Privacy Policy

The Robert Crown Center respects your privacy, and we want you to understand the ways in which we do and don't use the information that you transmit when you visit our Web site.

KIDS PRIVACY NOTICE

A NOTE TO KIDS:

Robert Crown Center encourages you to get permission from your parents before sending any personal information about yourself (such as your name or your email address) over the Internet, to us or to anyone else.

A NOTE TO PARENTS:

This section of the privacy policy explains our information collection and use practices online for children under the age of thirteen, including what we do with information that we collect and with whom we share that information. We ask that you take the time to review our policy so that you can know exactly how we collect and use information from kids, and so that you will know how you can review or request that we delete your child's information. If you ever have any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact us.

WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT FROM CHILDREN UNDER THIRTEEN:

On www.RobertCrown.org, The Robert Crown Center generally limits its collection of information from kids to information that does not personally identify the child, nor link to information that will. This information is collected so that kids can participate in the activities offered on our sites without having to provide personally identifiable information.

However, from time to time we may request limited personally identifiable information from kids in order to respond to their inquiry. As a parent or guardian, you may exercise your right to have your and your child's information deleted at any time. Additionally, you may review your child's personally identifiable information at any time.

COOKIES AND NON-PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION:

To help make our sites more responsive to the needs of our visitors, we invoke a standard feature found in browser software, called a "cookie", to assign each visitor a unique, random number, a sort of anonymous user ID that resides on your computer. The cookie doesn't actually identify the visitor, just the computer that a visitor uses to access our site. A cookie can't read data off your hard drive. We do not link cookie data with personally identifiable information, nor do we store kid's personal information in our cookies. You can disable cookies at any time by changing the preferences in your browser.

PARENT'S RIGHTS:

We want you to be comfortable with what your child is doing on The Robert Crown Center Web Sites. Therefore, you may contact The Robert Crown Center at any time regarding privacy questions or concerns, or to request to review what personally identifiable information we have collected from your child. You may also contact us at any time to request that we delete your child's, and your, personally identifiable information, and/or refuse to permit further collection or use of your child's information. We will take steps to ensure that any person contacting us for a child's information is that child's parent or guardian.

GENERAL PRIVACY NOTICE

This section of our Privacy Policy relates to all of The Robert Crown Center Web Sites.

WHAT INFORMATION WE COLLECT:

The information gathered by www.RobertCrown.org falls into two categories: (1) personally identifiable information voluntarily supplied by visitors to our Web sites through optional registration or other methods and (2) non-personally identifiable information routinely gathered as visitors navigate through our sites.

PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION:

There is lots of content and other useful and fun activities on The Robert Crown Center Web Sites that do not require that submission of personally identifiable information. In order to register on our site, we may ask for your name, email address, gender, age and zip code. The information you supply will help us to offer you more personalized features, to tailor our sites to your interests and to make them more useful to you.

The more you tell us about yourself, the more value we can offer you. Supplying such information is entirely voluntary. But if you don't supply the information we need, we may be unable to provide you with services we make available to other visitors to our sites.

Of course, even if you want to remain anonymous, you're still free to take advantage of the wealth of content available on our sites without registration.

NON-PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION:

COOKIES:

To help make our sites more responsive to the needs of our visitors, we invoke a standard feature found in browser software, called a "cookie", to assign each visitor a unique, random number, a sort of anonymous user ID that resides on your computer. The cookie doesn't actually identify the visitor, just the computer that a visitor uses to access our site. Unless you voluntarily identify yourself (through registration, for example), we won't know who you are, even if we assign a cookie to your computer. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you supply. A cookie can't read data off your hard drive. Our advertisers may also assign their own cookies to your browser, a process that we don't control.

We use cookies to help us tailor our site to your needs, to deliver a better, more personalized service. In addition, we may use cookies to track the pages on our sites visited by our users. We can build a better site if we know which pages our users are visiting and how often. Of course, you can set your browser not to accept cookies, but if you do, you may not be able to take advantage of the personalized features enjoyed by other visitors to our sites. For more about third-party ad servers, click here.

IP ADDRESSES:

Our Web servers automatically collect limited information about your computer's connection to the Internet, including your IP address, when you visit our sites. (Your IP address is a number that lets computers attached to the Internet know where to send you data - such as the Web pages you view.) Your IP address does not identify you personally. We use this information to deliver our Web pages to you upon request, to tailor our sites to the interests of our users and to measure traffic within our sites.

HOW INFORMATION COLLECTED ON OUR SITES IS USED AND SHARED:

From time to time, we may share personally identifiable information with third parties whose services that we believe might be of interest to you, or who help us maintain our Web Site.

You should note that our sites include links to other Web sites whose privacy practices we don't control. Once you leave our servers (you can tell where you are by checking the URL in the location bar on your browser), use of any information you provide is governed by the privacy policy of the operator of the site you're visiting. If you provide information in the course of obtaining products or services through our site, use of any information you provide may be governed by the privacy policy of the provider of those products or services, even if it appears that you're on Robert Crown Center-branded pages throughout the transaction. These parties may have privacy policies and practices that differ from ours. If you can't find the privacy policy of any of these sites via a link from the site's homepage, you should contact the site directly for more information. We encourage everyone to be proactive in understanding how his or her information is collected and used online.

In the unlikely event that all or substantially all of our assets relating to our Web Sites is sole or transferred to another party, your personally identifiable information may be transferred to this acquiring entity. Finally, we may disclose your personally identifiable information to third parties in order to comply with law, law enforcement agencies, to protect our rights in or the safety of our Web Site, or to protect the safety or rights of other users of our Web Sites.

A FINAL NOTE:

The Web is an evolving medium. If we need to change our privacy policy at some point in the future, we'll post the changes here. Of course, our use of information gathered while the current policy is in effect will always be consistent with the current policy, even if we change that policy later.