This is how Skyline Ranch Estates POA will handle information gathered about you from your visit to the web site. The information received depends on what you do when you visit this site.
If you visit this site to browse, read or download information (e.g., news, events, SRE documents, etc):
If you choose to identify yourself by sending email or when using online forms:
The Skyline Ranch POA board and webmaster will use your personally-identifying information only to fulfill your request for information or access to areas of the website. If you consent, we may use the information you send as a topic for discussion on this web site; however, inclusion of such will require your specific consent. Skyline Ranch Estates POA will NOT sell, rent, exchange or release to third parties any personal-identifying information you submit via the web site or in email to the Board or webmaster.
Information You Provide
About the security of the information you provide us:
If you send an email to webmaster or Board, you should know that email is not necessarily secure against interception. So, if your communication includes sensitive information that you prefer not to use in email, please contact the Board by postal mail or telephone rather than email.
Our policy on children's information:
It is the agreed policy of the Board to provide the protection of the privacy of Skyline Ranch children. Therefore, the web site will never knowingly identify a minor child on the web site. Photos posted of Skyline Ranch children will not bear captions specifically identifying any child.
If you have concerns about the privacy of Skyline Ranch children on the website, please contact the Board or webmaster.
If you experience technical problems with the operation of this web site, contact the webmaster.
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