AXON-School - Privacy Summary for Kids
We are Neuro-Technology Solutions Ltd. and we think your privacy is important. That's why we wrote this summary so that you will know what we do with the information we have about you, who we share it with and how we protect it. We also want you to know how you can make decisions about how we treat your information.
It's probably best if you read this together with a responsible grown-up, like a parent. If you have any questions, you should speak with a responsible grown-up or you can always talk to us.
We created the AXON-School, including a test that you will be taking but someone from your school will actually be giving it to you, helping you with it, and managing the results of the test. The school will decide what information they need from you and will be in charge of what will happen with that information. They will send it to us so that we can store it, analyze it, and do other activities that will help them understand the results. Your school is in charge and so it is called the Controller and we are called the Processor.
What kind of information do we have about you?
When you are part of the AXON-School and take the AXON test, we get information about you like how good your attention is and other mental skills and characteristics. Since this information concerns your health, the law says that it's in its own special category and we will only use it if we get permission from your parent or guardian. We also will get and use information that your parent or guardian gives us about you like your name, your birthday, and your identification number. If you send us a message, we'll save and use the information in such message too.
You can always decide that you don't want us to have any information about you. If you decide that, then you won't be able to be part of the AXON-School or take the AXON test or use any other services.
Why do we need this information and how do we use it?
We need this information so that the school can run the AXON-School and test properly. We will also use it so that we can understand how well the test is working and make it even better and create other tests and services. It can help us make sure that all of the information we have is kept safe and that no one uses it in the wrong way.
It's helpful for us to understand how all different kinds of people use the AXON-School and other services. To do this, we look at your information together with the information of a lot of other people and we take away your name and other personal information so that we don't know what information is connected to you and what information is connected to the other people.
If a law says that we have to use your information in a certain way, we'll do what the law says to do. If the law says that we have to share information with someone else, we'll also do that.
How do we share your information with others?
We work with a bunch of other business and people who help us in giving you the AXON-School and test and help us make sure that it works and help us understand how it works. We have to share your information with them so that they can help us create the test and understand how to improve it.
These other businesses might not be in the country where you live. When we send them the information in the country where they are, we make sure that they are just as careful to protect your information as we are. We'll also make sure that we got your parent's permission before we send information to them.
If we sell our company, we'll have to share your information with the new owner. If that happens, we'll make sure that the new owner treats your information in the same way that we do.
Of course we'll also share any information you give us with your parents or other legal guardians and your school.
How can you decide what we do with your information?
You can ask us to do any of the things on this list, but you will have to get permission from your parent or guardian first:
- You can find out what information we have and ask us to send you a copy. You can also ask us to send a copy to someone else. Sometimes we won't be able to give you a copy, but if we can't, we'll try to explain to you why not.
- If you find that we have some wrong information, you can ask us to correct it.
- You can ask us to erase any information we have. If we do, then we won't be able to bring it back.
- You can sometimes ask us to stop using your information.
- If you're in the EEA you can tell a supervisory authority if you think we did something wrong. You will definitely need to ask a parent or guardian before you do this.
No, not that kind of cookies! Cookies are a kind of technology that helps our website work. It helps remember things that you do on the website and gives us information that can help us make it work better. We need some of the cookies to help the test and the website work properly and keep it safe, but some of the cookies aren't absolutely necessary. Some might also be used by other companies on our website. If you don't want your computer to remember information, you can change the settings on your computer so that it won't.
How long do we keep information?
We only keep information as long as we need it in order to do the things we said we were going to do with it in this Privacy Summary. If we don't need it, we'll erase it.
How is it protected?
We looked around to see what security measures are currently available to protect you information and what other companies like us do to protect their information and made sure that we're doing at least as good a job as they are. That doesn't mean everything is 100% safe but we do our best!
What if we change our mind about how we use your information?
If we do, we'll make sure to let you and your parent or guardian know (by email or by posting an updated Privacy Notice on the website).
How can you reach us?
If you have any questions or want to tell us something about how we use and collect you information, or if you want us to delete or fix your information, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +972-8-6466107. Please remember to always speak with your parent or guardian before you do.
Last updated: September 2018