Privacy Policy

Cyberbullying 411 is a free website with Internet safety information. When you visit our website, we do not collect any information about you unless you choose to provide that information to us (other than information automatically collected and stored in the web server’s logs—see below). Cyberbullying 411 links to other websites as a service to you, and once you leave the Cyberbullying 411 site to visit a linked site, the privacy policy of that site applies.

Personal Information

You do not have to provide any personal information to visit this website.

If you choose to provide us with information about yourself through an e-mail message, form, survey, etc., we will only maintain the information as long as needed to respond to your question or to fulfill the stated purpose of the communication.

Information Automatically Collected and Stored in Web Server Logs

When you browse through any website, certain personal information about you can be collected. Our web server software automatically collects and temporarily stores the following information about each visit for statistical purposes:

  • the name of the domain you use to access the Internet (for example, AOL.com, if you are using an America Online account or stanford.edu, if you
    are connecting from Stanford University’s domain)
  • the date and time of the visit
  • the pages visited
  • the address of the website you came from when you came to visit

We use this information for statistical purposes to help us make our site more useful to visitors. Unless it is specifically stated otherwise, no additional information will be collected about you.

Disclosure

Cyberbullying 411 does not disclose, give, sell, or transfer any personal information about visitors, unless required for law enforcement or by statute.

Intrusion Detection

For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, we employ software programs to monitor traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage. In the event of authorized law enforcement investigations and pursuant to any required legal process, information from these sources may be used to help identify an individual.