Wired2fish, Inc. (“Wired”), the owner and operator of Wired2Fish.com, appreciates your trust
and is committed to respecting your privacy and the security of your personal information. Any
information collected at www.wired2fish.com (the “Site”) is used for the express purpose of
Terms of Service for the Site located here , but in the case of any conflict the Terms of Service will govern.
This policy is provided so that you can make educated decisions about the way your information is collected and used by
Wired may collect certain non-personally identifiable information ("Non-personal Data") when
you visit the Site, such as the type of Internet browser you are using (e.g., Firefox, Internet
Explorer), the type of operating system you are using, (e.g., Windows XP, Mac OS or Linux),
the name of your Internet service provider (e.g., America Online, Comcast, etc.), your IP
address, data about the number of your visits to a site operated by Wired and/or data about the
pages you visited.
Wired uses the Non-personal Data to improve the design and content of our sites and to enable
it to improve your future visits to the Site. Non-personal Data will be used by Wired to track site
usage as well as create services and or offer products to fit your needs.
Wired may also ask you for information that tells us specifically who you are (“Personal
Information”), including but not limited to your name, e-mail address, postal address, telephone
number, fax number, age, gender and other similar information. We collect Personal Information
about you when you order products through our Site, participate in any survey if you enter any
promotions or sweepstakes, or in other circumstances such as requests for more information or
from messages sent to Wired.
Wired stores records of your purchasing history to help manage inventory and select the products
Wired collects all information that we need to fulfill an order you place through one of its sites.
This includes Personal Information such as your name, address, zip code, e-mail address and
credit card number. Wired will not use for Personal Information without your permission except
in the circumstances listed in this policy.
Personal Information may also be used to contact you in case you have won a contest, requested
information, or if there is a problem processing your order. It may also be used to compile
statistical information to learn where people who visit our site come from. Wired also uses the
Personal Information you provide about yourself: (1) to respond to questions about Wired or
products offered by Wired; (2) to collect on past-due accounts; (3) to provide you additional
and updated information, materials and other advertisements from Wired; (4) to offer you
other materials and/or information that may be of interest to you; (5) to cooperate with law
enforcement or government agencies or as otherwise required by law; (6) to protect the security
of the Sites; (7) to protect against a threat of safety or destruction of property; and (8) to protect
Wired against legal liability.
Wired knows that you care how information about you is used and shared. Wired is not in the
business of selling customer's e-mail to unrelated third-parties. Wired may, however, use your
email address or physical address to send you special offers through email or regular mail. These
special offers may come from Wired or Wired’s partners. You may unsubscribe from the mailing
list at any time by following the instructions in the message.
Broomball.com owns all Non-Personal Information and Personal Information collected at the
Site and will maintain copies of the Non-Personal Information and Personal Information as part
of its records. The Non-Personal Information and Personal Information may be transferred,
distributed or sold as part of Wired’s assets.
information about children under the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (“COPPA”).
Under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, a “child” is anyone under thirteen (13) years
of age and "personal information" is defined as individually identifiable information, such as a
first and last name; a home or other physical address including street name and city or town; an
e-mail address; a telephone number; a social security number; or persistent identifiers such as
customer or processor serial numbers held in a cookie, where the identifier is associated with
individually identifiable information. Wired normally does not collect personal information as
defined under COPPA from children under the age of thirteen (13). We collect and use only
as much information about a child as necessary, and do not condition use of the sites on the
disclosure of more personal information than is reasonably necessary.
Wired contacts children by e-mail only in response to their requests for information. Wired uses
cookies solely for the purpose of holding information during online sessions (such as tracking
items placed in the shopping cart for purchase with parental consent). If, however, a child
voluntarily discloses personal information, such as a name or e-mail address, on any part of a
site that is accessible to other users, then such information could be collected and disclosed by
others. Wired is not responsible for such collection or disclosure.
Wired requires parental consent before collecting, using, or disclosing certain personal
information from children as required by COPPA. Parental consent must be demonstrated
through use of a valid credit card to create an order from Wired or by contacting Wired. Parents
may review and have their child's personal information deleted from Wired’s records, and
may refuse to permit further collection or use of their child's information by contacting Wired.
Wired’s agent for COPPA information requests is [please fill in agent contact information]
. Parents may consent to our collection and use of their child's personal information without
consenting to the disclosure of that information to others.
Wired treats personal information collected from children in the same manner as it treats any
consent, Wired will not knowingly collect personal information relating to children under
thirteen (13) years of age, and if we learn that we inadvertently collected such information, it will
be promptly deleted.