Kidz Bop Children’s Privacy Notice
Effective Date: August 1, 2022
Last Updated Date: August 1, 2022
Who and what is Kidz Bop?
We are Kidz Bop Enterprises LLC, of Concord Music Group, Inc., but you can call us Kidz Bop. Keeping your information private is very important to us and we would like to tell you how we do this on kids.kidzbop.com.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. What is a Privacy Notice?
A privacy notice explains how a company like Kidz Bop manages the information it collects from you when you use its website.
Your personal information belongs to you! We want you to better understand what that means for you.
All companies that handle personal data need to share how they collect and manage the data you choose to share with them while using their services. Companies have a duty to you in ensuring your data is kept safe and only managed in a way you agree with.
This guide outlines how Kidz Bop does this.
2. What is personal information?
Personal information (sometimes called personal data) is anything that can identify you. There are two main types.
One type of personal data is information you provide when interacting with a website, like your name, your age, your birthday, and your contact information. Kidz Bop does not ask you to provide any of this information for you to use our website.
The second type of personal data includes information that can be automatically provided to a website by your phone, computer, or tablet. Kidz Bop passively collects items about you such as your age, gender, language, and location.
We will also automatically collect some non-personal data too, like what kind of device you use to access the website and what type of internet browser you use to access the website.
3. Who do we work with?
Kidz Bop needs a little help from another company called Vimeo to include videos on our website. These videos do not include tracking links or collect any identifiers.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small pieces of information that websites can leave on your computer. Sometimes they only stay for as long as you are using your browser, but others need to stay for weeks, or even years.
5. How do we keep your data safe?
We want to keep your personal data safe when we have it! We use reasonable security measures to prevent improper access to your personal information and to comply with this privacy notice. One way we do this is to encrypt the connection between your computer and our website. If your browser alerts you that this website is “insecure” you should leave the website as there may be an error with our encryption. We also use security measures to protect the servers on which your personal data is stored from outside access. While no machine connected to the internet is completely safe from cyberattacks, we have reasonable procedures in place to protect your personal information and take reasonable steps to ensure any other company that accesses your data also has reasonable security procedures in place to protect your personal information as well.
6. What are your rights?
It is important for you to know that you have certain rights over the collection and use of your personal data.
Right to be Informed:
You have the right to know how companies are using your data, if they’re sharing your data, and where the data is getting stored.
Right to Access:
You have the right to know and request a copy of the personal data that a company has about you.
Right to Rectification:
“Rectification” means correction. If any data collected about you is incorrect, you have the right to request that the information be corrected.
Right to Erasure:
If you are no longer using a website or service, you have the right to request your data be erased from their system.
Right to Restrict Processing:
You have the right to request a company not process some of the data they have collected about you.
Right to Object:
You have the right to say no to sharing your data with a company. Even if you previously agreed to sharing that data, you can say no and stop your personal data from being used.
Right to Data Portability:
“Portability” means the ability to move something. If you’d like to review the data collected about you, you can request that data in an easy-to-read format that will be shared with you or another company at your request.
What does all this mean?
These rights mean that you have power over your personal data! If you want to exercise any of your rights with Kidz Bop, you or your parent/legal guardian can contact us through the info below
7. Contact Us
10 Lea Avenue, Suite 300
Nashville, TN 37210 USA
Attn: Deputy General Counsel
Or e-mail us at [email protected].
Your parents may also call us at 1-866-904-1461.
For EU/EEA users: Our local representative in the EU/EEA may be contacted via e-mail at [email protected] or via mail at:
Data Protection Department
London WC2B 4HN
Kids Privacy Assured by PRIVO: COPPA Safe Harbor Certification & GDPRkids™
Concord Music Group, Inc is a member of the PRIVO Kids Privacy Assured Program (“the Program”) for COPPA Safe Harbor Certification and GDPRkids™. PRIVO is an independent, third-party organization committed to safeguarding children's personal information collected online.
COPPA Safe Harbor Certification
The Program certification applies to the digital properties listed on the validation page that is viewable by clicking on the PRIVO COPPA certification Seal. The certification Seal posted on this page indicates Concord Music Group, Inc has established COPPA compliant privacy practices and has agreed to submit to PRIVO’s oversight and consumer dispute resolution process. If you have questions or concerns about our privacy practices, please contact us at 1-866-904-1461 or [email protected]. If you have further concerns after you have contacted us, you can contact PRIVO directly at [email protected].
GDPRkids™ Privacy Assured
The Program applies to the digital properties listed on the validation page that is viewable by clicking on the PRIVO GDPRkids™ Verified Shield. The PRIVO GDPRkids™ Privacy Assured Program supports child directed services known as Information Society Services under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to comply with the requirements of this legislation. It impacts any child directed service in an EU Member State and any service globally that collects and or processes the personal data of children and minors. There is no safe harbor for the GDPR to date, but to ensure this company's services meet the program requirements, we conduct regular monitoring and consulting.