Information Gathering and Cookies
If you visit our website to read or download information, such as forms or documents, our site may automatically capture and store the domain name of your computer (for example, aol.com) and other related information to speed up the performance of web page delivery. All information is deleted from your cache memory when you close the session and leave our site. We collect no other personal information.
The RPC sends out periodic email announcements of events relating to environmental matters. If you submit your email address to the RPC, we will add your email address to the RPC’s email distribution list, unless you tell us in an email or in writing not to do so. You may ask at any time that we delete your email address from the RPC’s email distribution list.
We do not use or set cookies on our website to store any information on your personal computer hard drive.
A cookie is a very small text file inserted onto your computer by a website that you visit. When you return to the website, the cookie is then read by the site’s web server. Cookies are used for many things, from making web sites more personal to tracking your web browsing habits.
Sending Email to the RPC
We value your feedback. If you send email to the RPC with questions or comments, we do collect your email address and any other information that you volunteer. We do this to improve the content of our website and to add you to our email distribution list. We do not share such information with other organizations.
Sale of Personal Information
We do not sell information for direct mail or advertising purposes.
Other Web Sites
This RPC web site contains links to other sites. The RPC is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such sites, which include the Village of Riverwoods, Chicago Wilderness, and other sites listed on our web site, including those sites listed under Resource Links.