Privacy

KTTZ-FM wants to ensure that its members feel comfortable and secure in their use of this website. As a demonstration of our commitment to user privacy and security, we have disclosed our privacy policy below. While we make a legitimate effort to ensure your privacy and the security of any information you provide to us, we urge you to remember that online privacy and security begins with you. You use this website and any links from it at your own risk and should exercise caution when disclosing information online.

Financial Information

If you choose to make an online donation to KTTZ-FM, you may be asked for account or credit card billing information, including the name on the donor's card, billing address, and expiration date. All of this information is encrypted using SSL, industry standard secure technology encryption that is designed to protect sensitive information. The account and credit card information that you provide at the time of donation is stored only for the duration of the transaction, typically a few minutes. Once the transaction is processed, the information is overwritten in order to ensure that it will be inaccessible. The account and credit card information that you provide at the time of donation is used only to process donations and will not be disclosed, sold, traded, rented or otherwise revealed to any third party without your consent.

Technical Information

An IP address is a number assigned to your computer automatically when you use the Internet. When you use the KTTZ-FM website, technical information from your PC, such as your IP addresses and browser version, may be communicated to NPR Core Publisher or Kimbia. This information will not be linked to anything that identifies you personally and is not used to track activities that individual users of the site. This information may be used to help KTTZ-FM improve the look and function of this website but will not be collected or aggregated into personal profiles for use or sale.

External Link

The KTTZ-FM site contains links to other sites. These links are provided to help you find information, products or services that are of interest to you. KTTZ-FM, NPR Core Publisher and Kimbia are not responsible for and make no representation regarding the privacy practices or content of these sites. You should check the policy statement of these websites to understand their policies.

Security

We want to provide a safe and secure experience to our site users. NPR Core Publisher and Kimbia, the companies that power portions of our website, use customary and commercially reasonable security measures to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of data under their control. NPR Core Publisher and Kimbia security measures include, but are not limited to, industry-standard Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, Verisign certificates, firewalls, and internal policies to maintain the security of stored data. Access to donation records is granted only to authorized KTTZ-FM personnel. NPR Core Publisher and Kimbia provide unique user names and passwords that must be provided each time an authorized user logs on. These safeguards help prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure appropriate use of donor information and records. Additionally, financial information, including account numbers and credit card billing information, is encrypted with SSL technology during transmission and is not stored beyond the duration of the transaction. This financial information is not accessible to any third party. If your credit card information is stolen and used by a third party, under the Fair Credit Billing Act, your bank cannot hold you liable for more that $50 of fraudulent credit card charges. In the event of unauthorized credit cars use, or if your card is lost or stolen, you must notify your credit card provider immediately in accordance with its reporting rules and procedures.

Statistics

For site management functions, information is collected for analysis and statistical purposes. This information is not reported or used in any manner that would reveal personally identifiable information and will not be released to any outside parties unless legally required to do so in connection with law enforcement investigations or other legal proceedings. We use log analysis tools to create summary statistics, which are used for purposes such as assessing what information is of most interest, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas.