When We Share Children’s Data
Sometimes we hire others to help us provide a product or service, and these service providers may need access to children’s data. They are required to keep children’s data we provide them confidential and to use it only to provide the services we requested.
We may also share children’s data with third parties, including the government, for legal processes or to protect life and safety where we believe that access, use, preservation, or disclosure of the data is reasonably necessary.
For Project 10 Million, we may also share aggregate versions of this data (meaning, data that cannot be associated with an individual child) with government agencies or schools.