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2023 Location Specific Terms

Publish Date: October 26, 2022

  • Stanford University
  • Washington University in St. Louis
  • Vanderbilt University
  • University of Michigan
  • The University of Texas at Dallas
  • California Institute of Technology
  • Northwestern University
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • MIT
  • Southern New Hampshire University
  • The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

STANFORD UNIVERSITY:

Assumption of Risk, Release of Claims, Indemnification, and Hold Harmless Agreement

The parties to this Agreement are the student attending an iD Tech Program at Stanford University (Participant), Participant's parents or legal guardian, if Participant is under 18, (all referred to hereafter jointly and severally as "Participant") and the Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University its officers, trustees, faculty, agents, representatives, volunteers, students, and employees ("Stanford”) for iD Tech Programs held at Stanford University (“Event”) (“Stanford” and “Event” are collectively referred to hereafter as “Released Parties”).

Participant is a voluntary participant in this Event. Participant understands and agrees that Participant voluntarily assumes any and all risks in any way related to their participation in the Program. Participant is a voluntary participant in this Program. Participant understands and agrees that the Program and any related activities may be dangerous, may involve travel off the Stanford campus, either within or outside of the United States, and that neither the Program nor Stanford can guarantee the Participant’s safety. Any activities in which Participant may take part, whether as a component of the Program or separate from it, have been undertaken with Participant's understanding and assumption of any and all risks involved. The specific risks vary from one Program to another, but they may range from minor injuries (e.g., cuts, bruises or sprains) to catastrophic injuries (e.g., paralysis and death). Participant understands that injuries or outcomes may arise from their own or others’ actions, inaction, or negligence; conditions related to any travel or other aspects of participation in the Program; or the condition of the location or premises where the Program is taking place.

Participant understands they may face unique risks when the Program involves travel, and acknowledges that it is Participant’s responsibility to take every precaution to safeguard Participant’s health, safety and security, and the safety and security of their personal belongings and premises.

If any travel is outside of the United States, Participant acknowledges that they have reviewed and understand the advisories for the locations Participant will visit, posted by the United States Department of State, by the United States Centers for Disease Control, and by International SOS posted at https://www.internationalsos.com/member-zone using Stanford membership number 11BCPA000272. In addition, the Participant acknowledges that they have reviewed and understood the general advice and precautions for overseas travel posted by the U.S. Department of Justice. Nonetheless, Participant assumes all related risks whether or not listed above, in relation to their participation in the Program, including travel to, from and during the Program. Physical Condition and Insurance. Participant attests that Participant is physically and mentally capable of participating in the Program and has no known health or other restrictions that might jeopardize Participant’s safety or health or the safety or health of others during their participation in the Program. Participant gives permission for Stanford or its representative to provide immediate and reasonable emergency care should it be required. If Stanford learns that Participant is experiencing serious health problems or has suffered an injury, or is otherwise in a situation that raises significant health and safety concerns, Stanford may contact Participant’s emergency contact and share Participant’s personal information and documents (including health information) with third parties in furtherance of protecting Participant’s health, safety, or security.

Participant agrees to be solely responsible for payment in full of all costs of medical or emergency care they may receive, including without limitation emergency evacuation services.

Photo/Video Release. Participant agrees that Stanford may record, edit, use, reproduce, publish, and distribute by way of any and all media and transmission, the visual and/or audio likeness of Participant and other commentaries, information, and materials the Participant may provide in connection with the Program, which includes, without limitation, Participant’s name, biographical information, recorded voice, likeness, commentaries, presentation materials, and/or performance at the Program. Stanford is further granted permission to use such materials for educational, fund-raising, promotional, or other purposes worldwide and in perpetuity, to the extent permitted by applicable law.

Waiver and Release of Claims. In consideration of being accepted into and/or participating in the Program, Participant agrees to and hereby does, for Participant and on behalf of Participant’s heirs, executors, administrators, employers, agents, representatives, insurers, and attorneys, release and discharge Stanford of and from any and all claims which may arise from any cause whatsoever, including claims arising from any negligent act or omission by Stanford in any way related to participation in the Program. Participant further releases and discharges Stanford from liability for any accident, illness, injury, loss or damage to personal property, or any other consequences or claims or expenses of any kind whatsoever, arising or resulting directly, indirectly or incidentally from Participant's participation in the Program or in any way related thereto.

Indemnification and Hold Harmless. Participant hereby agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Stanford from any and all claims of injury, loss, damages, or liability whatsoever including reasonable attorneys' fees and/or any other associated costs, that may arise as a result of Participant’s participation in the Program. If Stanford incurs any of these types of expenses, Participant agrees to reimburse Stanford. To the extent Participant chooses to enter or remain in a location before or after participation in the Program, engages in activities that are not part of the Program, or chooses voluntarily to end participation in the Program, Participant recognizes and agrees that Stanford shall not be acting as their sponsor. If and to the extent Participant may cause or sustain personal injury or other damage to themselves or others, or damage or loss to their own or others’ property, Participant understands that Stanford will not be held responsible regardless of cause or fault.

Adherence to Standards. Participant understands and agrees to abide by all Stanford policies, rules, and regulations applicable to the Program, including without limitation Stanford’s international travel policy located at https://provost.stanford.edu/2017/03/03/international-travel-policy-2/.

Participant understands and agrees to abide by applicable laws, rules, regulations, and public orders of the country, state or province, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and by all Stanford guidance and policies, rules, and regulations applicable to the Program, including without limitation Stanford’s policies in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic located at: https://healthalerts.stanford.edu/. When traveling outside the United States, Participant is solely responsible for evaluating, understanding, and complying with visa and entry requirements, including COVID entry requirements, and local laws of the destination location(s).

Termination of Participation. Participant understands that, in its sole discretion, Stanford or its representative may terminate, without notice or cause, Participant’s participation at any time, including during the Program. Such termination shall not diminish or otherwise alter Participant’s obligation to make any payment required for the Program, nor shall Stanford be required to make any refund for personal expenses incurred by the Participant.

Program Modification and Cancellation. Stanford reserves the right to cancel or modify the Program before or during its operation for any reason Governing Law and Venue. This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with, and governed by, the laws of the State of California. The parties agree to submit to jurisdiction and venue in the State Courts of Santa Clara County, California.

Construction and Scope of Agreement. This Agreement is the only, sole, entire, and complete agreement of the parties relating in any way to the subject matter hereof. No statements, promises, or representations have been made by any party to any other, or relied upon, and no consideration has been offered or promised, other than as may be expressly provided herein. This Assumption of Risk, Release of Claims, Indemnification, and Hold Harmless and Agreement supersedes any earlier written or oral understandings or agreements between the parties. If any provision of this Agreement is held invalid, the invalidity shall not affect its other provisions.

Participant acknowledges that they have read this Assumption of Risk, Release of Claims and Hold Harmless Agreement, understands its meaning and effect, and agrees to be bound by its terms.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS

Parent/Guardian Approval for Participation

I hereby certify and agree that my child/student has my approval to participate in the iD Tech program (hereinafter "the Activity") to be held at Washington University in St. Louis.

I know the nature of the Activity and My Child's experience and capabilities and consider My Child to be qualified to participate in the Activity. However, I acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury or illness associated with the Activity.

In return for My Child's participation in the Activity: I fully and forever RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE, ACQUIT, INDEMNIFY, HOLD HARMLESS and COVENANT NOT TO SUE, Washington University in St. Louis, including its governing board, officers, employees, students, agents, and volunteers (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Releasees") from any and all liabilities, claims, or injuries, including death, that may be sustained while participating in this activity, including but not limited to travel to, from, and for the activity, or while on premises owned or controlled by Releasees. I understand this release does not apply to injuries caused by intentional or grossly negligent conduct on the part of the Releasees. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless Releasees for any loss, liability, claim or injury caused by me (my child) while participating in this activity including traveling to, from, and for the activity, or while on premises owned or controlled by Releasees.

I recognize that the Releasees do not assume responsibility for or liability for – including costs and attorney’s fees – any accident or injury or damage resulting from any aspect of participation in the Activity. The Releasees are not liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with any aspect of participation in the Activity.

I also give permission for My Child to receive any emergency medical treatment by a healthcare professional, including emergency medical transportation, which may be required for injuries sustained by My Child. However, I agree that the Releasees (including, but not limited to, each of the Releasees' regents, boards, agents, employees, officers, or representatives) are not responsible for any medical bill incurred as a result of any personal illness or injury to My Child, even if a Releasee has signed hospital documentation promising to pay for the treatment. That medical bill is my responsibility.

I understand that agreeing to this document, I give up substantial rights that I or My Child would have otherwise to receive damages for any loss occasioned by Releasees' fault, and I agree to it voluntarily and without inducement.

Important Note to Participants and Custodial Parents and Legal Guardians.By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you confirm that you understand and agree to the full content of the above waiver as documented by the university. The effective date and time of this agreement is equivalent to the date and time you agree to these Terms and Conditions.

THIS IS A WAIVER OF LEGAL RIGHTS. READ AND UNDERSTAND BEFORE REGISTERING.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY:

Parent/Guardian Approval for Participation

I hereby certify and agree that my child/student has my approval to participate in the iD Tech program (hereinafter "the Activity") to be held at Vanderbilt University in Nashville.

I know the nature of the Activity and My Child's experience and capabilities and consider My Child to be qualified to participate in the Activity. However, I acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury or illness associated with the Activity.

In return for My Child's participation in the Activity: I fully and forever RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE, ACQUIT, INDEMNIFY, HOLD HARMLESS, and COVENANT NOT TO SUE, Vanderbilt University in Nashville, including its governing board, officers, employees, students, agents and volunteers (hereinafter collectively referred to as "Releasees") from any and all liabilities, claims, or injuries, including death, that may be sustained while participating in this activity, including but not limited to travel to, from, and for the activity, or while on premises owned or controlled by Releasees. I understand this release does not apply to injuries caused by intentional or grossly negligent conduct on the part of the Releasees. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless Releasees for any loss, liability, claim, or injury caused by me (My Child) while participating in this activity including traveling to, from, and for the activity, or while on premises owned or controlled by Releasees.

I recognize that the Releasees do not assume responsibility for or liability for – including costs and attorneys’ fees – any accident or injury or damage resulting from any aspect of participation in the Activity. The Releasees are not liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with any aspect of participation in the Activity.

I also give permission for My Child to receive any emergency medical treatment by a healthcare professional, including emergency medical transportation, which may be required for injuries sustained by My Child. However, I agree that the Releasees (including, but not limited to, each of the Releasees' regents, boards, agents, employees, officers, or representatives) are not responsible for any medical bill incurred as a result of any personal illness or injury to My Child, even if a Releasee has signed hospital documentation promising to pay for the treatment. That medical bill is my responsibility.

I understand that agreeing to this document, I give up substantial rights that I or My Child would have otherwise to receive damages for any loss occasioned by Releasees' fault, and I agree to it voluntarily and without inducement.

Important Note to Participants and Custodial Parents and Legal Guardians.By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you confirm that you understand and agree to the full content of the above waiver as documented by the university. The effective date and time of this agreement is equivalent to the date and time you agree to these Terms and Conditions.

THIS IS A WAIVER OF LEGAL RIGHTS. READ AND UNDERSTAND BEFORE REGISTERING.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN:

Summer Program Permission Slip / Rules & Regulations

Residence hall rules and regulations with regard to student conduct and the use of facilities are established in compliance with state and federal laws and the University of Michigan Regents’ by-laws. Program registration is predicated upon the understanding and compliance with these rules and regulations. All program participants, students, must abide by our rules and regulations regardless of age. This includes counselors, organizers, and any program personnel residing and visiting in the residence halls. The cooperation of everyone is required if summer programs are to be successful and rewarding for all participants. More information regarding housing at the university can be found at http://housing.umich.edu/conferences/summer-programs.

Important Note to Participants and Custodial Parents and Legal Guardians. By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you confirm that you understand and agree to abide by the full content of the Rules and Regulations as documented by the university. You understand that failure to abide by these rules and regulations may result in various forms of discipline, up to and including immediate dismissal from the program. The effective date and time of this agreement is equivalent to the date and time you agree to these Terms and Conditions.

Thank you for your cooperation.

University of Michigan

PLEASE READ BELOW:

RESIDENCE HALL RULES AND REGULATIONS

CONDUCT

Acts of discrimination or discriminatory harassment based upon an individual’s race, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, handicap, Vietnam-era status, or sexual orientation are a serious violation of University policy and will be dealt with promptly. Sexual harassment is illegal under both state and federal law. In some cases, it may be susceptible to prosecution under the criminal sexual conduct law.

Alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, laser pens, fireworks, explosives, and all weapons are absolutely prohibited in the hall. It is against the law to tamper or misuse building fire alarms or fire-fighting equipment. Tampering with or misuse of elevator alarms, emergency call buttons or calling 911 from a room or elevator telephone, except in an emergency, is against the law. Penalties will be enforced.

Each room will be inspected prior to arrival and before departure and any damages to the room or to University property will be assessed and charged to the program, which may then be assessed to the participant. The room must be left in the same condition as it was during move in. Do not fasten anything to the walls or tamper with window screens. Excessive mess resulting in extra housekeeping hours will result in a charge to the program and may be passed on to the student.

Appropriate behavior is expected at all times. Engaging in sexual contact with another student is a violation of our conduct policy. Leaving the program or residence hall without permission and appropriate supervision is a violation of our conduct policy. Bullying, taunting, or threatening behavior toward other students is a violation of our conduct policy. Excessive noise or rowdiness will not be tolerated. Dangerous behavior, including fighting, is a violation and will not be tolerated. Throwing items out of residence hall windows is a conduct violation.

The use of candles, open flames, explosives, smoke bombs, “snaps,” or fireworks is dangerous and will not be tolerated in the residence halls or at any U-M facility.

WE ARE A SMOKE FREE CAMPUS. SMOKING ON CAMPUS OR IN OUR BUILDINGS IS PROHIBITED.

AGE ELIGIBILITY

All students residing in a University of Michigan residence hall must be ten (10) years of age on or before the start of their program. There are no exceptions to this policy.

MEDICATIONS

All medications prescribed by a doctor must be dispensed by program nurses or counselors. Please fill out the medical forms and bring medications to the attention of the program staff at registration. Housing staff are not authorized to dispense medications.

VISITORS

ALL VISITORS, INCLUDING PARENTS MUST CHECK-IN FIRST WITH THE FRONT DESK WHEN VISITING A STUDENT. Only students and program staff are allowed in the living areas of the building. At no time are students permitted in the living areas to which they are not assigned. Students may only be checked out of the residence hall by a parent/guardian or program staff. Visitors, other than parents, who may be taking the student from the residence hall, must be approved by the parent/guardian during registration.

KEYS AND STUDENT IDENTIFICATION

Students are identified in a variety of ways including room keys and lanyards. Some programs may use wristbands. Any identification specific to the program will be issued along with a room keycard and lanyard at check-in. If the identification is lost, a replacement may be obtained at the front desk or from a staff member. The room keycard and identification should not be loaned to anyone and are not transferable.

MEAL TIMES

You may eat at any time during the hours your program has designated for meals. Students may be asked to show program identification at mealtime. In the case of lost identification, help is always available from dining and program staff. Meal hours will be provided by your program staff and are available from residence hall staff as well. Students are expected to eat meals in their assigned dining facility during their designated meal times. Food allergies should be reported to the program and dining staff prior to the student’s arrival.

MOTOR VEHICLES

Students are not to bring private automobiles or motorcycles to the University. If it is necessary for a student to drive, please discuss permission and parking with the program organizers. The vehicle must be registered and the keys turned in to the program organizers/counselors during the entire program. The University assumes no responsibility for a stored vehicle on University property.

PERSONAL PROPERTY

The University assumes no responsibility for personal property. Please leave valuable electronic items at home. Bring only a small amount of personal expense money with you since the halls do not have any secured storage facilities. You may wish to consult with your insurance company regarding coverage of your personal property while away at the program.

FOR SECURITY, ROOM DOORS ARE TO BE LOCKED AT ALL TIMES.

DAMAGES

Room checks will be conducted by program staff to determine room damages. Any damages caused in the rooms or common areas will be charged to the program. The program may decide to pass along damage expenses to the student.

MAIL

Mail will be distributed to program counselor to give to students. Mail should be addressed as follows:

Student’s Name

Name of the Program

West Quad Residence Hall

541 Thompson Street

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2025

LINENS & ITEMS TO BRING

Students are responsible for bringing their own pillow, XL twin bed sheets or sleeping bag, blanket, towels, and toiletries.

Other recommended items include an alarm clock, a fan and sunblock. Students may bring water or beverages to keep in their rooms. Refrigerators are not available through the Residence Hall.

EARLY DEPARTURES

If a student must leave before the official ending date for the program, a parent or guardian must notify the program organizers and fill out any necessary forms with the program. If the student is being picked up by someone other than the person designated parent/guardian, written permission naming the responsible adult must be placed on the back of the registration card, during registration, prior to the student being released. A signed Early Release form from the program organizer must be turned in upon checking out from the resident hall. Identification is required.

PENALTIES

VIOLATION OF THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS MAY RESULT IN DISCIPLINE, UP TO AND INCLUDING IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL FROM THE PROGRAM AND SUBSEQUENT U-M PROGRAMS.

Students are reminded about proper behavior upon their arrival. Inappropriate behavior will be pointed out and verbal warnings will be given to students by organizers and counselors to correct the behavior. Students who endanger themselves or others, or who continue to commit violations after having been warned, will be sent home. The parent/guardian will be notified and asked to pick up the student immediately.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS

Participant Release and Indemnification Agreement

By agreeing to these terms and conditions I give permission for my child to participate in iD Tech’s camps/academies. I acknowledge that the nature of the camp/conference could possibly expose my child to hazards or risks that could result in illness, personal injury, or death, and I understand and appreciate the nature of such hazards and risks. In consideration of my child being permitted to participate in the camp/conference, I hereby accept all risk to my child’s health and of his/her injury or death that may result from such participation.

I hereby release UT Dallas and its governing board, officers, employees and representatives, in their individual and official capacities, from any liability to my child and their personal representatives, estate, heirs, next of kin, and assigns for any and all claims and causes of action for loss of or damage to my child’s property and for any and all illness or injury to my child, including his/her death, that may result from or occur during their participation in the camp/conference, WHETHER CAUSED BY NEGLIGENCE OF THE INSTITUTION, ITS GOVERNING BOARD, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, OR REPRESENTATIVES, OR OTHERWISE.

I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless UT Dallas and its governing board, officers, employees, and representatives, in their individual and official capacities, from liability for the injury or death of any person(s) and damage to property that may result from my child's negligent or intentional act or omission while participating in the described camp/academy.

I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT AND UNDERSTAND IT TO BE A RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS AND CAUSES OF ACTION FOR MY CHILD’S INJURY OR DEATH OR DAMAGE TO THEIR PROPERTY THAT OCCURS WHILE PARTICIPATING IN THE DESCRIBED CAMP/CONFERENCE, AND IT OBLIGATES ME TO INDEMNIFY THE PARTIES NAMED FOR ANY LIABILITY FOR INJURY OR DEATH OF ANY PERSON AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY CAUSED BY MY CHILD’S NEGLIGENT OR INTENTIONAL ACT OR OMISSION.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Authorization and Release

  1. I am the parent or legal guardian of a minor attending iD Tech Camps. I give my permission for my child to be on the campus of the California Institute of Technology (“Caltech”) as part of the iD Tech Camp on the dates for which I registered. The activities of the iD Tech Camp include computer programming and application design; recreational activities.

  2. I understand that the iD Tech Camp is a separate entity from, and in no way related to, Caltech. I understand that iD Tech Camp has simply contracted with Caltech to hold its camp on the Caltech campus, and that Caltech has no involvement in the camp, including but not limited to, no supervision or teaching of my child. I understand that my child’s participation in iD Tech Camp is completely voluntary. I further understand that there are inherent risks of injury, serious bodily harm, or death associated with the iD Tech Camp. In particular, the risks of iD Tech Camp include but are not limited to, personal physical injury, equipment malfunction and/or failure including, damage to property, actions of other people, and other injuries arising out of or connected with iD Tech Camp. I expressly agree to accept and assume all such risks, including personal injury and death, arising in any way from my child’s participation in iD Tech Camp.

  3. I represent that my child has no physical or mental condition that prevents him/her from participating in iD Tech Camp in a manner that is safe for my child and others, and acknowledge that it is my responsibility to take all appropriate actions in advance of my child’s participation in iD Tech Camp. I further acknowledge and agree that I have the responsibility to consult with my child’s physician to determine if medical conditions exist that would pose a direct threat to my child’s health or safety or the health or safety of others.

  4. In consideration of the benefit my child will receive from participating in iD Tech Camp, I hereby agree, on behalf of my child, myself and on behalf of my child’s and my assignees, descendants, dependents, heirs, next of kin, distributees, parents, guardians, executors, administrators, successors, estate, and legal or personal representatives, to release and discharge and promise not to sue Caltech and any subsidiary or affiliate or government sponsor of Caltech (collectively referred to as “Caltech”), as well as any person acting in his/her capacity as employee, officer, trustee, agent, contractor, or representative of Caltech (collectively referred to as “Released Parties”), from and with respect to any and all claims, demands, actions, suits, causes of action, and liabilities of whatever kind or nature in law, equity or otherwise, that may arise from, are related to, or are in any way connected with iD Tech Camp, including injury, death, damage or loss, whether it results from the negligence of Caltech and/or any other Released Parties, or from any other cause, provided, however, that this does not extend to gross negligence, willful misconduct or a violation of law by Caltech or any other Released Parties. I knowingly and voluntarily waive any and all rights and benefits conferred upon me by the provisions of Section 1542 of the California Civil Code or by any similar law or provision, which Section reads as follows: “A GENERAL RELEASE DOES NOT EXTEND TO CLAIMS WHICH THE CREDITOR DOES NOT KNOW OR SUSPECT TO EXIST IN HIS OR HER FAVOR AT THE TIME OF EXECUTING THE RELEASE, WHICH IF KNOWN BY HIM OR HER MUST HAVE MATERIALLY AFFECTED HIS OR HER SETTLEMENT WITH THE DEBTOR.”

  5. I understand and agree that if a claim, suit, or attachment is brought or sought against me as a result in any way of my child’s participation in iD Tech Camp, I shall not be entitled to any defense or indemnification by Caltech or the Released Parties in connection with such claim, suit, or attachment. I agree to indemnify Caltech and the Released Parties for any and all claims and liabilities against them arising out of or relating to my child’s participation in iD Tech Camp.

  6. In case of an emergency and if I cannot be reached I, the undersigned parent or guardian of the above named child, do hereby consent to any x-ray, anesthetic, medical, or surgical diagnosis or treatment, and hospital care deemed advisable and rendered by any licensed physician or surgeon. This authorization is given in advance of any required care to empower a representative or other official of Caltech or iD Tech Camp to give consent for such treatment as the physician may deem advisable. This authorization is effective unless revoked in writing. I accept full responsibility for any medical expenses incurred as a result of these actions.

  7. I agree that Caltech has the right to make, use, create derivative works, and/or display and photos, video and/or audio tape recordings of my child. I understand that my child may be photographed and/or video or audio taped verbatim and that Caltech may allow persons external to Caltech to view the pictures or recordings in part or in their entirety. I am fully aware and agree that such use of my child’s image may include posting on publicly available internet sites, including Caltech sites and other publicly viewable social media sites. I waive any right that I may have to review or approve of any finished products or the uses to which such products may be applied. I release and discharge Caltech and the Released Parties from any liability to me by virtue of any representation that may occur in the creation or use of said photos and/or video or audio tape recordings.

  8. I represent and warrant that I have the full right, power, and authority to enter into and execute this Release and to grant all rights granted under it. This Agreement shall be governed by, construed, and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California.

I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AUTHORIZATION AND RELEASE AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS. I AM AWARE THAT THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY, AN ASSUMPTION OF RISK, A PROMISE NOT TO SUE OR MAKE CLAIM, AND A PHOTO, VIDEO AND AUDIO RELEASE, AND I ACCEPT THIS OF MY OWN FREE WILL.

Important Note to Participants and Custodial Parents and Legal Guardians. By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you confirm that you understand and agree to the full content of the above waiver as documented by the university. The effective date and time of this agreement is equivalent to the date and time you agree to these Terms and Conditions.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

iD Tech LIABILITY WAIVER AND RELEASE

Please read this form carefully and be aware that in seeking permission from Northwestern University for your child to participate in a Northwestern University event, you will be waiving all claims for injuries you might sustain arising out of your participation. Participation in this event is voluntary and at your own discretion and judgment.

As a participant in the iD Tech Summer Camp for the summer of 2022, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury, and I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages, or loss that I may sustain. Such risks inherent to this event may include: bodily injury.

I do hereby fully release and discharge Northwestern University, its trustees, officers, agents, and employees from any and all claims from injuries, damages, or loss that may accrue to me on account of my participation in the iD Tech Summer Camp.

I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend Northwestern University, its officers, agents and employees from injuries, damages, and loss sustained by me and arising out of, connected with, or in any way associated with my participation in the iD Tech Summer Camp.

I have fully read and understand the foregoing. It is my express intent that this agreement shall bind the members of my family, my heirs and assigns. This agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY

Release, Indemnification, and Hold Harmless Agreement

In consideration for the Attendee being permitted to participate in the iD Tech Program (“Activity”), I do waive and release forever any and all rights for claims and damages I may have against Fairleigh Dickinson University, its trustees, officers, agents, and employees, from and against any and all liability for any harm, injury damage, claims demands, actions, costs, and expenses of any nature which Attendee, whether caused by negligence or carelessness on the part of the Fairleigh Dickinson University, it officers, agents, and employees, or otherwise, while Attendee is in, on, upon, or in transit to or from the premises where the Activity, or any adjunct to the Activity, occurs or is being conducted.

I accept, understand and assume that there is a risk of injury in this Activity, due to the physical nature of the Activity, including but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, and being injured by equipment used in the camp. Attendee agrees to follow all instructions and to wear all necessary, recommended, and appropriate protective gear and equipment.

I understand that this Activity is neither administered nor sponsored by Fairleigh Dickinson University and that iD Tech is providing this instruction or camp outside the scope of his/her employment with Fairleigh Dickinson University. I agree to release, hold harmless, and indemnify Fairleigh Dickinson University, its trustees, officers, agents, and employees from any and all claims and liability arising out of the Activity.

I acknowledge that the foregoing release may include any Camp employee(s) that may also be employees of the University, but the release is not intended to waive any rights I may have against the Camp, or any Camp employee in their role as Camp employee.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT)

I acknowledge that I have read the MITnet Rules of Use (https://ist.mit.edu/network/rules) and understand my obligations as a user of MIT computer services and technology, as a participant in iD Tech Programs. Additionally, I agree to use the MIT computers and the Internet in accordance with applicable laws, with Institute standards of honesty and personal conduct, and in ways that are responsible, mature, and ethical.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

Southern New Hampshire University

Minor Participant Waiver Form

Waiver/Release Information

I understand that participation by my child in the Southern New Hampshire University program named above involves a certain degree of risk. I also understand that participation in the Program is entirely voluntary and requires participants to abide by applicable rules and standards of conduct.

In case of an emergency involving my child, I understand that effort will be made to contact me or the individual listed as the emergency contact person. In the event that neither I nor the emergency contact person can be reached, permission is hereby given to the medical provider selected by those in charge of the Program to secure proper treatment, including hospitalization, anesthesia, surgery, or injections of medication for my child. Medical providers are authorized to disclose protected health information to the supervisors of the Program, and/or any physician or health care provider involved in providing medical care to my child, including examination findings, test results, and treatment provided for purposes of medical evaluation of the participant, follow-up and communication with the me, and/or determination of my child’s ability to continue in the Program activities. I have carefully considered the risk involved and give consent for my child to participate in these activities. I approve the sharing of the information on this form with program administrators and professionals who need to know of medical situations that might require special consideration for the safety of my child.

In consideration for the permission granted by Southern New Hampshire for my child to participate in this Event, on my behalf and on behalf of the child, and each of my and the child’s heirs, executors, and administrators, I hereby waive and release any and all causes of action, claims, suits, damages, and judgments, in any form whatsoever, arising from or by reason of any and all known or unknown, foreseen or unforeseen bodily or personal injuries (including death) or property damage, resulting from the child’s participation in the Event and related activities, against Southern New Hampshire University and their employees, administrators, trustees, volunteers, and agents.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, and intending to be legally bound, I agree to the terms above.

Additional Terms and Conditions For Participants Attending

The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Youth Protection Program: Liability Waiver

Purpose

These terms are to be accepted by each Participant (or the parent/guardian of any Participant under the age of 19) involved in the Program. In consideration for the educational, social, recreational, and other benefits to be provided, the receipt and adequacy of which is acknowledged, Participant agrees as follows.

Liability Release

THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY. Participant knowingly and voluntarily waives, releases, exculpates, and discharges UAB and any related third party entities or contractors from and against any and all Potential Liabilities connected with the Program. By agreeing to these terms, the Participant voluntarily agrees to discharge UAB and any related third party entities or contractors in advance from all such Potential Liabilities.

Indemnification

The Participant agrees to hold harmless and indemnify UAB from and against Potential Liabilities related to or arising from Participant’s involvement in the Program.

Assumption of Risk

The Participant understands and acknowledges that there are risks, including significant risks, inherent in all activities that can result in loss, damages, injury, or death, including, without limitation:

  • Travel/traffic risks such as accidents, crashes, and risks from autos operated by UAB or the Program, as well as autos operated by other individuals or entities, poorly maintained roads, sidewalks, as well as criminal acts that can result in serious injury or death;

  • Premises risks, including those that may be owned by others and risks from water, such as drowning;

  • Injury risks from falls, collisions, or accidents (such as cuts, bruises, torn muscles, sprains, broken bones, concussion, etc.);

  • Outdoor risks, such as weather, lightning, heat or cold, insect bites/stings, allergic reactions to plants, dehydration, hypothermia, drowning, sunburn, animals, and limited access to medical care;

  • Risks from others involved in the Program such as transmitted illnesses or others’ actions;

  • Health risks, such as allergic reactions, heart or respiratory events, as well as other risks inherent in any strenuous activities, including things identified as “injury risks” herein;

  • Equipment risks, including failure, misuse, inherent risks, and risks from UAB or non-UAB equipment;

  • Other risks and hazards beyond the control of UAB, including criminal acts that can result in serious injury or death.

Health Care and Emergencies

UAB does not accept responsibility or liability for providing health care services or health care insurance for Participant. Participant should consult their own medical care provider and warrant their physical fitness to participate in the Program. Participant authorizes UAB to obtain any necessary medical treatment for Participant during the Program. Participant agrees to be responsible for the payment of any fees and charges that may be imposed by any doctor or hospital facility in the provision of medical care to Participant. Further, Participant agrees to indemnify and hold UAB harmless from any claim that may be made by a doctor of medical facility of said fees and charges incurred in the provision of medical care to Participant. The

Participant is required to provide the name(s) and contact number(s) for a parent, guardian, or other party that is a reliable contact in the event of emergencies.

Conduct

Participant agrees, for the duration of the Program, to abide by all applicable federal, state, and local laws as well as the rules and regulations for the Program. Participant also agrees to follow posted signs as well as instructions and directions of University officials and Program directors and supervisory staff.

Photography

Participant acknowledges that photographs and possible videos may be taken and irrevocably and perpetually authorizes UAB to broadcast these images. Participant releases and discharges UAB from any potential claims related to the broadcast or use of their image and any potential claims related to the work. Participant waives any right to inspect or approve the work or the broadcast of their image. This agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with applicable law. This is the entire agreement of the parties, and any changes must be in writing.

Definitions

The following terms have the stated meaning when used in this document:

  • Applicable Law – the laws of the State of Alabama, without regard to conflicts of laws provisions. UAB does not waive, but reserves, all immunities, including Article I, section 14, of the Alabama Constitution. Claims against the University must be made to the State Board of Adjustment. To the extent not barred by immunity, nor required to be filed before the Board of Adjustment, exclusive venue and jurisdiction of all disputes shall lie in the state and federal courts of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

  • Broadcast - to use, reuse, broadcast, publish and/or copyright, in whole or in part, for advertising, promotion, publicity, trade, educational, commercial, merchandising, packaging, public relations and media purposes, in all media, worldwide without limitation, in perpetuity.

  • Image - image, picture, name, biographical information, voice, statements, recordings, or interviews made by or attributable to the person who is appearing in the work, verbatim or otherwise, photographic portraits, drawings, visual representations, video tapes, motions pictures, or other use of likeness in whole or in part, and any reproductions thereof.

  • Participant – the person participating in the Program or any University employee (regular or temporary), 3rd party employee, student, or volunteer working in any capacity to facilitate or support the Program. If the Participant is under age 19 or is under some form of court-ordered guardianship or custodial arrangement, permission and acknowledgement by a parent/guardian is required.

  • Potential Liabilities or Claims – any and all loss, injury, death, claims, actions, suits, proceedings, settlements, damages, costs, fees, and expenses, at law or equity, known and unknown, foreseen and unforeseen, including, but not limited to, attorney fees and costs of litigation, and liabilities arising out of, connected with, or resulting from the Participant’s involvement in the Program, such as medical expenses, other costs, injury, sickness, or death. Additionally, potential claims related to the use of the Participant’s image may refer to any liability, damages (compensatory or punitive), claims, or causes of action whatsoever, including, without limitation, claims for invasion of privacy, defamation of character or any alteration, distortion or illusionary effect, whether intentional or otherwise.

  • Program – iD Tech Camps including all activities incidental or connected therewith, such as housing, dining, training, activities, and transportation. Programs may be held on or off University property and may require transit between two or more locations. The terms of this document will apply regardless of Program location, including to and from the event(s).

  • UAB – The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama at Birmingham (hereinafter referred to as “UAB” or “University”), including The University of Alabama at Birmingham, affiliated foundations, and their respective trustees, officers, employees, agents, representatives, and volunteers.

  • Work – the finished product and any material used in connection therewith.

Parent/Guardian Acknowledgement

THE AGREEING PARENT/GUARDIAN CERTIFIES THAT THEY ARE OVER THE AGE OF 19, HAS READ AND UNDERSTANDS THIS DOCUMENT, UNDERSTANDS THE RISKS, INCLUDING INJURY OR DEATH, ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROGRAM, IS VOLUNTARILY ALLOWING PARTICIPANT TO TAKE PART IN THE PROGRAM, HAS THE RIGHT TO AGREE ON BEHALF OF THE PARTICIPANT, IS AGREEING TO THIS DOCUMENT VOLUNTARILY, ACKNOWLEDGES THAT NO ORAL REPRESENTATIONS, STATEMENTS, OR INDUCEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE SEPARATE AND APART FROM THE TERMS OF THIS DOCUMENT, AND AGREES TO ENTER INTO THE SAME, FULLY INTENDING TO LEGALLY BIND PARTICIPANT, HIS/HER HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, AND ASSIGNS TO THE TERMS OF THIS DOCUMENT.

iD TECH ONLINE
TERMS & CONDITIONS
October 26, 2022

These additional Terms and Conditions are intended to keep students safe and make iD Tech Online programs positive and productive. By purchasing, using, or allowing your student to use any of iD Tech's Online programs, you agree that you and your student will abide by and be bound by these Terms and Conditions, as well as iD Tech’s General Terms and Conditions found HERE.In cases where these Terms and Conditions and iD Tech’s General Terms and Conditions conflict, the terms found herein apply to any iD Tech Online Program or Product.

A.General Information

  1. Multi-lesson packs are intended to be used in full, and unused lessons will not be refunded.
  2. Subscriptions shall renew each month on the date indicated at the time of purchase.
  3. All lessons must be scheduled within one year of purchase. Lessons expire a year from purchase, with no refund.
  4. Fees for Online Private Lessons are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Lessons not used by the expiration date are forfeited and cannot be refunded in full or prorated.
  5. Lessons can be rescheduled for any reason up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson through your My Account. If your student fails to attend a scheduled lesson, the lesson will be deducted from your available sessions. No changes can be made within 24 hours of the lesson start time. A post-lesson progress report will be sent to your email address on file upon completion of each lesson.
  6. Lessons are only available for subjects set out by iD Tech.
  7. Lessons will only be taught in English.
  8. For safety and security reasons, iD Tech will video record every lesson. Parents and guardians may request to have a video deleted by sending an email request toprivacy@idtech.com. If there are multiple students in the lesson from different families, we must retain the video to protect the privacy of the students. Except when legally required, we are not able to provide copies of videos.
  9. Generally, only one student per lesson is allowed. However, iD Tech reserves the right to allow parents to share their lesson link with one other student. All students that participate in the lesson are bound by these Terms and Conditions including our code of conduct.
  10. iD Tech has the right to refuse service.
  11. Lessons are a guidance/tutoring service only. No specific outcomes are promised or guaranteed. iD Tech is not responsible for any specific outcome or lack thereof.
  12. Students taking four or more SAT® preparatory lessons are eligible to receive a $100 refund upon demonstrating a 100 point increase to their SAT® test scores as compared to a prior PSAT® or SAT®. Both the initial test and the follow-up test must be taken within 18 months of the last SAT® preparatory lesson taken. To claim a refund you must complete the form found at this link: SUBMITTAL FORM with the students name, email associated with iD Tech lessons/account, and attach images or scanned copies of the official test score announcements to the submittal form. Only copies or images of the official announcements provided by the official SAT® and PSAT® providers will be accepted and they must include the student’s name (must match the name of the student that took the SAT® private lesson), the scores of the test, and date of the test. iD Tech reserves the right to deny the refund to anyone based on its inability to verify test scores, or to match the student identified in the score announcement to a student that took a SAT® preparatory lesson. iD Tech also reserves the right to end this promotion at any time. Only one refund available per student, and refunds will only be processed once per month so may take up to 60 days from initial submission.

B. Scheduling/Rescheduling Online Private Lessons

  1. You are responsible for scheduling all lessons via your My Account or by contacting 1-888-709-8324.

  2. You can reschedule a lesson through your My Account. All rescheduling must be done with more than 24 hours notice. If sufficient notice is not provided, then the session is treated as a no-show, and the lesson will be deducted from your lesson balance.

II.Small-Group Classes

  1. Missed classes will be forfeited and cannot be made up or refunded.
  2. Fees for Small Group Classes are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
  3. Only students registered for the class may participate.
  4. Classes are only available for subjects set out by iD Tech.
  5. Classes will only be taught in English.
  6. For safety and security reasons, iD Tech will video record every class. Copies of the recording cannot be provided to protect the privacy of the students in the course. Questions should be addressed to privacy@idtech.com.
  7. iD Tech has the right to refuse service.
  8. Small Group Classes are a guidance/tutoring service only. No specific outcomes are promised or guaranteed. iD Tech is not responsible for any specific outcome or lack thereof.
  9. Changes to a class start date, subject, or time can be made either through your My Account, or by calling Customer Service at least 72 hours prior to the start date of the class. Changes cannot be made less than 72 hours prior to the start of a class or once the class has started.

III.Equipment and other Add-Ons

  1. Third party equipment and add-ons may be sold along with Classes or Lessons, but in doing so, iD Tech only acts as a shipper or an intermediary to get the equipment/add-on shipped.
  2. iD Tech does not warrant or guarantee the fitness of any equipment or add-ons purchased, nor is iD Tech liable for any injuries or damages caused by the equipment or add-ons purchased.
  3. Equipment and add-ons can only be delivered to physical addresses within the continental United States (no PO Boxes).
  4. You must contact the manufacturer if any issues arise with the equipment or add-on.
  5. Please ensure that there is at least two weeks of delivery time between add-on/equipment purchase and the date of the first class/lesson that incorporates the equipment or add-on.
  6. Equipment/add-ons are non-returnable and non-refundable.

Applies to iD Tech Programs in the State of Maryland

Parent/Guardian Authorization for Off-Site Walking Trip

The Maryland Department of Health has requested we obtain permission that you have given iD Tech approval of the following sections of our Terms and Conditions.

IMPORTANT POLICIES SECTION

You certify that your student is in good health and able to participate in the program activities. You authorize the program staff to attend to health issues or injuries your student may incur while attending the program. You acknowledge that you will be financially responsible for any medical treatment needed during the duration of the program. You give iD Tech staff members permission to take your son/daughter/ward to places of relevant interest, the swimming pool (where available), guided campus tours, and facilities within walking distance of the program, both on and off campus.

You give permission for your student to go to the places described below during his/her time at iD Tech. You understand that your student will be supervised by staff while on a walking trip.

Occasionally, staff will take students to a location on and off campus to visit a local venue. This might involve going to another building on campus, a campus facility tour, a trip to a park, an outing to a local mall, or going to a movie theater. All events would be within walking distance of the program facilities.

Important Note to Participants and Custodial Parents and Legal Guardians: By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, you confirm that you understand and agree to the full content of the above. The effective date and time of this agreement are equivalent to the date and time you agree to these Terms and Conditions.

COLLEGE PREP: ADVISING SESSION TERMS & CONDITIONS

Publish Date: 10/26/2018

These Terms & Conditions are intended to keep Students safe and make Advising Sessions positive and productive. By purchasing a College Prep: Advising Session you agree that you and your student will abide and be bound by these Terms and Conditions.

I. Code of Conduct

I agree that I have read through, understand, and agree that I and my student will be held to the Code of Conduct set forth below. I also agree that I have reviewed the Code of Conduct with my student(s). I understand that I and my student must act in a way that is in keeping with the Code of Conduct and that my student’s Advising Session can be canceled if either of our actions or attitudes seem to be harmful to the atmosphere, or staff, in the opinion of iD Tech staff. I and my student understand that iD Tech reserves the right to cancel my student’s Advising Session without any prior warning for violating any of the terms of the Code of Conduct. Refunds will not be given if a session is canceled for failure of the student or the parent to abide by the code of conduct. I also acknowledge that upon staff observation of my student during the Advising Session, they may determine that the program is not a suitable and/or productive environment for my student. In this case, iD Tech may cancel the session and no refund will be issued. iD Tech strives to maintain excellent relationships with students. However, in some rare cases, iD Tech Advising Sessions may not be a compatible environment for every student.

Students and Parents/Guardians May NEVER:

  1. engage in or threaten violence;
  2. bully, intimidate, or harass others;
  3. use this service, or materials provided as part of this service for illegal or immoral activity;
  4. use inappropriate language;
  5. share session information with third-parties, without permission from instructor;
  6. impersonate another person;
  7. publicly display session;
  8. sexually harass others;
  9. display pornography or any inappropriate material (including sexual content, inappropriate violence, racism, bullying, etc.) during session; or
  10. personally contact instructors outside of session, without permission from iD Tech as set forth below;


Students and Parents/Guardians MUST:

  1. abide by the rules and regulations of the instructor and iD Tech;
  2. attend session in an appropriate, private setting;
  3. dress appropriately during session;
  4. adhere to the terms of use of any sites used, including following the specified age policies; and
  5. only share material that is related to sessions, and appropriate.


II. General Session Information

  1. I understand that a session is one hour long, and will be provided between August 1st and October 31st from 6am and 9pm Pacific Time.
  2. I can only purchase one advising session per student. Any Session not used by October 31st of the season it was purchased, is forfeit, and cannot be refunded.
  3. Sessions will only cover subjects set out by iD Tech.
  4. Sessions will only be taught in English.
  5. For Safety and Security reasons, iD Tech will video record every session.
  6. Only one student per session is allowed.
  7. I Agree that iD Tech has the right to refuse service.
  8. I understand and agree that this is a guidance service only, no specific outcomes are promised or guaranteed. iD is not responsible for any specific outcome, or lack thereof.
  9. Sessions are only available for students age 13+
  10. Students must have completed all iD Tech courses for the season, before the Advising Session can be held.


III. Scheduling/Rescheduling Session

  1. I am responsible for scheduling the session via the link sent out via email or by contacting 1-888-709-8324.
  2. I can reschedule a session by emailing collegeprep@idtech.com. All rescheduling must be done with more than 24 hours notice. If sufficient notice is not provided, then the session is treated as a no show and credited against your account.
  3. I understand that all sessions are one hour that will be provided between August 1st and October 31st from 6am and 9pm Pacific Time.
  4. Sessions must be pre purchased, and must be scheduled no later than October 15, of the camp season it was purchased.
  5. No refunds will be given for failure to schedule, or once the Session has been purchased.

IV. Contacting Instructor

Students and parents/guardians should also be aware that under no circumstances should students give their personal contact information to staff, nor is staff allowed to give students or parents/guardians their personal contact information without prior permission. Other than during the session, Staff is not permitted to communicate privately with, give out personal contact info to, or become social media friends with students. All contact outside iD Tech programs between students and staff must be arranged by the student’s parent/guardian through the Human Resources Department at iD Tech. Staff may communicate publicly via the iD Tech Alumni Facebook Group. Should you have any questions regarding this policy, please email HR@iDTech.com.

PRIVACY POLICY

Publish Date: October 26, 2022

internalDrive, Inc. (“iD Tech”) respects your privacy and recognizes the importance of your personal information. We are committed to protecting your information through our compliance with this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy applies to all individuals who visit and/or use iD Tech/internalDrive, Inc.'s websites, services, and products that collect data and/or display these terms ("iD Sites & Services"). This Privacy Policy describes the types of information we may collect when you visit an iD Tech website, open an account or receive iD Tech Services and our practices for using, maintaining, protecting and disclosing that information.

All references to "us," "we," or "our" refer to iD Tech/internalDrive, Inc.

All references to "child" or "children" refer to children under the age of 13.

By accessing or otherwise using any of our iD Sites & Services, you consent to the terms contained in this privacy statement, including the collection, use, and disclosure of data as described below.

California Residents: iD Tech’s PRIVACY NOTICE FOR CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS supplements the information contained in this Privacy Policy and applies solely to visitors, users, and others who reside in the State of California.

I. Information We May Ask You To Provide
Through our iD Sites & Services, we collect information about you and/or your student when you choose to provide it to us. For example, we collect information from you so you can use iD Sites & Services, purchase products and services, register for and obtain an account, request information, apply for a job, register for one of our programs, or verify your age. In general, we may ask you to provide us with the following types of information about you and/your student:

  • Contact information such as name, email address, mailing address, phone numbers (note to parents/guardians of children: if we have actual knowledge that a user is under 13 years old, the child will be asked to have their parent or guardian continue the registration process);
  • Month, day, and year of birth;
  • Gender preference;
  • Course interests;
  • Billing information such as credit card number and billing address;
  • User names to third-party systems (for example, Facebook);
  • Information provided on forums or chat rooms within our iD Sites & Services (note to parents/guardians of children: forums and chat rooms permit a child user to enter comments through which the child could provide personal information that would be visible to other users);
  • Information included in résumés and job applications; and
  • Health, any participation limitations or needs, immunization and allergy information.

Note to Parents/Guardians: We only collect the information described above, from someone we know to be a child, after the child's parent or guardian provides us with verifiable consent, unless one of the limited exceptions discussed below applies. For more information and/or to review these limited exceptions, please see the "Our Commitment to Children’s Privacy" section below.

II. Information Collected Automatically

Cookies and other Tracking Technologies

We may use cookies, web beacons, pixel tags, log files, Local Storage Objects, or other technologies to collect certain information about visitors to and users of iD Sites & Services, such as the date and time you visit iD Sites & Services, the areas or pages of iD Sites & Services that you visit, the amount of time you spend viewing or using iD Sites & Services, the number of times you return to iD Sites & Services, other click-stream or usage data, and emails that you open, forward or click through to iD Sites & Services. For example, we may automatically collect certain information, such as the type of web browser and operating system you use, the name of your Internet Service Provider, Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, software version, and the domain name from which you accessed our iD Sites & Services. We use this information to monitor and improve our iD Sites & Services, support the internal operations of our iD Sites & Services, personalize your online experience, verify e-signatures, and for internal analysis.

We do not use cookies or similar technologies to track your activities on non-iD Sites & Services or to serve you advertisements based on your browsing activities on non-iD Sites & Services.

iD Sites & Services do not recognize “Do Not Track” headers or similar mechanisms.

Our Sites & Services may use third-party plug-ins to provide additional services and benefits. These third parties may collect information about you as well. When we use a third-party plug-in we will identify the plug-in and provide a link to the third party’s privacy policy under which the information they collect is identified and controlled.

We may also collect geolocation information from your device so we can customize your experience on our iD Sites & Services. In most cases, you are able to turn off such data collection at any time by accessing the privacy settings of your device and/or through the settings in the applicable GPS application.

Social Media

You also can engage with our content, and other offerings, on or through social media services or other third-party platforms, such as Facebook, or other third-party social media plug-ins, integrations and applications. When you engage with our content on or through social media services or other third-party platforms, plug-ins, integrations or applications, you may allow us to have access to certain information in your profile. This may include your name, email address, photo, gender, birthday, location, an ID associated with the applicable third-party platform or social media account user files, like photos and videos, your list of friends or connections, people you follow and/or who follow you, or your posts or "likes." For a description on how social media services and other third-party platforms, plug-ins, integrations, or applications handle your information, please refer to their respective privacy policies and terms of use, which may permit you to modify your privacy settings.

When we interact with you through our content on third-party websites, applications, integrations or platforms, we may obtain any information regarding your interaction with that content, such as content you have viewed, and information about advertisements within the content you have been shown or may have clicked on.

Information from Third Party Services

We may also obtain other information, including personal information, from third parties and combine that with information we collect through our Websites. For example, we may have access to certain information from a third-party social media or authentication service if you log in to our Services through such a service or otherwise provide us with access to information from the service. Any access that we may have to such information from a third-party social media or authentication service is in accordance with the authorization procedures determined by that service. If you authorize us to connect with a third-party service, we will access and store your name, email address(es), current city, profile picture URL, and other personal information that the third party service makes available to us, and use and disclose it in accordance with this Policy. You should check your privacy settings on these third-party services to understand and change the information sent to us through these services. For example, you can log in to the Services using single sign-in services such as Facebook Connect or an Open ID provider.

III. Your Ability To Control Cookies And Similar Technologies

As noted, we may use cookies or similar technologies to monitor and improve iD Sites & Services, support the internal operations of iD Sites & Services, personalize your online experience, support the e-signature process, and/or for internal analysis. We use these technologies to keep track of how you are using our iD Sites & Services and to remember certain pieces of general information.

You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. Check the “Tools” or “Help” tab on your browser to learn how to change your cookie and other tracking preferences.

If you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to fully experience the functions of iD Sites & Services and/or some of our services will function improperly, in particular the inability to log in or manage items in your shopping cart. We do not share cookie data with any third parties.

IV. How We May Use Your Information
We may use the information we collect from and about you and/or your student for any of the following purposes:

  • Allow you to register yourself or your student with iD Sites & Services, or to otherwise register and open an account with us;
  • Allow you and/or your student to use iD Sites & Services;
  • Fulfill orders, process payments, and prevent transactional fraud;
  • Respond to your or your student’s requests or inquiries;
  • Provide you or your student with information about our products and services;
  • Consider you for employment or a volunteer opportunity;
  • Register you or your student in one of our programs;
  • Verify your student's age;
  • Monitor and improve iD Sites & Services, support the internal operations of iD Sites & Services, personalize your online experience, and for internal analysis;
  • Protect the security or integrity of iD Sites & Services and our business;
  • Facilitate the sale or potential sale of our business or any of our assets; or
  • As required by law.

V. How We Share Information

We do not sell or otherwise share your or your student’s information with any third parties, except for the limited purposes described below. Parents/guardians of children under the age of 13 have the option of consenting to the collection and use of their child's personal information without consenting to the disclosure of that information to certain third parties.

1. Law Enforcement And Safety

We may access, preserve, and/or disclose the information we collect and/or content you and/or your student/child provides to us (including information posted on our forums) to a law enforcement agency or other third parties if required to do so by law or with a good faith belief that such access, preservation, or disclosure is reasonably necessary to: (i) comply with legal process; (ii) enforce the Terms and Conditions of iD Sites & Services; (iii) respond to claims that the content violates the rights of third parties; or (iv) protect the rights, property, or personal safety of the owners or users of iD Sites & Services, a third party, or the general public. We also may disclose information whenever we believe disclosure is necessary to limit our legal liability; to protect or defend our rights or property; or protect the safety, rights, or property of others.

2. Service Providers; Colleges and Universities

Information collected through iD Sites & Services may be transferred, disclosed, or shared with third parties engaged by us to handle and deliver certain activities, such as housing, meals, payment processing, mail/email distribution, software providers, and to perform other technical and processing functions, such as maintaining data integrity, programming operations, user services, or technology services. We may provide these third parties’ information collected as needed to perform their functions, but they are prohibited from using it for other purposes and specifically agree to maintain the confidentiality of such information. Some of these providers, such as payment processors, may request additional information during the course of offering their services. Before you provide additional information to third-party providers, we encourage you to review their privacy policies and information collection practices.

3. Business Transfer

During the normal course of our business, we may sell or purchase assets. If another entity may acquire and/or acquires us or any of our assets, information we have collected about you may be transferred to such entity. In addition, if any bankruptcy or reorganization proceeding is brought by or against us, such information may be considered an asset of ours and may be sold or transferred to third parties. Should a sale or transfer occur, we will use reasonable efforts to try to require that the transferee use personal information provided through our iD Sites & Services in a manner that is consistent with this privacy statement.

VI. Our Commitment To Children’s Privacy

Protecting the privacy of children is paramount. We understand that users and visitors of our iD Sites & Services who are under 13 years of age need special safeguards and privacy protection. It is our intent to fully comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

Our iD Sites & Services are intended for general audiences. We do not knowingly permit anyone under 13 years of age to provide us with personal information without obtaining a parent's or guardian’s verifiable consent, except where:

  • the sole purpose of collecting the name or online contact information of a parent or child is to provide notice and obtain parental consent;
  • the purpose of collecting a parent’s online contact information is to provide voluntary notice to, and subsequently update the parent about, the child’s participation in our iD Sites & Services that do not otherwise collect, use, or disclose childrens' personal information;
  • the sole purpose of collecting online contact information from a child is to respond directly on a one-time basis to a specific request from the child, and where such information is not used to re-contact the child or for any other purpose, is not disclosed, and is deleted by us promptly after responding to the child’s request;
  • the purpose of collecting a child’s and a parent’s online contact information is to respond directly more than once to the child’s specific request, and where such information is not used for any other purpose, disclosed, or combined with any other information collected from the child;
  • the purpose of collecting a child’s and a parent’s name and online contact information, is to protect the safety of a child, and where such information is not used or disclosed for any purpose unrelated to the child’s safety;
  • we collect a persistent identifier and no other personal information and such identifier is used for the sole purpose of providing support for the internal operations of iD Sites & Services; or
  • otherwise permitted or required by law.

If we receive the verifiable consent of a child's parent or guardian to collect, use, and/or disclose the child's information, we will only collect, use, and disclose the information as described in this privacy statement. Some features of our iD Sites & Services permit a child user to enter comments, such as forums and chat rooms, through which the child could provide personal information that would be visible to other users. If you are the parent or guardian of a child user, please advise your child of the risks of posting personal information on this iD Sites & Services or any other site.

VII. Parental/Guardian Rights

If you are a parent or guardian, you can review or have deleted your child's personal information, and refuse to permit further collection or use of your child's information. To exercise any of these rights, please email us atprivacy@iDTech.com or send your request to:

iD Tech ∙ 910 E. Hamilton Avenue, Suite 300 ∙ Campbell, CA 95008
Client Service Toll Free Number: 1-888-709-8324

VIII. Restrictions On Child Users

Children under 13 years of age are prevented from accessing areas of iD Sites & Services which include, but are not restricted to, client account information, unless approved by their parent or guardian and any course content defined as age inappropriate by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB).

IX. Forums And Chats

We may offer forums and chat rooms. Please be aware that anyone may read postings on a forum or in a chat room. Furthermore, any information which is posted to a forum or chat room could include personal information, which would be disclosed and available to all users of that forum or chat room, and is therefore no longer private. We cannot guarantee the security of information that any user discloses or communicates online in public areas such as forums and chat rooms. Those who do so, do so at their own risk. We reserve the right to monitor the content of the forums and chat rooms. If age-inappropriate content or potentially identifiable information is seen, it may be removed or edited by us for security, privacy, and/or legal reasons. We will not republish postings from forums or chat rooms anywhere on the Web.

X. Links And Third Parties

At our discretion, we may include or offer third-party websites, products, and services on iD Sites & Services. These third-party sites, products, and services have separate and independent privacy policies. You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third parties. We have no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of linked sites, products, or services.

Our iD Sites & Services may contain links to other third-party websites, chat rooms, or other resources that we provide for your convenience. These sites are not under our control, and we are not responsible for the content available on other sites. Such links do not imply any endorsement of material on our part and we expressly disclaim all liability with regard to your access to such sites. Access to any other websites linked to from iD Sites & Services is at your own risk.

XI. Legal Basis for processing Personal Data and Your Data Protection Rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (EEA), iD Tech’s legal basis for collecting and using your personal information as described in this policy depends on the personal Data we collect and the context in which we collect it. ID Tech may process your personal data:

  • To provide the services which you requested or purchased;
  • Because you have given us permission to do so;
  • To provide you with better services, including conducting audits and data analysis;
  • For payment processing;
  • For marketing; and
  • To comply with the law

You have certain data protection rights. iD Tech aims to take reasonable steps to allow you to correct, amend, delete or limit the use of your Personal Data.

If you wish to be informed about what Personal Data we hold about you and if you want it to be removed from our systems, please contact us atprivacy@idtech.com.

In certain circumstances, you have the following data protection rights:

  • The right to access, update, or delete the information we have on you. Whenever made possible, you can access, update, or request deletion of your Personal Data directly within your account settings section. If you are unable to perform these actions yourself, please contact us to assist you.
  • The right to have your information corrected if that information is inaccurate or incomplete.
  • The right to object. You have the right to object to our processing of your Personal Data.
  • The right of restriction. You have the right to request that we restrict the processing of your personal information.
  • The right to data portability. You have the right to be provided with a copy of the information we have on you in a structured, machine-readable, and commonly used format.
  • The right to withdraw consent. You also have the right to withdraw your consent at any time where iD Tech relied on your consent to process your personal information.

Please note that we may ask you to verify your identity before responding to such requests.

You have the right to complain to a Data Protection Authority about our collection and use of your Personal Data. For more information, please contact your local data protection authority in the European Economic Area (EEA).

XII. International Visitors(non GDPR Locations)

Our iD Sites & Services are operated and managed on servers located in the United States. If you choose to use our iD Sites & Services from the European Union or other regions of the world with laws governing data collection and uses that differ from the United States, then you recognize and agree that you are transferring your personal information outside of those regions to the United States and you consent to that transfer.

XIII. Data Security Commitment

To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of information, we have put in place reasonable physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect. We also use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol on your account information and registration pages to protect sensitive personal information. Sensitive data is encrypted on our iD Sites & Services and when stored on the servers.

XIV. How You Can Access, Request A Copy, Correct, Or Ask For Information To Be Deleted

Access to certain personal Information that is collected from our Services and that we maintain may be available to you. For example, if you created a password-protected account within our Service, you can access that account to review the information you provided.

You may also send an email or letter to the following email or call the number provided to ask for a copy, correction, or ask us to delete your personal Information. Please include your registration information for such services, such as first name, last name, phone, and email address in the request. We may ask you to provide additional information for identity verification purposes or to verify that you are in possession of an applicable email account.

Email: privacy@iDTech.com

Phone: 1-888-709-8324

XV. How To Contact Us/Opting Out Of Electronic Communications

If you have any questions or concerns about this Privacy Policy or if you have provided your email and/or address and prefer not to receive marketing information, please contact us via email or call at the number provided below. Make sure you provide your name as well as the email(s) and address(es) you wish to have removed.

If you have signed up to receive text messages from us and no longer wish to receive such messages, you may call or email us at the address provided below. Please provide your name, account email, and the number(s) you want removed.

Email: privacy@iDTech.com

Phone: 1-888-709-8324

XVI. Terms And Conditions

Your use of our iD Sites & Services and any information you provide on our iD Sites & Services are subject to the terms of the internalDrive, Inc. (referred to as “iD Tech”) Terms and Conditions.

XVII. Privacy Statement Changes

We will occasionally amend this privacy statement. We reserve the right to change, modify, add, or remove portions of this statement at any time. If we materially change our use of your personal information, we will announce such a change on relevant iD Sites & Services and will also note it in this privacy statement. The effective date of this privacy statement is documented at the beginning of the statement. If you have any questions about our privacy statement, please contact us in writingat privacy@iDTech.com or by mail at 910 E. Hamilton Avenue, Suite 300, Campbell, CA 95008.

XVIII. Your Credit Card Information And Transactions

For your convenience, you may have us bill you or you can pay for your orders by credit card. If you choose to pay by credit card, we will keep your credit card information on file, but we do not display that information at the online registration site. For your security, your credit card security number is not stored in our system.

We use state-of-the-art Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology to safeguard and protect your personal information and transactions over the Internet. Your information, including your credit card information, is encrypted and cannot be read as it travels over the Internet.

XIX. Social Networking Disclaimer

iD Tech provides several opportunities for social networking for both participants and staff on sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube. These sites are not affiliated with iD Tech and offer their own individual social networking services. Please read the following Terms and Conditions carefully, as well as the Terms and Conditions of the sites in which iD Tech has created a forum ("Group"). These Terms and Conditions are a legal agreement between you and iD Tech and apply to you whether you are a visitor to these sites or any site with an official iD Tech affiliation.

iD Tech is a member of several pre-existing sites (as mentioned above). There may be, however, portions ofwww.iDTech.comthat include areas where participants can post submissions. Any of the above-mentioned "Sites" (or other similar sites) have their own distinct rules and regulations. iD Tech reserves the right to take action to remove any content deemed inappropriate by the sites or by iD Tech standards. iD Tech will not be held liable for any loss of content or disagreements that may arise between the individual social networking site and the user.

You understand that by registering for an iD Tech program, your participant(s) may access and upload content to social networking sites. In order to access certain features of the social networking sites or pages on iDTech.com, and to post Member Submissions, the majority of these sites require that the user open an account with them. Please note that these sites have their own individual Terms and Conditions that must be followed. Age requirements are outlined within each Site's Terms and Conditions. You hereby authorize your participant to access social networking sites while at camp and create an account if they choose to do so and if they meet the requirements listed by each site to create an account.

Interaction with other users:

  • iD Tech is merely providing a medium in which to socialize online with fellow participants. Users are solely responsible for interactions (including any disputes) with other Members and any volunteers that may advise and assist participants with projects and activities via your use of the iD Site & Services.
  • You understand that iD Tech does not in any way screen Members or review or police: (i) statements made by Members in their Member Submissions or the Member Submissions in general; or (ii) statements made by Users or any information a User may provide via the iD Site & Services.
  • You understand that your participant(s) is solely responsible for, and will exercise caution, discretion, common sense, and judgment in using the various iD Sites & Services and disclosing personal information to other Members or Users.
  • On behalf of your participant(s), you agree that they will take reasonable precautions in all interactions with other Members, particularly if they decide to meet a Member offline or in person.
  • Your participant's use of the social networking sites with which iD Tech is affiliated, their services, and/or Content and Member Submissions, is at your sole risk and discretion and iD Tech hereby disclaims any and all liability to you or any third party relating thereto.
  • On behalf of your participant(s), you agree that they will not harass, threaten, intimidate, bully, stalk, or invade the privacy of any individual in connection with your use of the social networking sites with which iD Tech is affiliated and their services, whether or not an individual is an iD Tech Member; and you further agree not to advocate such activities or to encourage others to engage in any such activities.
  • On behalf of your participant(s), you agree they will not give their social networking information to an iD Tech staff member.
  • You and your participant(s) should also be aware that under no circumstances are iD Tech employees allowed to give personal contact information for social networking sites. This must be arranged by the participant's parent/guardian through the People Services Department.

XX. Copyright & Intellectual Property Policy:

You agree that you and your participant will not use the social networking sites to offer, display, distribute, transmit, route, provide connections to, or store any material that infringes copyrighted works, trademarks, or service marks or otherwise violates or promotes the violation of the intellectual property rights of any third party. internalDrive, Inc. has adopted and implemented a policy that provides for the termination in appropriate circumstances of the accounts of users who repeatedly infringe or are believed to be or are charged with repeatedly infringing the intellectual property or proprietary rights of others.

XXI. Disclaimer:

BY USING THE SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES OR SUBMITTING A MEMBER SUBMISSION, YOU AGREE THAT INTERNALDRIVE, INC. IS NOT RESPONSIBLE, AND WILL IN NO EVENT BE HELD LIABLE, FOR ANY: (A) LOST, ILLEGIBLE, MISDIRECTED, DAMAGED, OR INCOMPLETE MEMBER SUBMISSIONS; (B) COMPUTER OR NETWORK MALFUNCTION OR ERROR; (C) COMMUNICATION DISRUPTION OR OTHER DISRUPTIONS RELATED TO INTERNET TRAFFIC, A VIRUS, BUG, WORM, OR NON-AUTHORIZED INTERVENTION; OR (D) DAMAGE CAUSED BY A COMPUTER VIRUS OR OTHERWISE FROM YOUR ACCESS TO THE SITE OR SERVICES. THE SITE, SERVICES, INTERNALDRIVE, INC., CONTENT, AND MEMBER SUBMISSIONS ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITH NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. INTERNALDRIVE, INC. AND ITS SUPPLIERS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE SITE, SERVICES, INTERNALDRIVE, INC., CONTENT AND MEMBER SUBMISSIONS, WHETHER THE PROVISION OF SERVICES OR YOUR SUBMISSION OF A MEMBER SUBMISSION WILL PRODUCE ANY LEVEL OF PROFIT OR BUSINESS FOR YOU OR LEAD TO ECONOMIC BENEFIT, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF QUALITY, AVAILABILITY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. IN ADDITION, INTERNALDRIVE, INC. MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY THAT THE SITE OR SERVICES WILL BE ERROR FREE OR THAT ANY ERRORS WILL BE CORRECTED. SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF CERTAIN WARRANTIES. ACCORDINGLY, SOME OF THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

XXII. Indemnification:

You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold iD Tech, its officers, directors, employees, and agents, harmless from and against any claims, liabilities, damages, losses, and expenses, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, arising out of or in any way connected with: (i) your access to or use of social networking sites, their services, iD Tech Content and Member Submissions; (ii) your violation of these Terms of Use; (iii) your violation of any third-party right, including, without limitation, any intellectual property right, publicity, confidentiality, property, or privacy right; or (iv) any claim that one of your Member Submissions caused damage to a third party or infringed or violated any third-party intellectual property right, publicity, confidentiality, property, or privacy right.

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