Your privacy is very important to us.
Introduction. The teen-safe.org website collects information in different ways from Clients, Users, and Visitors who access the various parts of our Services and web site accessible through our Service.
Registration. Users may be asked to provide certain personal information in order to provide verification of course completion, including name(s), student(s) names, name of student’s school (Client), gender, email address, address, quiz score, time spent at teen-safe.org and the type of personal computer being used to access the Services.
Responses to Email Inquiries. When Visitors, Users or Clients send email inquiries to our company, the return email address is used to answer the email inquiry we receive.
Voluntary Surveys. We may periodically conduct Visitor, User or Client surveys. We encourage users to participate in these surveys because they provide us with important information that helps us to improve the types of products and services we offer and how we provide them to you.
We may take the information we receive from individual responders to our surveys and combine (or aggregate) these with responses of other responders we may have, to create broader, generic response to the survey questions (such as gender, age, residence, hobbies, education, employment, industry sector, or other demographic information). We then use the aggregated information to improve the quality of our services to you, and to develop new services and products. This aggregated, non-personally identifying information may be shared with third parties.
Browser Level Information. The teen-safe.org web server may automatically collect information about a site user’s IP address, browser type and the URL that you just came from (whether this URL is on the website or not) and which URL you next go to (whether this URL is on the website or not) by reading this information from the user’s browser (information provided by every user’s browser). This information is collected in a database and used – in an aggregated, anonymous manner – in our internal analysis of traffic patterns within our website. This information is automatically logged by most websites.
Teen-safe does not maintain a process for an individual consumer who uses or visits our commercial web site or online service to review and request changes to any of his or her personally identifiable information that is collected through our web site or online service.
Personal Identifying Information. Depending on the visitor’s activity, in our web site or online service, the following “personally identifiable information” may be collected, in addition to information set forth in other sections of this document.
The term “personally identifiable information” means individually identifiable information about an individual collected online by teen-safe in an accessible form, and may include any of the following:
1. A first and last name.
2. Student’s name
3. An e-mail address.
4. Any other identifier that permits the physical or online contacting of a specific individual.
Most website browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to display a warning before accepting a cookie, or to refuse all cookies. However, if you choose to disable the receipt of cookies from our website, you may not be able to use certain features of the site. Visit www.aboutcookies.org to learn about how to delete and control cookies using the mail browser types.
We may also use data from Google’s Interest-based advertising or 3rd-party audience data (such as age, gender and interests) with Google Analytics, to create educational and marketing content geared toward the demographics and interests of Visitors and Users.
You can opt-out of Google Analytics for Display Advertising and customize Google Display Network ads using Google’s Ads Settings at https://www.google.com/settings/ads. You can also use Google’s Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on at: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/
Children’s Privacy. Protecting student’s privacy is especially important to us. It is our policy to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 and all other applicable laws.
Teen-safe’s Commitment to Data Security. Services and websites we sponsor have security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information under our control. While we make every effort to ensure the integrity and security of our network and systems, we cannot guarantee that our security measures will prevent third-party “hackers” from illegally obtaining this information.
Last updated: May 16, 2014