Pressto Privacy Notice
Pressto and its subsidiaries (“Pressto,” “We,” “Us,” “Our”) are committed to the privacy and security of Your Data. We have created this Privacy Notice to inform You about Your data rights and the measures We take to protect Your Data and keep it private when You are using our Products in the United States.
Capitalized words have special meaning and are defined below.
“Educators,” “You,” “Your” means the district, school or institution contracting with Pressto for use of the Pressto Products.
“Authorized User(s)” means Your faculty, staff (including administrators and teachers), students accounted for in Your quote, and the parents of such students.
“Products” means the commercial educational online software products being provided to You under Your Terms of Service & License Agreement. Our products include: Pressto
“Data Protection Legislation” means the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”), the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA”) and any other applicable state education privacy laws and regulations specific to Your Data. If Your School is subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), Pressto acts as a “service provider” as defined under CCPA.
“Your Data” includes: (i) Authorized User rostering information; (ii) Authorized User information or content generated within the Products; (iii) Authorized User sign-on information; (iv) student information that You send to Us in connection with a research study
request; (v) feedback Your teachers share with Us. Your Data includes both “personally identifiable information” and “personal information” as defined in the applicable Data Protection Legislation. Pressto considers Your Data to include any information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify Your Authorized Users as individuals.
“De-identified Data” is data that has had any personally identifiable information removed to such a degree that there is no reasonable basis to believe that the remaining data can be used to identify an individual.
Information We Collect
We gather the various types of information below:
Usage Information: We keep track of activity in relation to how You and/or Your Authorized Users use the Products including traffic, location, logs and other communication data.
Device Information: We log information about You and/or Your Authorized User’s computing device when they use the Products including the device’s unique device identifier, IP address, browser, operating system, and mobile network.
Information collected by Cookies and other similar technologies: We use various technologies to collect aggregated user information which may include saving cookies to Authorized User’s computers.
Stored Information and Files: The Products may access files, including metadata, stored on Authorized Users’ computing devices if You choose to send or provide to Us.
Information Input by You or Authorized Users: We receive and store information You or Your Authorized Users input into the Products.
Information Generated from using the Products: We store information generated by Authorized User’s use of the Products.
How We Use Information
We take Your privacy seriously. We won’t use Your Data to do anything other than what We describe below.
We use Your Data as follows:
Provide You and Your Authorized Users with access to the Products
Communicate with Authorized Users as necessary to meet Our obligations to You
Provide marketing communications to Educators
Provide You notices about Your account, including expiration and renewal notices
Carry out Our obligations and enforce Our rights arising from Our Terms of Service and License Agreement
Notify You of changes to any Products
Estimate Your size and usage patterns
Store information about Your preferences, allowing Us to customize Your services
Maintain and improve performance or functionality of the Products
Demonstrate the effectiveness of the Products
To De-identify Your Data so that De-identified Data can be used as follows:
- aggregate reporting and analytics purposes
- general research and the development of new technologies
- improving educational products
- developing and improving educational sites, services and products
- where applicable, to support any of the uses above or any other legitimate
Pressto uses Google API only for access to Google Classroom and its features. We do not access, store, or use any Google user data other than the unique Google identifier for each user.
How We Share Information
The security and privacy of Your Data is Our number one priority. We are in the business of making sure You can leverage Your Data to help students. We are not in the business of selling data. We may share and disclose Your Data in the following limited circumstances:
Vendors: We may share Your Data with third-party vendors, consultants and other service providers who We employ to perform tasks on Our behalf. These vendors are bound by contractual obligations to keep Your Data safe and honor Our privacy commitments to You.
Change of Control: We are committed to protecting Your Data and honoring Our privacy commitments to You, even in the case We join forces with another organization. If a third-party purchases most of Our ownership interests or assets, or We merge with another organization, it is possible We would need to disclose Your Data to the other organization following the transaction in order to continue providing services to You. The new controlling organization will be subject to the same commitments as set forth in this Privacy Notice.
National Security or Law Enforcement: Under certain circumstances, We may be required to disclose Your Data in response to valid requests by public authorities, including to meet national security or law enforcement requirements.
Protection: We may disclose Your Data if We believe a disclosure is necessary to protect Us, You and/or Your Authorized Users including to protect the safety of a child and/or Our Products.
Research: We may share De-Identified Data with educational institutions; applicable governmental departments or entities working under their authority, to support alignment studies and educational research.
Third Parties You Authorize: We may share Your Data with third parties that You have authorized.
Your Data is stored on servers in the United States. The security of Your Data is of the utmost importance to Us.
Data Retention and Destruction
We would hate to lose You as a customer, but if You decide not to renew or You terminate Your Terms of Service with Us, We will remove Your Data from the Products.
Pressto: If You are using the Free-Version of Our Pressto product, We will remove accounts that have been consistently inactive for a period of 13 months. Prior to scheduling Your Data for removal, We will send an email to notify You. If You do not wish for Your account to be removed, please respond within 15 days. If We do not hear back from You within that time period, Your Data will be scheduled for deletion and will be removed from Our primary data storage within 30 days and Our backups within 90 days.
If any applicable laws or regulations require Us to keep any of Your Data, We will only keep it for the period and purpose such law or regulation requires.
We do keep, combine and continue to use De-identified Data or anonymized data across all of Our Products.
Your Data is, and always will remain, Your property and under Your control. We won’t delete, change or divulge any of Your Data except as described in this Privacy Notice.
You are responsible for the content of Your Data. You can retrieve an Authorized User’s information using the Products’ dashboard(s). If You receive a request from a student or a parent/guardian to change or delete any Authorized User data, You can make the changes to the source data within Your systems. The Products refresh data on a regular basis. If We are contacted by students, parents or guardians to request data changes or deletions, We will direct their inquiries to You and abide by Your direction.
Data Protection Legislation
Pressto complies with all applicable Data Protection Legislation. Applicable Data Protection Legislation will control if there is a conflict with this Privacy Notice. As a condition of using the Products, You are responsible for informing Your Authorized Users about this Privacy Notice and obtaining any applicable parental consents as required by applicable Data Protection Legislation.
Your Nevada Privacy Rights
Senate Bill No. 220 (May 29, 2019) amends Chapter 603A of the Nevada Revised Statutes to permit a Nevada consumer to direct an operator of an Internet website or online service to refrain from making any sale of any covered information the operator has collected or will collect about that consumer. You may submit a request pursuant to this directive by emailing Us at email@example.com. We will provide further information about how We verify the
authenticity of the request and Your identity. Once again, We are not in the business of selling data. We are required by law to inform our Nevada customers of their important Nevada-specific privacy rights.
The Products may operate with third-party software and/or services obtained separately by You and authorized by You and/or You may be able to access third-party websites and applications (collectively and individually, “Third Party Services”). While We configure Our Products to work with Third Party Services, We do not endorse and are not responsible for the privacy policies, functionality, or operation of Third Party Services.
If it becomes necessary for Us to change this Privacy Notice, We will post the changes on Our website and do Our best to bring it to Your attention. If that happens, please make sure You review those changes. However, if any laws or regulations change, We will update this Privacy Notice so that We comply with such changes without prior notice. We won’t make any material changes to how We use Your Data without notifying You.
If You have any questions or concerns regarding this Privacy Notice, please send a detailed message to firstname.lastname@example.org.