This privacy statement addresses the collection, security, and disclosure of information that is obtained during your use of the SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination website. The privacy of our website visitors is important to the SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination.
Please note that information provided by visitors to this website may be subject to disclosure as required by State or federal law or as otherwise described in this privacy statement.
CHANGES TO THIS STATEMENT
The SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination may change this privacy statement from time to time. If we change this privacy statement at some point in the future, we will post the changes on our website. By continuing to use the website after we post any changes, you accept and agree to this privacy statement, as modified.
The SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination will endeavor to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of your information. However, in the course of performing their job duties, SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination employees may be able to view, or have access to, the information you provide.
In addition, because the SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination is a public agency, information collected on this site may be subject to disclosure under the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). FOIA includes various exemptions, however, including an exemption that permits public bodies to withhold from disclosure certain types of information of a personal nature in order to preserve the privacy of individuals.
Data maintained in SC Commission on Prosecution Coordination systems will be protected using the security protocols established by the Division of Information Security (DIS). The Division of Information Security’s policies and procedures may be viewed at http://www.admin.sc.gov/technology/information-security.
The Family Privacy Protection Act of 2002: This Act prohibits persons or private entities from using any personal information obtained from a state agency for commercial solicitation purposes. A person knowingly violating this prohibition is guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to the penalties specified in South Carolina Code of Laws Section 30-2-50(D).
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), 15 U.S.C. § 6501, et seq.: Our website is not geared towards children under 13 years of age. Younger visitors should always check with their parents or guardians before entering information on any website, and we encourage families to discuss their household guidelines regarding the online sharing of personal information.
DATA YOU PROVIDE TO US
If your data is stored in our system, it may be accessed by our staff members in the performance of their job duties and may be subject to disclosure by rule, regulation, or law. For example, we may be required, by law, to disclose your data without your consent and without notice in order to comply with a valid legal process, such as a subpoena, court order, or search warrant.
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