AmateurParenting.com collects three (3) kinds of data from users:
- Voluntary information you provide;
- Anonymous nonpersonal information; and
- Cookie-based information.
Voluntary information you provide
Any time you fill out a form on this site, including leaving a comment, you provide personal information to AmateurParenting.com. We may use this information to contact you if there is a problem with one of your comments, to respond privately to a comment for which a public response would be in some way inappropriate, or to notify you if you are a contest winner and ensure that your prize is shipped to you at an appropriate address. We guarantee that we will never knowingly disclose this information to any third party without your permission, and have taken reasonable security precautions to safeguard your information from third parties. Any information you provide in a public part of the site (such as in the comment field when leaving a comment on a post) is accessible to the public and AmateurParenting.com will not be held liable for any problems arising from such disclosure.
Anonymous nonpersonal information
When you visit AmateurParenting.com, we automatically collect anonymous nonpersonal information through Google Analytics to help us understand our site users and better tailor our content to those users. Information collected includes but is not limited to length and time of visit, page of entry or exit, which pages you viewed during your visit, your browser and operating system, your approximate geographical location (eg, country, state, city), etc. This helps us determined where our users come from and what material interests them most. We may share this nonpersonal information with advertisers and other third parties.
We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, visit Network Advertising Initiative.
Cookies are little pieces of information stored on your computer to save website preferences and other online data for a smoother Web experience. For instance, cookies tell the “subscribe to the RSS feed” notification on every page whether you’re a new or returning user so it knows what message to show you. You can turn off cookies in your browser’s settings.
If you have any questions, please contact Kristen King, aka Mommy-in-Training.