Privacy Policy

Welcome to the dedicated website for’s Privacy Policy and Student Data Privacy Policy. The LearnBid is referred to as “us,” “we,” “our,” or “” throughout this document.

Additionally, the Privacy Policies are incorporated into the Master Services Agreement and/or the Classroom Editions Terms and Conditions (collectively referred to herein as “Agreement and/or Terms”), and use of’s website signifies your agreement to the terms of one or both of those agreements, to the extent that you are a party to or otherwise enjoy any rights or benefits under those agreements (including the Privacy Policies). By using’s website, even if you are not a party to the Agreement and/or Terms or otherwise do not have any rights or benefits under them, you signify that you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy.

Individuals in the EU are now informed that does not plan to have any customers outside of the United States. However, this privacy statement is meant to adhere to the “General Data Protection Regulation,” or “GDPR,” and to offer the proper protection and consideration for how the GDPR will handle your “personal information” or “personally identifiable information.”

1. Data that you give us and data that we gather

Individual Details works hard to deliver content and services that are specifically catered to your requirements. To do this, we might ask you to sign up or to provide certain personal information, such as when you visit different parts of our Website, enter a contest or sweepstakes, gain access to premium content, sign up for an event, complete surveys, submit content, subscribe to a newsletter, or inquire about our products and services. We only gather personally identifying data from forms that you willingly fill out. You are still welcome to use our website even if you decide not to register or give us your personal information as requested.


In the online world, “cookies” are widely used. The majority of ads and other websites use them. Small text files known as cookies are stored on your computer. They facilitate your use of our Website by remembering your choices while you are there (although we do not save passwords in cookies). Additionally, cookies allow us to learn about your favourite sections, places that can benefit from enhancement, and the Internet technologies and services that our users like. Having access to this data enables us to better serve our users. Cookies that we employ to track information are anonymous and cannot be used to locate or identify a specific User. Cookies may be disabled by users through their browser settings (most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies). However, if you reject cookies, some aspects of our website might not work properly or could work more slowly. You might receive cookies from our sponsors or ads while using our website. Such cookies are not under’s control. However, the Internet sector uses cookies in this manner rather frequently.

IP address

Your computer has a number that has been allocated to it automatically called an IP address. Your computer is immediately recognised by web servers thanks to its IP address. For system management, to give aggregate data to our advertisers, sponsors, and partners, and to audit how our site is used, may gather IP addresses. Our servers log the IP addresses of Users who request Web pages from our services. Normally, we don’t connect IP addresses to any personally identifying information. Thus, while a User’s session will be recorded, we will remain anonymous to the User. When we believe it is essential to enforce compliance with our rules or terms of service, or to safeguard our service, site, clients, or others, we can and will use IP addresses to identify a User. Certain message boards, for example, may display IP addresses with the poster’s User name and message in some sections of our services. Before using any function, please check it to ensure that you are only disclosing information that you are comfortable sharing.

2. Utilization of Personal Data

In addition to the uses listed elsewhere in this privacy statement, we may use your personal information to respond to requests for more information, send you content or information we believe may be of interest to you, market to you through marketing communications, encourage you to use our services, and do so in accordance with your communication preferences; inform you of any changes to our privacy statement. On occasion, may run a unique contest or promotion that is supported by a different business. We might require personal data from you in order for you to be eligible for entry. When we ask for your information, we will let you know if we intend to provide the sponsor access to that information. We may disclose User information in exceptional 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 causing harm to or interference with (either intentionally or unintentionally)’s rights or property, our Users, or anyone else who could be harmed by such activities. The data you give us is not sold by us.

3. independent marketers

The Google AdWords remarketing service is used by this website to display advertisements to past visitors on third-party websites, such as Google. Google employs cookies to deliver advertisements based on previous site visits. This can take the shape of a Google search results page advertisement or a Google Display Network website. Naturally, our Privacy Policy and Google’s Privacy Policy will govern how any data obtained is utilised. To be clear, does not allow third-party advertisements on our Website or in our services or products, with the exception of adding links to specific third-party websites as described in Section 7, Links to Other Sites.

4. Refusing

When registration is required, gives users the option to “opt out” or “opt-in” to receiving notifications about the site, updates to its services, and promotional materials. The capacity of the user to electronically decline further specified types of contact, including but not limited to promotional and general informational emails, is referred to as “opting out.” In order to do this, the user must choose an item from a menu or dialogue box on a website, and they do so at their own free will. The capacity of a user to offer an electronic notification inviting additional defined kinds of interaction, including but not limited to email, is referred to as “opt-in”. This can also be done by choosing an option from a website dialogue box or screen after the user has made that choice. By amending the information on’s “My Settings” link, a User may “opt out” or “opt in” about messages from at any time in the future. However, email sent particularly to a User for the purposes of addressing membership activity, in response to User questions, or to enforce this Privacy Policy will not be affected by the “opt-in” and “opt-out” features.

5. Delete Your Account from Our Communications

By adjusting your communication settings, clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of our emails, or sending us an email at [email protected] or postal mail at 1618 SW 1st Ave, Suite 215, Portland, Oregon, 97201, you can unsubscribe from our marketing communications.

6. Making Use of User Data in Aggregate may provide advertisers, business partners, sponsors, and other third parties with aggregate information about our Users. For instance, we might state that “x”% of our readership is male and “y% is female.” We utilise this data to deliver services that are carefully catered to the demands of our Users by customising our content and advertising. All direct and indirect personal identifiers will be eliminated from de-identified/aggregated data. Names, ID numbers, dates of birth, demographic data, location data, and school IDs are just a few examples. Additionally, promises not to try to re-identify de-identified data and to avoid giving de-identified data to anyone unless they also promise not to try.

7. References to other websites

Links to websites owned, controlled, or managed by third parties may be present in the services and products offered by or may lead you there. As part of a co-branding agreement, you might also see links from sponsors, advertisers, and other partners who use’s logo. has no control over the information on these external websites or any other aspect of them. For instance, clicking on a link to a third-party website mentioned in our material will direct you away from our website. You might receive cookies from unaffiliated websites, which may also gather data or ask you for personal information. We have no influence over the procedures or information found on such websites. The use of any information you provide is subject to the privacy policy of the owner of the website you are visiting once you leave our servers (you can typically determine where you are by looking at the URL in the location bar on your browser). That policy might not match ours. If you can’t access any of these sites’ privacy policies through a link on their homepage, you should get in touch with them directly for more information and proceed totally at your own risk. We especially advise kids to ask their parents, guardians, or teachers before visiting any third-party websites.

8. Information Security

The safety of the personally identifiable information of our Users is of the utmost importance. takes great care to ensure that your information is securely transmitted from your PC to our servers. Unfortunately, there is no way to guarantee that data transfer over the Internet is 100 percent safe. Because of this, makes every effort to protect your personal information, but we cannot promise or warrant the security of any information you communicate to us or through our services. You transmit such information at your own risk. We do our utmost to ensure the security of your transmission after it has reached our systems. We always transfer credit card data using industry-standard SSL (secure socket layer) encryption. You alone can access your account and read the User information related to it if you have one or use another password-protected service. You should not divulge your password to anyone, as per our firm recommendation. Never will ask for your password over the phone or over email if you haven’t requested it. In the end, it is your responsibility to keep your passwords and any other account information private. When you are done with your work, please remember to sign out correctly and close your browser window. This makes it possible for you to protect your personal information in the case that the computer you use is shared with someone else, is open to others, or is used in a public setting like a library or Internet café. Additionally, may occasionally develop and offer extra security elements for its Users at its sole discretion. Only Users are permitted to utilise these security features. makes no stated or implied guarantees that any of these security measures won’t be circumvented, disregarded, or otherwise compromised.

9. Information Security Officer

You can email the designated data protection officer at [email protected] with any inquiries you may have about how we use and protect your personal information.

10. Residents of California Have Special Rights

If you live in California and our business relationship is primarily for personal, family, or household needs, you have the right to request certain limited information about our disclosures (if any) of your personal information to third parties for their direct marketing needs under California Civil Code Section 1798.83 (also known as S.B. 27). Please use the email or postal addresses listed in the Contact Information section to get in touch with us and include “Request for California Privacy Information” in the subject line. Only one request for this kind of information from you per calendar year is permitted. If relevant, we will send you a list of the categories of personally identifiable information we gave to third parties for their direct marketing purposes during the immediately prior calendar year by email or other contact. The names and addresses of those third parties will also be given to you.

11. Accessibility of websites’s policy is to make sure that everyone has a fair chance to take advantage of the knowledge that is made available on its website. Please send us an email at [email protected] or give us a call at 800.580.4640 if you are having problems utilising any of the features on the website or accessing it.

12. Your Assent to These Conditions

You agree to the Privacy Policy by using this website. You are not permitted to use our services if you disagree with this privacy statement. You will be deemed to have accepted any changes to the terms if you continue to use the services after they have been posted.


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1. General Law Compliance

The primary concern of is kid safety. We abide with all relevant laws and rules, such as the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) (COPPA). In relation to our services, will only utilise the information collected for educational reasons. We WILL NOT:

Collecting student contact information without previous parental notification or consent, including a chance for the parent to stop usage of the information and the child’s involvement in the associated activity Online data will only be used to directly reply to a child’s request and will not be used for other reasons without prior parental consent.

collect a student’s personally identifiable offline contact information without getting their parents’ permission first

Use any student data that is gathered for business purposes.

Distribute any student-related personally identifying information to third parties without first getting permission from parents.

Give students the option to publish or otherwise disclose their personal contact information without their parents’ prior permission.

entice any student to give more information than is required in order to engage in the activity by promising them a unique game, prize, or other activity.

2. Guidelines for Young People Under 13

Parents and guardians are encouraged by to spend time online with their kids and take part in the activities we provide through our services. Users under the age of 13 are not permitted to submit or post any information through our services without their parent or legal guardian’s or guardian’s permission. Users under the age of 13 are not currently providing with any personally identifiable data. Children who use login IDs issued by their schools to access’s curriculum will not be required to give any personally identifying information.

We will gather and disperse aggregate, anonymous information like we do with all of our Users.

3. The ability of parents to edit or delete information

By submitting us a written request addressed to Consumer Relations, Attn: Children’s Online Privacy Act – Information Request, 1618 SW 1st Ave, Suite 215, Portland, Oregon 97201, a parent is able to access the data that a kid has provided to us. In order for us to confirm that the writer is the parent of the kid whose information is being requested, the request must include the child’s name, address, password, and any other details. By sending us a written request addressed to Consumer Relations, Attn: Children’s Online Privacy Act – Delete Request, 1618 SW 1st Ave, Suite 215, Portland, Oregon 97201, a parent may also direct us to delete a child’s information at any time as well as direct us to stop collecting any further personal information about the child. However, if such a request is made, it may regrettably prevent the youngster from taking part in some activities.