List of active policies
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Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
COPPA applies to commercial companies and limits their ability to collect personal information from children under 13. This permission form allows the Purple Maiʻa to act as an agent for parents in the collection of information within the program context. Purple Maiʻa’s use of student information is solely for education purposes.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Parent (or adult participant) understands and agrees that Purple Maiʻa will collect and maintain student performance data as a part of the Kaikaina Program.
Parent (or adult participant) understands and agrees that Purple Maiʻa teachers and staff may correspond with student outside of class through digital means such as, but not limited to, email, text and video conferencing. Student and parent understands and agrees further that Purple Maiʻa may assign an email address to student participant for use in the program.
Photos and Video
Parent (or adult participant) grants to Purple Mai‘a, its representatives and employees the right to take photographs or video of the student while participating in Purple Mai‘a’s activities. This also includes recording digital classes that student may be part of. Parent (or adult participant) authorizes Purple Mai‘a, its assignees and transferees, to copyright, use and publish the same in print and/or electronically. Parent (or adult participant) agrees that Purple Mai‘a may use such photographs or video of student with or without student name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and Web content.
The following are the only personal information we gather from users: name, email address, and IP address used to access our system. It is used for internal purposes only. This information can be deleted, and new collection of information stopped at any time by deleting the user’s account. You can do this by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the request. Any inquiries about user online privacy can be directed to Purple Maiʻa at email@example.com or 808-534-8761.
Our Haumana.io services allow the use of Google Login for a simplified account creation/signon experience. When logged into Haumana.io with Google, the only information we collect from a user is their name, email address, IP address, and Google profile ID. This information is only used to authenticate the user and authorize their enrollment for our classes. This information is only used internally.
Additionally moodle.haumana.io also integrates with Google Drive so that teachers can share files from Drive to their classrooms and students can store classwork in their Google Drive. Please note that by connecting your Google Login to the haumana.io system you are giving the haumana.io system permission to read and write any of your Google Drive files. However our service only accesses the files that the user chooses to share (either through a teacher adding classroom materials from their Google Drive or a student using Google Drive as a storage location of classroom materials). The Google Drive data that the user posts to the haumana.io system can be shared to our members of that online classroom if the user chooses to do so. No Google Drive file data will be accessed or shared without the user's explicit action. A user's Google data is only accessed and used as required for operation of online classroom functionality.
The Haumana system uses Google Analytics for information on which classes are most popular with visitors.
I acknowledge that I have read this Agreement and fully understand its contents. I represent that I am authorized to execute this Agreement individually and/or on behalf of my child. I am aware that this Agreement is a contract to, among other things, release from liability and to indemnify Purple Mai‘a, and that this contract is between Purple Mai‘a and our child and his/her parent(s) or legal guardian(s) (or myself if I am the student).