Information Collected Through This Web Site
This Web Site uses "cookies" to collect identifiable information about you. "Cookies" are a common technique used to track a specific, identifiable user's activity on-line. Additionally, we collect information about users specifically and in the aggregate by performing analyses on the web server's log files. This information is used to determine, among other things:
- The Web Site's most popular pages;
- The browsers and operating systems most often used by visitors;
- In limited situations, who the visitors to the Web Site are;
- The web sites and search engines that have referred visitors to the Web Site; and
- The domains from which users visit the Web Site.
This analysis does not involve personally identifiable information. This information is collected for the purpose of helping the Federal Reserve understand and better meet the audiences' needs.
The Web Site may provide relevant links to Web Sites outside of the Federal Reserve Banks and the Board as an additional resource for users. Neither the Federal Reserve Banks nor the Board is responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web Sites.
This Web Site is not directed toward children under 13. The Federal Reserve Banks and the Board are committed to complying with applicable laws and requirements, such as the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. The Federal Reserve Banks and the Board do not knowingly collect personal data from children under 13. Minor children should always obtain parental consent before releasing personal information to any website.
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