The Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC) wants you to be knowledgeable about your online experience and for your experience to be informative, safe, and secure. We respect the privacy of every individual who visits our site. This statement discloses information practices for the IPRC web sites, including what type of information is gathered and tracked, how the information is used, and with whom the information is shared.
How the information collected online is used
The confidentiality of information collected from your use of our web site is important to us. We want you to know that it will be used only for internal purposes; therefore, the Indiana Prevention Resource Center does not sell, trade, or share information about you to other entities unless otherwise stated on the web site or required by law to do so.
Registration Forms and Questionnaires
Cookies are online identification tags that allow us to recognize your computer each time you visit our site; however, they do not allow us to identify you by name, e-mail address, or other personal characteristics. This information is used only to evaluate use of our web site. By gathering this information, we can better estimate how many people visit our site and how many of those individuals are return visitors.
The IP address is the number assigned to your computer whenever you access the Internet. Like the cookie, the IP address does not allow us to identify you by name, e-mail address, or other personal characteristics. The IP address is only used internally to gather broad demographic information for evaluation purposes. Your ability to access our site has been optimized by our use of your IP address.
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center site contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other web sites.
For site security purposes and to ensure that service remains available to all users, the Indiana Prevention Resource Center employs software programs to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage to the web site.
Children / Direct Notice to Parents
Parents should always be involved with their children’s activities on the web. If parents want to supervise their children's online activities, they may consider using one of the available prepackaged parental control tools. For additional information regarding children's online privacy, please consult the "Consumer Protection" page of the Federal Trade Commission home page at www.ftc.gov.
Notification of Changes
The IPRC reserves the right to alter this statement at any time by posting a new one at this location. This privacy statement was last updated on April 14, 2008.
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