WHAT THIS IS SAYING
Here’s what this policy covers: all information that you provide to us and that we collect while you’re using Remind. This policy doesn’t cover 3rd party companies that we don’t control but who help us operate our service. Keep reading, there’s more about this later!
HOW IS CHILDREN’S PERSONAL INFORMATION TREATED?
We have included some information below related to the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (“COPPA”). COPPA requires that online service providers obtain parental consent or provide notice before they knowingly collect personally identifiable information online from children who are under 13 (“under age users”). Pursuant to COPPA, we may collect an underage user’s name (first name and last initial), date of birth, email address and/or telephone number in order to operate and provide the Remind Services, and we may collect the underage user’s parent’s (or legal guardian’s) email address in order to provide notice to parents that we may contact their underage user for the purpose of providing the Services. If Remind does not receive the parent’s email address within a reasonable time period, the underage user will not be able to receive any messages and his/her personally identifiable information will be deleted. If an underage user’s Remind account is inactive for at least twelve months (meaning, the account has not received a message through the Services in that period of time), Remind’s policy is to delete the personally-identifiable information.
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