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Privacy Policy

This privacy policy applies to the website and service owned and operated by Monitored Communications LLC. ["TalkingParents.com" "we" or "us"] located at www.talkingparents.com [the "Site" or “Service”]. This Privacy Policy is designed to tell you how we collect and use certain personal information so you can make an informed decision about using our site. Please read this statement before using our site or submitting any personal information to us. By using our site you consent to the information collection and use practices described herein. You also consent to our Terms of Service, so you should definitely read our Terms of Service.

When you visit TalkingParents.com, some information is automatically collected through the use of log files, such as your computer's Internet Protocol (IP) address, your computer's operating system, the browser type, the address of a referring web site and your activity on the Site. We use this information for purposes such as analyzing trends, administering the Site, improving customer service, diagnosing problems with our servers, tracking user movement, and gathering broad demographic information for aggregate use.

We remind you that no security system is perfect and you should not provide your username or password to anyone. If you think the security of your account has been compromised please contact us immediately at support@talkingparents.com. We also recommend changing your password from time to time to prevent unauthorized access to your account. TalkingParents.com is not responsible for the loss of your personal information due to any breach of our security system.

Our Records of Communication will not include your email address, telephone number, or any other contact information. That is unless you post such information in a message.

TalkingParents.com will not provide your personal information to anyone unless required by law (which may include a valid and legally sufficient subpoena). That said, we do not ask for your exact address, social security number, or bank account information so even if we are required by law to disclose what information we have, there isn’t much at stake.

TalkingParents.com will make complete records of all communications within a case available to both parents at all times. Parents are free to use our records however they like and may provide them directly to lawyers, courts, judges, mediators, counselors, friends, family, complete strangers, or anyone else. TalkingParents.com is not responsible for the unlawful, improper or tasteless distribution or use of our records of communication by users or anyone else. Our records are meant to be used in Court and therefore to possibly become part of the public record. We hope this will encourage our users to act in a mature and professional manner with regard to their communications through our service.

Every user of TalkingParents.com owns their entire record of communications, including all messages posted by the other parent. Every user of TalkingParents.com will have access to their entire record of communications at all times. Every user or former user of TalkingParents.com will have access to an archived copy of their record, pursuant to section 4.3 of our Terms of Service, for as long as TalkingParents.com maintains a copy of that record. TalkingParents.com has an ownership interest in all records created by TalkingParents.com users. We can not and will not sell your record to anyone but we can keep a copy of it forever if we want to. We will not provide your record to anyone unless required by law or according to sections 7.2 and 7.4 of our Terms of Service. Absent a court order, we will never delete a complete record of communications at the request of a user.

We reserve the right to change the provisions of this privacy policy at any time. We will notify you of these changes by posting a revised privacy policy on the site and indicating on the privacy policy the date it was last updated. Your use of the site following the posting of such changes or revised statement shall constitute your consent to any such changes. We encourage you to review our privacy policy occasionally to determine if any changes have been made and to make sure that you understand how any personal information you provide will be used.

May 19, 2014