Annenberg Learner wishes to protect your privacy on the Web and
in all areas where we connect with you. This privacy statement
is divided into two parts: first, our general principles,
and, second, the detailed actions we take to behave according
to those principles. You can think of this second section
as the "small print" or "legalese" section. Please feel free
to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Your privacy will be protected.
Annenberg Learner shares some information we receive about you with trusted third parties. All such third parties are bound by confidentiality agreements. This information includes both traditional factual information (your name, address, phone number, etc.) and electronic, technical, Web-oriented information (your IP address, email configuration, email address, etc.) Neither we, nor these third parties, will use this information for any reason except to analyze aggregate usage patterns for the site; and to provide and maintain services you have requested through learner.org.
2. We do not share mailing lists.
Annenberg Learner does not sell or exchange mailing lists.
3. You will not be spammed.
You will only receive email outreach messages from us
if you register as a workshop leader, make an inquiry about
our work, or request to be placed on a list receiving weekly
or monthly updates and news from us through email.
4. We will address your privacy concerns promptly.
If you receive our weekly or monthly email news in error,
or if you ever wish to discontinue them, or if any other
concern related to online interactivity or online ordering
arises, please let us know immediately-and we will do our
best to solve the problem immediately.
The electronic information our servers collect about visitors
depends on what the visitors do while visiting our Web site.
1. If you visit our site to browse, read, download information,
or make an order:
We collect the IP ("internet protocol") addresses of our
site visitors, in order to measure the number and frequency
of visitors. This is often referred to as collecting information
2. If you identify yourself personally to us by sending
us an email or using an online form to order materials, to
register as a workshop site leader, or to subscribe to any
of our weekly or monthly email news updates:
We store the information you voluntarily provide, and
use it to contact you for matters related to the purpose
for which you gave it to us. We do not share this information
with other organizations or use it for commercial purposes
other than those you directly request. If you sign up as
a workshop site leader, we may give your work address and
email to individual workshop participants who wish to join
your site or share your resources.
In other limited and exceptional circumstances, we may
be required by law to disclose the information you submit.
An investigation of credit card fraud would be an example
of such circumstances.
If you use one of our online forms, the information you
provide is entirely at your discretion. In the event of
a complaint or request from you in the future, it may be
impossible for us to refer to, respond to, or investigate
your complaint unless you have already shared some information
with us through one of our online forms. In other words,
if you visit our site anonymously, and leave no footprints
behind, we won't be able to help you by retracing any of
3. If you want to retrieve or correct your personal information
that may be in our records:
We comply happily with the Freedom of Information Act
and the Privacy Act of 1974 to provide you certain rights
to view your personal information maintained in our records.
Upon request we will provide you with access to your contact
information (e.g., name, address, phone number), and offer
you the chance to correct inaccuracies.
4. If you would like to opt out of our mailings and services:
If you do not want to receive email or postal mail from
us in the future, please let us know and we will comply.
Give us the exact email or postal mail address you would
like removed from our lists, and we will do it.
5. A further note about security:
If you send us an email message or use one of our online
forms, you should be aware that your information is not
necessarily secure against electronic interception by unknown
and unforeseeable third parties, commonly known as "hackers."
If you believe your communication to us includes sensitive
information, please contact us by postal mail or telephone
rather than by email.
Once your information has been collected in our database,
we have appropriate security measures in place at our physical
facilities to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration
of information that we have collected from you.
6. In the event of changes to this policy:
We reserve the right to use site visitor information in
the future for new, unanticipated uses not disclosed in
this privacy notice. This is not because we foresee any
change in our principles, but because ongoing advances in
electronic interactivity may change the very ways you and
we connect. Such changes are impossible to foresee. In any
case, if our electronic information practices change in
these ways, we will post such policy changes on our Web
site. You will then have, as you do now, the ability to
opt out of these new uses. If you are concerned about how
your information is used, check back at our Web site periodically.
7. How to contact us:
By postal mail:
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue NW #302
Washington, DC 20004
(for general issues)
(for questions related to an online order you have placed)
If you are unsure which email address to use, please