We only collect information on your behalf and for your personal usage. We give you as parent a way to register and opt-in to access the information about your child’s progress in the game.
We will never share your email address or any personal information you disclose to us without your consent, and we will never share any of child’s personal data. We might collect anonymous statistics of the usage of the app, to improve its usability and performance. We do not knowingly contact or collect personal information from children under 13 without their parents consent. If you believe we have inadvertently collected such information, please contact us so we can promptly remove the information. Our apps do not collect information about the location of your mobile device.
We do not integrate any social media or in-app purchase that is accessible by children (without parent lock). We do not have any third-party advertising within the app. We may show the child selected products from our studio or our partners, that are appropriate for their age group.
We reserve the right, at any time, to add to, change, update, or modify this Policy, simply by posting such change, update, or modification here and on our site, and without any other notice to you. Any such change, update, or modification will be effective immediately upon posting.
For any doubts or suggestions please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Links Within Apps
Some apps have external links such as to our website, to the App Store you purchased from, or to our social media profiles to allow you to find out more about our company, our products and services. These links are only available in the “Parents” sections (which require a 3 second hold to get into in most apps).
We reserve the right, at any time, to add to, change, update, or modify this Policy, simply by posting such change, update, or modification on the Site and without any other notice to you. Any such change, update, or modification will be effective immediately upon posting on the Site. It is your responsibility to review this Policy from time to time to ensure that you continue to agree with all of its terms.
When we collect Personal Information from a child, we ask the child's parent for consent before we collect it, except as permitted by law, such as where we are only using an email address to respond directly to a request from the child. If the email is collected for a one-time response, we delete it after the response is sent. If the email is collected to respond more than once to the child, we will also ask for the parent's email, so we can let the parent know that the child has given us Personal Information and give the parent a chance to tell us to delete that Personal Information before we re-contact the child. In that case, we delete the child's email either at the parent's request, or, if no such request is made, when we have finished responding to the child and otherwise fulfilled the purpose for which the email was collected (see, for example, Newsletters, Sweepstakes and Contests on Kids Sites below).
We may request the parent's consent in any way the law allows. For example, if the child's Personal Information will be used only by us, we may ask for the parent's consent by email. If the child's Personal Information will be disclosed on the Site or shared with a third party, we may verify that the person providing consent is the parent by asking for consent in connection with a credit card transaction. Parents have the option to consent to the collection and use of their children's information without consenting to the disclosure of that information to third parties, except to the extent that disclosure of such information is a necessary part of the activity for which parental consent is given. Notice of the information collection, use and disclosure practices associated with a particular online activity will be provided to the parent when we ask for consent. That notice will also be on the Kids Site to which it applies. Sometimes, in connection with the direct notice to the parent, we may collect the parent or child's name from the child (for example, the child's first name, so that the parent knows which of their children wants to sign up for an activity).
On our Kids Sites where the main audience is not children under 13, we may ask for (but do not save) a user's date of birth to determine whether parental consent is required for a child to use a particular feature, or whether it's appropriate for a child to use a particular feature.