Privacy Policy

In the Constitution’s Online Privacy Policy and Children’s Online Privacy Policy


In the Constitution’s Online Privacy Policy and Children’s Online Privacy Policy
In the Constitution respects the privacy of its users and their choice not to have personal information shared with others. In the Constitution does not and will not sell, rent, or trade donor information (collected online or offline) to organizations that use such information for commercial purposes. Occasionally we make mailing lists available for one time use by selected nonprofits in return for donor lists from those organizations. You may instruct that we exclude your information from any lists that we share. All such requests — directed to In the Constitution, 105298 North US Highway 89, Etna, WY 83118 — will be implemented as soon as possible.
Website User Privacy Policy
In the Constitution is committed to protecting the personal information you choose to entrust to us when using our website. This Privacy Policy explains our information collection, disclosure, and parental consent practices with respect to the collection of information from individuals over the age of 13, as well as the information collection, disclosure, and parental consent practices with respect to information provided by children under the age of 13 (“child” or “children”). As an organization organized and operated as a non-profit, In the Constitution is not required to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”). However, In the Constitution recognizes parental privacy concerns and provides information within this policy about its collection, use and disclosure of information collected from children.
User Data We Collect
In the Constitution collects two types of user data: (1) anonymous technical data and (2) voluntarily submitted data.  When you browse the In the Constitution website, we may collect information regarding the domain and host from which you access the Internet, the Internet Protocol address of the computer or Internet Service Provider you are using, and anonymous site statistical data.  This information is collected for the purpose of analyzing site traffic and improving the In the Constitution website.  We do not use cookies.
In addition, we may ask for and collect from you personally identifiable information at various points throughout the site.  Depending on the information and/or services you request, you may be asked to provide your name, email address, address, phone number, payment details for donations, and similar information.  If you choose to provide your credit card information, we will use that information for the purposes for which it was provided.  This information is never stored on In the Constitution’s computers, and is shared with secure third parties for the sole purpose of processing donations.  These third-party service providers are contractually prohibited from sharing your personally identifiable information with any other third parties.
Information We Collect From Children, How We Use It, and How and When We Communicate With Parents
In the Constitution offers to its users a range of educational publications, courses and other material, some of which are secondarily targeted at children, and others that are intended for users of all ages and their families. Our website includes contests that may collect information from children. Most of our website content does not require the provision of information in order to view or it.
For contests, including the Constitution Bee, we require certain information regarding the child for participation and submission of original material from the child. We require parental consent during the entry process and a parent email address (to notify the parent where required by law). We contact only the parent for additional information for prize-fulfillment purposes when the child wins the contest.
In the event we discover we have collected information from a child in a manner inconsistent with this Privacy Policy, we will either delete the information or seek the parent’s consent for that collection.
How We Use Your Information
In the Constitution may use your information to:
•process and respond to inquiries and for the purposes for which you provided the information, such as processing donations, and delivering ordered publications;
•alert you to new educational programs and services; and
•update you about cases, research reports, or other activities.
Protecting Your Information
In the Constitution has taken certain physical, administrative and technical steps to safeguard information which may include, but are not limited to, password restricted access to personal information and data encryption where applicable.  We take efforts to help ensure the security, integrity and confidentiality of donor information; however, no transmission or electronic storage of information can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.
In the Constitution’s website is hosted by servers in the United States.  Accordingly, if you are located outside of the United States, any data you voluntarily provide to us will be transferred to the United States.  By submitting such data, you consent to its transfer and storage in the United States and its use in accordance with the purposes for which it was originally collected.
You have the right to unsubscribe from our email or other communications at any time.   All such requests should be directed to or via postal mail sent to In the Constitution, 105298 North US Highway 89, Etna, WY 83118 .