• Privacy Policy

    Privacy Policy
    (updated June 11, 2013)



    At SecularHomeschool, we strongly feel that children's safety, which is related to privacy, is all-important.


    If you have questions or comments on our policy, we would like to hear from you. You can contact us by:

    Email - info @ SecularHomeschool.com


    Please read this Privacy Policy carefully because it describes our privacy practices and helps distinguish our service from others which have different policies.


    Our site complies with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act "COPPA", which you may read about here.


    SecularHomeschool service - providing an social community for parents. This information is never shared with any outside parties and is securely stored. The only contact information that is collected is for contacting parents. SecularHomeschool will never seek to directly contact your children. SecularHomeschool will never market to children.


    Children on the internet should be closely supervised and instructed about security. We recommend that parents provide the following information to all children: Kids' Rules for Online Safety.


    SecularHomeschool does not disclose any personal information to outside parties.

    SecularHomeschool has appropriate security measures in place to safeguard against unauthorized access to the personal information collected at our Web site, including limiting the number of people who have physical access to our database servers, as well as electronic security systems and password protections.


    What about the collection of information by third parties?

    Our web site contains links to web sites not maintained by SecularHomeschool. Although we do our best to ensure that such web sites maintain the highest standards for privacy policy, the privacy and data collection practices on any linked web sites are entirely separate from SecularHomeschool and are not covered by this Privacy Policy. As a policy, we do not take our users to sites where an email or other personal information is solicited. However, we cannot guarantee that this will not occur.


    What security measures do we take?

    SecularHomeschool has taken reasonable steps to ensure that all information received from our online visitors remains as secure as possible against unauthorized access and use. All personal information provided by customers is kept in SecularHomeschool secure database, and is protected by our security measures, which are periodically reviewed. Bear in mind, however, that no data transmission over the Internet is 100% secure and any information disclosed online can potentially be collected and used by parties other than the intended recipient.


    Children's Privacy Guidelines

    SecularHomeschool exists to serve and provide a safe positive experience for children. To ensure this, we work with the following:

    We do not collect online contact information directly from children. Without prior parental consent, online information will only be used to respond directly to the child's request and will not be used for other purposes.
    We do not distribute to third parties any personally identifiable information without prior parental consent.
    We do not give the ability to publicly post or otherwise distribute personally identifiable contact information without prior parental consent.
    We try to avoid providing access to any web sites which request personal information such as emails or addresses of the users.
    We do not entice by the prospect of a special game, prize or other activity, to divulge more information than is needed to participate in the activity.


    *What is a cookie?

    A cookie is information a Web site puts on your computer's hard drive so that the site can remember your preferences or which pages you visited on that site.


    SecularHomeschool.net only uses cookies with Members at the following times:

    To capture the local time from your computer in order to properly set timers and counters.
    To remember login name (for easier access) and to automatically load the login information.
    As you explore various web sites, a session cookie will tell SecularHomeschool which pages you visit and the amount of time between each visit. This cookie does not remember any information about you or your computer, A "session cookie" only remembers information about your current visit to the site.
    Your family's use of this site is conditioned on your having accepted these terms. You should check back to this policy frequently, since it is subject to change from time to time, and your continued use of the site is conditioned upon your acceptance of any modifications hereto.


    We want to make this service useful to families and to provide parents and caregivers a service with which they are happy to have their children interact, learn and play. If you have any comments or questions, we'd like to hear them. This is, after all, built for you. info @ SecularHomeschool.com
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