Privacy and Security Policy
At allstars.org, we take our donors’ and visitors’ privacy very seriously. Our primary goal in collecting information from you is to provide you with a smooth and secure experience while you visit our website.
The privacy of our donor and vistor nonpublic information is important to us. This includes, but is not limited to, your name and email address. We use safeguards to protect your privacy and confidentiality. This disclosure discusses the information that we collect and the manner in which that information is used.
Your Acceptance of These Terms
1. What information does allstars.org gather and track?
We collect only that information that donors and visitors email to us or send to us via the various forms on the allstars.org website.
If you do not do anything during your visit except for browse through the website and read the information contained within the web pages, we may gather certain information about your visit automatically. This information does not identify you personally. We may automatically gather the internet domain, IP address from which you access our website, and the date and time when you access our website, along with the pages that you visit. This is done in order to assist us in determining the value and quality of our web pages and website so as to monitor our web-traffic for purposes of software and hardware integrity, optimization and maintenance.
Some information is gathered when you register for the All Stars Project’s eNewsletter. During this online registration, we ask for your email address, city and country of residence. While only your email address is required to use the service, the more information you provide (and the more accurate it is), the better we are able to customize your experience and enhance our overall offerings.
We may collect nonpublic personal information from donors and visitors when you voluntarily provide personally identifiable information to us through our website. This information may include such information as name and address (email or other). Otherwise, the All Stars site is designed to operate without the use of personally identifiable information.
It has always been the All Stars Project’s policy that this information is for internal use only and will not under any circumstances be distributed, assigned, sold or transferred to any third parties, except as mandated by law, and as otherwise set forth herein.
All other information gathered is optional.
When you connect to our web site, we do not store a cookie on your computer.
When you fill out a form on our site requesting information, we ask you for your personal information and other information necessary to answer your question or resolve your problem although other than your name, no other information is required.
2. How does allstars.org use my information?
Allstars.org uses donor and visitor information on an aggregated basis to do such things as operate our site and enhance our site. We statistically analyze site usage, including the behavior of our visitors, to improve the content, layout, and services of the allstars.org site.
The following describes some of the ways your information may be used:
a. Your contact information from the eNewsletter sign-up or contact form is used to send you specifically requested information about the All Stars Project or our quarterly eNewsletter. In the case of the Contact Form, we also use this information to contact you when necessary.
b. Any information you provide to us through a form requesting information, or an eNewsletter subscription is used for that specific situation only.
c. We will occasionally offer promotions on our web site. To participate, you will likely be asked to provide some basic information, such as e-mail address.
3. Does allstars.org share my information?
All Stars will not sell or rent your nonpublic information to any individual, business or government entity.
We restrict access to nonpublic information to those employees and contractors (if any) who need to know that information in order to perform their jobs and to provide services (including the operation of this website) to you. We restrict access to nonpublic information to those employees and contractors who need to know that information in order to provide services to you.
Disclosure and Other:
Allstars.org may disclose or access account information when we believe in good faith that the law required it or for the protection of our legal rights. allstars.org may also disclose information in special cases when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating our policies.
4. How do I opt out of receiving messages from allstars.org?
If you sign-up for the All Stars Project’s eNewsletter and decide you do not wish to receive it anymore, you may use the unsubscribe form at the bottom of the main page of each quarterly All Stars Project eNewsletter.
5. How does allstars.org protect Children’s Privacy?
The safety of children is very important to us. No information should be submitted to allstars.org by children under the age of 13 (“Children”) without the prior consent of their parent or guardian. Allstars.org will not post to its site any material that is unsuitable for children under the age of 13.
6. What is the All Stars Project’s parental consent policy?
a. Verifiable Parental Consent.
We are required by law to obtain verifiable parental consent in order to collect, use, or disclose personal information from Children. Before we collect any information on a Child, we require the parent or guardian (collectively, the “Parent”) to verify his or her consent by either completing a consent form which may be obtained by emailing the All Stars Project.
b. Collector of Personal Information.
The All Stars Project owns and operates this web site and this policy only addresses the activities of allstars.org. Other sites (including those that we link to) and the sites of our members may have their own policies, which we do not control and which are not addressed by this policy.
The Internet is huge and can be great fun to explore, but parents and children need to educate themselves if they want to have a safe and enjoyable online experience.
7. How do I contact allstars.org?
If you have any questions or concerns about this privacy statement, our site’s practices and services, or your dealings with allstars.org, please click here to contact the All Stars Project.