This website collects no personal information when you visit unless you choose to provide that information to me during your visit so that we can contact you about an issue you have raised or help you with a problem. Below is a more specific description of the type of information that may be gathered when you visit this web site and how that information is handled.
Information Collected and Stored Automatically
The U.S. Senate collects aggregate data about visits to Senate web sites, such as statistics that show which parts of each web site were visited the most. The following information is also collected when you visit any U.S. Senate web site: the domain from which you access the Senate web site, the date and time of your visit, the pages you visit, and the address of the web site, if any, that provided the link from which you reached the Senate site. This information is gathered only for the purpose of enabling us to improve the online service we provide to visitors to Senate web sites.
No individual identifying or personal information (such as your name) is automatically gathered when you visit any Senate web site. This web site does not use 'cookies' or other means to track your visit to this site in any way. The Senate provides more information on its security policy.
If You Send Personal Information
This website is set up not to collect any personal information about you when you visit the site unless you choose to provide that information to us. This website has an online web form that you can use to contact me by sending me an electronic mail message expressing your views or concerns or asking for assistance with a particular problem involving a federal agency. To send an e-mail, the online web form asks you for your name, address, and e-mail address. This information is used to contact you about the matter on which you expressed your views and to provide casework assistance regarding problems you may be experiencing in dealing with a government agency. This information will be available to staff members to assist in responding to your message or request.
If you are requesting help with a casework matter, it also may be necessary for the office to share the information you provide with one or more government agencies, in order to respond to your request.
Senator Lee's office tabulates comments received through the web site concerning legislation and government policy issues to stay fully informed about the views of constituents. From time to time, the office may come across a comment made by a constituent, or a situation described by a constituent, in an e-mail message (as well as postal mail, phone calls, and faxes) that Senator Lee feels makes a point of such general interest that he would like to refer to it in a speech, include it in the Congressional Record, or make some other use of it. If you intend your message to be confidential, and would prefer that it not be used in such a way, please express that in the message.
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