(1) FTC notice/awareness -- Web sites should be required to provide consumers notice of their information practices, (i.e., what information they collect and how they use it);
(2) FTC choice/consent -- Web sites would be required to offer consumers choices as to how their information is used beyond the purpose for which the information was provided (e.g., to consummate a transaction);
- Should you happen to contact Tattoo Fashions the only information we might happen to collect is your name and email address.
It's not certain that we will collect your name and email -- we may or we may not. It is certain we collect
no other data other than the standard Apache Log files.
(3) FTC access/participation -- Web sites would be required to offer consumers reasonable access to their information and an opportunity to correct inaccuracies;
- Any names and addresses we happen to collect are only added to our newsletter distribution list.
We may email news about the Tattoo Fashions domain on a semi-sporatic basis.
We dream of sending the newsletter once a week, but at the moment send it once a month or less.
(4) FTC security/integrity -- Web sites would be required to take reasonable steps to protect the security and integrity of personal information.
- Since we don't maintain any information other than name and email address there
isn't much information to correct or access. If at anytime, for any reason, someone wishes to not
receive our newsletter they need only ask and their address will be removed from out list.
We only wish to send newsletters to those that want them. Otherwise it's a bother for us and you.
- We do not post or make available in any form our newsletter email list.
Nor do we rent or trade said email list in any form.
The list is maintained for the specific and sole purpose of sending periodic
newsletters about Tattoo Fashions.