Due to the standard practice for most web sites, we log HTTP requests directed to our server. This means that we know the originating IP address of a user agent requesting a URL. We also know:
- date of request,
- realization time,
- user's host name - HTTP identification,
- information about errors of HTTP transaction,
- referer link,
- user-agent information.
Logged information is kept indefinitely as administrative material. It is not disclosed outside server and network administrators. Statistics generated from these logs may be reported as part of Web administration help. Those aggregate reports are completely non-identifying.
- check if viewed page is the first page during the session,
- store state of side menu during session time in the Privacy in Internet Guide.
The Bureau of the Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data Web site contains links to other sites. We cannot be responsible for the privacy practices of those sites. Therefore we encourage to read the privacy statements there. This privacy statement pertains only to The Bureau of the Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data site.