Privacy Policy

We do not collect any personally identifiable information about you ("PII") (e.g., your name, e-mail or physical address, or telephone number) that DMOZ receives is any PII you choose to include in the submission form if you submit a site for consideration for inclusion in Kodbel DMOZ. When you use or access Kodbel DMOZ, we automatically receive and store certain information from your browser, including your IP address, your browser type, access date and time, the referring Web site address, the Kodbel DMOZ page you requested, and in the case of a search, the specific search terms requested. We use this information for purposes of security, to learn more about how Kodbel DMOZ is used, and to improve the quality and usefulness of the Directory. We do NOT link any of this information with PII, and we do not share this information with any outside companies. We reserve the right to create a retention policy for PII and browser information for our business purposes, including the prevention of fraud and abuse of the Directory.

Special Attention to Children

The Kids and Teens categories link to web sites that have been selected for age-appropriate content by a team of editors. Although Kodbel DMOZ, including the Kids and Teens categories, does not collect personal information except as specifically stated in above section, it links to other companies' and organizations' web sites. It is important to check the privacy policies of these web sites to understand how they may collect or use information. In addition, although these sites were deemed age-appropriate at the time of selection, neither our parent company, nor Kodbel DMOZ, nor its volunteer editors control any third party site, and the content of any site may have changed. If you believe that a site has been incorrectly categorized, please notify Kodbel DMOZ by using the contact us page or click on flag in site details page. The Internet may contain some material that is inappropriate for young audiences. There are a number of ways you can control what your child can see and do online. You may want to consider utilizing filtering software to manage your child's online experience. Please remember that while software filtering tools are a great way to control your child's online experience, there is no substitute for parental involvement online.