Your privacy is incredibly important to us. We wouldn't want people mistreating our information, so we'll do everything we can to safeguard yours. Any information that we collect will only be used in ways for which you have consented.
By using the School Hackers website, you agree and give consent to the terms set out here:
Information collected from website visitors
When visiting the School Hackers website, your activity, browser information and information about the referring site, along with an approximation of your location may be recorded.
We may publish this information in an aggregate, non-personally identifying way.
We may also record this information linked to your IP address or e-mail address, if authenticated to the website. We will never publish this personally identifying information.
We use this information to improve our platform and your experience with School Hackers. We will not share this personally identifying information with a third party other than in the circumstances set out below.
Collection and use of personally identifying information
School Hackers collects the e-mail addresses, names and potentially other information volunteered when you communicate with us. When you register with School Hackers, we ask for information such as your name, organization information, e-mail addresses, and location.
We will use the information gathered for the provision of services to you; including authentication, contact, and improvement to said services and our website.
The School Hackers website provides you with the facility to create and post content available, such as on our hack pages or commenting sections. If you post a comment, idea or otherwise provide personal information by and through the School Hackers platform and/or any applicable social media, you should be aware that any personal information that you submit using such forums can be read, collected or used by other users of these platforms, and could be used to send you unsolicited messages or otherwise contact you without your consent or desire. School Hackers is not responsible for the personal information that you choose to submit in these forums or comments.
Further, by submitting comments, ideas and/or other material via the School Hackers platform and related social media platforms, you: (a) represent and warrant that School Hackers’ use of your submission does not and will not breach any agreement, violate any law, violate any social media platform’s terms of service or infringe upon any third party’s rights; (b) agree that School Hackers is free to use in any manner all or part of the comments, ideas and/or other material on an unrestricted basis without the obligation to notify, identify or compensate you or anyone else; and (c) grant School Hackers all necessary rights, including a waiver of all copyright, trademark, privacy and moral rights, to use all comments, activity posts and/or other material, in whole or in part, or as a derivative work, without any duty by School Hackers to anyone whatsoever.
School Hackers will be monitoring user registration, comments, and idea submissions. If any of these submissions are offensive, libelous, or suspect in manner, School Hackers reserves the right to un-publish submissions or to in-authenticate suspect users.
School Hackers does not intentionally collect information from children under the age of thirteen (13).
Protection of personally identifying information
School Hackers may disclose personally identifying information to its employees, contractors and affiliated organizations. This will only be done on a need-to-know basis.
School Hackers uses the services of third party vendors for storage, network and technical services.
When required by law (under governmental order, warrant, or subpoena), or when School Hackers believes that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the rights of School Hackers or third parties, personally identifying information may be disclosed.
School Hackers reserves to right to publish correspondence and feedback sent to us in order to help us respond to the correspondence or to help other users. School Hackers will take all reasonable measures to protect against unauthorized access, use and alteration to personally identifying information.
This policy does not apply to the practices of companies that School Hackers does not own or control, or to people that School Hackers does not employ or manage, such as Twitter, Facebook, or other social media platforms.
The social media platforms listed above operate independently from School Hackers, and we are not responsible for such platforms’ interfaces or privacy or security practices. We encourage you to review the privacy policies and settings on these platforms to help you understand their privacy practices. If you have questions about the security and privacy settings of any social media platforms that you use, please refer to their applicable privacy notices or policies.
School Hackers works on most popular web browsers. The system works best with the more recently updated versions of them. We are compatible on both PCs and Macs as well as many smart phones and tablets.
A cookie is a small amount of information that our websites can store on your computer. Your computer provides this cookie when visiting the same website in the future. Cookies are used to enhance your experience with a website.
Visitors can disable the storage of cookies in their web browser, but should be aware that doing so may affect the quality of the experience with the website. In some cases, the website may not work at all.
The School Hackers software is provided “as is”, without warranty of any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and noninfringement. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with the software or the use or other dealings in the software.
Access to your information
You can change any of the personally identifying information volunteered to us by logging into your School Hackers member page.
We reserve the right to send you certain communications relating to School Hackers, such as service announcements, administrative messages and the School Hackers E-Newsletter, that are considered part of your School Hackers account.
If you would like us to delete any personally identifying information held about you, we will do so on request unless we need to hold the information as part of the provision of products and services to you.
You can delete your School Hackers account by contacting us at [email protected]. Even after you delete your account, information may possibly remain in our archived records.
Contacting School Hackers
You may contact School Hackers using any of the methods outlined below:
60 Valley St., Unit 25
Providence, RI 02906
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