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Web Site PrivacyWelcome to LEARNERS' Signals of Spring. Our goal is to inform, inspire and involve young learners in the excitement of science and technology, using migration as a reason to learn about life and earth science. While we develop and encourage interactivity in learning, we strive to ensure the online safety and privacy of our users. Signals of Spring is committed to complying fully with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA). Notice of our information practices are explained below as required by the Federal Trade Commission's Children's Online Privacy Protection Regulations, located at 16 CFR Part 312.
(i) Contact Information (16 CFR Part 312.4) "Operators"
Glen Schuster is the Signals of Spring Project Director.(ii) Information Collected (16 CFR Part 312.4)
A. General Collection Information(iii) How information collected is used (16 CFR Part 312.4)As with all Internet web sites, Signals of Spring collects some information indirectly from all users visiting our web site. What is collected and how it is used is explained below.B. "Let Us Know" Information Collected
For brevity, the use of the collected information is described in the above section on explaining what is collection.(iv) Third Party Disclosure (16 CFR Part 312.4)
Signals of Spring does not disclose information to third parties.(v) Participation(16 CFR Part 312.4)
Signals of Spring does not prohibit the participation in any activity based on requiring more personal information than is necessary.(vi) Review or Deletion of Privacy Data (16 CFR Section 312.4)
Signals of Spring will make a child's information available for review by the child's parent. Any parent wishing to review or have deleted personally identifiable information about their child should telephone one of the provided contacts.
Links to External Sites
Signals of Spring tries to provide a safe, fun, and private environments for kids to learn about earth and life science. We may link to other sites for the convenience of your children. We are not responsible for the content or collection practices of these sites and recommend you read their privacy policies before providing them information.Additional Information
Also read NASA's Privacy Statement for Web Sites
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