We may request personal information from you on certain sections of the site in connection to story and other submissions, contest registrations, or for our own data collection. This submission is entirely voluntary, and we will never intentionally disclose this information to a third party.
If you are 13 years old or older, you may submit personal stories, comments, poems, etc., to possibly be included on the website. This is accomplished through online submission forms containing some required and other voluntary information.
Non-personal information is collected through the use of the following:
IP address tracking – An IP address is a number assigned to your computer when you are on the Internet. When you click on pages on TeenBreaks.com, our server logs your IP address.
Web beacons – A web beacon, or clear gif, is a small graphic on a website which is used to determine information about the user.
Non-personal information might include your type of computer, the browser you use, the pages you visit, the search terms you used, and similar types of information. The Rosetta Foundation uses this information to improve upon TeenBreaks.com based upon the data acquired. We do not share this information with third parties, other than those we hire to provide operational, marketing, and similar support for the website.
PRIVACY OF CHILDREN UNDER 13
In accordance with the children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the Rosetta Foundation will not knowingly collect personal information from a child under 13.
If you link to other websites from TeenBreaks.com, please be aware that these sites are outside the control of the Rosetta Foundation and will have different privacy policies. The Rosetta Foundation is not responsible for the policies of these third parties and recommends that you review their policies before providing any personal information to them.
Protecting your privacy is important to us, and we have taken careful measures to secure your information. We exercise great care in transferring your information from your PC to our servers. However, no data transferred over the Internet is totally secure. Therefore, although we do everything possible to protect your information, we are unable to provide an absolute guarantee as to its security.