Protecting Your Students' Privacy
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- Employees in this context includes past and present employees and independent contractors of BRIM Anti-Bullying Software.
- Non-employee Persons in this context includes Individuals who are Clients, subscribers, job applicants, Internet users who are exposed to the media content of BRIM Anti-Bullying Software and about whom BRIM Anti-Bullying Software collects Personal Information and Student Personal Information.
Purposes for Collection of Personal Information:
As examples of the above:
- BRIM Anti-Bullying Software may from time to time use a Person’s Personal Information to contact the Person about changes, enhancements or similar notices related to BRIM Anti-Bullying Software products and services;
- if a Person indicated that he/she was interested in receiving offers or information from BRIM Anti-Bullying Software or certain of our selected sponsors or advertisers, BRIM Anti-Bullying Software may send the Person materials about products and services that BRIM Anti-Bullying Software feels may be of interest to the Person;and
- if a Person enters a contest or other promotion offered on a BRIM Anti-Bullying Software website, BRIM Anti-Bullying Software may, under the rules of the promotion, use the Person’s name and certain other information to administer the promotion, such as contacting, announcing and promoting the winners of the promotion.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software does not collect information of any kind other than to provide the service. BRIM Anti-Bullying Software does not share, sell, or rent any personal or location Information or information collected from the Web site to any third parties, other than to BRIM Anti-Bullying Software agents.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of children. BRIM Anti-Bullying Software website (https://antibullyingsoftware.com) will not knowingly collect any personally identifiable information from children. Student Personal Information includes, but is not limited to, names, addresses, and phone numbers regardless of whether they are publicly available. Personal Information collected from a Customer must be information from an adult. Consistent with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the Web site is not directed to children under the age of thirteen. When a visitor to the Web site discloses information on the Web site, the visitor represents that he or she is an adult.
Information entered into the BRIM software (https://antibullyingsoftware.com/app/brim/) or bullying incident reporting form will never be shared, rented or sold unless required to do so by law enforcement.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software will make a reasonable effort to make sure Persons understand how their Personal Information will be used by BRIM Anti-Bullying Software. BRIM Anti-Bullying Software will obtain consent from Persons before or when it collects or uses the Personal Information. BRIM Anti-Bullying Software will not attempt to deceive Persons into giving consent.
A Person’s consent can be express, implied, or given through an authorized representative. A Person can withdraw consent at any time, with certain exceptions noted herein.
Note: If any Person at any time has any questions or concerns about BRIM Anti-Bullying Software’s privacy practices, the Person can:
i) write to Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice of Changes:
Refusing or Withdrawing Consent:
Subject to legal and contractual requirements, a Person can refuse to consent to BRIM Anti-Bullying Software’s collection, use or disclosure of Student Personal Information or Personal Information about the Person, or a Person may withdraw the Person’s consent to BRIM Anti-Bullying Software’s further collection, use or disclosure of Personal Information at any time in the future by giving BRIM Anti-Bullying Software reasonable notice, unless: i) the consent relates to certain information required for credit approval which a Person applies for or accepts, ii) the consent is otherwise required by law or iii) the use or disclosure is permitted by law or is related to the legal or regulatory requirements described herein. If a Person refuses or withdraws the Person’s consent, BRIM Anti-Bullying Software may not be able to provide the Person or continue to provide the Person with some products, services or information which may be of value to the Person.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software will provide ways for you to access your Personal Information and Student Personal Information, as required by law, so you can correct inaccuracies.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software values and aims to protect the security of your information. Whenever possible, we provide end-to-end encryption over a secure socket layer (SSL) to protect the information being transmitted. We maintain a comprehensive security program that is reasonably designed to protect the security, privacy, confidentiality, and integrity of Personal Information and Student Personal Information against risks – such as unauthorized access or use, or unintended or inappropriate disclosure – through the use of administrative, technological, and physical safeguards appropriate to the sensitivity of the information.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software will keep Student Personal Information and your Personal Information only as long as needed for the purposes for which the information was collected it, or as permitted by law.
Internet Protocol Address (IP Address)
When the user’s web browser requests a web page from another computer on the Internet, it automatically gives that computer the address where it should send the information. This address iscalled the computer’s “IP address.” For most users accessing the Internet from a dial-up Internet service provider (ISP), the IP address will be different every time the user logs on.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies may use the user’s IP Address to:
- facilitate the diagnosis and remedy of a technical problem reported by the user’s or BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Company’s technical team.
- display (or allow the display by Third Party advertising providers of) more appropriate and relevant content and advertising, such as content and advertising based on the user’s geographic area.
- estimate user traffic from specific countries or organizations. Many IP addresses are commonly associated with Internet service providers, universities, or major corporations in specific regions or localities. Aggregate information derived from IP addresses may also be reported to advertisers.
A cookie is a small text file, which often includes an anonymous unique identifier, that is sent to the user’s web browser from a website’s computers and is stored on the user’s computer’s hard drive.Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to a user’s computer.
- improve the operation and performance of the BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services and to make BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services easier and more convenient to use. For example, cookies help BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies provide more personalized services by recalling user preferences on subsequent visits (e.g. language preference). Cookies also allow BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies to save passwords and preferences for a user so that the user will not have to re-enter them on the next visit to a BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Site;
- measure aggregate user traffic and demographic statistics related to BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services and advertisements (e.g. number of users, average time spent, average age and similar statistics). This information helps BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies to better understand when to update,change or offer new services and provides BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies with details as to the performance of Third Party advertisements and content. This information may be reported, in aggregate form only, to BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies’ current and prospective sponsors, advertisers and business partners. No Personal Information or Student Personal Information will be disclosed in such reports;
Certain BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services may contain electronic images known as Web beacons – sometimes called single-pixel gifs – that allow BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies to count users who have visited those pages and to deliver co-branded services. Web beacons are not used to access Student Personal Information or Personal Information; they are a technique used to compile aggregated statistics about BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies service usage. Web beacons collect only a limited set of information including a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and adescription of the page on which the Web beacon resides. Certain BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services webpages may also contain Web beacons placed there by BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies’ advertising partners to helpBRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies determine the effectiveness of BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies’ Internet advertising campaigns.
Links To Other Sites And Advertisements
The majority of the advertisements which are displayed in connection with BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services are served through one or more reputable Third Party advertisement-serving companies which deliver the advertisements to users in conjunction with BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services. We do not share or sell Personal Information or Student Personal Information to any Third Party.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies automatically collect certain information about the user’s computer hardware and software. This information may include: browser type, operating system type, domain names, access times and referring website addresses. This information is used by BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies to operate the service, to maintain the quality of the service, and to provide general statistics regarding use of the
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Sites.
Certain BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies Services may be co-branded and offered in conjunction with another company. If a user registers for or uses such services, both BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies and the other company may receive information collected in conjunction with the co-branded services.
BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies – all companies providing services under The BRIM Anti-Bullying Software brand and their subsidiaries, and any successor company or companies thereof, as a result of corporate reorganization or restructuring.
Collection – the act of gathering, acquiring, recording or obtaining Student Personal Information or Personal Information from any source, including third parties, by any means.
Consent – voluntary agreement with the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information for defined purposes. Consent can be either express or implied and can be provided directly by the Person or by an authorized representative. Express consent can be given orally, electronically or in writing but is always unequivocal and does not require any inference on the part of BRIM Anti-Bullying Software. Implied consent is consent that can reasonably be inferred from a Person’s action or inaction.
Disclosure – making Student Personal Information or Personal Information available to a Third Party.
Employee – an employee or independent contractor (including freelancers)1 of BRIM Anti-Bullying Software.1 The inclusion of independent contractors, including freelancers, within the definition of “Employee” is for convenience of reference only, and does in no manner imply that such individuals are employees of the company within the meaning of employment legislation or are in an employee-employer relationship with the company.
Individual – an individual other than an Employee who (a) corresponds with BRIM Anti-Bullying Software, including complaints and including applications for employment; (b) enters an contest sponsored by BRIM Anti-Bullying Software; or(c) uses, or applies to use, the products or services of BRIM Anti-Bullying Software.
Person – an Employee or an Individual.
Personal Information – information about an identifiable Person, but not: a) information that is publicly available, such as a Person’s name, address, telephone number and electronic address, when listed in a directory or made available through directory assistance; b) business-contact information,such as the name, title or business address or telephone number of an employee of an organization; c)information collected, used or disclosed in the course of journalistic, literary or artistic activities; or d) aggregate information that cannot be associated with a specific person, such as demographic statistics about BRIM Anti-Bullying Software customers, or number of visitors and average time spent on a website.
Student Personal Information – information about an identifiable student, which may include children’s data. Such information includes, but is not limited to, names, addresses, and phone numbers regardless of whether they are publicly available.
Third Party – a person other than the Person or his agent, or an organization other than a BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Company.
Use – the treatment, handling, and management of Student Personal Information or Personal Information by the BRIM Anti-Bullying Software Companies.