OF STREET SERVICES
The purpose of this statement is to define the Bureau of Street Services'
policy with regards to the collection and use of personally identifiable
information (any information relating to an identified or identifiable
individual who is the subject of the information).
Personally Identifiable Information
- Email address
- Telephone number
- Credit/debit card information
The Bureau of
Street Services will make every reasonable effort to protect your privacy.
It restricts access to your personal identifiable information to those
employees that will respond to your request. The Bureau of Street Services
does not intentionally disclose any personal information about our users
to any third parties inside or outside the Bureau of Street Services except
as required by law.
The Bureau of
Street Services only collects personally identifiable information that
is required to provide service. You can decline to provide us with any
personal information on any site on the Internet at any time. However,
if you should choose to withhold requested information, we may not be
able to provide you with the online services dependent upon the collection
of that information.
E-mail addresses obtained through the web site will not be sold or given
to other private companies for marketing purposes. The information collected
is subject to the access and confidentiality provisions of the Public
Records Act, other applicable sections of the California code as well
as federal laws. E-mail or other information requests sent to the Bureau
of Street Services web site may be maintained in order to respond to the
request, forward that request to the appropriate division within the Bureau
of Street Services, communicate updates to the Bureau of Street Services
page that may be of interest to citizens, or to provide the Bureau of
Street Services web designer with valuable customer feedback to assist
in improving the site. Individuals can cancel any communications regarding
new service updates at any time.
The Bureau of Street Services is committed to data security and the data
quality of personally identifiable information that is either available
from or collected by our web site and has taken reasonable precautions
to protect such information from loss, misuse or alteration.
When the Bureau
of Street Services application accepts credit cards or any other particularly
sensitive information for any of its services, it encrypts all ordering
information, such as your name and credit card number, in order to protect
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Date last modified:
June 4, 2001