Think Curiously Privacy Policy

Policy updated 20th February 2019

Think Curiously is committed to ensuring your privacy is protected. Think Curiously collects the minimum amount of information possible for effective participation.

Think Curiously will never sell, distribute or lease the User’s personal information to third parties.

Think Curiously strives to be fully compliant with all appropriate laws such as COPPA in the USA, GDPR in the EEA, Privacy Act in Australia, New Zealand and Canada and PIPEDA in Canada and US federal and national laws of any country in which our users abide.

Think Curiously Privacy Policy sets out how Skoolbo Pty Ltd ("Think Curiously") uses and protects the information that you give Think Curiously.

Think Curiously Privacy Policy should be read in conjunction with Think Curiously Terms and Conditions; which together form the full terms and conditions.

From time to time Think Curiously may modify Think Curiously Privacy Policy.

  1. What personal information does Think Curiously collect?
    1. Think Curiously collects the minimum amount of information possible for the effective participation.
      • The first name (or pseudonym) of the Student
      • The surname (or pseudonym) of the Student
      • Teacher name
      • Teacher email
      • Teacher/school contact number
  2. Right to Anonymity and Pseudonymity
    1. All users have the right to anonymity and pseudonymity. It is perfectly acceptable for pseudonyms to be used. Any pseudonyms must be reasonable and not vulgar or rude.
  3. What Think Curiously collects while the User is using Think Curiously Services
    • Student responses (text, audio, video) to learning activities.
    • Usage statistics within the various sections of Think Curiously services.
    • While using Think Curiously Services Think Curiously automatically collects and records certain information such as the User’s unique device ID; the User’s hardware type; the User’s operating system (“OS”); and the User’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) address. This information is used solely to assist Think Curiously in troubleshooting and understanding usage trends. This information is anonymous and not personally identifiable.
    • Think Curiously does not record any information on the User when the User is not signed in to Think Curiously Services.
  4. What Think Curiously does with the information it gathers
    • The Student's responses are shared with the Teacher/School and Parent. They may also be shared with other students from their class.
    • Team scores are posted on Leaderboards and results tables.
    • Think Curiously does not sell, distribute or lease the User’s personal information to third parties unless Think Curiously has the User’s permission or are required by law to do so.
    • Think Curiously analyses the aggregated data on the system to improve its services. No personally identifiable information is used for this purpose.
  5. Security
    • Think Curiously is committed to ensuring that the User’s information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, Think Curiously has put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information Think Curiously collects online.
    • Think Curiously uses global cloud services such as Microsoft Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services in particular and Amazon Simple Email, Alibaba Cloud services for the storage of data and general cloud services. All of these Cloud services providers are global companies with robust security systems in place.
    • Think Curiously uses MailChimp for the sending of emails to the Teacher/School. Mailchimp is recognized as a leader in email delivery services.
  6. How Think Curiously uses cookies
    • A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on the User’s computer’s hard drive. The file is added and the cookie helps analyse web traffic.
    • Think Curiously uses traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps Think Curiously analyse data about web page traffic and improve Think Curiously Services in order to tailor it to customer needs. The Think Curiously only uses this information for statistical analysis purposes and then the data is removed from the system.
    • A cookie in no way gives Think Curiously access to the User’s computer or any information about the User, other than the data the User chooses to share with Think Curiously.
    • The User can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but the User can usually modify browser setting to decline cookies. This may prevent the User from taking full advantage of Think Curiously Services.
  7. How Think Curiously uses web beacons
    • Think Curiously may collect information using web beacons. Web beacons or “gifs”, are electronic images that may be used on Think Curiously website or in Think Curiously emails. Think Curiously may use web beacons to deliver cookies, count visits and to tell if an email has been opened and acted upon.
  8. Links to other websites
    • Any links to third party websites located on Think Curiously services are provided for the User’s convenience only.
    • Think Curiously takes all reasonable steps to ensure any links to third party websites are appropriate. Think Curiously is not responsible for the content on any linked third party website. The User is encouraged to notify Think Curiously at if there are any inappropriate links on Think Curiously services
  9. Correction of Personal Information
    • Users have the right to access and correct any Personal Information contained on Think Curiously.
    • This will be done directly by the Teacher/School on Think Curiously site.
    • Users may also email and request changes to be made.
    • Changes to Personal information will apply to both Think Curiously services and related third parties such as Microsoft Windows Azure and Mailchimp.
    • Changes to Personal Information will occur within 72 hours.
  10. Removal of Personal Information
    • Users have the right to have all Personal Information removed from Think Curiously services.
    • Users may email to request removal.
    • Removal of Personal Information will apply to both Think Curiously services and related third parties such as Microsoft Windows Azure and Mailchimp.
    • Removal of Personal Information will occur within 72 hours.
  11. Removal of inactive accounts
    • Account deactivation - a user account is deemed to be inactive if there has been no login or usage during a 12 month period. Once an account has been inactive for 12 months it is removed from Think Curiously system and all data deleted.