Effective March 11, 2012
The National Mothers Hall of Fame (NMHOF) website serves three basic functions. First, it is a free consumer portal for information about and shared by mothers. Second, it is a recognition service for members to honor mothers, and share information about the mothers. Finally, it contains password-protected pages where members can access, add, and edit member information.
Personal Information Collected on this Website
No personally-identifiable information is collected on this website from consumers that browse the website for information or use the opt-out service.
The only personally-identifiable information collected on this website is gathered when you register either directly with our site or through FaceBook, or that which is provided when you nominate a mother, or add or edit her information. In the case of registering directly with our site, fields are provided so that you can provide your name, email address and create a password. In the case of registering through FaceBook, only publicly available information on FaceBook is passed on to us unless you specifically approve other information requested and at this time all that we collect is your name, email address, profile picture, birth date, and gender. We collect this information to maintain the integrity of our discussion and comment posts and for internal marketing studies only. In the case of information that is provided when you nominate a mother, or add or edit her information, this information is displayed publicly to tell the story of the mother, expect for her birth date, which is used only to include her in mothers celebrating birthdays while she is living, and is never disclosed while she is living. Any and all of the information about a mother may be omitted from public view by never providing that information or by deleting the non-essential information at any time, or by checking the “Do Not Display this Mother” checkbox on the edit page of the mothers profile by either the nominator or the mother. The mother shall retain the right to hide or delete her information over the right of the nominator, and may request that her information is permanently deleted at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NMHOF is the sole owner of all information collected on this site. The NMHOF will not rent, sell or share any personally-identifiable information about you with third parties for any reason except when required to assist in resolving an issue you raise with us or as required by law.
We do not merge any of the personally-identifiable information collected via any means with other anonymous data collected on our website.
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Anonymous Information Collected on this Website
We record anonymous data such as traffic logs, number of visits or clicks on a given page, pages viewed or links to our site. We use IP addresses and cookies for gathering website statistics. We also store IP addresses on our server in the event that our site should become corrupted and it becomes necessary to discover the cause of this corruption.
We aggregate this anonymous data as part of managing, maintaining and reporting on use of our website. We may share this anonymous data with third parties for the limited purpose of reporting on use of our website, or to comply with applicable law. We do not rent or sell any anonymous data collected on this website with third parties for marketing purposes, however, we may share the anonymous data collected on this website with third parties for marketing purposes.
None of this anonymous data is linked to personally-identifiable information and we make no attempt to link IP addresses to the individuals who visit this site.
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We serve a cookie from our website when members log in to member-only pages, so that they can navigate those pages on the site, such as the nominate pages and to enable you to comment and post discussions. A randomly-generated anonymous identifier is assigned to that cookie to enable this process.
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- Social plugins are buttons, boxes, and stories (such as the Like button) that other websites can use to present Facebook content to you and create more social and personal experiences for you. While you view these buttons, boxes, and stories on other sites, the content comes directly from Facebook.
- If you make something public using a plugin, such as posting a public comment on a newspaper's website, then that website can access your comment (along with your User ID) just like everyone else. Learn more.
- Websites that use social plugins can sometimes tell that you have engaged with the social plugin. For example, they may know that you clicked on a Like button in a social plugin.
- We receive data when you visit a site with a social plugin. You can learn more about the specific types of data we collect. We keep this data for 90 days. After that, we remove your name or any other personally identifying information from the data, or combine it with other people's data in a way that it is no longer associated with you.