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ClassJump provides a safe, fun, personalized, and informative online community for connecting teachers, students and parents. To uphold this community, ClassJump is committed to safeguarding our users' privacy, especially the privacy of our child users. (For the purposes of this policy a child is a person 12 years of age or younger).
ClassJump is self governing
Since ClassJump provides this service at no charge, there is the potential for abuses of our system. If you see any web page here that it not about education ( we also permit adult education programs to use this service as well ) please report this to us by email. We will regularly go through the content of our site for abuses, but as the site grows and more people participate, the self governing system will be helpful.
You agree that you are responsible for your own use of ClassJump, for any posts you make, and for any consequences thereof. You agree that you will use the Service in compliance with all applicable local, state, national, and international laws, rules and regulations, including any laws regarding the transmission of technical data exported from your country of residence and all United States export control laws. By using this service, you understand that uploading or distributing copyrighted materials without prior consent from the copyright holder is a violation of copyright laws and that you are fully responsible for any consequences of uploading such copyrighted materials.
ClassJump does not monitor the content of of teacher websites and takes no responsibility for such content. Instead, ClassJump merely provides access to such content as a service to you.
Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
About the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
Whether playing, shopping, studying or just surfing, today's kids are taking advantage of all that the Web has to offer. But when it comes to their personal information online, who's in charge? In an effort to put parents in the driver's seat, the Federal Trade Commission has established new rules for Website operators to make sure that kids' privacy is protected while they're online. These rules, which went into effect on April 21, 2000, are part of the 1998 Children's Online Privacy Protection Act. The law requires that Website operators post comprehensive privacy policies on their sites, notify parents about their information practices, and obtain parental consent before collecting any personal information from children under the age of 13 or allowing kids under 13 to publicly post personal information such as on web pages, bulletin boards or chat rooms without their parent's consent. For kids, this means that they will not have free reign of all that the Web has to offer, unless their parent provides consent. Basically, the law was enacted not to restrict Web operators from providing services and capturing useful data, but to restrict kids from releasing information about themselves that could allow a stranger to contact them. For more detailed information on COPPA, please visit: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/online/kidsprivacy.htm
Who collects information?
Information is collected from children on the ClassJump Web site by ClassJump.com, part of Bug Logic. Bug Logic is located at P.O. Box 8147, Asheville, NC 28814. You can email ClassJump regarding the information collection practices of ClassJump at classjump@ClassJump.com.
What kind of personal information is collected and how is it used?
ClassJump strives to be an online resource for teachers, students and parents to share information, achievements, and ideas. We will not collect personal information about teachers, students or any other individuals unless you provide it to us or publicly post it voluntarily and knowingly. Membership is not required for most parts of our site. However, in order to access certain sections within the site such as the Web Page Updater, Student Areas and Class Message Board Forms, you will be asked to provide registration data through an online registration form. The information collected may include you or your child's legal name, address, telephone number, email address, "username," and/or password. Information about your or your child's activities may also be collected on an aggregate (i.e., group) basis, where we will not know or keep track of precisely to whom the information relates. Additional system information we may gather includes time, type of Web browser being used, the operating system/platform, your IP address, the web site from which you link to ClassJump, and CPU speed. We also take note of whether and how you use the information and services that we provide by recording site traffic patterns, user clickstreams and by maintaining log files of users' access to site files. Unlike other web services, ClassJump will not use information collected from teachers, parents or students,, personal and aggregate. Personal information will not be used by ClassJump to contact your child, either by electronic communication or by regular mail. We will not sell or rent anyone's information to third parties at all, ever, under any circumstances. If you or your child has submitted personal information to us and would like to change it or remove it from our records, simply contact us at classjump@ClassJump.com and we will delete the information.
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Cancelation of services
Teacher accounts may can be deleted at any time by sending an email to email@example.com. All of your class data will be erased immediately from the ClassJump server, upon your request. Deleting a student account account is also immediate. If you wish to have a student account removed, please email ClassJump at firstname.lastname@example.org to request that your account be deleted.