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Data.Alaska.gov Data Policy
THE STATE OF ALASKA MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTY AS TO THE COMPLETENESS, ACCURACY, TIMELINESS, OR CONTENT OF ANY DATA MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS SITE. THE STATE OF ALASKA EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
While owners of the data will take care to refrain from changes to the data format or schemas, there may be an occasional need to change the data format or schema as the data is modified and/or updated or addendums to the data are completed. It is understood that the information contained in the site is being used at your own risk.
Unless otherwise indicated, State Departments and agencies who submit the data available on data.Alaska.gov are the authoritative source and thereby responsible for data quality. These Departments retain control of the data sets and feeds accessed on data.Alaska.gov and therefore the published data may be updated, corrected, or refreshed at any time.
Unless otherwise noted in metadata, data sets available on data.Alaska.gov are in the public domain.
Attribution When Using the Data
We ask that proper credit be given when using content, data, documentation, code, and related materials from data.Alaska.gov or other sources publicly available from the State of Alaska in your own work. An example citation in APA format is provided below:
Department of Health and Social Services. (2020). COVID-19: Table 1 Daily Cases Hospitalizations and Deaths [Data set]. State of Alaska Open Data Portal. https://data.alaska.gov/COVID/COVID-19-Table-1-Daily-Cases-Hospitalizations-and-/kn6v-jfaw
Right to Modify and/or Discontinue Feeds
Nothing in this data policy alters or impedes the ability of authorities of the departments and agencies of the State of Alaska to perform their responsibilities under the law in a manner that is consistent with applicable legal, regulatory, or state requirements. Nor does this data policy limit the protection afforded any information by other provisions of law. This data policy is intended only to improve the internal management of information controlled by SOA and it is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity, by a party against the State of Alaska, its Departments, officers, employees, or agents.
Disclaimer of Endorsement
The information posted on the data.Alaska.gov website includes hypertext links or pointers, to information created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations. Data.Alaska.gov only provides these links and pointers for your information and convenience. When you select a link to an outside website, you are leaving the data.Alaska.gov site and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the outside website.
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The State uses methods to protect individual privacy, such as through the removal or obfuscation of personally identifiable information ("PII") or location data. You hereby understand and agree that you will not take any measures to re-identify the data or to contact individuals whose information is represented by the data. You shall not combine the data with data from any other data sets for re-identification of individuals. In the event that the data is re-identified, and you become aware of such an event, you are responsible for ensuring that any PII is immediately destroyed and that no PII is disclosed to any other individual or entity, and ask that you promptly notify the State of such re-identification and provide proof to the State of the destruction of any PII.
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