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If you simply visit my Web site and do not email me or sign up for my e-Newsletter, my Web site does not collect any personal information about you. You can also contact me by e-mail using my Web site's online web form to express your views or concerns or to ask for assistance with a particular problem involving a federal agency. The online Web form asks you for your name, address, and e-mail address. I use this information to follow up with you about the issue you wrote me or to provide casework assistance regarding problems you may be experiencing in dealing with a government agency. This information will also be available to members of my staff so they can help me in responding to your message or request.
If you are requesting help with a casework matter, my office may also need to share your information with other government agencies in order to respond to your request. My office will not share personal information communicated through my Web site with any outside organization or individual except when needed to perform constituent casework at your request, or in the course of an authorized law enforcement investigation or emergency posing an imminent risk to public safety.
Some casework requests require my office to provide your information to other relevant federal agencies. These agencies must comply with the Privacy Act of 1974, which requires you to provide written permission to a federal agency before it can share any information with my office. Please click on the link below to download a release form to complete, sign, and return to my office at: Senator John McCain, 5353 North 16th Street, Suite 105, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. If you need assistance with the permission form, please feel free to contact me at 602-952-2410. You can download an Adobe Acrobat PDF version of our casework Privacy Act here.
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