The Learner's Aide

Effective date: November 21, 2018

The Learner’s Aide recognizes the need to provide additional privacy protections when children visit the websites on which this Children's Privacy Policy is posted. The following guidelines supplement our general Privacy Policy and follow the rules set by the U.S. Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and other applicable laws. The term "child" or "children" means an individual under 13 years of age or the appropriate age for services directed toward children as defined under applicable laws in other jurisdictions or an individual under 18 years of age where the collection, use or disclosure of personal information about such an individual is restricted by applicable law. The term "parent" includes legal guardians.


Children can enjoy content and features on The Learner’s Aide Website without directly providing contact information. However, children who wish to participate in sweepstakes, contests, and certain other special activities may need to provide information such as first name, user name, password, email address, date of birth, city and province/state of residence, and gender.

In the course of participating in interactive features such as chat rooms and message boards, a child may provide us with additional information about himself or herself, such as the contents of his or her postings. Some information, including information collected through cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies, may be collected automatically. For more information, see the information we collect automatically section of our general Privacy Policy.

If we knowingly collect, use, or disclose contact information collected from a child, we will provide notice and obtain parental consent in accordance with applicable law.

We do not condition a child's participation in an online activity on the child's providing more contact information than is reasonably necessary to participate in that activity.


We use the information we collect consistent with the services requested by the child. For example, we may use information provided by the child to:

*Send newsletters or other communications requested by the child;

*Enable a child's participation in certain interactive features such as games, contests, message boards, chat rooms, song requests, and online scrolling tickers; and

*Respond to correspondence sent by the child.

We may use a parent's contact information to communicate with the parent regarding the child's activities on The Learner’s Aide’s Services. For example, if a child wins a sweepstakes or contest, we may use the parent's contact information to conduct prize fulfillment.


Information collected from children will be disclosed in the same ways described in the disclosure of information section of our general Privacy Policy. Third parties who receive contact information collected by The Learner’s Aide have agreed to maintain the confidentiality, security, and integrity of that information. Parents have the option not to consent to the disclosure of their child's contact information to third parties. Parents may also consent to The Learner’s Aide’s collection and use of their child's contact information while refusing to permit the disclosure of that information to third parties.


Parents may review the contact information we have collected from their child, refuse to permit us to collect further contact information from their child, and request that any contact information we have collected be deleted from our records.

To review, update, or delete your child's contact information, please contact us.  To protect your child's safety, we ask for proof of your identification. We may deny access if we believe there is a question about your identity.

Please note that certain information perhaps cannot be deleted because of legal obligations.


We may amend the Children's Privacy Policy at any time and will make material changes only on conformance with applicable laws. We will provide parents with notice of any material changes in the way we intend to collect, use, and share children's contact information. Accordingly, parents should update their contact information to provide us with current email addresses at all times.


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