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    Thank you for visiting the Florida Supreme Court website. Your privacy is very important to the Supreme Court. It is the policy of the judicial branch to collect no personal information about you when you visit, unless you affirmatively choose to make such information available.

    When you visit, the Web server automatically recognizes only the Internet domain and IP address from which you accessed the site. This information does not capture or identify your personal e-mail address or other personal information. The Florida Supreme Court website does not use cookies.

    In addition, information is only gathered by us regarding the volume and timing of access to the site by collecting information on the date, time and pages you visited while at the site. This is done so that the content of the site can be improved. Your personal information is not identified through this internal data collection process.

    You should be aware that private Web companies like Google may collect information on their own, especially if you use a search engine owned by such private companies to access the Florida Supreme Court's website.

    If you choose to share personal information with the Florida Supreme Court, such as by sending a message or an email or by filling out an electronic form with personal information, the information will be saved for a designated period of time in order to comply with Judicial Branch public records retention policies. However, information will not be disclosed to third parties or other government agencies, unless required by state or federal law, by a Rule of Court, or by a court order. Please note that Florida's public records law requires that information received in connection with court business must be made available to anyone upon request, unless the information is subject to a specific exemption.

    The Florida Supreme Court uses privately owned social media like Facebook and Twitter to provide the public with information about our work, the public services we provide, our history, and similar matters. We do not endorse any advertisements or other information not posted on social media by our own staff. We do not receive anything of monetary value from these social media companies, and we have no control over the way they may monitor your individual use of social media.

    If you have other questions about this privacy policy, or have suggestions on how it may be improved, please feel free to e-mail us at


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