Nevada Learn the Signs Act Early (NvLTSAE) is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to our websites. This policy defines the minimum online privacy requirements. NvLTSAE may augment this policy with information pertaining to services offered at any time.
Choosing not to participate in an activity or service that requests personal information will in no way effect a visitor’s ability to access any other feature of NvLTSAE website.
If personal information is requested on the web site or volunteered by the user, state law and the federal Privacy Act of 1974 may protect it. However, this information is a public record once it is provided, and may be subject to public inspection and copying if not protected by federal or state law.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 2001
Nevada websites directed to children under 13, that knowingly collect information from children, must comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 2001. However, visitors are cautioned that the state has no way of determining the age of a person volunteering personally identifiable information online or by email. As such, this information will be treated the same as information given by an adult, and may be subject to public access.
User names and passwords or PINs may be required to access an online service offered by NvLTSAE. No representative of NvLTSAE will ever request a user to reveal their username, password or PIN. Under no circumstances should this information be shared with or disclosed to any other person. However, online systems may offer the built-in capability to securely assist users who have lost or forgotten their PIN or password.
Correcting Personal Information
Unless otherwise prohibited by state or federal law, rule or regulation, an individual may request correction of personally identifiable information. Persons concerned about information contained in their personal records should contact the custodian of that record, which is typically the organization that has collected the information
Public Disclosure of Information
It is important to understand that under applicable state and federal law, various forms of correspondence and other communications may be subject to public disclosure.
What is Captured
The NvLTSAE utilizes server logs and log analysis tools to create summary statistics about the use of the portal. These logs collect the Internet Protocol (“IP”) address of all computers accessing the portal, and may collect other similar information about the computer’s network. Summary statistics are used for various purposes such as assessing what information is of most interest to users, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas.
This data 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.
Information provided on NvLTSAE web sites is intended to provide immediate access to public information. While all attempts are made to provide accurate, current and reliable information we recognize the possibility of human and/or mechanical error. Therefore, NvLTSAE its employees, officers, and agencies expressly deny any warranty of the accuracy; reliability or timeliness of any information published by this system and shall not be held liable for any losses caused by reliance upon the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of such information. Any person who relies upon such information obtained from this system does so at his or her own risk.
Internet – Worldwide network of networks and computers that are interconnected to communicate with each other through web pages, e-mail and many other services.
Links – Also known as hyper-links. Used to connect one web page to another web page via some form of Hyper-Text Markup Language, whether graphical or text in nature.
Personal Information – Examples of personally identifiable information include:
Social Security number
Bank account information
Credit/debit card information
Any combination of data that could be used to identify you such as your birth date, zip code, ethnicity or gender.
Portal – A website serving as a common entry point and frequent gateway to information and services.
Web Page – Any page located on a web site
Web Site – Public set of documents, called pages, developed using some form of Hyper-Text Markup Language (HTML).