Welcome to the NASA Endeavor STEM Teaching Certificate Project. While we develop and encourage interactivity in learning, we strive to ensure the online safety and privacy of our users. Endeavor is committed to complying fully with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA). Notice of our information practices are explained below as required by the Federal Trade Commission’s Children’s Online Privacy Protection Regulations, located at 16 CFR Part 312.
(i) Contact Information (16 CFR Part 312.4) “Operators”
Tara Alvarez is responsible for Web Development.
(ii) Information Collected (16 CFR Part 312.4)
As with all websites, the project collects some information indirectly from all users visiting our website. What is collected and how it is used is explained below.
- System Logging. Our web server and e-mail systems keep log files about network transactions. We do analyze our web log files to calculate statistics on which pages are visited and how long visitors stay on our site. We do not track individuals with this information. We are required to retain this information for the security of our website and online service. E-mail addresses of messages sent from our system are logged as well. These logs are not viewed unless necessary for security reasons and are deleted after 30 days (16 CFR Part 312.5(c)(5)(i)).
- Internet Addresses. The project gathers Internet Protocol Address (IP Addresses) and pages viewed as part of the logging system within our web server. When calculating statistics on visits and pages viewed IP addresses are used in broad calculations. IP address are never used to identify someone personally unless a security breach requires such an investigation (16 CFR Part 312.5(c)(5)(i)).
(iii) Third Party Disclosure (16 CFR Part 312.4)
(iv) Participation(16 CFR Part 312.4)
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