Utah Code 63D-2-102. Definitions
Current as of: 2010
As used in this chapter:
(1) (a) "Collect" means the gathering of personally identifiable information:
(i) from a user of a governmental website; or
(ii) about a user of the governmental website.
(b) "Collect" includes use of any identifying code linked to a user of a governmental website.
(2) "Court website" means a website on the Internet that is operated by or on behalf of any court created in Title 78A, Chapter 1, Judiciary.
(3) "Governmental entity" means:
(a) an executive branch agency as defined in Section 63F-1-102;
(b) the legislative branch;
(c) the judicial branch;
(d) the State Board of Education;
(e) the Board of Regents;
(f) an institution of higher education; and
(g) a political subdivision of the state:
(i) as defined in Section 17B-1-102; and
(ii) including a school district.
(4) (a) "Governmental website" means a website on the Internet that is operated by or on behalf of a governmental entity.
(b) "Governmental website" includes a court website.
(5) "Governmental website operator" means a governmental entity or person acting on behalf of the governmental entity that:
(a) operates a governmental website; and
(b) collects or maintains personally identifiable information from or about a user of that website.
(6) "Personally identifiable information" means information that identifies:
(a) a user by:
(ii) account number;
(iii) physical address;
(iv) email address;
(v) telephone number;
(vi) Social Security number;
(vii) credit card information; or
(viii) bank account information;
(b) a user as having requested or obtained specific materials or services from a governmental website;
(c) Internet sites visited by a user; or
(d) any of the contents of a user's data-storage device.
(7) "User" means a person who accesses a governmental website.
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