In August 2014, California State Governor Jerry Brown signed a law that will restrict the use of student's educational data.
The service collects only the users name, email address (for signing in) and password (which is encrypted). The website doesn’t collect or share any other personal data between any of these parties: Student, teacher, family, caregiver, or anybody else. The website doesn’t collect any education records.
Sumo Apps Ltd. (trademark Sumo) provides creative web tools for people from any generation to use in education or as a hobby.
The web service can be used via a PC computer, laptop, tablet, mobile phone, or alike.
The tools can be used without giving any registration material. If the user wants to use full access to the material he or she can register to the service. The website doesn’t include any harmful material either for kids or adults. The information collected contains only the user’s email address to provide a safe login for the user.
To work properly, the company’s web tool uses some additional service providers, such as Google. The full list of other companies can be found in the company’s GDPR, General Data Protection regulation.
No external information is collected and the service doesn’t provide any harmful material.
The user itself is identifiable only via name and email address. This information is needed to enable personal access for the user. This information in the company’s system can be asked to be shown, edited, and deleted.
The little amount of information collected from the users is secured in a safe way, behind firewall and antivirus software.