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Updated September 11, 2017

24 Game – Math Card Puzzle

  • Privacy policies do not indicate a version or effective date.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not personal information is sold or rented to third parties.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not data are shared for advertising and/or marketing.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product displays behavioral or contextual advertising.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product allows data collection by third-party advertising or tracking services.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product uses data to track and target advertisements on other third-party websites or services.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product allows third parties to use data to create ad profiles, data enhancement, and/or targeted advertisements.
Use with Caution
The privacy evaluation process categorizes edtech tools into the following three tiers:
Use Responsibly
Indicates that the service meets the minimum criteria and more research should be completed prior to use.
Use with Caution
Indicates that the service does not clearly define the safeguards to protect student information.
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This Overall Evaluation score represents how the service addressed all our evaluation questions. A higher score (up to 100) means the service provides more transparent and comprehensive policies.

Overview

24 Game – Math Card Game is an iOS and Android application that requires a user to combine four numbers to reach 24 with leader boards and opportunities to challenge other players around the globe. However, 24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but does not provide enough detail for a full evaluation.

24 Game sells physical card sets via its website. This evaluation is only for the services available for download at the iOS App Store, and the Google Play Store. The Privacy Policy used for this evaluation can be found on 24 Game’s website. The Google Play Store links to this policy, but the privacy policy is not visible within the iOS App store. Additionally, the app permissions listed in the Google Play store appear to go beyond what is covered in the privacy policy.

Key Points
Intended Use
  • Intended for children under 13.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product is intended for teens.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product is intended for adults over 18.
  • Intended for parents or guardians.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product is intended for students.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product is intended for teachers.
Data Collection
  • Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is not collected.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product collects geolocation data.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product collects biometric or health data.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product collects behavioral data.
  • Non-Personally Identifiable Information is collected.
Parental Consent
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product requires parental consent to be obtained.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product limits parental consent with respect to third parties.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product allows parents to withdraw consent for the further collection of their child's information.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product deletes children's personal information if collected without parental consent.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product provides parental consent notice and method for submission.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product discloses COPPA parental consent exceptions.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product discloses FERPA parental consent exceptions.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product discloses Directory Information.
  • The terms are unclear about whether or not this product transfers parental consent obligations to the the school or district.
SafetyPromoting responsible use
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Evaluating safety takes into consideration best practices that protect a user's physical and emotional health. A higher score (up to 100) means the service provides more transparent and comprehensive responses related to safety.
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24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but does not provide enough detail for a full evaluation.

PrivacyProtecting collected information
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Evaluating privacy takes into consideration best practices that protect the disclosure of a user's personal information. A higher score (up to 100) means the service provides more transparent and comprehensive responses related to privacy.
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24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but does not provide enough detail for a full evaluation. However, the required permissions listed on the Google Play Store could potentially go beyond what is described in the privacy policy

SecurityProtecting against unauthorized access
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Evaluating security takes into consideration best practices that protect the integrity and confidentiality of a user's data. A higher score (up to 100) means the service provides more transparent and comprehensive responses related to security.
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24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but does not provide enough detail for a full evaluation.

ComplianceFollowing statutory laws and regulations
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Evaluating compliance takes into consideration best practices of companies that collect personal information from children or students and the legal obligations for the privacy and security of that information. A higher score (up to 100) means the service provides more transparent and comprehensive responses related to compliance.
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24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but does not provide enough detail for a full evaluation.

About Privacy Evaluations

The privacy evaluations have been designed with the help and support of a consortium of schools and districts across the United States. These evaluations are designed to streamline making an informed decision about the potential privacy implications of educational technology used to support teaching and learning.

Our core evaluation criteria are freely available and will remain freely available. People are encouraged to read the questions we use and the information security primer we released. Vendors are encouraged to use our questions and the information security primer to self-evaluate. You can also learn more about our evaluation process.

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