We respect your privacy and appreciate the confidence you have placed in localtender.com as your primary source of information about Orange County. We are committed to protecting your privacy and preserving your trust. We will ensure that no one not affiliated with localtender.comhas access to information you provide during your time on our site.
We will not distribute personal information to advertisers, sponsors or vendors without your explicit permission. We may include demographic information in reports to our partners or vendors without referencing names, phone numbers, email addresses or other identifying information.
We will give you the opportunity to update information you provide to us to ensure that it is accurate and reflects your continued interest in the services provided by localtender.com. This information assures that we provide up-to-date, appropriate, high-quality information to you.
Personal calendar or portfolio information will be unavailable to our staff or to anyone for commercial purposes.
Our requests for information are intended to enhance your experience at localtender.com. They are not intended to be intrusive or unwelcome.
We may, with your permission, occasionally offer you an opportunity to participate in an event or purchase a product or service that we find worthwhile. These offers never will be made without advance notice and your permission.
localtender.com currently uses a confirmed opt-in process. After you register at the newsletter profile form page and submit your registration, a confirmation e-mail is immediately sent to your e-mail address. This e-mail communication confirms that you have just registered for e-mail communications and/or newsletters from localtender.com and provides a link to your personal profile so that you can review, modify or unsubscribe. You are not required to take further action in order to be included in our e-mail program. This process provides safeguards to protect your privacy by preventing others from inadvertently signing you up for localtender.com newsletter communications without your knowledge.
We provide you with the opportunity, at any time, to update information you provide to us to ensure that it is accurate and reflects your continued interest in the services provided by localtender.com. If you would like to make changes to your profile or unsubscribe from receiving future e-mail communications from localtender.com, simply click on the link provided in your confirmation e-mail, and you will be immediately directed to your personal profile page. Don't have the link available? Simply visit localtender.com and enter your e-mail address in the newsletter box and submit. A message will pop up on the screen confirming that you are already a member. A confirmation e-mail will immediately be sent to your e-mail address providing the link to your personal profile page, so that you can modify your contact information and newsletter preferences or opt out completely from receiving future e-mail communications from localtender.com
In order to provide convenient and personalized e-mail communications the localtender.com e-mail newsletter registration page includes demographic questions, used to segment our database to ensure we are sending you information relative to your interests. We will not distribute personal information to advertisers, sponsors or vendors, without your explicit permission.
When OCRegister.com integrates 3rd party promotions, which depends upon customer information, (e-mail address and other demographic information) we WILL NOT share your e-mail address or other information with the 3rd party.
We do disclose aggregated user statistics (for example, 27% of our e-mail newsletter registrants live in South County) in order to describe our audience to prospective partners, advertisers, and other 3rd parties. However, aggregate data is not traceable to a specific recipient or e-mail address.
Federal law puts you and your parents in charge of your personal identifying information -- if you're under 13. Websites that ask for certain information about kids under 13 have to get their parents permission to get the information. This means that you and your parents can talk about the information the website collects and decide together if it's information you want to give.
Why is this law important? Because it can stop website operators who might misuse information they collect from kids like you. This law protects you by asking your parents to give websites their permission to collect information from you. Now you and your parents will know what information is being collected and how it will be used.
Here are some important things to know about surfing, privacy and your personal information:
1. Never give out your last or family name, your home address or your phone number in chat rooms, on bulletin boards, or to online pen-pals.
2. Don't tell other kids your screen name, user ID or password.
4. Surf the Internet with your parents. If they aren't available, talk to them about the sites you're visiting.
6. Websites must get your parent's permission before they collect many kinds of information from you.
7. If a website has information about you that you and your parents don't want it to have, your parents can ask to see the information - and they can ask the website to delete or erase the information.
8. Sites are not supposed to collect more information than they need about you for the activity you want to participate in. You should be able to participate in many activities online without having to give any information about yourself.
9. If a site makes you uncomfortable or asks for more information than you want to share, leave the site.
If you have concerns or questions about the specifics of our policy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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