Student Privacy

We care about student safety online. Learn how Kodable is COPPA compliant.

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Written by Jon Mattingly
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Protecting students’ privacy is one of our top priorities here at Kodable. Our game does not collect any personally identifiable information from students.

What is COPPA?

Kodable is compliant with The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which requires the Federal Trade Commission to issue and enforce regulations concerning children’s online privacy. The primary goal of COPPA is to place parents in control over what information is collected from their young children online. For more information on COPPA, please visit the FTC website.

Is Kodable compliant with United States local and federal data privacy laws?

Yes. At Kodable, we take children's privacy very seriously. Our game does not collect any personally identifiable information from students under the age of 13, and therefore is fully compliant with COPPA regulations.

What data does Kodable collect about students?

We do not collect any data directly from students. When a teacher signs up to use the Kodable dashboard, we ask for basic class information, including a profile name for each student. COPPA-compliant profile identifiers include first name, first name and last initial, nickname, or an anonymous identifier.

Do not use full student names when creating profiles for children under 13.

How can I get more information on Kodable's privacy policies?

Please visit the Kodable Privacy Center for more information.

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