Coming Into Radiance respects your privacy. The Coming Into Radiance website does not collect personal information about visitors. In particular, we do not use “cookies” to collect information.
Personal information that you provide via e-mail or through other online means will be used only for purposes necessary to serve your needs, such as responding to an inquiry or other request for information. This may involve redirecting your inquiry or comment to another person or department better suited to meeting your needs.
We do, however, use server logs to collect information concerning your Internet connection and general information about your visit to our website. This information may be used to analyze trends, to create summary statistics for the purpose of determining technical design specifications and to identify system performance or problem areas.
This means we sometimes acquire, record and analyze portions of the data that is entered into, stored on, and/or transmitted through this site by you. This information is only released — when legally required — to help law enforcement investigations and legal proceedings. These groups would use the information to track the electronic interactions back to the source computer(s) or account(s).
COOKIES: A cookie file contains unique information that a website can use to track such things as passwords, pages you have visited, the date you last looked at a specific page, and to identify your session at a particular website.
SERVER LOG INFORMATION: The following information is collected from server logs for analysis:
User/client hostname – The hostname (or IP address if DNS is disabled) of the user/client requesting access.
HTTP header, “user agent” – The user-agent information includes the type of browser, its version, and the operating system it is running.
HTTP header, “referrer” – The referrer specifies the page from which the client accessed the current page.
System date – The date and time of the user/client request.
Full request – The exact request the user/client made.
Status – The status code the server returned to the user/client.
Content length – The content length, in bytes, of the document sent to the user/client.
Method – The request method used.
Universal Resource Identifier (URI) – The location of a resource on the server.
Query string of the URI – Anything after the question mark in a URI.
Protocol – The transport protocol and version used.