Privacy
Thank you for visiting Riddick Senate Procedure website and reviewing our privacy policy. We collect NO personal information when you visit our website. If you choose to provide that information to us it is only used to fulfill your request for information. We do collect some technical information when you visit to make your visit seamless. The section below explains how we handle and collect technical information when you visit our website.

Information Collected and Stored Automatically For statistical purposes, GPO automatically gathers and stores information about your visit. This information never identifies who you are. The information gathered and stored about your visit is listed below:

  • The IP address from which users access our web site
  • The date and time you access our web site
  • The URL's of the pages you visit

This information is only used to help us make the site more useful for you. We never track or record information about individuals and their visits.

Cookies
GPO does not enable cookies to collect personal information to recognize your computer in the future; however, "per-session cookies" are used. These cookies do not collect personal information on users and they are erased as soon as you leave our website. Per-Session cookies serve technical purposes like providing seamless navigation through the Riddick Senate Procedure web site. These cookies do not permanently record data and they are not stored on your computer's hard drive. Riddick Senate Procedure cookies are stored in memory on the server and are only available during an active browser session. Again, once you close your browser, the cookie disappears. To take full advantage of the features on the Riddick Senate Procedure web site, you must enable the per-session cookies option on your browser. In Internet Explorer 5.5, its called "Allow per-session cookies (not stored)". In Netscape 4.77, its called "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server".

JavaScript (AJAX)
Instructions for enabling JavaScript in Various Browsers is provided below. The Online Guide to House Members and Senators site is an AJAX enable Web site and it requires that JavaScripts be enabled in your browser. This is done through your browser properties page. Information on how to do this in most Internet browsers is provided below. If your browser is not listed please visit the site of the company that provides your particular browser and search for "enable javascript."

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x and above
On the menu bar click on "Tools" then "Internet Options."
From Internet Options, select the "Security" tab.
Click Custom Level.
Scroll down to "Scripting," make sure "Active Scripting" is set to Enable.
Click "OK."
Click "Yes" or "OK" when asked, "Are sure you wish to change the security settings for this zone."
Click "OK" on the Internet Properties window.
Close all open Internet Explorer windows and then relaunch Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x
On the menu bar click on "Tools" then "Internet Options."
Click on the "Security" tab.
Click "Custom Level" button.
Scroll down to "Scripting," section.
Set "Active Scripting" to "Enable."
Click "OK" on the Internet Properties window.
Close all open Internet Explorer windows and then relaunch Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x
On the menu bar click on "View" then "Internet Options."
Click on the "Advanced" tab.
Scroll down to "Scripting," section.
Set "Active Scripting" to "Enable."
Click "OK."
Click "Yes" or "OK"
Click "OK" on the Internet Properties window.
Close all open Internet Explorer windows and then relaunch Internet Explorer.

Netscape Communicator 4.x
Select "Preferences" from the Edit menu.
Find the "Enable JavaScript" section in the "Advanced" category.
Select "Enable JavaScript".
Click "OK."
Close all open Netscape windows and then relaunch Netscape.