Utah Liberty Alliance collects non-personally-identifying information about visitors to our website, provided by the user’s browser, in order to analyze how users interact with our site (traffic sources, search terms, popular content, etc.). This information is never shared except in aggregate form to show general trends in website usage. We will not respond to any third-party requests for this information unless required to do so by law, and even then we’ll fight it tooth and nail.
Any information submitted via our contact form and comment forms may be made publicly available. For this reason, we have no problem with visitors submitting fake names or fake/throwaway email addresses; however, if you would like us to reply, please provide at least one method for getting in touch with you. Again, we reserve the right to release this information to the public should a good reason present itself.
Utah Liberty Alliance does not seek to profit from its operations; therefore, we will not ever sell the information we collect to anyone for any reason.
This website makes use of “cookies” to aid the user experience. For instance, when visitors enter their name and email address in the comment forms on our site, this information is stored in a cookie in the user’s browser so that it is auto-populated for the next comment. Users can control this behavior by deleting or blocking cookies; however, this may prevent the user from interacting with the site.
This policy is subject to change at any time, and users are invited to check it every now and then for such changes.