Privacy Policy

When a Web site asks for your personal information, it is only right that the site tell you how the information is being used. That’s the rationale behind this Privacy Policy, which lets you know how your personal information is processed and used.

Data is being collected in two ways on this site. One way is by the standard logging of IP addresses and domain names via the Web server, which is hosted and maintained by a third party. This information is stored in standard logfiles, but this information is used only to examine traffic in total; i.e., see how many page views and visitors visit the site in a given amount of time. (This logging is not unique to Spring Training Online: virtually every Web site logs such information in standard logfiles.) This information will not be shared with third parties unless it is necessary to cooperate with law enforcement.

When you answer a survey question or submit other information to Spring Training Online, you’re asked for personal information: name, address, and email address. You may ask why a phone number and address are necessary: they are being used to eliminate redundant registrations and to notify you if you’ve won a contest. The registration information may be used to send notification to you of other Spring Training Online announcements as well. The information may be released to the public in aggregate form, without any personal information that could identify an individual user. Your contact information will not be sold, rented, or given to a third party without your consent.

Any change in this policy will be prominently displayed on the front page of Spring Training Online.

Questions or concerns? Let us know.