How We Use The Data We Collect
In addition to the uses described above, we use Automatically Collected Data to identify the source outside the Delaware Family Policy Council websites of user traffic (for example, yahoo.com) so that we can evaluate what content is persuading web users to become involved in the mission of Delaware Family Policy Council. We use Automatically Collected Data, including IP addresses and/or session or short-term cookies, that indicates which sections of the Delaware Family Policy Council websites are most visited so that we can perform website traffic analysis, evaluate the popularity of our different web pages and continue to improve the Delaware Family Policy Council websites.
We use your Voluntarily Submitted Data for various purposes:
• To fulfill the request for which you specifically provided the data, including sharing the data with its intended recipient (e.g., delivering a petition you sign or a letter you wish to send to the recipient of the petition or letter);
• To analyze actions taken through our website so that we can learn which issues prompt you to become involved in our mission;
• To periodically communicate with you concerning Delaware Family Policy Council matters, such as delivering to you information and updates on our activities and action alerts, unless you opt out of receiving such information and updates;
• To confirm your contribution to Delaware Family Policy Council;
• To confirm your registration to a Delaware Family Policy Council event;
• To respond to an inquiry or feedback you have made to Delaware Family Policy Council; and
• To follow up with you with an email specific to an activity you have participated in or intend to participate in.
The Delaware Family Policy Council websites are hosted by servers in the United States. Accordingly, if you are located outside of the United States, the Voluntarily Submitted Data you provide to us will be transferred to the United States. By submitting your Voluntarily Submitted Data, you consent to its transfer and storage in the United States and its use in accordance with the purposes for which it was originally collected.