The Norwegian-American Historical Association (NAHA) collects certain
information from users, but we neither give away nor sell any personal
information to third parties. You may direct any privacy questions to NAHA via
electronic mail or our postal address.
Although we make no membership lists available to third parties, we can
help connect members with similar Norwegian-American interests in their
Our system collects server log data which may include an IP address, the
type of browser and operating system used, the time of day visited, the
pages viewed, and search requests. We aggregate this data and use it for
statistical purposes, helping us to ascertain, for example, the amount
of interest in portions of our web site, and how to improve the navigation
and content of our web site.
Personally identifying information that you provide by e-mail or web forms
will be used only for such purposes as are described at the point of collection
(for example, on a web form), such as to send information to you, or to
respond to your questions or comments.
A form of anonymous web site user information that we may collect is called
a "cookie". A cookie is a small text file of information that
our web server stores on your computer to distinguish your visit to our
site from the hundreds or thousands who may be visiting our site at the
same time. This cookie is only active while you are visiting our site
and is not being used for marketing purposes, nor for any reason that
may compromise your privacy. For instance, during page or record navigation,
a cookie helps make sure that each user is sent the correct page of information
they are currently requesting.
Our web site contains links to many other web sites. When you go to another
site, you are subject to the privacy and security policies of that site.
NAHA cannot guarantee the accuracy of information provided there.
NAHA collects no information from children for demographic purposes.
NAHA reserves the right to change the policy on the use of information
statement and will be posted at least 30 days prior to implementation.