Last Updated: September 08, 2008
This Policy applies to the www.InternetSecurityForParents.com only. It does not apply to any other Internet websites, including those that have hypertext links to or from InternetSecurityForParents.com.
InternetSecurityForParents.com may revise this Policy at any time, and will post the Policy on this web page, including the date, above, of the most recent update. By using the InternetSecurityForParents.com website, you are accepting the practices described in this Policy.
What Personal Information Is Collected, and How Is It Used?
When you visit the InternetSecurityForParents.com website, we collect information about you and your visit, to help us personalize and improve your experience at the site and with other services. Specifically, we collect:
Information you voluntarily provide:
When you place an order on the InternetSecurityForParents.com website, complete any type of registration form, or complete various other online forms, for purposes such as logging in to the website, participating in promotional programs, and more, we receive and store that information. Typically, these voluntary forms include information such as your name, customer number, website userid and password, address information, phone and fax numbers, and email addresses. Other information may be gathered, depending on the form you are completing. Information you provide in online forms is often the same as or similar to information you would provide in traditional printed forms. Any personal information we collect will never be shared, rented, or sold to any third party, EVER!
We use this information to customize your website experience, respond to your requests and needs, register you for events, deliver you products and services, and inform you of products, services, and events that may be of interest to you. We also use this information to control access to various restricted areas of the website.
Information you involuntarily provide:
As you interact with our website, our server logs information about your visit. This information includes things like the website address you came from, the browser you are using, your numeric internet address, the date and time of your visit, and what pages you are viewing; collection of these types of information is a common practice by websites.
We use this information to learn about our visitors as a group, not about you as an individual. This information helps us identify overall usage patterns and trends on the site, and can specifically help us, among other things:
Identify how much traffic various areas of the site receive.
Determine when we should schedule site maintenance.
Identify which other websites send visitors to our site.
Determine demographic profiles of our visitors.
Optimize the site for common browsers used at the site.
Track results of promotional campaigns.
It is possible to browse websites, including the InternetSecurityForParents.com site, anonymously; you have the option of doing so, but doing so may also make it more difficult for the InternetSecurityForParents.com website to best meet your needs.