This statement discloses JA Worldwide’s privacy practices. Any personal information you provide to JA Worldwide or that we collect from you is maintained and accessible only by JA Worldwide, unless specifically stated otherwise. JA Worldwide may share your information with regional and local Junior Achievement (“JA”) offices. We do not share, sell, or trade your personal information to any organization outside of JA Worldwide corporate offices, JA regional operating centers, or local JA offices.
JA Worldwide may use aggregate data collected to inform our regional and/or local offices of the number of people from their area who are registered users. No personally identifiable information is disclosed in this process; only general information in aggregate form.
JA Worldwide may also use nonspecific, aggregate data to collect general demographic information, measure user interests, and analyze the collective characteristics and behaviors of our registered visitors. The collection of this information allows us to appropriately change, update, and/or service this website in accordance with user trends.
JA Worldwide will not send you an email unless you have requested a specific enewsletter, inquired about a product or program, requested an event notice, signed up for updates, or donated to JA Worldwide. If you have requested specific information, the email address you provide will be used to respond to your inquiry or send you information.
JA Worldwide is not responsible for republished content from this site that appears on other websites or blogs without our permission. All content on this site is copyrighted by JA Worldwide. To request permission to use limited amounts of content from this site, contact JA Worldwide.
JA Worldwide cooperates with and reserves the right to release any and all information to tax collection and tax law enforcement agencies in order to identify users who may owe taxes on earnings from JA Worldwide prize winnings. (U.S. residents who win $600.00 or more combined cash and merchandise prizes in a calendar year must provide their Social Security number in order to receive "1099" forms from JA Worldwide.)
JA Worldwide uses SSL security on any form that requires credit-card or debit-card information. We will never ask for information that could be used in a phishing scheme without the SSL security behind the form.
You may opt out of communications by sending an email and requesting removal from our database, thereby terminating all existing information you registered with JA Worldwide.