Privacy Policy

When visiting this website the domain from which you came is collected. Except for what you submit to us, we do not collect any personally identifiable information. Only your name will be revealed to the membership when you submit an essay for publication in the Public Response newsletter. Your email address will be used to respond to you and may be published with your essay with your permission. The membership includes all of the subscribers to the Public Response newsletter. The membership also includes readers and individuals that visit the Public Response website.

In addition, if you use Public Response as a forum to promote your political views, through the publication of an essay, in an effort to maintain or become elected to a public office, your name and subscription status may be revealed to the membership. Public Response is an interactive email forum that welcomes the communication between those promoting their political views to maintain or become elected to public office and those with questions or comments regarding those views. If you unsubscribe from Public Response, we may disclose your name and subscription status for the purpose of notifying the membership that they may no longer communicate with you through the Public Response newsletter or website.

None of the information provided by you to Public Response is sold or transferred to third parties.


You have the choice as a member of public response to not provide us with your name or email address. However, it is the policy of Public Response to only publish essays that include the author’s name. Therefore, if you choose not to submit your name, Public Response will not publish your essay.

We may be required by court orders or other laws to divulge information about you to law enforcement authorities, to government agencies or to the court.


If you would like to view your information maintained by Public Response to make corrections or deletions, please contact us using the contact information below and the information will be provided to you.


No transmission that you make on the Internet is secure. Since your name, and possibly your email, are published with your submission we provide no security for this information. Your name or email address will not be released or shared with any third parties.


We will post any substantial changes in this privacy policy at least 30 days prior to the change taking effect. Any information collected under this current policy will remain bound by the terms of this privacy policy. After the changes take effect, all new information collected, if any, will be subject to the revised privacy policy.


If you have questions about this policy or feel that we have acted in violation of this policy, please contact Mr. Jim Cuddeback at the address or email below:

Jim Cuddeback

Public Response
710 Virginia Ave.
Personally Identifiable Information

We consider the following to be “personally identifiable information”:

1. Your name

2. Your email address

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