Staying Private in a Very Public Era


With online privacy concerns remaining in the forefront of news stories, we at CPT12 have been taking a second look at how we can maintain your privacy with us in every aspect of our interactions with CPT12.

Every one of us at Colorado Public Television values our privacy; after all, we’re private citizens as well and want our information protected just as you do. As any breach would be the last thing we would want to endure ourselves, we’ve taken steps to review our privacy rules and have rededicated our commitment to following the most stringent privacy policies.

On May 25, 2018, new regulations from the European Union, known as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), went into effect. While these regulations are not required in the United States, we believe that stricter privacy standards make sense for everyone. Hence, we will be keeping a close eye on the efficacy of the GDPR so that we can learn more about how we can protect you, our members.

It’s a privilege to serve our Colorado community and we really do work under the notion that we’re all neighbors. Good neighbors help each other whenever possible, and, they respect privacy fences always. With that as a baseline, we are doing everything we can to look out for the members of our CPT12 community.

So where do we start? We start by offering you complete transparency about what we use your information for, and how we protect your information. On our Privacy Policy page, you’ll find a summary of our privacy policies.

As always, we want to hear from you on ways we can continue to improve our service to Colorado, and your experience with CPT12. We welcome your feedback at any time.

Kim Johnson
President & General Manager