunications and computing infrastructure by authentication, monitoring, design, implementation, day-to-day practice, and auditing.
This statement does not apply to personal information collected offline or through other means.