COPPA Sample Clauses

COPPA. If the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998, 15 U.S.C. §6501-6506 (“COPPA”) applies to the Services, you are responsible for obtaining all student and/or parental consent as required by COPPA and must provide verifiable evidence of such consent upon our written request, provided that Impero will provide you with any reasonably requested information necessary to fulfill your obligations in obtaining consent. Where COPPA applies to Impero as part of its provision of the Services to Customer, Impero’s information management practices are attached as Exhibit C. GDPR
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COPPA. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act protects the privacy rights of children under the age of 13. CMP is pleased to offer individualized instruction to students through a variety of technological resources. In some instances, CMP will offer educational websites or applications that utilize personal information of students, such as name, screen name, user name, etc., in order to provide the individualized instruction. A list of such websites and applications may be found on CMP’s website. Additionally, CMP tries to avoid websites and applications that market or sell student personal information. Should such a website or application be utilized for educational purposes, it will be identified on CMP’s website and parents have the right to opt out of student use of such websites and applications. CMP’s website is CMP Code of Conduct The school code of conduct, as well as this document, governs access to and use of technology either owned by CMP or brought onto a CMP campus (i.e. mobile phones/smartwatches). The technologies provided are for students to conduct research, enrich educational experiences, and communicate with others in relation to school work. CMP recognizes the importance of technology and the impact it has on Education. As such, we provide devices for student use. Access to technological services is given to students who agree to act in a considerate and responsible manner. Parent/guardian permission is required. Therefore, based upon the acceptable use guidelines outlined in this document, the system administrator and or staff will deem what is inappropriate use, their decision is final. It is the belief of CMP that responsible use of computers and other technology can facilitate an incredible opportunity for learning. The Internet is an unregulated, worldwide vehicle for communication; information available to staff and students is impossible to completely control. While CMP ensures there are software and policies put in place to protect students and teachers from inappropriate information on the internet, it is the responsibility of the staff and students to make positive choices that will lead to internet safety. CMP maintains a public Web site. Intranet Web pages may be established and maintained by staff with secondary responsibilities given to students who have the skills necessary. All content will be approved by CMP staff before posting. CMP Policy Regarding Wearable Technology and Mobile Phones We understand that mobi...
COPPA. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) restricts the collection, use, or disclosure of Personal Information from and about children under the age of 13 on the internet. Our website and Online Banking Services are not directed to children under the age of 13. Should we receive information (name, address, email, account number, telephone, social security number) from a child known to be under 13, the information will only be used to respond directly to the child, seek parental consent, or provide parental notice. MVB is not responsible for the data collection and use practices of nonaffiliated third parties.
COPPA. To the extent a Party shall be obtaining data directly from students, each Party agrees to comply with all obligations (if applicable) of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (15 U.S.C. §§ 6501–6506).
COPPA. In order for our students to utilize online services, service providers often request the student’s personal information in the form of their name and email address. Under the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), these services must provide parents with notification and obtain parental consent before collecting personal information from children under the age of 13. The law permits Blytheville School District to consent to the collection of personal information on behalf of all its students, thereby eliminating the need for individual parental consent to be given for each website requesting a student’s personal information. This AUP will constitute for our schools to provide a student’s personal information, consisting of his or her first and last name, district email address, and username to the services on file at the District office. Laptop Agreement Blytheville Public School District is pleased and proud to offer our students access to a laptop computer and the Internet. Use of the wireless network will provide students access to numerous software programs and the Internet for educational purposes. Blytheville Public School District believes that using 21st Century tools will improve the educational opportunities for our students. Internet connection at home will be beneficial to students. We have identified Xxxxxx Communications and AT&T as an Internet Service Providers in the area that may provide service to families at a reduced monthly cost. Many local businesses and public locations offer free WiFi access for after-school Internet availability. We hope that you share our excitement of being able to offer the laptop computers as an instructional resource to our students. The impact on teaching and learning will be enormous. Our students will gain access to up to date information and will be able to use this information to enhance learning. In addition, their technology skills will increase and better prepare them for higher education and the workforce. As with any new initiative, there will be constant assessment and necessary changes to make this project work to the maximum benefit of our students. We are committed to that goal. By signing this Agreement, students and parents/guardians agree to follow the Policies and Procedures. Students and parents/guardians are encouraged to read and understand these Policies and Procedures prior to signing this Agreement. Access to the Blytheville Public School District computers and syste...
COPPA. The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) was passed to give parents increased control over what information is collected from their children online and how such information is used. The law applies to websites and services directed to, and which knowingly collect information from, children under the age of 13. The credit union's websites and online services are not directed to children under the age of 13, nor is information knowingly collected from them. For additional information on COPPA protections, link to the Federal Trade Commission's website at xxxx://
COPPA. Protecting the privacy of children is especially important. The Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (“COPPA”) requires that online service providers obtain parental consent before they knowingly collect personally identifiable information online from children in the United States of America who are under 13. Exponea respects the role of parents or guardians in the monitoring of their children’s online activities. Accordingly, Exponea limits its collection of personal information from children to no more than is reasonably necessary to participate in the Services and to improve it going forward. Exponea does not collect any Personal Data from children other than as set out in the Agreement. Exponea reserves the right to refuse to Process data supplied by Customer that is in violation of this Clause 9.2.
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COPPA a. To the extent Publisher makes content available to children under the age of thirteen in the United States, this Section 7.5 shall apply. Publisher represents and warrants that: (i) Publisher will comply with all applicable laws and regulations related to Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 and its rules, as the same may be amended from time to time (collectively, "COPPA"); (ii) except as specifically set forth in a notice described in this section, the Publisher Properties are not directed to children under the age of thirteen and Publisher does not have actual knowledge that the Publisher Properties collect personal information from children under the age of thirteen; and (iii) Publisher shall not collect or pass to Fyber any personal information for any purpose not permitted under COPPA.
COPPA. THE SERVICES IS NOT INTENDED FOR USERS WHO ARE YOUNGER THAN THIRTEEN (13) YEARS OF AGE. You can learn more about our compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”) by reviewing our Privacy Policy
COPPA. You hereby represent and warrant that you have or will provide notice to and obtain consent of parents of students under 18 years old allowing MyQVO to collect information from such students in compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
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