Statement of Rights
Virginia Privacy Rights
For Parents- Internet Safety for Kids
This page is sponsored by our mom who is always telling us to be careful. Sometimes she will say “be careful!” even if we are just brushing our teeth. We did agree to do this page because our mom won’t let us online again until this part is done. She helped us with this part in case anyone is thinking “geez, this is boring!”
Ok, here is the stuff from our mom: 🙁
Seeing I to I wants everyone to have fun meeting new people and learning new things. Here are a couple things everyone (including parents of minors) should keep in mind, with the most important rule being that IF YOU ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 14, YOU MUST FIRST SEEK PERMISSION FROM A PARENT OR GUARDIAN BEFORE SIGNING UP TO MAKE OR BE A FRIEND ON THIS FORUM.
- There is no reason to give people personal information about yourself, such as your home address, your hometown, your school, your userID, your mom’s bank account information, your parents’ work hours, etc.
- Do not do or say anything that would be deemed inappropriate at home, school, or a workplace. That means no bad language and no offensive or inappropriate apparel.
- a TRUE friend will never ask you to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable. If this ever happens, make sure to report this to us and to appropriate friends, caretakers and family immediately.
- Parents: Just as you would supervise any play date, please be aware of your child’s use of texting and facetiming until such time that you are comfortable with their level of interaction with their mentors.
- New members should focus on making friendships online, under parental supervision. Never agree to meet with a friend in person. (since you won’t tell them where you live, this shouldn’t even be possible). If someone asks to meet you in person, please let your parents know and notify us as well.
The text to the links above is as follows:
THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT FROM CHILDREN, HOW WE USE IT, AND HOW AND WHEN WE COMMUNICATE WITH PARENTS
SEEING-I2I.COM offers to its users a range of sites and applications, some of which are primarily targeted at children, and others that are intended for users of all ages and their families. Our sites and applications offer a variety of activities, including activities that may collect information from children. Below we summarize potential instances of collection and outline how and when we will provide parental notice and/or seek parental consent. In any instance that we collect personal information from a child, we will retain that information only so long as reasonably necessary to fulfill the activity request or allow the child to continue to participate in the activity, and ensure the security of our users and our services, or as required by law. In the event we discover we have collected information from a child in a manner inconsistent with COPPA’s requirements, we will either delete the information or immediately seek the parent’s consent for that collection.
Children can, in many cases, register with our sites and applications to view content and engage in special features, among other things. During the registration process, we may ask the child to provide certain information for notification and security purposes, including a parent or guardian’s email address, and the child’s first name or alternative user name (this can be fictitious) We also may ask for birth dates from children to validate their ages. We strongly advise children never to provide any personal information in their usernames. Please note that children can choose whether to share their information with us, but certain features cannot function without it. As a result, children may not be able to access certain features if required information has not been provided. We will not require a child to provide more information than is reasonably necessary in order to participate in an online activity.
About the collection of parent email address: Consistent with the requirements of COPPA, on any child-targeted site or application, or in any instance where we ask for age and determine the user is age 13 or under, we will ask for a parent or guardian email address before we collect any personal information from the child. If you believe your child is participating in an activity that collects personal information and you or another parent/guardian have NOT received an email providing notice or seeking your consent, please feel free to contact us.
We will not use parent emails provided for parental consent purposes to market to the parent, unless the parent has expressly opted in to email marketing or has separately participated in an activity that allows for such email contact.
Content Generated by a Child
Certain activities on our sites and applications allow children to create or manipulate content and save it to the site. Some of these activities do not require children to provide any personal information and therefore may not result in notice to the parent or require parental consent. If an activity potentially allows a child to insert personal information in their created content, we will either pre-screen the submission to delete any personal information, or we will seek verifiable parental consent by email for the collection. Examples of created content that may include personal information are stories or other open-text fields, and drawings that allow text or free-hand entry of information. If, in addition to collecting content that includes personal information, we plan to post the content publicly or share it with a third party for the third party’s own use, we will obtain a higher level of parental consent.
About Verifiable Parental Consent:
Email Consent. In the event we wish to collect personal information from a child, COPPA requires that we first seek a parent or guardian’s consent by email. In the email we will explain what information we are collecting, how we plan to use it, how the parent can provide consent, and how the parent can revoke consent. If we do not receive parental consent within a reasonable time, we will delete the parent contact information and any other information collected from the child in connection with that activity.
High-Level Consent. In the event we collect personal information from a child that will be posted publicly, we will seek a higher level of consent than email consent. Such “high-level” methods of consent include but are not limited to speaking to a trained customer service representative by telephone or video chat, or requiring a signed consent form by mail, email attachment, or fax. After providing high-level consent, a parent may have the opportunity to use a pin or password in future communications as a way to confirm the parent’s identity.
Teacher consent in lieu of a parent. With regard to school-based activities, COPPA allows teachers and school administrators to act in the stead of parents to provide consent for the collection of personal information from children. Schools should always notify parents about these activities. For more information on parental rights with respect to a child’s educational record under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), please visit the FERPA site.
Certain games and activities that are directed to children allow users to communicate directly with other users by means of a chat system. In most cases, these chat systems employ filters that are intended to prevent the communication of both personal information and age-inappropriate words and phrases. In addition to filters, we may employ live moderation and/or encourage other users to flag inappropriate communications. We strongly encourage children who use these interactive features on our sites and applications never to provide personal information about themselves or any third party, and certainly never to attempt to circumvent our filters or moderation. We also recommend that parents carefully supervise their children when the children participate in online activities.
Contests and Sweepstakes
For contests and sweepstakes, we typically require only the information necessary for a child to participate, such as first name or username (to distinguish among family members) and parent email address (to notify the parent where required by law). We only contact the parent for more personalized information for prize-fulfillment purposes when the child wins the contest or sweepstakes.
Of course, some contests and sweepstakes ask the child to submit their own created content along with the child’s entry. In those instances, we may require parental consent prior to submission.
Email Contact with a Child
On occasion, in order to respond to a question or request from a child, we may need to ask for the child’s online contact information, such as an email address. We will delete this information immediately after responding to the question or request.
In connection with certain activities or services, we may collect a child’s online contact information, such as an email address, in order to communicate with the child more than once. In such instances we will retain the child’s online contact information to honor the request and for no other purpose such as marketing. One example would be a newsletter that provides occasional updates about a site. Whenever we collect a child’s online contact information for ongoing communications, we will simultaneously require a parent email address in order to notify the parent about the collection and use of the child’s information, as well as to provide the parent an opportunity to prevent further contact with the child. On some occasions a child may be engaged in more than one ongoing communication, and a parent may be required to “opt-out” of each communication individually.
Push notifications are notifications on mobile and other devices that are typically associated with downloaded applications, and which can communicate to the device holder even when the application is not in use. We will require a child to provide a parent email address before the child can receive push notifications from our child-directed applications that collect a device identifier. We will then provide the parent with notice of our contact with the child and will provide the parent the opportunity to prevent further notifications. Finally, we will not associate the device identifier with other personal information without contacting the parent to get consent.
When children interact with us, certain information may automatically be collected, both to make our sites and applications more interesting and useful to children and for various purposes related to our business. Examples include the type of computer operating system, the child’s IP address or mobile device identifier, the web browser, the frequency with which the child visits various parts of our sites or applications, and information regarding the online or mobile service provider. This information is collected using technologies such as cookies, flash cookies, web beacons, and other unique identifiers. This information may be collected by us or by a third party. This data is principally used for internal purposes only, in order to:
· provide children with access to features and activities on our sites and applications
· customize content and improve our sites and applications
· conduct research and analysis to address the performance of our sites and applications
In the event we collect (or allow others to collect) such information from children on our sites and applications for other purposes, we will notify parents and obtain consent prior to such collection.
Please contact us with questions about the operators’ privacy policies and collection and use practices:
WHEN INFORMATION COLLECTED FROM CHILDREN IS AVAILABLE TO OTHERS
In addition to those rare instances where a child’s personal information is posted publicly (after receiving high-level parental consent), we also may share or disclose personal information collected from children in a limited number of instances, including the following:
· We may share information with our service providers if necessary for them to perform a business, professional, or technology support function for us.
· We may disclose personal information if permitted or required by law, for example, in response to a court order or a subpoena. To the extent permitted by applicable law, we also may disclose personal information collected from children (i) in response to a law enforcement or public agency’s (including schools or children services) request; (ii) if we believe disclosure may prevent the instigation of a crime, facilitate an investigation related to public safety or protect the safety of a child using our sites or applications; (iii) to protect the security or integrity of our sites, applications, and other technology, as well as the technology of our service providers; or (iv) enable us to take precautions against liability.
PARENTAL CHOICES AND CONTROLS
At any time, parents can refuse to permit us to collect further personal information from their children in association with a particular account, and can request that we delete from our records the personal information we have collected in connection with that account. Please keep in mind that a request to delete records may lead to a termination of an account, membership, or other service.
Where a child has registered for an account, we use two methods to allow parents to access, change, or delete the personally identifiable information that we have collected from their children:
1. Parents can request access to and delete their child’s personal information by logging on to the child’s account through the Member Services Home page. Parents will need their child’s username and password.
2. Parents can contact us via our contact page to request access to, change, or delete their child’s personal information. A valid request to delete personal information will be accommodated within a reasonable time.
IMPORTANT: BY USING THE SITE AND/OR OFFERINGS AVAILABLE ON THIS SITE, YOU GIVE YOUR CONSENT THAT ALL PERSONAL DATA THAT YOU SUBMIT MAY BE PROCESSED BY US IN THE MANNER AND FOR THE PURPOSES DESCRIBED BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, DO NOT USE THE SITE.
Contact Information For Complaints.
Please use our contact us page.
Effective Date: OCTOBER 2017
- What personal identifying information we collect.
In order to use some features of the Site, you must first complete the registration process. During registration, you are required to provide certain Personally Identifiable Information, including, but not limited to the information described below. We will periodically use this information to contact you.
We collect your
Personal Identifying Information
name (you may use a fictitious name for this purpose);
the IP address of the computer you are using to connect to our Site;
if applicable, including the actual name, email and physical address, and phone number of the Financially Responsible Person, who may be the parent or guardian of users who are minors.
Statistical Demographic Data that is not connected to the above personal identifying information
- Children’s Privacy. Protecting the privacy of children is especially important to us. Because many of the users of our Site are less than 18 years old, we collect and maintain only enough information on the users to grant access the courses that have been purchased by the Financially Responsible Person for that user.
We recognize the need to provide further privacy protections with respect to personal information we may collect from children on our sites and applications. Some of the features on our sites may be age-gated so that they are not available for use by children, and we do not knowingly collect personal information from children in connection with those features. When we intend to collect personal information from children, we take additional steps to protect children’s privacy, including:
- Notifying parents about our information practices with regard to children, including the types of personal information we may collect from children, the uses to which we may have put that information, and whether and with whom we may share that information,
- In accordance with applicable law, obtaining consent from parents for the collection of personal information from their children, or for sending information about our products and services directly to their children,
- Limiting our collection of personal information from children to no more than is reasonably necessary to participate in an online activity,
- Giving parents access or the ability to request access to personal information we have collected from their children and the ability to request that the personal information be changed or deleted.
- How we use personal identifying information. We take your privacy very seriously. Accordingly, we will use the personal identifying information you provide only for the following specific purposes:
to effectuate a registration made by you, or the Financially Responsible Person who purchases access for you if you are a minor, so that you may log in and use the materials;
to verify that the person using your login credentials is actually you;
to contact you about site news, updates and changes to this policy, to enable you to retrieve your password,
In addition, we use the Statistical Demographic Data only for the following reasons:
to improve the content and overall look and feel of our Site and services;
to conduct research, and provide anonymous reporting of Statistical Demographic Data for internal and external clients and third parties;
- Disclosure of personal identifying information.
We may disclose the credit card information and billing contact information:
To employees within Seeing-i2i.com, LLC
To agents of Seeing-i2i.com, LLC
To third parties for billing (PayPal or direct credit card)
We disclose Statistical Demographic Data Demographic Data:
To employees within Seeing-i2i.com, LLC
To agent of Seeing-i2i.com, LLC
To third parties for marketing data analysis
We will not share, sell, rent or otherwise distribute your Personally Identifying Information with outside parties, except to provide products or services you’ve requested through us, or in response to a validly-issued subpoena, court order, or other legal process, or when necessary to establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims made by you or on your behalf.
From time to time, we may employ the use of return email addresses to answer the email we receive from you. Such addresses are not used for any other purpose and are not shared with outside parties.
We will never use or share the personally identifying information you provide us in any way that violates or is otherwise unrelated to the means described in this agreement, without also providing you an opportunity to opt-out or otherwise prohibit such unrelated uses.
- The reasonable safeguards we use to secure your information.
Your data is encrypted and resides on servers that are not owned by us.
The electronic channels we use to collect your information may include email and telephone channels. The information we collect is stored in both paper and electronic records within our office. We do not remove your information from our office. The paper files are kept under lock and key. The electronic information is stored only on local computers. Internally, we use a secure network and whenever possible we transmit data only over a secure network to reduce risk of disruption or interception of information.
- Who outside our company has access to your information and why?
We do not share your Personal Identifying Information with persons outside Seeing-i2i.com, except:
(i) when we are required to do so by reason of a government requirement or court order, or
(ii) if you do not pay your bill and we must pursue legal means in order obtain legal remedies for your default, or
(iii) for routine internal operations such as accounting, in which case our accounting firm may have access to a portion of your personal identifying information.
We have no control over our data and telephone service providers. So, while we do not intentionally share your Personal Identifying Information with these service providers, we cannot know if those providers are able to intercept our communications of that information.
From time to time, we may use Statistical Demographic Data to better design our Site and to share with select advertising partners, sponsors, and/or affiliates. For example, we may tell an advertiser that X number of individuals visited a certain area on our Site, or that Y number of men and Z number of women filled out our registration form, but we would not disclose anything that could be used to personally identify those individuals.
- Scope of this Agreement; Third Party Websites. Although this agreement applies to the entirety of information obtained by you for the purpose of accessing or using content controlled and owned by Seeing-i2i.com, it does not apply to entities that are not owned or controlled by us. This Site contains links to other third party websites for the purpose of collecting the registration fee. Please be aware that Seeing-i2i.com,does not claim any responsibility for the privacy practices of these third party sites. We encourage you to be aware when you leave our site and to take reasonable precautions when sharing your personally identifiable information on third party websites.
- Opt-In Policy. You may “opt in” to receive newsletters, promotional offers and other useful information from us. To unsubscribe from our mailings (except important system and content update information detailed below), you may go to the ‘My Account’ section of the Site and edit your personal profile by selecting the “edit Financially Responsible Person’s profile” link.
- No Liability for Acts of Third Parties. We will exercise all reasonable efforts to safeguard the confidentiality of your Personal Identifying Information. However, transmissions protected by industry standard security technology and implemented by human beings cannot be made absolutely secure. Consequently, We shall not be liable for unauthorized disclosure of personal information due to no fault of our own including, but not limited to, errors in transmission and unauthorized acts of Our staff and/or third parties.
Application means a program or service operated by us (or on our behalf) that may be displayed on various online, mobile or other platforms and environments, including those operated by third parties, which permits us to interact directly with our guests.
Children means individuals who we have identified are not of legal age to consent to the collection and processing of their personal information. In the United States, the term “children” refers to individuals under 13 years of age.
An IP address is associated with the access point through which you enter the Internet, and is typically controlled by your Internet Service Provider (ISP), your company, or your university. We may use IP addresses to collect information regarding the frequency with which our guests visit various parts of our sites and applications, and we may combine IP addresses with personal information.
Notice may be by email to you at the last email address you provided us, by posting notice of such changes on our sites and applications, or by other means, consistent with applicable law.
Parents means a parent or legal guardian.
Personal information means information that identifies (whether directly or indirectly) a particular individual, such as the individual’s name, postal address, email address and telephone number. When anonymous information is directly or indirectly associated with personal information, this anonymous information also is treated as personal information.
Our sites and applications may offer message boards, conversation pages, blogs, chat rooms, social community environments, profile pages, and other forums that do not have a restricted audience. If you provide personal information when you use any of these features, that personal information may be publicly posted and otherwise disclosed without limitation as to its use by us or by a third party.
Statement of Rights, Responsibilities, Terms and Conditions for Usage of Seeing-i2i.com.com
Seeing-i2i.com.com (“Seeing-i2i.com”) is pleased to offer you access to this website (the “Site”), Seeing-i2i.com’s social networks, and other services that Seeing-i2i.com may from time to time provide from this website, subject to these Terms and Conditions of Use (the “Terms”). The term “Social Networks” encompasses a broad sweep of online activity, including direct or indirect participation in social networks such as Seeing-i2i.com, YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter, and interactive blogs, websites or listserves, some of which may be located or linked on the Site. These Terms apply to all users of the Site and the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks, including users who are also contributors of User Generated Content via online interviews or blog posts.
This Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (“Statement,” “Terms,” or “SRR”) derives from the Seeing-i2i.com Principles and is our terms of service that governs our relationship with users and others who interact with Seeing-i2i.com, “Seeing-i2i.com Services.” By using or accessing the Seeing-i2i.com Services, you agree to this Statement, as updated from time to time in accordance with applicable law.
BY PROCEEDING BEYOND THE SITE HOME PAGE OR VIEWING OR POSTING CONTENT TO THE SEEING-I2I.COM SOCIAL NETWORKS OR SITES, YOU EXPRESS YOUR CONSENT TO, AGREEMENT WITH, AND UNDERSTANDING OF THESE TERMS. SEEING-I2I.COM MAY, IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION, MODIFY, RESTRICT, CHANGE, OR OTHERWISE ALTER THESE TERMS, THE SITE, OR THE SEEING-I2I.COM SOCIAL NETWORKS, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, IMPOSE LIMITS ON CERTAIN FEATURES ON THE SITE OR THE SEEING-I2I.COM SOCIAL NETWORKS, OR RESTRICT YOUR ACCESS TO PART OR ALL OF THE SITE OR THE SEEING-I2I.COM SOCIAL NETWORKS. BY CONTINUING TO ACCESS AND USE THE SITE AND/OR THE SEEING-I2I.COM SOCIAL NETWORKS YOU WILL BE EVIDENCING YOUR CONSENT TO, AGREEMENT WITH, AND UNDERSTANDING OF, SUCH MODIFICATIONS, CHANGES OR ALTERATIONS. PLEASE REVIEW THESE TERMS REGULARLY AS THEY MAY BE MODIFIED FROM TIME TO TIME WITHOUT NOTICE TO YOU.
Seeing-i2i.com Generated Content
The Site and the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks may contain text, images, audiovisual productions, opinions, statements, facts, articles, or other information created by Seeing-i2i.com or by third parties for Seeing-i2i.com. Such content is for your reference only and should not be relied upon by you for any purpose. Seeing-i2i.com is not responsible for the content’s accuracy and reliability.
Seeing-i2i.com may provide links to other websites as a convenience for its Site and Social Networks users. Seeing-i2i.com is not responsible for the content of these other websites, and Seeing-i2i.com does not endorse, warrant or guarantee the products or services described or offered in these other websites.
User Generated Content: The General Rules
You may submit content, including text, images, photographs and video to the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks (collectively, “User Generated Content”), provided that you abide by these common sense rules:
- If you post it, you own it
Think twice before you publish. Would you want your family, friends, colleagues, or others to read or see the content you post? Keep in mind that even if original content can be deleted, the content that is shared and distributed through an array of channels can be reposted, searched, and found on the Internet.
- Respect the law, including with regard to intellectual property
It is critical that you show proper respect for the law generally, and specifically for the laws governing copyright and fair use of copyrighted material. You should not quote more than short excerpts from someone else’s work. It is good general practice to link to others’ work. Use appropriate symbols to mark the first appearance of trademarked terms in your content. Do not post images, music or other copyrighted content unless you own them or have permission from the owner to display such content in this context. Keep in mind that the laws may differ depending on where you live.
- Treat others like you want to be treated
Be respectful of others’ opinions and beliefs. Use common courtesy when posting content: refrain from abusive, obscene, or offensive language, images, or links. Do not post content from, or links to, Internet sites that feature sexual content, gambling, or that advocate intolerance of others; and do not create such content on Seeing-i2i.com’s Social Networks.
- Do not post confidential or proprietary information
By posting content to Seeing-i2i.com’s Social Networks, you are agreeing to allow anyone with access to Seeing-i2i.com’s Social Networks to access it and use it without restriction, except with regard to any applicable intellectual property rights that you or others may have in such content. You agree that you will not post or transmit material that is confidential or proprietary to you or a third-party.
User Generated Content: The Specifics
We do our best to keep Seeing-i2i.com safe, but we cannot guarantee it. We need your help to keep Seeing-i2i.com safe, which includes the following commitments by you:
- You will not post unauthorized commercial communications (such as spam) on Seeing-i2i.com.
- You will not collect users’ content or information, or otherwise access Seeing-i2i.com, using automated means (such as harvesting bots, robots, spiders, or scrapers) without our prior permission.
- You will not engage in unlawful multi-level marketing, such as a pyramid scheme, on Seeing-i2i.com.
- You will not upload viruses or other malicious code.
- You will not solicit login information or access an account belonging to someone else.
- You will not bully, intimidate, or harass any user.
- You will not post content that: is hate speech, threatening, or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence.
- You will not develop or operate a third-party application containing alcohol-related, dating or other mature content (including advertisements).
Seeing-i2i.com’s Rights and Disclaimers
- User Generated Content
- Seeing-i2i.com expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility for any failed, incomplete or otherwise unsatisfactory facilitations between parties on the site.
- Seeing-i2i.com expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility for the User Generated Content posted to its Social Networks, and such content does not necessarily represent the opinions or positions of Seeing-i2i.com.
- Seeing-i2i.com does not promise or guarantee that any User Generated Content posted on the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks is correct or accurate, and Seeing-i2i.com does not necessarily agree with or endorse such content.
- Seeing-i2i.com retains the right to decline to post any User Generated Content, or remove any previously posted content on Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks in our sole discretion.
- You understand that when using the Site or the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks, you will be exposed to User Generated Content from a variety of sources, and that Seeing-i2i.com is not responsible for the usefulness, safety, or intellectual property rights of or relating to such User Generated Content. You further understand and acknowledge that you may be exposed to User Generated Content that is inaccurate, offensive, indecent, or objectionable, and you agree to waive, and hereby do waive, any legal or equitable rights or remedies you have or may have against Seeing-i2i.com with respect thereto.
- You own all of the content and information you post on Seeing-i2i.com, and you can control how it is shared through your privacy and application settings, as applicable.
- For content that is covered by intellectual property rights, like photos and videos (IP content), you specifically give us the following permission, subject to your privacy and application settings: you grant us a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any IP content that you post on or in connection with Seeing-i2i.com (IP License). This IP License ends when you delete your IP content or your account unless your content has been shared with others, and they have not deleted it.
- When you delete IP content, it is deleted in a manner similar to emptying the recycle bin on a computer. However, you understand that removed content may persist in backup copies for a reasonable period of time (but will not be available to others).
- When you use an application, the application may ask for your permission to access your content and information as well as content and information that others have shared with you. We require applications to respect your privacy, and your agreement with that application will control how the application can use, store, and transfer that content and information.
- Seeing-i2i.com’s Social Networks
- Seeing-i2i.com reserves the right, but does not have the obligation, to monitor Seeing-i2i.com’s Social Networks.
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Privacy and Safety
- Seeing-i2i.com respects your personal privacy and the sensitivity of your corporate information. When you visit the Site, we may collect personally identifiable information that you choose to voluntarily disclose. We also may automatically collect certain website use information as you browse the Site. We may share your personal information with other companies and individuals that perform supporting functions in connection with orders for Seeing-i2i.com products (e.g., credit card processing), and with maintaining the Site and the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks. Except as provided herein, we will not share your personal information or any website use information with any party unless required by law.
- Be considerate of others’ privacy, do not reference another without his or her permission. You will not use Seeing-i2i.com to do anything unlawful, misleading, malicious, or discriminatory.
- You will not do anything that could disable, overburden, or impair the proper working or appearance of Seeing-i2i.com, such as a denial of service attack or interference with page rendering or other Seeing-i2i.com functionality.
- You will not facilitate or encourage any violations of this Statement or our policies.
- We respect other people’s rights, and expect you to do the same.
Protecting Other People’s Rights
We respect other people’s rights, and expect you to do the same.
- You will not post content or take any action on Seeing-i2i.com that infringes or violates someone else’s rights or otherwise violates the law.
- We can remove any content or information you post on Seeing-i2i.com if we believe that it violates this Statement or our policies.
- You will not post anyone’s identification documents or sensitive financial information on Seeing-i2i.com.
- You will not tag users or send email invitations to non-users without their consent.
- If you are a Seeing-i2i.com employee, you must also follow the Seeing-i2i.com Employee Social Networking Guidelines.
- Content posted by Seeing-i2i.com employees is their own and does not necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of Seeing-i2i.com, unless such persons have been authorized by Seeing-i2i.com to speak on its behalf. The content on the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be an endorsement or representation by Seeing-i2i.com or any other party.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act Notice and Takedown Procedure
- If you believe that your copyright or other rights have been infringed, please provide Seeing-i2i.com’s Designated Agent (identified below) written notice with the following information:
- An electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright or other interest.
- A description of the copyrighted work or other work that you claim has been infringed.
- A description of where the material that you claim is infringing is located on the Site or the Seeing-i2i.com Social Networks.
- Your address, telephone number, and email address.
- A written statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
- A statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that the above information in your notice is accurate and that you are the copyright owner or are authorized to act on the copyright owner’s behalf.
- Seeing-i2i.com’s Designated Agent for notice of claims of copyright infringement can be reached as follows: via our contact page.
Email: If the disputed materials were posted by a third party identifiable through reasonable efforts, we will provide reasonable notice to the third party of the charge. If the third party responds with a valid counter-notification, we will provide you with a copy so that you may take any other steps you may consider appropriate.
- You will resolve any claim, cause of action or dispute (claim) you have with us arising out of or relating to this Statement or Seeing-i2i.com exclusively in a state court located in Virginia , and you agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purpose of litigating all such claims. The laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia will govern this Statement, as well as any claim that might arise between you and us, without regard to conflict of law provisions.
- If anyone brings a claim against us related to your actions, content or information on Seeing-i2i.com, you will indemnify and hold us harmless from and against all damages, losses, and expenses of any kind (including reasonable legal fees and costs) related to such claim. Although we provide rules for user conduct, we do not control or direct users’ actions on Seeing-i2i.com and are not responsible for the content or information users transmit or share on Seeing-i2i.com. We are not responsible for any offensive, inappropriate, obscene, unlawful or otherwise objectionable content or information you may encounter on Seeing-i2i.com. We are not responsible for the conduct, whether online or offline, of any user of Seeing-i2i.com.
Registration and Account Security
Seeing-i2i.com users provide their real names and information, and we need your help to keep it that way. Here are some commitments you make to us relating to registering and maintaining the security of your account:
- You will not use Seeing-i2i.com if you are under 14 without express prior permission from your parent or guardian.
- You will not use Seeing-i2i.com if you are a convicted sex offender.
- If you select a username or similar identifier for your account or Page, we reserve the right to remove or reclaim it if we believe it is appropriate (such as when a trademark owner complains about a username that does not closely relate to a user’s actual name).
If you violate the letter or spirit of this Statement, or otherwise create risk or possible legal exposure for us, we can stop providing all or part of Seeing-i2i.com to you. We will notify you by email or at the next time you attempt to access your account. You may also delete your account or disable your application at any time.
By “Seeing-i2i.com” or” Seeing-i2i.com Services” we mean the features and services we make available, including through (a) our website and any other Seeing-i2i.com branded or co-branded websites (including sub-domains, international versions, widgets, and mobile versions); (b) our Platform; (c) social plugins such as the Like button, the Share button and other similar offerings; and (d) other media, brands, products, services, software (such as a toolbar), devices, or networks now existing or later developed. Seeing-i2i.com reserves the right to designate, in its sole discretion, that certain of our brands, products, or services are governed by separate terms and not this SRR.
By “Platform” we mean a set of APIs and services (such as content) that enable others, including application developers and website operators, to retrieve data from Seeing-i2i.com or provide data to us.
By “information” we mean facts and other information about you, including actions taken by users and non-users who interact with Seeing-i2i.com.
By “content” we mean anything you or other users post, provide or share using Seeing-i2i.com Services.
By “data” or “user data” or “user’s data” we mean any data, including a user’s content or information that you or third parties can retrieve from Seeing-i2i.com or provide to Seeing-i2i.com through Platform.
By “post” we mean post on Seeing-i2i.com or otherwise make available by using Seeing-i2i.com.
By “use” we mean use, run, copy, publicly perform or display, distribute, modify, translate, and create derivative works of.
By “application” we mean any application or website that uses or accesses Platform, as well as anything else that receives or has received data from us. If you no longer access Platform but have not deleted all data from us, the term application will apply until you delete the data.
By “Trademarks” we mean the list of trademarks provided.
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Virginia Privacy: What you need to know
Virginia recognizes a civil claim for the unauthorized use for advertising or trade purposes of a person’s name, portrait, or picture without first obtaining consent (VA Stat. Sec. 8.01-40). There is more information on these common law rights of privacy available by looking up the relevant excerpts of Title 8 of the Code of Virginia.
FOR PARENTS: INTERNET SAFETY
The best way to know what your child is doing online is to ask. Whether you ask other parents, an Internet-savvy friend, or your child about how they use the Internet asking the right questions will help you understand what your child is doing online so you can make sure they are making safe online choices.
Questions to ask your child:
- How much time do you spend on the site?
- Did you have to register?
- What information did they ask for?
- What information did you give?
Once you have an idea of how your child uses the Internet and what is available to them, you can establish online guidelines and rules. Whether it’s setting guidelines about which sites to visit or what’s okay to do online, it is essential to clearly communicate the rules to your child.
Speak often to your child about potential risks and what to do in various situations. Encourage your child to ask questions about situations they run into. Being aware of the risks your child faces, and communicating frequently with your child about these risks, will help develop their judgment and responsibility about Internet usage.
While the Internet offers amazing opportunities for entertainment, education, connectivity, and more, anyone who goes online should understand basic Online Safety. Teaching these basics to your children is essential.
- When asked by friends or strangers, online or offline, never share Account IDs and Passwords.
- Don’t reveal any personal identity information in your Screen Names, such as your birthday, hobbies, hometown or school.
- In any information exchange, like e-mail or chat, never give any personal information about yourself or someone else.
- Don’t share photos of yourself, your family, or your home with people you meet online.
- Never open e-mails that come from unknown sources DELETE them.
- If you receive mean or threatening comments online, don’t respond. Log off and report the activity to your parents.
- Nothing you write on the Web is completely private. Be careful what you write and to whom.
- Never make plans to meet an online “friend” in person.
- WHEN IN DOUBT: Always ask your parents for help. If you’re not sure, log off.
Just as a child may encounter bullying or aggressive behavior from other students in school, they may be subject to bullying online. So-called “cyber bullies” may send harmful and cruel words or images through the Internet or an electronic device such as a cell phone, in order to harass, embarrass, humiliate, and threaten their target. Other forms of bullying include password hacking, identity theft and blackmail. Many kids may be equally likely to become bullies or victims. While some are anonymous, cyber bullies are often kids who are known by a child from their school, camp, community group, or neighborhood.
It is important to talk openly with children about how to handle cyber bullying issues. If your child encounters a form of cyber bullying, remember that bullies thrive on the reactions of their targets. Children should avoid escalating the situation by refraining from responding to the bully. Parents should contact your local authorities if the problem persists. Be sure to save all messages, including dates and time.
Children as young as two are interacting with the Internet from their parents’ laps. As they get older, however, they may begin to venture online by themselves, with as much support and guidance as you can provide. It is up to parents to decide which controls to put in place and when to ease up as children grow and mature in their decision-making. Here are some resources that you can use to shape your child’s Internet usage:
- Many sites have guides for parents. Take a look to make sure that you understand how the sites your child visits approach safety.
- Some sites offer parental controls. Take advantage of parental controls to determine what your child has access to.
- Most browsers have settings that can block Web sites or entire domains. Use these controls to pre-select Web sites children can or cannot visit.
- Research software available that can monitor children’s Internet use.
- Review the privacy policies of your child’s favorite sites to be aware of what kind of information is being collected about your child, and how it is being used.