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At the Town of Marshall, Rusk County, Wisconsin we are committed to honoring the privacy of the online visitors to our websites. We recognize the importance to you of maintaining an appropriate level of privacy and security for the personal information we collect from you over the Internet. The following discloses our website information gathering and use practices and is limited to the protection and use of personal information collected by us in the online environment. Your access to and use of our site are subject to this policy and any other terms of use or policies posted by us. Please note that this privacy statement applies only to this site and not to the websites of other entities or organizations to which we may link. All references to the “Town of Marshall” throughout this policy statement include, unless otherwise stated, all successors and assigns.

What Kinds of Information Does this website Collect and Use? The only personally identifiable information we collect about visitors is provided voluntarily. In general, you can visit our website without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself. However, some portions of our website may be accessible only to users who have registered with us (and who may be asked to provide certain information as part of a registration or login process). In addition, our Web servers may use “cookies” (described below) to collect information about visitors such as domain names, but not your e-mail addresses. This information may be aggregated to measure such things as the number of visits, average time spent on the site, number of pages viewed, and methods by which our site was found. The Town of Marshall uses such information to evaluate the use of our site and to continuously improve the content and services being provided.

Who Has Access to This Information? When any user visits this website, no personally identifiable information is obtained by the Town, except as noted herein, about the user. If the user contacts the Town by e-mail, facsimile or other written communication regarding any concerns or questions about the website, any such written communications received by the Town will be considered a public record by the municipality and subject to Wisconsin law. If the Town, by any use, desires to complete any survey by this website, the Town will disclose what personal information will be sought and obtained from the survey participants for the municipality and how it will be made public by the Town. When you send us e-mail, you may provide individually-identifiable information to us. You may supply information about yourself for a specific purpose. We use the information for that purpose and to manage the internal operations and security of our website consistent with the terms of use established from time to time governing this site. Such purpose may involve the disclosure of such information to affiliated governmental bodies where necessary to and for the limited purpose of processing your request, processing a transaction authorized by you or providing you with requested services. It may become necessary to share information in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of statute, or as otherwise required by law. Certain federal, state and local laws or government regulations may require us to disclose non-public personal information about you. In these circumstances, we will use reasonable efforts to disclose only the information required by law, subpoena or court order to be disclosed.

Cookies Our site may make use of cookies (or a similar technology) to better manage our sites and to assist us in providing you with tailored information and services. A cookie is a tiny element of data that a website can send to your browser, which is stored on your hard drive so that we can do things such as better serve you as you navigate through our site or when you return. You may set your browser to notify you or decline the receipt of a cookie; however, certain features of our sites may not function properly or be available if your browser is configured to disable cookies.

E-Mail The Town of Marshall policy is not to disclose private e-mail communications that are transmitted using the Town of Marshall website except to respond, if directed to us, or as required to operate the service, as set forth in the terms of use and policies established from time to time governing the service, or as otherwise required by law.

Children The Town of Marshall recognizes the importance of children’s safety and privacy on the Internet. For this reason and to comply with certain laws, we do not intentionally collect personal, individually identifiable information from children under the age of 13, nor do we offer content targeted to children under 13. Children should always ask their parents or guardians for permission before disclosing any information online. Several software companies can provide children’s safety software.

Security The Town of Marshall maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards designed to protect the confidentiality of personal information provided by you at our website. For example, unique passcodes or passwords are required to access a number of our website services. We regularly test and update our technology to help protect your information. However, such precautions do not guarantee that our website is invulnerable to all security breaches. The Town of Marshall makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation that use of our website is protected from all viruses, security threats or other vulnerabilities and that your information will always be secure. When doing business with others, such as advertisers to whom you can link from our site, you should consider the separate security and privacy policies of those other sites. For security questions contact [email protected].

Links to Other Sites For the convenience of our visitors and customers, this website may contain links to other sites. While we generally try to link only to sites that share similar high standards and respect for privacy, we are not responsible for the content, products or services offered or the privacy and security practices employed by these other sites.

Revisions Because of the evolving nature of the technologies that we use, we may amend this policy from time to time. We will post any revisions on this site. For more information about our Privacy Policy, please contact the Town of Marshall, Rusk County, Wisconsin at [email protected].