Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the AGGSOGA web site and for reviewing AGGSOGA's Privacy Policy. AGGSOGA does not collect any personal information when you visit our web site unless you choose to provide that information. The AGGSOGA privacy policy is as follows:

During a visit to the AGGSOGA web site, if the web site is simply browsed or information downloaded, certain information will be gathered and stored automatically about the visit. This information does not identify you personally. We automatically collect and store only the following information:

  • the Internet domain (for example, "xcompany.com" if a private Internet access account is used, or "schoolname.edu" if connecting from a university's domain) and IP address (an IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to a computer when surfing the Web);

  • the operating system and information about the browser used when accessing the site;

  • the visit date and time;

  • the pages visited; and

  • the address of the web site visited immediately prior to visiting the AGGSOGA site.

Collection and analysis of this information in the aggregate will help us enhance site performance, improve informational materials available on our web site, and improve overall customer service. If an e-mail message to AGGSOGA is sent or a questionnaire, form, or other online survey found on the AGGSOGA web site is completed, AGGSOGA will maintain the information in accordance with applicable federal law.

AGGSOGA does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any information about AGGSOGA web site visitors unless required for law enforcement or otherwise required by law.

For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, AGGSOGA employs software programs to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage..

Use of Cookies
AGGSOGA webpages use two types of “cookies” session-based and persistent. The majority of cookies used are session-based. These bits of information are stored temporarily in your computer's random access memory (RAM) as a line of text. When you close your browser, the cookie is destroyed and no trace of it remains on your hard drive