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The California Digital Library is committed to protecting your privacy to the greatest extent possible, subject to provisions of state and federal law. While our systems gather a variety of user information in the normal course of providing services, this information is kept for limited purposes only.
The following additional practices, specific to the administration of the Online Archive of California, may also affect the amount of privacy you are afforded on this website.
The content on this website is contributed by cultural heritage institutions across California. We provide our contributors aggregate reports of usage statistics on the content they have submitted, currently derived from web server logs. Additionally, some contributors use Google Analytics to track usage of their content on this website and may take advantage of data sharing options offered by that service.
This website will sometimes conduct user surveys. When doing so, it may set a flash local storage "cookie" so users are only surveyed once per computer. Survey results are collected as Google Analytics events.
This statement was last revised on December 1, 2011 and may be revised at any time.
We collect a limited amount of user information in order to provide the best possible performance and services on the OAC. Statistics help us understand things like how visitors are arriving at and using the OAC, which in turn inform our decisions to change or add new material to the website.
We believe it is important to be transparent about the kinds of information we collect from you when you visit this website and to describe your options, when available.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, feel free to contact us.