Information About Children:
321Cam.com does not attempt to collect personal information from children.
Note that 321Cam.com cannot
determine that a user is a child.
Web Site Log Files: We
site log files are generated that collect the IP Address of the visitor, date,
time, and pages visited. Aggregate reports for web site visitors are
generated that do not contain personally identifiable information.
Advertising reports are generated
that show the IP addresses of visitors who clicked on ads. This
information may be sent to the advertiser to confirm the number of "click-throughs."
The advertiser normally already has this information as a result of the user
clicking on the advertisement. No additional information about the
visitor is supplied to the advertiser. The log files are eventually
Internet 'cookies' are used just to identify when you go to 321cam or Nannycam.
remain on the user's system and are automatically retrieved when a user visits
at a later time.
External Linking: The
logging of clicks for external links using "redirects" is only done
for advertisements. This is indicated by link to a URL such as '/redirect.asp?url=
...' The external URL is clearly marked in the "url=" portion.
The restrictions on the
dissemination of personal information are not subject to change. The
policy is updated occasionally but the changes will not reduce the privacy
protection of visitors. If there are changes made in the future the
changes will not affect information already collected.
To contact the management of 321Cam.com
when reviewing privacy policies on other web sites
easy to find? Do they have a contact e-mail address and are questions
Does the site have a link to its privacy
policy where it collects personal information?
Can you change your mind and opt-out later?
Is the information clear or is it confusing
and full of legal mumbo jumbo?
Do sites use 'opt-in' or 'opt-out' methods for
the release of personal information? Opt-in means the user makes a
choice when the information is released. Opt-out means the information
is automatically released unless the user does something to stop it.
Are information release choices automatically default to releasing the
Does the site have complicated methods to
opt-out and/or do they have several places that opt-out is required in an
effort to 'wear you down'?
Does the site say if they use Internet
cookies? If so, do they explain how they are used?
Does the site explain what is done with their
log files and IP Addresses it collects?
Does the site allow downloads and/or Internet
cookies from third party web sites? (This is often done with banner ad
Does the site attempt to collect personal
information from children or adults? Does the site claim rights to
this information once it is submitted?
Does the site say if they release information
Do sites ask for personal information (such as
Mother's maiden name or a portion of the social security number) claiming
they need this to set a password?
If information is released can you stop them
from disseminating the information at a later date? Do they provide
specific instructions on how to do this?
Note that a TRUSTe seal only covers a singular
web site and not an entire company. For instance, America Online only
has a seal for www.aol.com but the member's site, and the AOL company
itself, is not covered. In addition, a seal only means a site
has a policy and nothing more. It does not assure that privacy is
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