5430 Kids’ Tennis Foundation (“Company”) – Privacy Practice Statement

5430 Kids’ Tennis Foundation (“Company”) believes that understanding what our customers want for products, services and information is an important part of building an interesting and useful on-line environment and the applications designed for download and use on mobile or other digital communication devices.  Company wants to contribute to providing a safe and secure environment for you, the individual, whether as a sole individual or acting on behalf of an entity, if you choose to become an interactive participant on this Site and a subscriber to or user of Company’s products and/or services.

You acknowledge because you are accessing and using this Site that you have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions of this Privacy Practice Statement and expressly consent to the practices described herein below.

Company has designed its Site with this belief in mind, and has created this page so that you have easy access to information about Company’s privacy practices.  At any time, however, Company may change its privacy practice and privacy practice statement.  In the event Company does so, Company will post these changes here so that you will always know what information Company will gather, how Company might use that information and whether Company will disclose the information to anyone. Your continued use of this Site constitutes acceptance of these changes. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we are not required to provide you any notice about any changes and you waive the right to receive any notice; and as a result, you are obligated to check this Site frequently for any changes.


Your California Privacy Rights:

California Civil Code Section 1798.83, also known as the "Shine The Light" law, permits our customers who are California residents to request and obtain from us once a year, free of charge, information about the personal information (if any) we disclosed to third parties for direct marketing purposes in the preceding calendar year.  If applicable, this information would include a list of the categories of personal information that was shared and the names and addresses of all third parties with which we shared information in the immediately preceding calendar year.  If you are a California resident and would like to make such a request, please submit your request in writing to:


5430 Kids’ Tennis Foundation (“Company”) – Contact Information

By E-Mail:

By Phone: 720-588-0543

By Mail: Rocky Mountain Tennis Center, Taft Drive, Boulder, CO 80302      



What information does Company collect on-line?

What sort of information will Company not collect?

How does Company use the information it collects?

"Cookies" or Web Beacons — what are they and how does Company use them?

How does Company use e-mail or messages?

What information may Company share with others?

What information will Company not share with others (with special attention to children)?

Choices for your Site interaction?

Security and Retention of Your Personal Information?

How to contact Company with questions or comments?


What information does Company collect on-line?

When you visit Company’s Site and/or subscribe to or access and use Company’s products and/or services, Company asks you to provide information by filling out and submitting an on-line form.  This information may include your name, registration name, account name, registration name, billing address, business or home address, cell phone number, wireless e-mail address, physical location, mailing address, Internet e-mail address and, in the case of service and/or  product transactions that are subject to acceptance of applicable agreements, your credit card number. Company asks for this information so that Company can provide to you your selected products and/or services.  The information is stored in Company’s customer file in a secure environment separate from the Site.  You can always choose whether or not to disclose any or all of the information requested; however, certain information is required for subscribing to or using our services and/or products as recited in applicable agreements.

Company may also occasionally send details about our sales, new products, new services, new partnerships, special offers, market expansion and promotions to the e-mail address you provide. 

Additionally, Company automatically gathers certain usage information like the number and frequency of visitors to the Site or the number and type of customers that access and obtain Company’s product and/or service offerings or apply for Company employment positions. Such information may also include demographic information such as date of birth, age or gender. Company only uses and analyzes such information in the aggregate, not at the individual level, to make improvements to its Sites and to its product, goods and service offerings or employment opportunities.  Therefore, any individual and personal information, such as your name and e-mail address, is not included in this analysis.

Information provided when users establish an account, such as their email address, username, password, and other contact information provided, as well as information they provide in connection with their other digital device account, such as a profile picture.  If a user is a customer, we may also collect their information about how they use and interact with Company, and when they use their digital devices to view product or service offerings and purchase products or services under applicable agreements. 

Information related to a user’s purchase, if applicable, of products and services by using a credit/debit card, billing address, the products and services purchased, and other related transaction information.

Information about a user’s Internet connection, browser, or computer/device, IP address or digital device ID, and information on how they use and interact with digital devices, such as pages, portals, platforms or features they access.

If a user links their social media profiles and accounts on this Site or other digital devices through social media networks (e.g., by clicking a Facebook “like” button), information may made available to, and collected by Company, through those social media profiles and accounts.  In addition, if a user elects to connect their third party devices or third party applications (collectively “Third Party Apps”) to this Site or digital devices in order to utilize certain features, services, platforms and functionalities, we may collect information from such Third Party Apps.

If a user accesses via a mobile device this Site through an application or accesses this Site from other external devices or sources, Company applies these privacy practices to the foregoing.

The user acknowledges that this Site is for the provision of services through a portal on a platform described on the Site and the privacy issues described herein are applicable to users of the Company platform services. 


Information We Collect:

  • We collect the information you give us in order to provide you products and services, inform you about our products and services, to provide you access to particular tools and service, to send you personalized emails or secured messages pertaining to your use of the services and products and to fulfill your product and service requests.
  • Administer your account or registration.
  • We may work with consumer marketing companies to help us better target our services and product communications to you.
  • Statistically analyze user behavior and activity.
  • Conduct research and measurement activity.
  • We do use cookies and other Internet technologies including web beacons, to manage our Site and e-mail programs, and to personalize your interactive experiences.
  • When you access our Site, we will log your IP address in our web server logs.  We also collect related information such as browser type, operating system, and Web pages visited to help manage our Site.


What sort of information will Company not collect?

Unless you provide it, Company will not collect or know your name or e-mail address.  Company does not follow your browsing path outside of the Site. 


"Cookies" or Web Beacons sent from the Site and Our Use of Them.

A cookie is a small file stored on your computer by a Site to give you a unique ID.  Cookies help make it easier for you to use the Site, and they help Company provide you with the information you need — when and where you need it.

A cookie generated by a Site contains no information about you.  It contains only a numeric ID that, for example, allows you to retrieve your information so that you can check on the product or service to which you have access and use.  Company encourages you to update your information periodically so that Company may provide you with the best possible on-line service in connection with your platform services access and use. 

Company also uses web beacons (single-pixel graphic files also known as "transparent GIFs") to access cookies and to count users who visit the Site or open our HTML-formatted email messages.  Another example of information that we automatically collect as you navigate the Site is information about your computer’s connection to the Internet.  This information allows us, among other things, to improve the delivery of our web pages to you and to measure traffic on the Site.

In keeping with Company’s standard policy on customer information, Company analyzes data gathered via cookies and web beacons only in aggregate, not at the individual customer level.


How does Company use the information it collects?

Company may use the information it collects to improve the Site, enhance Company’s product and/or service offerings, bring you new product and/or service offerings and meet your needs related to your use of the Site and/or products and/or services. 

In the end, Company hopes this information will help Company tailor its communications and/or products and/or services to your particular needs so that you receive more of what you want from Company and its products and/or services and less of what you don’t want.  If you access and use Company’s products and/or services and/or visit the Site, Company will periodically supply you with information about Company’s products and/or services.  If you do not wish to receive this information, please e-mail Company at the contact below with instructions to disengage you from the receipt of such information.


How We May Certain Use Personal Information:

  • We use personal information to deliver products/services, or to carry out the transactions you have requested.
  • We use the information collected to send communications to you, such as your transactions status (e.g., agreement confirmations), information about products and services available from Company and its corporate affiliates, promotional offers, and surveys.
  • We use the information to customize, analyze, and improve our products, services (including our Site), technologies, communications and relationship with you.
  • We use the information to enforce our conditions of payment under applicable agreements, Site terms and/or separate contracts (if applicable) with you.
  • We use information to prevent fraud and other prohibited or illegal activities.
  • We use information for transaction fulfillment.
  • We use information to communicate special offers, promotions and information about our products or services.
  • We use information to send newsletters, announcements, reminders and other opportunities.
  • We use your information to send out product or service alerts, product or service pricing change alerts, product or service availability alerts and associated Company information.
  • We use information to administer your account or registration.
  • We use information to provide you access to and use of certain tools and services.
  • We use the information to respond to your inquiries, including personalized emails.
  • We use information to obtain feedback.
  • We use information to statistically analyze user behavior and activity.
  • We use the information to conduct research and measurement activities.
  • We use the information to consider you for employment opportunities.
  • We use the information to administer your account for providing services.
  • We use the information to comply with legal requirements or to respond to legal process; to maintain the security of our products and services; and to protect Company’s proprietary rights and interests.


How does Company use E-mail or Messages?

Company will send one or more e-mails or messages to confirm each account, registration or project service request which you elect, and Company may occasionally use e-mail addresses or messages for promotion of services or products, or other items of interest to our users.  If you receive an e-mail or message from Company that you would rather not receive, please e-mail Company at the contact below with instructions to disengage you from the receipt of such information. Please note that Company does not sell or share e-mail addresses with other companies, except as indicated below.


Company encourages you to e-mail with your questions or comments.  Company reads every e-mail it receives.


What Information may Company Share with Others?

If you provide Company with your name or e-mail address, Company may make these available to other companies who want to tell you about their products.  (If you prefer that Company not share this information, please e-mail Company at the contact below with instructions to disengage you from the receipt of such items.)  In delivering this information, Company may group you with other customers who have bought similar services and/or products, but Company will not provide any personal details about you.

Company may also provide aggregate information (never information about you personally) to Company’s business partners for the purposes of enhancing Company product and/or service offerings to you.


Protecting Personal Information: We understand the importance of ensuring that your personal information is secure and protected. We respect your provision of your personally identifiable data in connection with your use of the Site and your access and use of Company products and services. We use a variety of security technologies and procedures to help protect your personal information from unauthorized access, use, and disclosure.

Your use of the Site and/or access and use of Company products and services is considered your consent to Company’s collection, use and disclosure, as provided herein, of your personal information. However, you shall also be responsible for complying with all applicable data protection and privacy laws when providing such personal data to Company via the Site or as a result of accessing and using Company’s products or services. You acknowledge that email may be an unsecured medium and that data encryption may not be available when transmitted via the Internet and that transmission of such personal information may not be guaranteed by Company and that such personal information may be intercepted, lost or breached before such personal information is imported into Company’s system for processing and storage. Additionally, your personal data will always be available to you for you to review, control, edit, update or delete. You, also, can disable personal data collection capabilities such as cookies. Company may engage in state of the art technical methods and processes to encrypt, verify, process, collect, store, import and export and erase such personal data once imported into the Company’s system, and implement physical security measures for physical data storage employing strict security measures and restrictions with respect to access and use of such personal data.

Company products and services are personalized within a computing environment that enables you to seamlessly roam and access services, preferences and content across a variety of computing and data transmission devices. Rather than residing as a static software program on your device, key components of Company services are cloud-based, and both cloud and local elements of the software associated with the Company services are updated regularly, providing you with the latest improvements and features. In order to provide this computing experience, we collect data about you, your device, and the way you use the Company products and services. You have choices about the personal data we collect and how we use it. Note that if your device is managed by your entity, your entity may use centralized management tools to control device settings, device policies, software updates, data collection by Company or the entity, or other aspects of your device, and in that event, Company shall assume no liability or responsibility for any personal data transmission or content.

Company uses all reasonable and technical availability to adhere to the principles of the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield frameworks that were designed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the European Commission and Swiss Administration, respectively, to provide companies on both sides of the Atlantic with a mechanism to comply with data protection requirements when transferring personal data from the European Union and Switzerland to the United States in support of transatlantic commerce. Further, if your access and use of the Site and/or Company products or services requires the provision of personal data that is subject to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation that goes into effect May 2018, Company shall use all reasonable resources to comply with the requirements recited thereunder and applicable to such personal data.  On July 12, 2016, the European Commission deemed the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework adequate to enable data transfers under EU law and on January 12, 2017, the Swiss Government announced the approval of the Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework as a valid legal mechanism to comply with Swiss requirements when transferring personal data from Switzerland to the United States. The Privacy Shield program is administered by the International Trade Administration (ITA) within the U.S. Department of Commerce to facilitate the Privacy Shield framework in the U.S. and enables U.S.-based organizations to join one or both of the Privacy Shield Frameworks in order to benefit from the adequacy determinations. To join either Privacy Shield Framework, a U.S.-based organization will be required to self-certify to the Department of Commerce (via this website) and publicly commit to comply with the framework’s requirements. While joining the Privacy Shield is voluntary, once an eligible organization makes the public commitment to comply with the Framework’s requirements, the commitment will become enforceable under U.S. law. All organizations interested in self-certifying to the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework or Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework should review the requirements in their entirety. Compliance with the foregoing requires a link to: and the provision of relevant information and compliance with Privacy Shield requirements and remedies. Participation in the foregoing Privacy Shield is subject to the payment of fees.

In the event of a conflict between this privacy practice statement and the terms of any agreement(s) between you and Company, the terms of those agreement(s) will control.XboxXbox

Xbox consoles are hardware devices that you can use to access and play games, movies, music, and other forms of digital entertainment. Xbox Live (including Games for Windows Live) is Microsoft's online gaming and entertainment service and social network. It provides ways for you to connect with your friends on Xbox Live and other gaming and social networks. Xbox services can be accessed from a variety of devices, including Xbox consoles, PCs (including via and the Xbox app), and mobile devices.

We collect data about your use of Xbox services, such as:

  • When you sign in and sign out, the games you play, your game and score statistics, and the purchases you make and content you obtain.
  • Performance data about the Xbox services, your device and your network connection, including any hardware or software errors that occur.
  • If you use the Xbox console with Kinect, data about how you use Kinect. See below for more information about Kinect data collection.

All such data is stored with the Xbox console's unique identifier and associated with your personal data. When your Xbox is connected to the Internet, we identify which console and which version of the Xbox operating system you are currently using.

With your consent, we will collect information about videos you purchase or view through third-party apps on your Xbox console. If you use the Xbox TV app, we collect TV viewing history from your console in a way that doesn't identify you or others.

If you use an Xbox console that includes a storage device (hard drive or memory unit), and if you play offline or have never signed into the services on the console, usage data will be stored on the storage device and sent to Microsoft the next time you sign into the services.

Xbox Live data viewable by other users. Your gamertag (Xbox live nickname), game and score statistics, achievements, presence (whether you're signed into Xbox Live), and other data about your activity on Xbox Live can be seen by other users on Xbox Live or other properties associated with Xbox Live (including those of partner companies). For example, your gamertag and scores that show on game leaderboards are considered public and can't be hidden. For other types of data, you can adjust your privacy settings on the console or at to limit or block the sharing with other users.

Xbox Live data shared with game or app publishers. When you use an Xbox Live-enabled game or app, the publisher or service provider for that game or app has access to data about your usage of Xbox Live and that game or app, and may disclose or display (such as on leaderboards) such data. This data includes, for example, your game scores, data about your game play sessions (for example, types of vehicles used in the game), your presence on Xbox Live, the time you spend playing the game or app, rankings, statistics, gamer profiles, avatars, and other content that you may create or submit within the game or app.

Linking your Xbox Live account to non-Microsoft accounts. Some of the games or apps found on Xbox Live are delivered by partner companies, which may require that you create a non-Microsoft account and sign-in credentials to use that game or app. If you choose to link your Microsoft account with your account with a partner company, Microsoft will share limited account information with that company. Such account information can include name, address, email and date of birth but will not include any credit card or other payment information. For games that enable in-game communications, the game publisher will also have access to the content of in-game communications when you are signed into your account with the publisher.

Kinect. The Kinect sensor is a combination of camera, microphone, and infrared sensor that can enable motions and voice to be used to control gameplay and to navigate through the service. For example:

  • If you choose, the camera can be used to sign you into the service automatically using facial recognition. To do this it takes an image of your face and measures distances between key points to create and store a numeric value that represents only you. This data stays on the console and is not shared with anyone, and you can choose to delete this data from your console at any time.
  • For gameplay, Kinect will map distances between your body's joints to create a stick figure representation of you that helps Kinect enable gameplay. If you are playing online, we collect those numeric values to enable and improve gameplay and the gaming experience. Kinect also detects specific hand gestures intended to do simple system interactions (such as menu navigation, pan/zoom and scroll).
  • For some fitness games, Xbox can use the Kinect sensor to estimate your exercise data, including estimates such as your heart rate during a certain activity or the number of calories burned during a workout.
  • Kinect's microphones enable voice chat between players during gameplay. They also enable voice commands for control of the console, game or app, or to enter search terms. See below for additional details on voice data collection.
  • The Kinect sensor can also be used for audio and video communications through services such as Skype.

To learn more about Kinect, for Xbox 360, see Kinect and Xbox 360 privacy. For Xbox One, see Kinect and Xbox One Privacy.

Captioning. During Xbox real-time chat, players may activate a voice-to-text feature, which allows the user to view the audio in-game chat as text. If a user activates this feature, the other players will have no additional notice. Microsoft uses this data to provide captioning of chat for users who need it. We also use this data to improve our ability to provide the service and other, similar voice-based services.

Communications monitoring. Xbox Live includes communications features such as text-based messaging and online voice chat between players during gameplay. In order to help provide a safe gaming environment and enforce the Microsoft Code of Conduct, we will collect, review, and monitor a sample of these communications, including Xbox Live game chats and party chat communications in live-hosted multiplayer gameplay sessions offered through the services.

Voice data for service improvement. We collect, and use for service improvement, voice search requests or samples of voice commands occurring while using Kinect. These data are stored separately from your Xbox profile.

GameDVR. Any player in a multiplayer game session can use GameDVR to record their view of the gameplay taking place in that session. The recording can capture your in-game character and gamertag in the game clips created by other players in the gameplay session. Note that if a player uses GameDVR on a PC, audio chat may also be captured in a game clip. Microsoft can review game clips for violations of the Microsoft Code of Conduct, even if your game clip sharing setting is set to Block.

Xbox Live Rewards. Xbox Live Rewards, available at, is a program you can join to receive Xbox credits for being active on the services. You must agree to receive promotional communications from the Rewards program as a condition of joining. You sign into Rewards using your Microsoft account, and the program collects personal data including first name, last name, gamertag, and demographic information. The program is hosted and operated by HelloWorld, a Microsoft vendor. The data collected is stored by the vendor on behalf of Microsoft. You can review and edit the personal data you provided to the Rewards program by contacting

Children and online safety. If you have children who use Xbox services, you can set up child accounts for them. Children 17 and younger cannot create an account on Xbox Live without parental consent. Adults in the family can change consent choices and online safety settings for child accounts on


Microsoft Store

Microsoft Store is an online service that allows you to browse, download, purchase, rate, and review applications and other digital content. It includes:

  • Apps and content for Windows devices such as phones, PCs, and tablets,
  • Games and other apps for Xbox consoles, and
  • Products and apps for Office, SharePoint, Exchange, Access and Project (2013 versions or later).

We collect data about how you access and use Microsoft Store; the products you've viewed, purchased, or installed; the preferences you set for viewing apps in Microsoft Store; and any ratings, reviews or problem reports you submit. Your Microsoft account is associated with your ratings and reviews; and if you write a review, the name and picture from your Microsoft account will be published with your review.

Permission for Microsoft Store apps. Many apps you install from Microsoft Store are designed to take advantage of specific hardware and software features of your device. An app's use of certain hardware and software features may give the app or its related service access to your data. For example, a photo editing app might access your device's camera to let you take a new photo or access photos or videos stored on your device for editing, and a restaurant guide might use your location to provide nearby recommendations. Information about the features that an app uses is provided on the app's product description page in Microsoft Store. Many of the features that Microsoft Store apps use can be turned on or off through your device’s privacy settings. In Windows, in many cases, you can choose which apps can use a particular feature. Go to Start > Settings > Privacy. Select the feature (for example, Calendar) and select which app permissions are on or off. The lists of apps in Windows privacy settings that can use hardware and software features will not include "Classic Windows" applications, and these applications are not affected by these settings.

App updates. Unless you have turned off automatic app updates in the relevant Microsoft Store settings, Microsoft Store will automatically check for, download, and install app updates to ensure that you have the latest versions. Updated apps might use different Windows hardware and software features from the previous versions, which could give them access to different data on your device. You will be prompted for consent if an updated app accesses certain features, such as location. You can also review the hardware and software features an app uses by viewing its product description page in Microsoft Store.

Each app's use of your data collected through any of these features is subject to the app developer's privacy policies. If an app available through Microsoft Store collects and uses any of your personal data, the app developer is required to provide a privacy policy, and a link to the privacy policy is available on the app's product description page in Microsoft Store.

Sideloaded apps and developer mode. Developer features such as the "developer mode" setting are intended for development use only. If you enable developer features, your device may become unreliable or unusable, and expose you to security risks. Downloading or otherwise acquiring apps from sources other than Microsoft Store, also known as "sideloading" apps, may make your device and personal data more vulnerable to attack or unexpected use by apps. Windows policies, notifications, permissions and other features intended to help protect your privacy when apps access your data may not function as described in this statement for sideloaded apps or when developer features are enabled.



MSN services include websites and a suite of apps, including MSN News, Weather, Sports, and Money, and previous versions of the apps branded as Bing (together, "MSN Apps"). The MSN Apps are available on various platforms, including Windows, iOS, and Android. MSN services are also included within other Microsoft services, including the Microsoft Edge browser.

When you install MSN Apps, we collect data that tells us if the app was installed properly, the installation date, the app version, and other data about your device such as the operating system and browser. This data is collected on a regular basis to help us determine the number of MSN App users and identify performance issues associated with different app versions, operating systems, and browsers.

We also collect data about how you interact with MSN services, such as usage frequency and articles viewed, to provide you with relevant content. Some MSN services provide an enhanced experience when you sign in with your Microsoft account, including allowing you to customize your interests and favorites. You can manage personalization through MSN and Bing settings, as well as through settings in other Microsoft services that include MSN services. We also use the data we collect to provide you with advertisements that may be of interest to you. You can opt out of interest-based advertising through the advertising links within MSN services, or by visiting Microsoft's opt-out page.

Previous versions of MSN Money allow you to access personal finance information from third-party financial institutions. MSN Money only displays this information and does not store it on our servers. Your log-in credentials used to access your financial information from third parties are encrypted on your device and are not sent to Microsoft. These financial institutions, as well as any other third-party services you access through MSN services, are subject to their own terms and privacy policies.


Groove Music/Movies & TV

Groove Music lets you easily play your music collection, make playlists, buy music and stream custom radio stations. Microsoft Movies & TV allows you to play your video collection, and rent or buy movies and TV episodes. These services were formerly offered as Xbox Music and Video.

To help you discover content that may interest you, Microsoft will collect data about what content you play, the length of play, and the rating you give it. If you sign into Cortana on your device, Microsoft will collect and use data related to the music you play via Groove Music to provide personalized experiences and relevant suggestions.

To enrich your experience when playing content, Groove Music and Movies & TV will display related information about the content you play and the content in your music and video libraries, such as the album title, cover art, song or video title, and other information, where available. To provide this information, Groove Music and Movies & TV send an information request to Microsoft containing standard device data, such as your device IP address, device software version, your regional and language settings, and an identifier for the content.

If you use Groove Music or Movies & TV to access content that has been protected with Microsoft Digital Rights Management (DRM), it may automatically request media usage rights from an online rights server and download and install DRM updates in order to let you play the content. See the DRM information in the Silverlight section of this privacy statement for more information.



Microsoft Silverlight helps you to access and enjoy rich content on the Web. Silverlight enables websites and services to store data on your device. Other Silverlight features involve connecting to Microsoft to obtain updates, or to Microsoft or third-party servers to play protected digital content.

Silverlight Configuration tool. You can make choices about these features in the Silverlight Configuration tool. To access the Silverlight Configuration tool, right click on content that is currently being displayed by Silverlight and select Silverlight. You can also run the Silverlight Configuration tool directly. In Windows, for example, you can access the tool by searching for "Microsoft Silverlight."

Silverlight application storage. Silverlight-based applications can store data files locally on your computer for a variety of purposes, including saving your custom settings, storing large files for graphically intensive features (such as games, maps, and images), and storing content that you create within certain applications. You can turn off or configure application storage in the Silverlight Configuration tool.

Silverlight updates. Silverlight will periodically check a Microsoft server for updates to provide you with the latest features and improvements. A small file containing information about the latest Silverlight version will be downloaded to your computer and compared to your currently installed version. If a newer version is available, it will be downloaded and installed on your computer. You can turn off or configure updates in the Silverlight Configuration tool.

Digital Rights Management. Silverlight uses Microsoft Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology to help protect the rights of content owners. If you access DRM-protected content (such as music or video) with Silverlight, it will request media usage rights from a rights server on the Internet. In order to provide a seamless playback experience, you will not be prompted before Silverlight sends the request to the rights server. When requesting media usage rights, Silverlight will provide the rights server with an ID for the DRM-protected content file and basic data about your device, including data about the DRM components on your device such as their revision and security levels, and a unique identifier for your device.

DRM updates. In some cases, accessing DRM-protected content will require an update to Silverlight or to the DRM components on your device. When you attempt to play content that requires a DRM update, Silverlight will send a request to a Microsoft server containing basic data about your device, including information about the DRM components on your computer such as their revision and security levels, troubleshooting data, and a unique identifier for your device. The Microsoft server uses this identifier to return a unique DRM update for your device, which will then be installed by Silverlight. You can turn off or configure DRM component updates on the Playback tab in the Silverlight Configuration tool.

Company utilizes, if applicable, a payment arrangement and/or service as indicated on the Site (including the checkout page) that is consistent with reasonable industry standards for obtaining and processing payments and engages in practices as recommended by the payment administrator and/or processor. The use of this arrangement and/or service is to facilitate privacy concerns regarding payment information used and processed at this Site or under an applicable product or service agreement.


Disclosing Personal Information:

  • We may share your personal information with corporate affiliates to carry out transactions you request or to make our business or that of our corporate affiliates more responsive to your needs.
  • We may share your personal information with business partners that help Company carry out transactions you request or that help Company to customize, analyze and/or improve our communications or relationship with you, and then only with business partners who share Company's commitment to protecting your personal information. We may also share your information in the event of a merger, reorganization or sale of Company.
  • We may disclose your personal information in connection with law enforcement, fraud prevention, or other legal action as required by law or regulation, or if Company reasonably believes it is necessary to protect Company, its customers or the public or as it relates to any user understandings in connection with this Site or any agreement with Company or to enforce any tangible or intangible property rights and interests or for any other property, health or safety reasons or threats of any person of which we become cognizant as a result of interaction with this Site, including fraud or your identity verification.
  • We employ other parties to carry out certain functions or operations on our behalf, who are authorized to use the information solely for our purposes (e.g., web site developers, analyzing user data).
  • We may share information with Social Networks when users interact with this Site or other digital devices (e.g., clicking the “like” button on Facebook) or Third Party Apps.
  • Except as described above, we will not disclose your personal information to other third parties unless you have provided consent.


What information will Company not share with others?

Company will not share, sell or trade e-mail addresses, which are personal to you, and that are collected as part of a survey, with others.  Except to verify credit card information to complete your registration, service and/or product transaction, where applicable, Company will not use or release to others any credit card or financial information for any purpose.  For privacy purposes, all information relating to our customers is stored on a highly secure server that is not accessible via the Internet.

Third-party web sites, apps or other digital devices are not under our control except to the extent that you use the foregoing to access the Site. The foregoing have their own privacy notices independent of this Site and the privacy practice described herein applies to this Site only when accessed via digital devices.


Special Attention to Children:

Company takes special care to protect the safety and privacy of young people accessing and using our services and/or products.  Company does not specifically collect information about children and believes that children should get their parents’ consent before giving out any personal information.  Company encourages you to participate in and supervise your child’s Internet experience. Specifically, children under age 13 will not be subject to collection or storage of information by us if we know the user to be 13 or younger and more specifically, we do not knowingly collect personal information from or solicit persons under 13 years of age. Users 14- 18 must have parental permission to interact with the Site or digital devices.


How to contact Company with questions or comments:

Company is always happy to answer your questions and listen to your comments, and Company offers several options for you to contact us.

Choices for Your Site Interactions:

  • You may instruct Company to stop sending you certain promotional materials (e.g., e-mail messages, newsletters) by following the unsubscribe instructions provided in our materials; or you can selectively opt out of certain mailings without affecting your use of the Site.
  • Click below to unsubscribe from (opt out of) direct mail, telephone, fax, message or e-mail communications.
  • You may choose to view or edit your personal information that has been stored online by visiting the account section of the Site.  For the security of your account, you will be required to sign in with your login ID and password.
  • You may contact Company to determine the types of personal information that we process and to correct or update your personal information.
  • Note, this Privacy Practice Statement is specific to the United States. Privacy practices vary from country to country, and you will be responsible for knowing local country privacy requirements and compliance therewith. Company shall not be liable for privacy compliance outside the United States.


Security of Your Personal Information and Retention of Your Personal Information:

We take what we believe to be reasonable precautions and have implemented managerial and technical procedures to try to protect the security of data and information, including personal information. However, we cannot guarantee against any loss, misuse, unauthorized disclosure, or alteration or destruction of data or personal information. You provide your personal information to us at your own risk. You acknowledge that: (1) there are security and privacy limitations in computer systems and on the Internet, including any type of digital communication or  mobile devices, which are beyond our control; (2) the security, integrity, and privacy of any and all information and data exchanged between you and us through the Site, including personal information, cannot be guaranteed; and (3) any such information and data, including personal information, may be viewed or tampered with by a third party while such information or data is being used, transmitted, processed, or stored. Where your use of the Site includes the processing of personal data, the foregoing personal data processing, storage and erasure will apply. For the purposes of any agreement in effect, you are the data exporter. Within fourteen (14) days of the date of termination, Company, at your request, we will export or download your data; or in the alternative, delete, destroy and erase all data and confirm such destruction with written confirmation. After the lapse of such thirty (30) days, we will have no further obligation to maintain the data or return any data to you and we will delete, destroy and erase the data.


We keep your personal information only as long as we need it for the purposes for which it was originally collected (or to which you have subsequently consented) or for other legitimate purposes (such as regulatory compliance), or as permitted by applicable law.



Links to Other Websites

We are not responsible for the practices employed by websites linked to or from our Site nor the information or content contained therein. Often links to other websites are provided solely as pointers to information on topics that may be useful to the users of this Site.

Please remember that when you use a link to go from this Site to another website, our privacy practice statement is no longer in effect. Your browsing and interaction on any other website, including websites which have a link on this Site, is subject to that website’s own rules and policies. Please read over those rules and policies before proceeding.


Your Consent

By using this Site you consent to our collection and use of your personal information as described in this privacy practice statement. If we change our privacy policies and procedures, we will post those changes on this Site to keep you aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances we may disclose it.


Consent to United States Law

Please note that your personal information will be stored and processed on our computers in the U.S. or, at our discretion, outside of the U.S. If you access this Site or our products and services from the European Union, Asia, or any other region with laws or regulations governing personal data collection, use, and disclosure that differ from U.S. laws, please be advised that through your continued use of this Site, you are transferring your personal information to the U.S. and you consent to that transfer and this privacy practice statement. Additionally, you understand that your personal information may be processed in countries (including the U.S.) where laws regarding processing personal information may be less stringent than in your country.

You and Company also agree and hereby submit to the exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue of the competent courts in the State of Colorado, county of Boulder or the nearest Federal Court with respect to such matters. Company makes no representation that materials on this Site are appropriate or available for use in other locations, and accessing them from territories where their contents are illegal is prohibited. Those who choose to access this Site from other locations do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with local laws.  You shall adhere to U.S. Export Administration Laws and Regulations, and to International Internet Laws, Rules and Regulations.

The Terms of Use shall serve to supplement this privacy practice statement and is incorporated herein by reference, and in the event of conflict, the terms recited in this privacy practice statement shall prevail.


Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right, at any time, to add to, change, update, or modify this privacy practice statement by posting such change, update, or modification on the Site. Any such change, update, or modification will be effective immediately upon posting on this website. 

CONTACT: Please let us know if you found the above useful with respect to your access and use of the Site. Any questions, clarifications, changes to personal information or opt out needs, or any other concerns regarding this Privacy Practice Statement, please contact:


5430 Kids’ Tennis Foundation (“Company”) – Contact Information

By E-Mail:

By Phone: 720-588-0543

By Mail: Rocky Mountain Tennis Center, Taft Drive, Boulder, CO 80302