We respect your privacy and encourage online safety!
NOTE: We are currently revising this policy to ensure that our upcoming new newsletters comply with COPPA regulations. Stay tuned!
To ensure that this site stays safe and fun, we make the following promises:
Blab-O-Rama. The information we collect on the Blab form for posting is non-personal (such as first name and email).
Shout Out/Blab-o-Tips (e-mail subscription and occasional announcements). These are topic-specific emails that are sent periodically via MailChimp. Only the name and the subscriber’s e-mail are collected so s/he can receive the newsletter and announcements. If a subscriber is under the age of 13, we will also ask for the parent’s email address. The parent will then be notified of the child’s subscription and their right to remove or refuse subscription.
- To review your child’s information retained in the Shout Out mailing list, click here for the Information Request Form.
- To discontinue your child’s subscription to Denise’s Shout Out, click here for the Removal Form.
Contests. Contests will usually require the entrant to include an email address. We will use the email address only to notify the reader with regards to the contest. We will not keep the address once the contest is over.
Submissions. If you or your child submits stories, artwork, comments or anything else to us which is posted on our site or in our e-mailings, you will be identified only by first name, grade, city and state.
E-mail communication. If you send us an e-mail with a question or comment, or enter one of our contests, we will write back using your e-mail address, but we will not keep the address or use it again.
No one will be excluded from our site for not giving us personal information. When we do ask for personal information (like an e-mail address), we will only keep it until that particular activity is complete. We will not share this information with a third party.
As you visit denisevega.com, it is possible that several cookies* will be set on your computer. We do not not use the information from cookies.
*What’s a cookie? A cookie is information a Web site puts on your computer’s hard drive so that the site can remember your preferences or which pages you visited on that site.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this policy, click here to send us an e-mail.
You may also contact us at P.O. Box 101596 Denver, CO 80250-1596
Last modified: September 06, 2012