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A Final Note to Parents
The Internet offers a world of opportunity for children. Your guidance
and involvement are essential to help ensure that children have a safe
and rewarding online experience. We encourage you to visit The Direct
Marketing Association's Web site (http://www.the-dma.org) and explore the Get CyberSavvy! program at http://www.cybersavvy.org/cybersavvy/index.html.
Get CyberSavvy! helps families learn how information flows online so
they can use the Internet in ways that protect their privacy and
well-being. It also contains a number of valuable resources to help
parents and children be aware of and express their preferences about
information that is collected online and how it is used. Your efforts
to instill responsible information practices will help steer your
children to age-appropriate sites and will go a long way toward
ensuring that your children have enriching experiences onli
We have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial
procedures to safeguard and help prevent unauthorized access, maintain
data security, and correctly use the information we collect online.
BEWARE: If you do any of the above we may suspend you from using your account for up to 168 hours or freeze your account permanently.
note that depending on your account history and the type of
infraction, you may be frozen or suspended for breaking the rules and
that you WILL be frozen for multiple infractions. Also, you will not
necessarily be warned prior to being frozen. This is your warning
We take great care and pride in creating this Site. We are always on
the lookout for technical glitches that effect how the Site works. When
we find them on our end, we will fix them. Unfortunately, your home
computer may cause some glitches that effect how you see our Site--and
that is beyond our control.
you experience any unusual behavior, content or ads on the Site, it may
be the result of Malware on your computer. Malware--short for MALicious
softWARE--is a term used to broadly classify a form of software which
is installed in a computer system with malicious intentions, usually
without the owner's knowledge or permission. Malware includes computer
viruses, key loggers, malicious active content, rogue programs and
dialers, among others. While we continuously work closely with our
partners to ensure that everything on the Site is working properly,
sometimes Malware programs on your personal computer may interfere with
your experience on our Site and on other sites that you visit.
suggest that you take some of the following actions which may help to
clean your computer and which could prevent future installations of
note that we cannot be responsible for the effects of any third-party
software including Malware on your computer system. Please make sure to
carefully read the Help or Customer Support areas of any software
If you do discover any Malware on your system, we also suggest you speak with a qualified computer technician.
If, after taking the above actions, you are still experiencing any problems
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