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How does Vivolve handle on-line safety?
Online safety is our #1 priority. Unlike other websites, we use a closed communications system, so there's no SPAM, viruses or other on-line threats. User data is not sold or shared with any recruiter or data subscribers until they are fully vetted (verfied) first. Also, users are only contacted by recruiters and data subscribers based upon their preferences and expressed interests. The user can reject messages at any time. For added security, parents can be copied on all communications
Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
The Children's Online Personal Privacy Act (COPPA) is a United States federal law that applies to the on-line collection of personal information from children under the age of thirteen (13). It states that on-line websites cannot legally collect data from individuals under the age of thirteen (13).
In addition, Vivolve strongly encourages parents and guardians to spend time on-line with their children to participate in and monitor their online activity. All data collection activity on the Vivolve website is done in strict compliance with applicable U.S. laws.
Without exception, parents can obtain a copy of, correct or update the personal information their child provides to Vivolve. Parents can instruct us to no longer contact the child and to remove their child's information via e-mail and all records will be removed immediately.
For more information about COPPA, please visit the following links below:
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