Who Must Comply Web sites or online services directed to children under the age of 13 that collect personal information from children, or Web sites that cater to general audiences and have knowledge that they are collecting personal information from children, must comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
Does CMA-SC need to Comply? Yes. The information collected on our web site is limited - Name and Email Address ONLY - and that only if the user wishes to join the CMA Community and receive our newsletter and other email notifications. We discourage children from joining / subscribing, and ask that a parent or legal guardian make the subscription request.
What information does CMA-SC Collect? Name and Email Address only.
When / How does CMA-SC Collect this information? When the user requests to Join / Subscribe to the CMA Community to receive our newsletter and other email notifications about Columbia Martial Arts and Fitness. The Subscription Request is a Double Opt-In operation, requiring an initial request, followed by an Email Verification using a Confirmation Return link.
Who can see and use this information? This information is restricted to the management of Columbia Martial Arts and Fitness. We have a strict policy of not selling or distributing this information to any one, or any business, for any reason.
The information is maintained in a secure database hosted within our web domain on Yahoo!'s web servers.
How will this information be used? This information is used solely to distribute to the Subscriber / Member the information they requested from Columbia Martial Arts and Fitness.
Can the user control this information? Yes. The user themselves may request to Unsubscribe from the CMA Community. In so doing, their information is automatically deleted from our database.
Primary Operator(s) are: Mark Mills Columbia Martial Arts and Fitness 239 Two Notch Road Lexington, South Carolina 29073 803-356-9755 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, effective April 21, 2000, applies to the online collection of personal information from children under 13.