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Your privacy is important to us. This privacy statement explains the personal data Breach processes, how Breach processes it, and for what purposes.

Breach offers a wide range of products, including devices you use in your home, software that students use at school, and services developers use to create and host what’s next. References to Breach products in this statement include Breach services, websites, apps, software, servers, and devices.

Please read the product-specific details in this privacy statement, which provide additional relevant information. This statement applies to the interactions Breach has with you and the Breach products listed below, as well as other Breach products that display this statement.

Young people may prefer starting with the Privacy for Young Individuals section. That section highlights information that may be helpful for young individuals.

For individuals in the United States, please refer to our U.S. State Data Privacy Notice for additional information about the processing of your personal data, and your rights under applicable U.S. State data privacy laws.



Cookies are small text files placed on your device to store data that can be recalled by a web server in the domain that placed the cookie. We use cookies and similar technologies for storing and honoring your preferences and settings, enabling you to sign in, providing interest-based advertising, combating fraud, analyzing how our products perform, and fulfilling other legitimate purposes. 
We also use “web beacons” to help deliver cookies and gather usage and performance data. Our websites may include web beacons, cookies, or similar technologies from Breach affiliates and partners as well as third parties, such as service providers acting on our behalf.
Third party cookies may include: Social Media cookies designed to show you ads and content based on your social media profiles and activities on our websites; Analytics cookies to better understand how you and others use our websites so that we can make them better, and so the third parties can improve their own products and services; Advertising cookies to show you ads that are relevant to you; and Required cookies used to perform essential website functions. Where required, we obtain your consent prior to placing or using optional cookies that are not (i) strictly necessary to provide the website; or (ii) for the purpose of facilitating a communication.
Please see the Learn more section below for information about our use of third party cookies, web beacons and analytics services, and other similar technologies on our websites and services. 
You have a variety of tools to control the data collected by cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies. For example, you can use controls in your internet browser to limit how the websites you visit are able to use cookies and to withdraw your consent by clearing or blocking cookies.

Products provided by your organization—notice to end users
If you use a Breach product with an account provided by an organization you are affiliated with, such as your work or school account, that organization can:

  • Control and administer your Breach product and product account, including controlling privacy-related settings of the product or product account.

  • Access and process your data, including the interaction data, diagnostic data, and the contents of your communications and files associated with your Breach product and product accounts.

If you lose access to your work or school account (in event of change of employment, for example), you may lose access to products and the content associated with those products, including those you acquired on your own behalf, if you used your work or school account to sign in to such products.
Many Breach products are intended for use by organizations, such as schools and businesses. If your organization provides you with access to Breach products, your use of the Breach products is subject to your organization's policies, if any. You should direct your privacy inquiries, including any requests to exercise your data protection rights, to your organization’s administrator. When you use social features in Breach products, other users in your network may see some of your activity. To learn more about the social features and other functionality, please review documentation or help content specific to the Breach product. Breach is not responsible for the privacy or security practices of our customers, which may differ from those set forth in this privacy statement.
When you use a Breach product provided by your organization, Breach's processing of your personal data in connection with that product is governed by a contract between Breach and your organization. Breach processes your personal data to provide the product to your organization and you, and in some cases for Breach's business operations related to providing the product. As mentioned above, if you have questions about Breach's processing of your personal data in connection with providing products to your organization, please contact your organization. If you have questions about Breach's business operations in connection with providing products to your organization as provided in the Product Terms, please contact Breach. 

For Breach products provided by your PreK-12 school, including cre8ivate, Breach will:

  • not collect or use student personal data beyond that needed for authorized educational or school purposes;

  • not sell or rent student personal data;

  • not use or share student personal data for advertising or similar commercial purposes, such as behavioral targeting of advertisements to students;

  • not build a personal profile of a student, other than for supporting authorized educational or school purposes or as authorized by the parent, guardian, or student of appropriate age; and

  • require that our vendors with whom student personal data is shared to deliver the educational service, if any, are obligated to implement these same commitments for student personal data.

Collection of data from children

For users under the age of 13 or as specified by law in their jurisdiction, certain Breach products and services will either block users under that age or will ask them to obtain consent or authorization from a parent or guardian before they can use it, including when creating an account to access Breach services. We will not knowingly ask children under that age to provide more data than is required to provide for the product.
Once parental consent or authorization is granted, the child's account is treated much like any other account. The child can access communication services and can freely communicate and share data with other users of all ages. Parents or guardians can change or revoke the consent choices previously made. 
Privacy for Young Individuals

Your privacy is important. When you use Breach products and services, we get certain information about you. This information, like your name and email address, is called personal data. We want you to know what personal data we have about you and how we use it. We also want you to know that you have rights over that data. 
Many of our products need personal data to work. The types of personal data we get depends on the products and features you use.
When you use a Breach product, we might ask you to answer some questions about yourself. This might be things like your name, email address, and birthday. If you create an account with us, we may ask you to create a password.
We also save some details about how you use our products and services. This might be the web pages you visit, experiences you participate in, purchases you make, or details about the device you use. You might also use a Breach service to create or share a file, like a photo or a document. We consider this your content, and we keep it for you.
Sometimes we also get data about you from others. For example, if your account was created by a parent or guardian, we collect the information your parent or guardian gave about you. If you use a Breach product in your school, we may get some information about you from your teacher or school.
Sometimes, we give you a choice about the data we get. But if you choose not to give us required data, you may not be able to use the product or feature. If you choose not to give us optional data, you can use the product, but some features may not work the same.

We hope this page will help you, as a young individual, learn about and understand Breach's privacy practices and how to use our products in a way that protects your privacy. This page also highlights topics that may be helpful for parents and guardians.

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