Product SuiteProduct suite arrow right

Classe365 Children’s Privacy Policy

Last updated: February 23, 2024

Who is responsible for the processing of children’s personal data through the Platforms?

We are the company that provides the following online platforms:

For the sake of simplicity, we call all of the platforms above simply “Platforms”. Our name is 365.Software. Our address is 22 Palm Street, St.Ives, NSW 2075, Australia.

When operating the Platforms, we may process personal data collected from children under the age of 13 (“child” and “children”). For example, when an educational organization that uses Classe365 to manage its student educational records (the “Organization”) decides to invite its students to create a student account on Classe365 (the “Student Account”) or creates records about its students, we may process children’s personal data.

The processing of children’s personal data is carried out only if it necessary for the provision of our services through the Paltforms.

What is this Children’s Privacy Policy about?

This Children’s Privacy Policy explains our policies and procedures governing the collection, use, and disclosure of children’s personal data and the parental consent practices. This document is drafted in compliance with the applicable data protection laws, including the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”). This Children’s Privacy Policy is an integral part of our general privacy policy available at, which explains in detail how we process all personal data through the Platforms.

Who will consent to the processing of children’s personal data?

Before collecting children’s personal data, we will seek parents’ or legal guardians’ verifiable consent. To ensure that the consent is informed, we will send a direct notice that is available for consultation at If a child has provided us with personal data without obtaining parental consent in advance, the parent may contact us by email at and request us to destroy or de-identify that personal data.

What children’s personal data do we process?

To ensure that the strictest data protection principles are respected, we do not require to disclose more children’s personal data than it is reasonably necessary for registering the Student Account or using the Platforms:

  • When a child, child’s parent or legal guardian registers the Student Account, we collect child’s (i) full name, (ii) email address, (iii) phone number, (iv) address, and (v) birth date;
  • When a child browses through the Platforms, we collect child’s online identifiers, such as IP address or cookie-related data, provided that we have appropriate consent;
  • If the Organization decides to request more personal data, we will process child’s personal data as requested by the Organization;
  • If a child, child’s parent or legal guardian decides to voluntarily provide more of child’s personal data, we will process that personal data.

For what purposes do we use children’s personal data?

We use children’s personal data only for the purposes for which such data is provided, namely:

  • Child’s full name, email address, address, and phone number will be used to create and maintain the Student Account and to provide our services through the Platforms;
  • Child’s birth date will be used to verify child’s age and to maintain the Student Account;
  • Online identifiers (IP address and cookie data) will be used to analyze the Platforms;
  • The personal data requested by the Organization will be used to provide our services to the Organization; and
  • The personal data provided voluntarily will be used for the purposes for which it is originally provided or as requested by the Organization.

How do we protect children’s personal data?

We put reasonable efforts to maintain the security of children’s personal data and to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorized access, and modification of such data. We employ information security measures to protect all types of personal information collected and processed through the Platforms. Such information security tools include, but are not limited to:

  • Secured networks;
  • Encryption;
  • Strong passwords;
  • Limited access to personal data by our staff; and
  • Anonymisation of personal data (where possible).

Do we disclose children’s personal data?

We share children’s personal data only if it is necessary to ensure the proper operation of the Platforms. For example, children’s personal data may be accessed by authorized third parties that perform services on behalf of us (our data processors), such as our:

If we decide to disclose children’s personal data to third parties that are not necessary for the functioning of the Platforms, we will seek a separate consent from respective child’s parents of legal guardians, subject to a possibility to refuse such consent.

We make sure that our data processors maintain the confidentiality and security of children’s personal data and provide an adequate level of protection of personal data that is consistent with our privacy policies.

We do not sell children’s personal data to third parties and we do not intend to so in the future. We do not make children’s personal data pubic.

f necessary, we may respond to lawful requests from public authorities to disclose information about the users of the Platforms to the extent necessary for pursuing a public interest objective, such as national security or law enforcement.

How to review, correct, and delete children’s personal data?

If you are a parent or a legal guardian of a child and you would like to access, modify, delete, or refuse further collection of your child’s personal data that is processed through the Platforms, you can review, correct and delete your child’s personal data by:

  • Accessing the Student Account. Some child’s personal data available through the Student Account. The possibility to create and maintain the Student Account is provided by the Organization. Please note that the availability of the personal data is also defined by the Organization. You can consult the Organization to see what information is available to you.
  • Contacting the Organization. You can contact the respective Organization directly and request it to provide you with access to your child’s personal data.
  • Contacting us. In the last instance, you can contact us at If we have the right and capacity, we will process your request in accordance with the applicable laws. However, please note that, in some instances (e.g., if we act as a data processor and the GDPR is applicable), we may not be able to directly process your request. If it happens, we will need to contact the respective Organization that acts as a data controller under the GDPR and forward your request to it. The Organization will be responsible for processing your request.

How long do we keep children’s personal data?

Children’s personal data will be kept by us for as long as is necessary for its intended purposes. For instance, if such personal data is collected to register the Student Account, it will be kept until the Student Account is deactivated. When children’s personal data is no longer necessary for its purpose, we will immediately delete such personal data.

What about links?

The Platforms may contain links to third-party websites and services. We are not responsible in any manner for the privacy practices of those websites and services. Please review carefully the applicable privacy policies before visiting the third-party websites and services.

How to contact us?

If you have any questions or concerns about this Children’s Privacy Policy, please contact us by email at or please write to the following address: 365.Software, 22 Palm Street, St. Ives, NSW 2075, Australia.

In any of your correspondence to us, please include sufficient contact details that would enable us to identify and contact you or your child.

To ensure that children’s privacy and security are properly protected, we will take reasonable steps to verify parent’s or legal guardian’s identity before granting access to his/her child’s personal data.