The Speaking Up For Us website has been built to meet the highest standards of full disability accessibility. For example, any graphics that contain important content include technology that permits a voice reader to recognize the text. All attachments are in both Adobe Acrobat PDF and HTML formats. No graphics interfere with the ability to read text if it is enlarged.
In addition to making technical modifications that provide greater accessibility, we have run accessibility tests with multiple assistive technologies - such as screen readers and screen enlarging software - to analyze and alter our pages. We have also engaged accessibility experts and people with disabilities to further test and adapt our website for optimal usability.
Although we continue to test and modify our website for accessibility, there may be some links and pages developed by others that are not fully compliant with our standards. We have chosen to include these pages to provide the most information. We encourage you to contact the webmaster of any site linked to ours to discuss their accessibility issues. If you would like further information about our accessibility standards, have problems accessing this website, or have any questions, comments, or suggestions we welcome you to please contact our webmaster.
Download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader to view PDF documents. If you would like information on the disability accessibility of PDF documents, and the latest technology that can make PDF documents accessible, please visit http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/products/reader/.
Every computer connected to the Internet is given a domain name and a set of numbers that serve as that computer's "Internet Protocol." When a visitor requests a page from any website within the SUFU Network, our web servers automatically recognize that visitor's domain name and IP address. The domain name and IP address reveal nothing personal about you other than the IP address from which you have accessed our site. We use this information to examine our traffic in aggregate, and to investigate misuse of the SUFU Network, its users, or to cooperate with law enforcement. We do not collect and evaluate this information for specific individuals. Our web servers do not automatically record e-mail addresses of the visitors. See also Will you disclose the information you collect to outside third parties?
SUFU offers access to some services that require registration. We may use your registration contact information to send notification to you of SUFU announcements by e-mail and/or postal mail. We also may share that information with our partnering organizations. Our partnering organizations may send you promotional material that is related to the topic of the service for which you registered. We may also use your IP address internally and share it with third parties. See also Will you disclose the information that you collect to outside third parties?
We may from time to time send e-mail announcing events or issues important to SUFU. Except as stated above, SUFU will not send you e-mail that you have not agreed to receive.
When you register, for instance to receive information, we may ask for your name, address, and e-mail address so we can perform the services requested or described.
When you use co-branded services, or those provided by a third party, within the SUFU Network, your information may be passed to the co-brand or third party provider and their use of your information is subject to their applicable privacy policies.
SUFU will disclose personal information and/or an IP address when required by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to:
SUFU uses reasonable precautions to keep the information disclosed to us secure. SUFU cannot be and is not not responsible for any breach of security or for any actions of any third parties that receive the information. We are not responsible for such third party privacy policies or how they treat information about their users.
Please keep in mind that whenever you voluntarily disclose personal information online - for example through e-mail, discussion lists, or elsewhere - that information can be collected and used by others. In short, if you post personal information online that is accessible to the public, you may receive unsolicited messages from other parties in return.
Ultimately, you are solely responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your personal information. Please be careful and responsible whenever you're online.