Foundations for Learning, LLC
1. Privacy Protection for Children
We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of thirteen. In addition, if a user is under 18, unless consent is obtained from your parent/guardian, you are not allowed to provide us with personal information.
2. Types of Information You May Provide
3. Personally Identifiable Information:
We allow you to decide whether you wish to provide us with Personally Identifiable Information. Accordingly, we have structured our website so that you may visit us, and review a range of information about our educational program, materials, and services offered by FFL/GP, without revealing your identity or providing any Personally Identifiable Information.
3a. Registration and Credit Card Information
Some means for gathering personal data include our Contact Us form, Online Registration Application for professional learning, and our Material Order Form. Users who wish to register for professional learning offered by FFL/GP may be asked to provide Personally Identifiable Information, including, but not limited to, first and last name and month/day of birth. The data obtained through the Application Form is used internally at FFL/GP.
When you provide information on our Material Order Form to make a purchase, the transactional information that you provide is transmitted in a safe, encrypted format. FFK/GP uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) technology, an industry-standard protocol used to establish secure communications between a web server and a client. To maintain your security, your encrypted credit card information is sent to the credit card authority and approval status is sent back to us.
3b. Email, Direct Communications, and Other Forms
You may have the ability on our Site to pose certain questions to staff in order to learn more about products and services offered by FFL/GP. You may wish to provide us with comments and feedback concerning our Site generally. By communicating with us in these ways, you may provide us with your email address and other Personally Identifiable Information. All data collected is stored at the highest level of security available to our web server.
4. We Use Your Contact Information to Keep You Informed
You may opt out of receiving email or other information from us, or have your Personally Identifiable Information deleted from our databases by following the directions set out in Section 8 (“How to Remove Your Information from Our Databases”).
We will not sell or disclose any Personally Identifiable Information you provide on our Site to any unrelated third party without your express permission.
5. Information That Does Not Identify You: Accumulated Data (Aggregate Information)
When you browse our Site, the choices you make may provide information concerning your interests, and concerning the appeal and effectiveness of associated Site features. Information concerning our visitors’ activities at our Site – which pages they visit, and how long they view these pages, for example – is Accumulated Data. This information does not identify a particular user, but does provide potentially useful data.
5b. Disabling Cookies
5c. IP Addresses
An “Internet Protocol” (IP) address is associated with your computer’s connection to the Internet. We may use your computer’s IP address to maintain contact with you as you navigate through our Site. We also may use your computer’s IP address to provide you with personalized content. Similar to cookies, your computer’s IP address by itself does not identify you personally.
6. We Use Accumulated (Aggregate) Information Only In Ways That Do Not Identify You
We may share the Accumulated data, and reports based on this Information, with third parties unrelated to the Site. No information which we provide to third parties will allow anyone to identify you, or determine anything personal about you. For example, we might report to unrelated third parties the number of users of our Site.
7. How We Safeguard Information
It is our intent to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of information that we have collected from you. We use a variety of current technologies and processes for protection of our customer data. These systems are structured to deter and prevent hackers and others from accessing this information. Due to the nature of Internet communications and evolving technologies, however, we cannot provide, and disclaim, assurance that the information you provide us will remain free from loss, misuse, or alteration by third parties who, despite our efforts, obtain unauthorized access.
8. How to Remove Your Information from Our Databases
If you request, we will remove your name and other Personally Identifiable Information from our databases. Please understand, however, that it may be impossible to remove this information completely, due to backups and records of deletions. If you wish to remove your name and other Personally Identifiable Information from our databases, please create an email with the term “Remove” in the subject line, and send the email to the address listed in Section 12 (“Contact Us”). As an alternative, you may write to us with your request, at the mailing address listed in Section 12. Please note, however, that some information may be required to be retained by FFL/GP for a certain time period for tax reporting purposes.
Because Aggregate Information does not personally identify our users, we do not provide our users with access to Aggregate Information, and users may not update, revise, or delete any Aggregate Information.
10. Complete Agreement
11. Your Consent
12. Contact Us
You may contact us, for any reason, by email as follows: Contact Us
You may contact us by mail as follows:
Foundations for Learning, LLC
246 W. Manson Hwy., PMB 144
Chelan, WA 98816
Updated: March 1, 2016, © 2016 Foundations for Learning, LLC – Chelan, WA. All rights reserved.