We are committed to providing an online experience for children that is safe and rewarding. In accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), we strive to safeguard the privacy of children who visit our website. Personal information is defined under COPPA as “individually identifiable information,” information that helps others to identify a particular person. The following is information about what data we collect, how we use it, who has access to it, and what parents’ and legal guardians’ rights are with regard to the collection, storage, and use of their child’s personal information.
Visitors to the Discovery Mountain site under age 13 are free to access the site without disclosing any personal information, with the exception of the optional "Contact" form which requires an email address. On the contact page listeners are asked "If you're under age 13 please ask your parents or guardian to write to us."
Before children under age 13 will be permitted to disclose personal information to participate in any contests or faith-building activities, we require consent from a parent or legal guardian. In order to do this, we will ask the child to provide the email address of a parent or legal guardian. With this information, we will email the parent or legal guardian and request consent for the collection and use of the child’s personal information. Parents or legal guardians will need to follow the link provided in the request email and provide their consent. Parents or legal guardians will receive an email confirming their consent. Once consent is given, the child will be permitted to participate in any contests or faith-building activities.
Parents or legal guardians who provide consent to the collection and use of their child’s personal information may revoke that consent at any time by simply sending an email with that request.
Personal information of parents or legal guardians will never be sold.