Center for Childhood Safety is committed to protecting your privacy.
Our site may contain links to other websites over which we have no control. CCS is not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of other websites to which you choose to link from this site.
What information do we gather?
CCS gathers information indirectly through our Internet access logs. When you access CCS' website, your Internet address is automatically collected and is placed in our Internet access logs. We may also record the URLs of the websites and pages you visit (before, during and after your visit to the CCS website), the times and dates of such visits, information about the computer hardware and software you use and other information that may be available.
We also collect information directly when you voluntarily submit it to us. Throughout our site, we provide opportunities to signup for our newsletter. It is completely up to you whether or not you want to provide it.
How does the Center for Childhood Safety use this information?
We analyze the information we gather to determine what is most effective about our site, to help us identify ways to improve it, and eventually, to determine how we can tailor the CCS website to make it more effective for our visitors. The personal information CCS collects when you sign up for the newsletter may be used for marketing purposes. CCS will not sell, lease, or rent any information that we collect from our website. It will only be used internally.
What about sensitive personal data?
We do not generally seek to collect sensitive personal data through our website or mobile applications. If we do seek to collect such data, we will ask you to consent to our proposed uses of the data.
Do we give you access to your information?
You are entitled to know whether we hold information about you and, if we do, to have access to that information and require it to be corrected if it is inaccurate. You can do this by sending us an email.
What about data security?
We take appropriate steps to maintain the security of your data on. You should understand that the open nature of the Internet is such that data may flow over networks without security measures and may be accessed and used by people other than those for whom the data is intended.