Who We Are
Kennolyn, 8400 Glen Haven Rd., Soquel, CA 95073
This is how we handle information we learn about people who visit our website:
Information Collected and Its Use
The information we collect depends on what people do when they visit our site.
If a visitor visits our site to browse or to read or download information.
We collect and store: the name of the domain and host from which visitors access the Internet (for example, aol.com or princeton.edu); the Internet protocol (IP) address of the computer visitors use; the Internet address of the Web site from which visitors arrived at our site; the browser software and operating system visitors use; the date and time visitors access our site; the length of time they spend on our site; the pages they view; the search engines, if any, used by the visitors to our site and the search terms they used; and any sales made during that visit.
We use this information to measure the number of visitors to the different pages of our site, when visitors access the site, how long they stay connected to the site, and the domain and host from which visitors come to visit our site. We use this information in turn to assess the interest or lack of interest of visitors in the various pages of the site in order to help us make our site more useful, and to assess our marketing efforts. We have no set period after which we delete this information.
We may also run display ads on third-party web sites. If a person clicks on one of our ads, Google or Bing will set an advertising cookie (including the DoubleClick cookie) and/or an anonymous identifier. A “cookie” is a file that a web site can place on your computer’s hard drive in order, for example, to collect information about your preferences or activities. The cookie transmits this information back to the web site’s server. An “anonymous identifier” is a random string of characters that is used for the same purposes as a cookie on platforms, including certain mobile devices, where cookie technology is not available. To learn more about cookies, including the DoubleClick cookie, read this.
The Google Display Advertiser Features we use include Demographics and Interest reporting, Remarketing, Google Display Network (GDN) Impression Reporting, the DoubleClick Campaign Manager, and enhanced link attribution.
We use these features to collect information on the gender, age, and general “interests” of the people who clicked on the ad, to the extent such information is available. The type of “interests” data we receive is that the person clicking on the ad is interested in, for example, movies, travel, news, outdoors, etc. We do not pair any gender, age, or interest data with any particular person. So, for example, if Alex Smith clicks on a display ad, is taken to our web site, and then completes a request for information, we will not know anything about Alex’s gender (other than what a name may imply), age, or interests. The information we will receive is anonymous and aggregated.
In other words, the information would be that a certain percent of the people who clicked on an ad were male/female, in a particular age range, and had an interest, for example, in movies, travel, news, outdoors, etc. We use this information to develop a profile of people interested in our summer camp so that we can locate third party web sites on which to advertise who attract people who fit this profile. We have no set period after which we delete this information. Enhanced link attribution simply allows us to better track the use of all the links on a page on our web site.
If you do not want to share this data with Google, you have several options for opting out of interest-based ads. First, you can opt out of interest-based ads by Google through Google’s Ads Settings. To learn about where your opt outs will apply, how to opt out, and what opting out does and doesn’t do, read this. Second, Google has developed a Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on tool that you can download for free and install on your browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer 8+, Safari, Firefox, and Opera). To read more and download the tool, click here. And third, you can use the interest-based ads opt-out tool developed by the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI). You can read more by clicking here.
If a visitor completes an information request on our web site or sends us an email.
We collect personally identifying information from people communicating with us. This information includes name, address, email address, and telephone number. This information is collected directly from the person contacting us, and only to the extent the person volunteers that information. The information provided is up to the person contacting us.
We use this information for marketing within our organization to the potential client, and to track interests so that we may improve our services. We will not otherwise share information collected by the website or by email with other people, unless the collection, use, or dissemination of such information is necessary (i) to protect the security or integrity of our website; (ii) to take precautions against liability; (iii) to respond to judicial process; or (iv) to the extent permitted under other provisions of law, to provide information to law enforcement agencies or for an investigation on a matter related to public safety.
If a visitor clicks on a link to another website.
If a guest responds to an online evaluation of their experience
We intend to send an email to all visitors inviting them to complete an online evaluation of their experience. Such information will include rating our food, accommodations, and facilities, and whether the guest enjoyed and benefited from their stay. Providing this information and name is optional.
We use this information to assess how well the Event Department operated and as the basis for improvement. We do not, and will not, sell or otherwise share this information with other people, unless the collection, use, or dissemination of such information is necessary (i) to protect the security or integrity of our Web site; (ii) to take precautions against liability; (iii) to respond to judicial process; or (iv) to the extent permitted under other provisions of law, to provide information to law enforcement agencies or for an investigation on a matter related to public safety.
Here’s how to contact us.
This Web site is operated by Kennolyn. You may contact us by:
Telephone: 831 479 6714
Mail: Kennolyn, 8400 Glen Haven Rd., Soquel, CA 95073
If you experience technical problems with the operation of the web site, please contact us.
Here’s what you should know about the security of information you provide to us.
We utilize online services provided by hubspot.com to collect the data you provide when requesting information and by CampBrain, LLC and when submitting payments online. We use hubspot to collect the basic contact information (name and email address) you provide to us for marketing purposes and copies of email correspondence. We may also notate any interaction such as by phone or email we have with you. The information residing on hubspot servers is protected by multiple layers of security. We do not store any financial data on hubspot.com. The Event Department uses CampBrain to collect and store personally identifiable information about you, financial information, program scheduling for your event, food service details. CampBrain also uses various layers of security.
Kennolyn and these vendors hold your information in the strictest of confidence. For more information on hubspot, see hubspot.com. For more information on CampBrain, see CampBrain.com.
Email to and from us may reside on an online server. If you send us an email, you should know that email is not necessarily secure against interception. So, if your communication includes sensitive information like your bank account, credit card, etc., contact us by telephone or postal mail rather than email.