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The Need for Parental Permission
In compliance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, we must obtain verifiable parental permission before children under 13 are permitted to post information to this web site that would identify themselves. Permission must be obtained before a child can create a home page in Kids' Voices, add an entry in the Friends Database, use the CWD Forums, or sign up for a mailing list. Chat rooms do not use individually identifiable information and therefore do not fall within the requirements of the law.

For parents who have children under the age of 13 and who want to (a) have their child's story included in the Kids' Voices pages or (b) allow their child to use the CWD Forums, you must send a letter with the following text to the address below.


Children with Diabetes, Inc.
8216 Princeton-Glendale Road, PMB 200
West Chester, OH 45069-1675

I hereby give Children with Diabetes, Inc. permission to include information about my child, [fill in your child's name], in the portions of the Children with Diabetes web site that I have checked below

[   ] in the Kids' Voices pages

[   ] in the CWD Forums

I understand that I may revoke this permission at anytime by sending another letter to the address shown above, sending an e-mail to the e-mail address shown above, calling the telephone number shown above, or by sending a fax to the fax number shown above.

[sign your name]
[print your name]
[your address]
[your home phone number]
[your e-mail address]

If you have any questions about parental permission requirements or your privacy at Children with Diabetes, write to:

Children with Diabetes, Inc.
8216 Princeton-Glendale Road, PMB 200
West Chester, OH 45069-1675
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Updated October 7, 2008

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