|Adoption Registry Privacy Statement|
Adoption Registry Connect Privacy Statement
Adoption Registry Connect (ARC) respects the privacy of its users, and has written this privacy statement to explain its policies.
NOTICE to all persons who post a query on ARC:
ARC respects the privacy of any living person who is the subject of a query. Any living person described in the text of a query record, in such a way that it could jeopardize the privacy of that person, has the right to request that query to be removed. If someone posts a query, and the contents of that query describes another living person, in such detail that it could jeopardize their privacy, ARC will respect that person's wishes to remove or edit the query.
Any query that identifies a living child, will be removed by ARC.
About Submitting Your E-mail Address
Your e-mail address is required when posting a query or setting up a notification.
The e-mail address is needed for the following reasons:
ARC promises never to share your e-mail address with another company, website, organization, or person.
ARC promises not to use your e-mail address to send unsolicited e-mail.
ARC IS NOT owned or operated by MyFamily.com, Ancestry.com, RootsWeb.com, Genealogy.com, or any other paid-subscription genealogy company. We promise that when you provide your e-mail address to us, those companies, or any other entity, will not get it from us.
Visitor Submitted Information
ARC publishes query records submitted by its users.
Users submit query records through ARC's online forms. Because ARC allows its users to modify and delete the query records they submit, it is necessary to require users to establish an account and password to protect against unauthorized tampering with the query records. ARC does not transfer the account and password information to any other person or organization. It does not use this information to send out unsolicitied e-mail (spam).
When a user submits a query record to ARC, all the information contained within the query record will be made available to the public to see. Therefore, users are cautioned to exclude any information that should not be made visible to the public. The staff at ARC will randomly review submitted query records for appropriateness, but cannot review them all.
Other Information Collected from Visitors
ARC's web server maintains a log file that contains statistics on website usage. Included in these statistics are the user's IP address. This address is used to help ARC determine website usage, and is not used for any other means. This information is kept within ARC and is never transferred to any other person or organization.
ARC does not place cookies on your computer.
Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1999
ARC believes that its website complies entirely with the requirements of COPPA.
The ARC website is not intended to be used by persons aged 13 years or under, and the staff at ARC does not expect any such persons to do so.
Any person aged 13 years or under must receive consent from a parent or guardian before submitting any information to ARC. If ARC believes such a person has submitted information without proper consent, that information will be discarded.
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