24 Game – Math Card Puzzle

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Used with Under 13
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Policy length: 376 words
No. of policies: 1
Time to read: 3 minutes

App 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 is insufficient for an evaluation.
Safety
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Evaluating Safety takes into consideration best practices that protect a user's physical and emotional health.
24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but is insufficient for an evaluation.
Privacy
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Evaluating Privacy takes into consideration best practices that protect the disclosure of a user's personal information.
24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but is insufficient for an evaluation.
Security
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Evaluating Security takes into consideration best practices that protect the integrity and confidentiality of a user's data.
24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but is insufficient for an evaluation.
Compliance
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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.
24 Game – Math Card Game provides a privacy policy that defines some general principles, but is insufficient for an evaluation.

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. The bars in the evaluations are not a measure of absolute safety or risk rather, they suggest areas to be considered and examined as part of using the application.

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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