The story concerned the Federal Trade Commission and their efforts to get internet sites to be more responsible in how they treat personal information collected from children.|
...The operator of Topher's Castle, a non-commercial Site for Everyone featuring cereal-box characters, said he tries not to collect any information about users.|
"We don't collect any personal information, and we do not market to anyone," said Scott Ellis, creator of Topher's Castle. "We ask for e-mail addresses so that we can respond to any questions, comments, and suggestions that we may receive, but we do not maintain any e-mail list. No one receives unsolicited e-mail as a result of writing to us."