There is, however, an exception: “[W]e may share information provided in your application with the appropriate authorities for law enforcement and audit activities.”
The second of these pause-worthy conditions states that any emails sent to the system will become part of the public record, and ergo, that “your correspondence could be disclosed to other parties upon their request in accordance with Maryland’s Public Information Act.” Awesome.
As Bier notes, the wording of the privacy statement looks awfully and deliberately vague; to which authorities, exactly, is the statement referring, and who exactly determines when it is appropriate to release that information to said authorities? The world may never know.
Oh, but I think it will. The hard way.