Updated November 2018
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About Common Sense Privacy Ratings
Meets our minimum requirements for privacy and security practices.
Does not meet our recommendations for privacy and security practices.
Every privacy rating includes a score. A higher score (up to 100%) means the product provides more transparent privacy policies with better practices to protect user data.
Privacy ratings are created by Common Sense expert evaluators and are independent from our "Common Sense says" age-based reviews. Read more about privacy ratings
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- Intended for children under 13.
- Collection or use of data is limited to product requirements.
- Personal information can be displayed publicly.
- Users can interact with trusted users.
- Notice is provided in the event of a data breach.
- Parental consent is required before personal information is collected or disclosed.
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How safe is this product?
Users can interact with trusted users.
Users can interact with untrusted users, including strangers and/or adults.
Unclear whether profile information must be shared for social interactions.
What rights do I have to the data?
Users can create or upload content.
Users retain ownership of their data.
Processes to access or review user data are available.
Ads & Tracking
Are there advertisements or tracking?
Personal information is not shared for third-party marketing.
Traditional or contextual advertisements are not displayed.
Personalised advertising is not displayed.
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