Horton’s Kids has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy for our web site users and our children, their families, volunteers and supporters. The following paragraphs disclose our information gathering and dissemination practices. The privacy statement may change at any time; any changes will be posted on this page. Should you have additional questions, comments or concerns please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 202-544-5033.
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A unique number called an IP address identifies every computer on the Internet. Each time you connect to the Internet your machine is assigned an IP address. An IP address is a number that identifies each sender or receiver of information that is sent in packets across the Internet.
hortonskids.org may contain links to other external web sites that do not fall under the hortonskids.org domain. hortonskids.org is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such external web sites.
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.
We at Horton’s Kids are concerned about protecting children’s privacy and follow these guidelines:
hortonskids.org does not:
- Collect online contact information without prior parental consent or parental notification, which will include an opportunity for the parent to prevent use of the information and participation in the activity. Without prior parental consent, online information will only be used to respond directly to the child’s request and will not be used for other purposes without prior parental consent.
- Collect personally identifiable offline contact information without prior parental consent.
- Distribute to third parties any personally identifiable information with out prior parental consent.
- Give the ability to publicly post or otherwise distribute personally identifiable contact information without prior parental consent.
- Entice by the prospect of a special game, prize, or other activity, to divulge more information than is needed to participate in the activity.