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Updated February 8, 2019

5th Grade Math Problem Solver

  • Intended for children under 13.
  • Collection or use of data is limited to product requirements.
  • Personal information is not displayed publicly.
  • Users cannot interact with trusted users and/or students.
  • Unclear whether this product provides notice in the event of a data breach.
  • Parental consent is required.
Indicates that the product meets all our required privacy safeguards, but more research should be completed prior to use.
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Basic evaluation
A basic privacy evaluation answers key questions about a product's policies covering issues of safety, privacy, security, and compliance.

5th Grade Math Problem Solver by Splash Math is a math program used by more than 20 Million children for fun math practice. It includes unlimited math lessons on number counting, addition, and subtraction. The terms state they do not offer students chat rooms or community features that would allow the sharing or posting of children's personal information publicly. In addition, the terms specify the service neither rents nor sells a user's personal information or children's personal information to anyone. The terms of Splash Math state they do not display third party advertisements on the service or use third party cookies to track children users for advertising purposes. The terms of Splash Math also state they are committed to ensure the privacy and security of users' data, and use secure AWS cloud infrastructure for processing and storing personal information. Lastly, the terms state Splash Math only collects limited personal information about children directly from the parent or guardian who has downloaded the mobile application or registered on the website.

5th Grade Math Problem Solver can be accessed through its website, and is available for download at the iOS App Store. The Privacy Policy and Terms of Use used for this evaluation can be found on Splash Math’s website, and iOS App Store. This evaluation only considers policies that have been made publicly available prior to an individual using the application or service.

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