The operator collecting or maintaining personal information from Children, or on whose behalf such personal information is collected or maintained, through the Service is Ogment, LLC (“Ogment”). Any inquiries regarding the Service's privacy policies should be directed to:
83 Cambridge Street, Suite 3B
Burlington, MA 01803
Telephone Number: 617-420-2503
E-mail Address: email@example.com
The personal information that may be collected from Children by or on behalf of Ogment includes the following: first and last name; user name; password; web page the user is currently viewing; last web page visited; date and time the user logged on to or accessed the Service; user’s IP address; device properties, including, but not limited to unique device identifier or other device identifier; third-party system information; device software platform and firmware; mobile phone carrier; information logged from a user’s hardware or device; software; hardware; applications; browser information; information related to online usage of the Ogment Service; in-app information; geolocation information; and activity on and progress in connection with the Service, including without limitation assignments assigned and performance on and grades received for such assignments. The Service may, on a limited basis, enable Children to make personal information publicly available to other students in their own class, such as if a Child decides to include personal information in an in-Service classroom submission.
In general, we use the information collected to provide the Service, to help us understand who uses the Service, and for internal operations such as operating and improving the Service.
We may also use the information gathered to perform statistical analysis of user behavior (such as to understand how most users performed on a particular assessment item) or to evaluate and improve the Service. We may link some of this information to personal information for internal purposes or to improve experience with the Service.
We do not disclose personal information collected from Children to third parties other than to persons who provide support for the operations of the Service and who do not use the information for any other purpose, except as follows:
Schools, Districts, and Teachers.
The respective School, District or Child’s Teacher (as agent for such School or District) that provides a Child with access to the Service may have access to information collected from the Child through the Service.
Students and Group Project Members in a Child’s Class.
The Service may enable Children to make personal information publicly available to other students in their own class, such as if a Child decides to include personal information in an in-Service classroom submission. Also, when a Child shares information through the Service, the Child’s avatar and username (which is automatically generated by the Service and typically includes the Child’s first initial and last name and occasionally a number) is available to all other students in that Child’s class. In addition, if, through the Service, a Child is working on a group project with other Children in the class, the other members of the group will see the Child’s work (which may include personal information) on the group project and the collective grade given to the group.
Laws and Legal Rights.
We may disclose personal information collected from Children if we believe in good faith that we are required to do so in order to comply with an applicable statute, regulation, rule or law, a subpoena, a search warrant, a court or regulatory order, or other valid legal process. We may disclose personal information collected from Children in special circumstances when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be violating the Ogment Terms of Service, to detect fraud, for assistance with a delinquent account, or to protect the safety and/or security of our users, the Service or the general public.
Sale of Business.
We do not condition a Child’s participation in an activity on the Child’s disclosure of more personal information than is reasonably necessary to participate in the activity. In addition, the School or District or Teacher (as agent for such School or District) that provides the Child with access to the Service may: (a) consent to the collection and use of the Child’s personal information without consenting to the disclosure of that information to third parties except as necessary to operate the Service; (b) review and have deleted the personal information of the Child; and (c) refuse to permit further collection or use of the Child’s personal information. If you wish to do any of the above, please contact your Child’s School or District or Teacher that provided your Child with access to the Service.
Please note, however, that because the collected information is necessary to provide certain functionality, certain aspects of the Service, products, offerings, features, or resources may not work properly, or at all, if consent is revoked, if a School or District or Teacher (as agent for such School or District) that provides the Child with access to the Service refuses to allow us to further use or collect a Child's information, or if a School or District or Teacher (as agent for such School or District) that provides the Child with access to the Service directs us to delete the information in accordance with the rights described above. However, in these circumstances, it may be possible for us to provide a Child with a generic account from which the Child can continue to use the Service.
If you are a parent of a Child who is using the Service, and you would like to review, have deleted, or refuse to permit further use or collection of your Child’s personal information, please contact your Child’s School or District or Teacher that provided your Child with access to the Service.