TCP is committed to protecting the privacy needs of children, and we encourage parents and guardians to take an active role in their children’s online activities and interests. TCP does not intentionally collect information from minors, and TCP do not target its web site to children.
TCP uses many images on its website in the advertisement of its many services. Given the business model of TCP, many photos include children. Prior approval has been received, in the form of a photography waiver affidavit, on file at the TCP facility, before any image containing people is posted online. If you are the subject of any image displayed on the TCP website or TCP operated social networking sites, and want the image removed, please contact us.
Links to Non-TCP Web Sites
Types of Information We Collect
Non-personal information is data about usage and service operation that is not directly associated with a specific personal identity. TCP may collect and analyze non-personal information to evaluate how visitors use TCP's web site.
TCP may gather aggregate information, which refers to information your computer automatically provides to us and that cannot be tied back to you as a specific individual. Examples include referral data (the web sites you visited just before and just after our site), the pages viewed, time spent at our Web site, and Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you access the Internet. For example, when you request a page from one of our sites, our servers log your IP address to create aggregate reports on user demographics and traffic patterns and for purposes of system administration.
Every time you request or download a file from the web site, TCP may store data about these events and your IP address in a log file. TCP may use this information to analyze trends, administer the web site, track users’ movements, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use or for other business purposes.
TCP's web site also may use web beacons to collect non-personal information about your use of our web site and the web sites of selected sponsors or members, your use of special promotions or newsletters, and other activities. The information collected by web beacons allows us to statistically monitor how many people are using our web site and selected sponsors’ sites; how many people open our emails; and for what purposes these actions are being taken. Our web beacons are not used to track your activity outside of our web site or those of our sponsors. TCP does not link non-personal information from web beacons to personally identifiable information without your permission.
Personal information is information that is associated with your name or personal identity. TCP may use personal information to better understand your needs and interests and to provide you with better service. On some of TCP's web pages, you may be able to request information, subscribe to mailing lists, provide feedback, submit information into registries, or register for events. The types of personal information you provide to us on these pages may include name, phone number, and e-mail address.
Members-Only Web Sites
How We Use Your Information
TCP may use non-personal data that is aggregated for reporting about TCP's web site usability, performance, and effectiveness. It may be used to improve the experience, usability, and content of the site.
TCP may use personal information to provide services that support the activities of TCP's members and their collaboration on TCP's standards and projects.
In keeping with our open process, TCP may maintain publicly accessible archives for the majority of our activities. For example, posting an email to any of the TCP’s-hosted public mail lists or discussion forums, subscribing to one of our newsletters or registering for one of our public meetings may result in your email address becoming part of the publicly accessible archives.
On some sites, anonymous users are allowed to post content and/or participate in forum discussions. In such a case, since no user name can be associated with such a user, the IP address number of a user is used as an identifier. When posting content or messages to a TCP site anonymously, your IP address may be revealed to the public.
If you are a registered member of TCP's website or email list, you should be aware that some items of your personal information may be visible to other members and to the public. The TCP member databases may retain information about your name, e-mail address, company affiliation (if an organizational member), and such other personal address and identifying data as you choose to supply. That data may be visible to other of TCP members and to the public. Your name, e-mail address, and other information you may supply also may be associated in TCP's publicly accessible records with TCP's various committees, working groups, and similar activities that you join, in various places, including: (i) the permanently-posted attendance and membership records of those activities; (ii) documents generated by the activity, which may be permanently archived; and, (iii) along with message content, in the permanent archives of TCP's e-mail lists, which also may be public.
Please remember that any information (including personal information) that you disclose in future public areas of our web site, such as forums, message boards, and news groups, becomes public information that others may collect, circulate, and use. Because we cannot and do not control the acts of others, you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose information about yourself or others in public forums such as these.
If you do not want your personal information collected and used by TCP, please do not visit the TCP web site or use any of the available contact forms or email list signups.
Access to and Accuracy of Member Information
TCP is committed to keeping the personal information of our members accurate. All the information you have submitted to us can be verified and changed. In order to do this, please email us a request. We may provide members with online access to their own personal profiles, enabling them to update or delete information at any time. To protect our members’ privacy and security, we also may take reasonable steps to verify identity, before granting access to modify personal profile data. Certain areas of TCP's web site may limit access to specific individuals through the use of passwords or other personal identifiers; a password prompt is your indication that a members-only resource is being accessed.
TCP makes every effort to protect personal information by users of the web site, including using firewalls and other security measures on its servers. No server, however, is 100% secure, and you should take this into account when submitting personal or confidential information about yourself on any web site, including this one. TCP assumes no liability for the interception, alteration, or misuse of the information you provide. You alone are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your personal information. Please use care when use access this web site and provide personal information.
From time to time TCP may email you electronic newsletters, announcements, surveys or other information. If you prefer not to receive any or all of these communications, you may opt out by following the directions provided within the electronic newsletters and announcements.
The Children's Place & Parent Education Center
P.O. Box 576
Concord, NH 03301
Last Edited on 2017-07-14