information from them or allow others to do the same through your site. If this is not true for your website or online service and you do collect such
information (or allow others to do so), please be aware that you must be compliant with all COPPA regulations and guidelines in order to avoid violations
which could lead to law enforcement actions, including civil penalties.
not only your practices, but also the practices of any others collecting personal information on your site or service — for example, plug-ins or ad networks;
that you won’t require a child to disclose more information than is reasonably necessary, that they can review their child’s personal information, direct you
to delete it, and refuse to allow any further collection or use of the child’s information, and the procedures to exercise their rights); (iv) give parents “direct
notice” of your information practices before collecting information from their children; and (v) obtain the parents’ “verifiable consent” before collecting, using
or disclosing personal information from a child. For more information on the definition of these terms and how to make sure your website or online service
is fully compliant with COPPA please visit https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/childrens-online-privacy-protection-rule-six-stepcompliance. FormSwift and its subsidiaries are in no way responsible for determining whether or not your company is in fact compliant with COPPA and
California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) Compliance Disclosure : The CCPA is a collection of privacy laws enacted by the California legislature
which is meant to protect Californians’ personal data from being sold or used without their consent. The requirements of the CCPA apply to, among others,
businesses that (i) have a gross annual revenue of at least $25 million dollars; or (ii) buys, receives, or sells personal information of 50,000 or more
Californian consumers, households or devices; or (iii) derives 50% or more of its revenue from the sale of personal information. If your business meets
these requirements or is otherwise based out of California, you must comply with the requirements of the CCPA or risk facing fines, sanctions and civil
penalties. For more information about CCPA and its requirements please visit https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?
bill_id=201720180AB375. Please note that t he CCPA is scheduled to be updated by January 2023 with new requirements and definitions so please be sure