SEAACA does not collect personally identifying information about individuals visiting the SEAACA website. Providing personal information to SEAACA on the Web site is strictly voluntary and is the choice of the individual or public to conduct business with SEAACA or receive information from SEAACA.
Use of Links
No Legal Advice
The materials available on this site (the "materials") have been prepared by the SEAACA, its staff and other contributors for informational purposes only, are not legal advice and should not be relied on as such. SEAACA does not guarantee or warrant that the materials are accurate, complete or up-to-date. The materials are general in nature. Laws and procedures change frequently and are subject to differing interpretations. The materials are not intended to substitute for obtaining legal advice from competent, independent, legal counsel. Any information, whether legal or otherwise, presented on this site are solely intended as informational.
Use of Text and Images
This Web site is designed to be accessible to visitors with disabilities, and to comply with federal guidelines concerning accessibility. If an individual needs assistance viewing information on the website, they can contact SEAACA at 562 803-3301 or visit the Animal Care Center at 9777 Seaaca Street, Downey, CA 90241.
Reading or Downloading
SEAACA collects and stores only the following information about an individual-the name of the domain (for example, aol.com) plus the date and time there was access to the site. SEAACA uses the information collected to measure the number of visitors to the different sections of the site, and to make the site more useful to visitors.
Online Profile Updates and Donations
If an individual voluntarily completes the Profile update form and shares personally identifying information, this information will be used only to send newsletters or provide current information about SEAACA. Such information could be about Humane Education or the animals at the Care Center. An individual may always opt-out of receiving future mailings; see the “Opt Out” section below.
Sending SEAACA an Email
An individual also may decide to send personally identifying information, for example, in an electronic mail message containing a question or comment, or by filling out a Web form that provides this information. SEAACA uses personally identifying information from email primarily to respond to questions or requests for information. SEAACA may forward an email to team members for a direct response
If an individual signs up for an email lists, SEAACA will only send information or notices pertaining to that requested.
Kids and Privacy
A responsible adult should work with any child when viewing the SEAACA website.
Opt-Out or Change Contact Information
The SEAACA site provides users the opportunity to opt-in to receiving communications through a special online form. An individual may choose to receive only specific communications or none at all. An individual may also update contact information previously provided through another online form. An individual cannot be removed from the database, but unwanted communication can be stopped. This “opt out” function applies to SEAACA’s e-newsletter.
Questions About Our Policies
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