i-SAFE is a nonprofit organization that teaches students how to protect their privacy on the Internet. Everybody's privacy is very important; so, i-SAFE follows special rules when handling information about people online. i-SAFE uses the following guidelines for collecting and managing personal information. If you have questions about i-SAFE's guidelines, please send them to email@example.com.|
What i-SAFE's Guidelines Cover
* Personal information is information that identifies a person, such as their name, address, or email address, that is not otherwise publicly available.
- How i-SAFE handles personal information* it receives, both on and off the Internet;
- What information i-SAFE collects and how it collects it;
- What you can do to control the information about you that i-SAFE collected, including certain changes you can make to that information; and
- How i-SAFE protects information it collects from misuse.
General Guidelines For Information Collection and Use
- i-SAFE collects and compiles statistical information about all visitors to our web site, even if they haven't registered. The information used to compile statistics is passed from a visitor's computer to our server each time a page is requested. This statistical information is logged and provides long-term usage data and trends that help i-SAFE allocate resources and better meet demands during peak usage. This information is not linked to the end user and is not considered personal information. The information collected includes:
When you register with i-SAFE, you are no longer anonymous. Your registration information is used to deliver i-SAFE education and outreach program material and to help i-SAFE develop future program material. Certain statistical information gathered from our subscribers is used to generate reports for governmental agencies. We must report this information because i-SAFE receives Grant money from the U.S. government. i-SAFE does not identify you by name in these reports; it only reports information in the aggregate.
i-SAFE often collects information from people who attend i-SAFE activities or events or who our staff members meet during the course of their duties. If we believe these people may be interested in the i-SAFE program material, we elect to subscribe them. If so, we notify them via e-mail and ask whether or not they want this material.
- the type and version of your Operating System and Web Browser;
- your computer's IP address;
- the date and time of your visit;
- what page you visited; and
- what page you came from.
Project Safe Childhood Tool Kit
- i-SAFE will not ask a child or young person under the age of 13 for more information than is reasonable in order to provide that student with the appropriate Internet Safety information on Youth Empowerment which i-SAFE offers.
Information Sharing and Disclosure
- Information collected for the “Project Safe Childhood Virtual Toolkit” will be used to verify that the submitter is from the US Attorney’s Office.
- Information collected for the “Project Safe Childhood Virtual Toolkit” will be sent, upon request, to other prosecutors and law enforcement officials in the state to wish to collaborate and partner with Project Safe Childhood team members.
- Other than the following instances, i-SAFE does not rent, sell or share personal information about you with any other person(s) or organization(s):
- i-SAFE may share your information with outsourced service providers in order to provide the materials you requested. For example, to fill an order for training materials, your name, address, and phone number may be provided to a third-party order filling agency so they can ship you the materials.
- When the law requires i-SAFE to respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal process, i-SAFE provides the information needed to obey the law. i-SAFE also may provide information in order to establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims.
- i-SAFE makes every reasonable effort to ensure the security of the data it collects. However, i-SAFE cannot warrant against the disclosure of this information in the event of a security breach or other event beyond our control.
Your Ability to Edit Your Account Information
- A cookie is a data file stored on your hard drive by your browser. It does not contain any executable code and cannot gather information from your computer that you have not already provided i-SAFE either in a form, or by requesting a page from our site (see "Information Collection and Use", above).
- Most browsers allow users to choose not to receive cookies. If you disable cookies on your browser, some pages on our site may not work correctly (or at all!), or some features may be disabled.
- You can edit your i-SAFE account information at any time. To edit:
New program information may be added from time-to-time. i-SAFE will attempt to anticipate your interest in this information based on information in your profile, and may sign you up automatically. You may opt-out of these services by editing your account information or re-registering with the same e-mail address (as described above).
i-SAFE reserves the right to send important announcements or notices to all registered users without extending an opportunity to opt-out of such notices.
i-SAFE reserves the right to maintain archival copies of contact data of our registrants. The primary purpose of this archive is to prevent accidentally re-adding you to our service if you have requested not to receive further information. Concerns about this archival copy may be addressed to the webmaster.
Confidentiality and Security
- Visit the "My Info" link in the title bar after signing in.
- Alter any information on this page then click the "Update Info" button.
Changes to this Policy
- i-SAFE limits access to your personal information to those i-SAFE employees who have a need to come into contact with that information for the purpose of providing program material to you.
- To protect your personal information, i-SAFE employs physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations.
- Your personal information is password protected and, in some cases, encrypted for additional protection.
- emailing your primary e-mail address registered with us, or
- prominently displaying a notice on our website.