Woot Math strives to collect the minimal personal information needed to provide its services, to stringently protect the information that it does collect, and to avoid the sharing of collected information with third parties, except as required to provide its services and to maintain a high quality user experience. We do not use data analytics and "data mining" to build personal profiles of any users (students or teachers) except to support the educational services we provide. We do use data analytics for Site performance monitoring, Site security, and delivering benefits to our users (specifically: personalized learning, providing useful data to teachers, improving our user interfaces, and improving our educational content; for those last two we use only anonymized and aggregated data). To demonstrate our long term commitment to protecting our users' privacy and limiting our use of information in these ways, we have signed the Student Privacy Pledge (studentprivacypledge.org).
As do almost all personalizable websites and apps, we use technologies like web cookies (data stored by your browser) and information provided by your browser (or device) to identify your browser or device so we that can deliver a better experience. Our systems also (as do almost all websites) log information like your browser version, operating system, and IP address.
We also may collect personally identifiable information that you provide to us, such as your name, address, phone number or email address.* (Note that by policy, we do not collect personally identifiable information about students.) Our systems may associate this personal information with your activities in the course of providing service to you (such as pages you view or things you click on or search for). If specifically authorized by you, we may also access other personal information on your computer or mobile device, such as stored images or audio you have recorded, in order to provide services to you.* If specifically authorized by you, we may also access profile and other information from services like Facebook.*
We do not knowingly collect or store personally identifiable information from children under 13. If you believe we have inadvertently collected such information, please contact us so we can promptly remove the information.
We allow teachers to create accounts for students, and parents to create accounts for their children. In doing so you may provide a nickname or username and you may choose whether or not to provide a first name or last initial for the students/children. Our systems may associate this information with your information and with the students'/children's activities in the course of providing services to you and the students/children.
We do not collect, use, store or share your precise location.
You can request to see or delete your personal data and that of any student accounts you create. If you unsubscribe to services such as an email list and that service is the only service for which we have collected your personal data, we generally delete your personal data. Otherwise, we generally keep your personal data until you ask us to delete it.
We remove personally identifiable information (such as your name, address, email or phone number) and other preferences associated with your account promptly after you delete your account. Account data, when deleted, cannot be recovered. We may retain other data indefinitely.
We don't share your personal data with other companies.
We do not allow advertising companies to collect data through our service for ad targeting.
Our Do Not Track Policy: Some web browsers have a “Do Not Track” feature that lets you tell websites you visit that you do not want to have your online activity tracked. Given that the Site does not track individual's online activities over time and across third-party sites or services, it does not treat visitors whose browsers send a "Do Not Track" signal any differently than those who do not.
Analytics companies may access anonymous data (such as your IP address or device ID) to help us understand how our services are used. They use this data solely on our behalf. They do not share it except in aggregate form; no data is shared as to any individual user.
We take steps to secure your personally identifiable information against unauthorized access or disclosure. We take security and protection of all of your information very seriously. For example, we encrypt all Internet traffic that may carry any personal information or user-specific information using industry-standard HTTPS, harden our servers and services against known intrusion strategies, and perform periodic security audits. However, no security or encryption method can be guaranteed to protect information from all malicious attacks or errors. In the unlikely event of an unauthorized disclosure of user data, we will promptly notify possibly affected users who have provided email addresses. Information we collect is stored on servers located in secure data centers in the United States.
If you are outside of the United States, please be aware that the information we collect, including personal information, will be transferred, processed and stored in the United States. The laws protecting your information (or allowing legal access) will be governed under United States law and may differ from those in the country from which you accessed the Site. By using the Site and providing any information you are consenting to the handling of your information as described in this paragraph.
Given the services we provide, we also may make identifiable and anonymous information available to third parties in these limited circumstances:
If you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policies, please contact us in writing by email, postal mail, or our online contact form:
If you have given us contact information but do not want us to contact you with promotional or marketing information, you can opt-out here:
Please allow sufficient time for us to process your request.
*These (starred) statements generally only apply to teacher and parent accounts, not student accounts which are covered by our more restrictive Student Data Policy.