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Internet User Privacy
Operation Restore respects privacy of Internet Users and does not collect personally
identifying information without the Internet User's specific permission.
This policy applies to the web sites owned or operated by Operation Restore, a non-profit
Oregon corporation ("Operation Restore").
email@example.com, or by mail at our headquarters address:
Operation Restore Me Organization
Attn: D, Grouns
14018 E. Twentieth Ave.
Veradale, WA 99037-9469
Some terms used in this Policy are:
"Advertiser" - which means a person or organization that has entered into a
Operation Restore Advertiser Service Agreement with Operation Restore and operates a Web
site that pays for a sale, lead or click by an Internet User referred by a Publisher.
"Publisher" - which means a person or organization that has entered into a
Operation Restore Publisher Service Agreement and may be compensated for a sale, lead or
click by an Internet User that the Publisher referred to an Advertiser's Web site.
"Cookies" - which are small pieces of information that are stored by an Internet
User's browser on the Internet User's hard drive.
Collection of Data
sites may do so.
Operation Restore does not collect Internet User identity or contact information from
Internet Users' visits to Operation Restore Web Sites. For each visitor to a Operation
Restore Web site, the visitor's computer reaches us via a particular IP, (Internet
Protocol), address. Operation Restore's servers automatically collect this IP address.
Operation Restore does receive and record partial e-mail addresses of Internet Users, only
in circumstances where the Internet User has voluntarily provided its identity and contact
information through the Advertiser's Web site or Publisher's Web site. This partial e-mail
address does not enable Operation Restore to personally identify an Internet User.
Disabled and Non-functioning Cookies
Operation Restore does not employ any technology or means of preventing an Internet User
from disabling the acceptance of a Cookie. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies,
but an Internet User's browser may be set by the Internet User to disable this function.
Some Web browsers or similar Internet navigating technology may not support (or
consistently support) Cookie technology. If Cookies are disabled or the Internet User is
utilizing technology that does not adequately support Cookie technology, Operation Restore
shall not be able to record the Internet User's click on an Advertiser's link that was
placed on a Publisher's Web site or within a subscription e-mail or the Internet User's
subsequent activity at the Advertiser's Web site.
Use and Disclosure of Data
Operation Restore does not sell or rent personally identifying information. Operation
Restore does not disclose personally identifying information to anyone that Operation
Restore is not authorized to do so. Operation Restore does not use anonymous user
data to create and report the browsing, purchasing and/or lead form completion activities
of anonymous users.
Operation Restore reserves the right to release information on Internet Users if compelled
to do so by proper judicial or governmental authorities. Disclosure shall be limited to
only to those that Operation Restore is compelled to disclose by Court Order. At present,
all information processing occurs in the United States.
Operation Restore employs industry standard security measures to ensure the security of
all data. Access to Operation Restore customer data is accessible via password protection
through the Advertiser and Publisher Accounts created by each Advertiser and Publisher,
and to designated Operation Restore employees who require system level access in order to
perform their jobs. Access to Internet User data that identifies the Internet User's name
and/or e-mail addresses is limited to designated Operation Restore employees who require
such access in order to perform their jobs and to an Advertiser or Publisher that provided
such information. Each Advertiser and Publisher is responsible for maintaining the
confidentiality of its own password used for accessing its accounts on the Operation
Publisher and Advertiser Privacy
Operation Restore does not share with anyone other than an Advertiser, personally
identifiable information about a Publisher, and vice versa. Such exchange is limited to a
party's e-mail address and basic Account detail (including but not limited to Web site
name (if applicable), date Web site or subscription e-mail first entered into operation,
and visitor demographics). Such information shall be accessible to enable each party (an
Advertiser and a Publisher) to assess a potential affiliation with the other party and,
when an affiliation has been established, to facilitate the on-going relationship. The
parties may contact each other before entering into an affiliation (e.g. for the purpose
of soliciting affiliation, and other similar commercial solicitations) and after an
affiliation for the purpose of sending and receiving targeted commercial e-mail
solicitations regarding special promotions and affiliation opportunities. Once an
affiliation is established, the parties are privy to recorded information regarding the
affiliation results, including anonymous Internet User transaction data for Internet Users
referred by the Publisher. If a Publisher has been given permission by the Internet User
to record personally identifiable Internet User transaction data (e.g. through rewards
membership programs), the anonymous Internet User transaction data may be coded by a
Publisher to enable the Publisher to generate personally identifiable Internet User
transaction data. Under the foregoing circumstances, the information remains anonymous to
Operation Restore. By completing the registration process, Publishers and Advertisers
agree to be solicited by Advertisers and Publishers (respectively) for the foregoing
purposes. All other personally identifiable information of Advertisers and Publishers that
is provided by them during the sign-up process is retained and used by Operation Restore
in order to serve the Publisher and the Publisher's Advertisers through processes such as
performance reporting and commission payments to Publishers. Advertisers and Publishers
have agreed with Operation Restore not to engage in spamming, unsolicited e-mail and
indiscriminate advertising. Each Advertiser and Publisher may view or modify the
information that it provided during sign-up.
Advertiser and Publisher Web Sites and Publisher Subscription E-mails
Although Operation Restore requires Advertisers and Publishers to adhere to Good Business
Practices as a condition of Membership in the Operation Restore Network, Operation Restore
is not responsible for the information practices of Advertisers or Publishers. Advertisers
and Publishers may collect information from or about Internet Users, including personal
information. The collection, use, and disclosure of information by Advertisers and
Publishers are subject to their respective privacy policies, which may differ from
Operation Restore does not intentionally send unsolicited e-mail messages that could
legitimately be construed as spam. Operation Restore's Advertisers and Publishers are held
to the same standards.
Since you may not become a member of Operation Restore's Network if you are under the age
of 18, Operation Restore complies with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of
1998. Advertisers and Publishers are also obligated to comply with COPPA.
If you inform Operation Restore that Operation Restore has collected or received
information from a child under 18, Operation Restore will delete such information
immediately from its databases. No Operation Restore Web Site is specifically directed to
children under 18. Operation Restore shall not knowingly distribute to third parties any
personally identifiable information erroneously collected from children under 18.
Deactivating or deleting from databases by Publishers and Advertisers
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you no longer wish to maintain an account
with Operation Restore, or are unable to access your account. If Operation Restore has
such information, Operation Restore shall not retain your name and/or e-mail address any
longer than is necessary to perform the services that you requested from Operation
Operation Restore may find it necessary or be legally obligated to update this Privacy
Policy from time to time. Any changes will be posted at this site. Except as otherwise
collected by Operation Restore prior to the effective date of the policy change.
Initial Version Effective January 21, 2002
Republished (with modifications) Effective March 17, 2002 10:18 PM