1. Acknowledgement and Acceptance of Terms
2. Information We Collect & How We Use It
We collect certain information from and about our users in three ways: (1) directly from our web server logs, (2) from the user, and (3) with cookies.
a. Web Server Logs
When you visit our website, we may track non-personally identifiable information to administer the website and analyze its usage. Examples of information we may track include:
• Your internet protocol (IP) address • The browser or computer you’re using • The pages you view on the website • The items you click within the website • The state or country from which you access the website • The date and time of your visit • The name of your internet service provider
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies. If you reject cookies by changing your browser settings, just be aware that this may disable some of the functionality of our website.
For website browsing and general visits, cookies are not mandatory. However, once you leave the public website (for instance, to log into online banking) your visit will require cookies.
c. Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
d. Google Analytics Advertising Features
1. How Cincinnati Federal and third-party vendors use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) or other first-party identifiers, and third-party cookies (such as the DoubleClick cookie) or other third-party identifiers together.
2. How you can opt-out of the Google Analytics Advertising Features Cincinnati Federal would be using, including through Ads Settings, Ad Settings for mobile apps, or any other available means (for example, the NAI's consumer opt-out).
3. A link to Google Analytics' currently available web opt-outs.
3. Use of Web Beacons or .gif Files
Our web pages may contain electronic images known as web beacons – sometimes also called single-pixel gifs – that allow us to count users who have visited those pages. We may include web beacons in email messages or newsletters in order to determine whether messages have been opened and acted upon.
4. CHILDREN'S ONLINE PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT (COPPA)
The Federal Trade Commission adopted a regulation (16 CFR 312) to implement the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which governs the collection and use and/or disclosure of personal information from and about children on the internet. Cincinnati Federal does not collect personal information from children under age 13 on any Bank website by either requesting that children make personal information publicly available, enabling children to make personal information available or through the passive tracking or use of any identifying code linked to an individual.
5. Changes to This Policy
6. Contact Information