Kid's Planet User and Privacy Agreement
Parents Please Read
Kid's Planet subscribes to the law AND spirit of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). We do not collect personal information about users under the age of 13, nor do we use any technology to track an individual child's usage of our site.
The physicians, nurses and companies who have created and/or sponsored Kid's Planet had the sole objective of helping to educate children suffering from spinal problems. We recommend that parents be directly involved in their children's use of Kid's Planet (and the Internet in general). Spinal disorders can be frightening and confusing to children. Parental participation plays a huge role in helping to eliminate those fears.
We strongly urge parents to discuss the potential dangers of giving out personal information on the Internet. We do not request or require any personally identifiable information.
To view the SpineUniverse.com User Agreement, Click Here.
Never, EVER give out your name, address, or other personal information that would allow someone to know who you are, without asking your parents! This is potentially dangerous.
Kid's Planet contains only two kinds of links to other Internet sites. Naturally we link to our parent site www.spineuniverse.com. We also link to our partners in the development of Kids Planet (for example www.thinkfirst.org). While in the Kid's Planet area, we maintain a clearly different appearance from the adult oriented parts of SpineUniverse, so that you can easily see that you are in our non-adult area.
When Kid's Planet uses a cookie we do not associate it with any personally identifiable information. We only use the cookie to understand how people in general use our site.
We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, analyze visits and to administer our Web site. (An IP address is a number which is assigned to your computer when you log onto the Internet.) We also track the total number of visitors to our site in an aggregate form (this means we don't single out information about specific IP addresses), to allow us to update and improve our site, and tell other people something about the numbers of people who come to our site. We do not extract personally identifiable information during this process.