Tales2Go, the Tales2Go.com website, software downloads and any related services (collectively, "Tales2Go Service"), targets teachers and parents as registered users and subscribers of its audio book and story service. Personally identifiable information the Tales2Go Service seeks to collect is from teachers and parents, e.g., an email address which is used to name an account and allow users to connect multiple iOS devices to a single subscription. Many end users of the Tales2Go Service are children under 13 years of age; an end user being someone who listens to the audio stories available on the service. Typically a teacher or parent will play the Tales2Go Service for their kids on their iOS device, or download Tales2Go on an iOS device a teacher or parent has provided for a child. Tales2Go does not target nor seek to collect any personal identifiable information from children 13 years or younger.
On an opt-in basis, the Tales2Go service will email a weekly newsletter to its users, which promotes the listening of various stories in the library. From time to time, Tales2Go will also send out emails to all registered users for the purpose of notifying them of special offers or information about their account or the Tales2Go Service in general. As any purchase of Tales2Go requires either a credit card or use of a user's iTunes account (which requires a password), Tales2Go believes itself to be in compliance with United States Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
What personally identifiable information do we collect, and how do we use it?
The information we collect currently includes, but is not limited to, the following:
If you want to access Tales2Go on up to five devices—on one account/subscription—you must provide Tales2Go with an e-mail address. We use this registration information to operate our services and monitor user activity. We might ask for or collect additional registration information in the future.
A media access control address (MAC address) is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment. Web servers automatically identify your device by its MAC address. We collect and use your MAC address to operate our services, track your usage of the site and to help diagnose problems with our server.
An internet protocol (IP) address is a unique string of numbers that is assigned to your computer by your internet service provider. Web servers automatically identify your computer by its IP address. We collect and use your IP address to operate our services, track your usage of the site, to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our sites. Your IP address also may be used to gather broad demographic information or for other purposes.
If you register with our site and we offer e-mails with news from us you can elect to receive them (opt-in). Even if you do not elect to receive (or opt-out of receiving) news from us, we may use your e-mail address from time to time to contact you about your account or the Tales2Go service.
Who do we share your personally identifiable information with?
However, we may disclose information you provide if required to do so by law or if we have a good faith belief that disclosure is necessary to (1) comply with the law or with legal process served on us; (2) protect and defend our rights or property; or (3) act in an emergency to protect someone's safety.
As we develop our business, we may buy or sell assets, and, depending upon the transaction, your personally identifiable information may be one of the transferred assets. In the event that we are acquired by another company, your personal information may be part of the assets transferred to the acquiring party.
Can I update my profile?
Yes, you can update your registration data. Click on 'My Account' in the 'More' section of the home screen. Then click on 'Edit' and update or change your information. When finished, click 'Done'.
What else should you know about your privacy?
We have security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. These security measures include a firewall to prevent unauthorized access to our systems. Although we will exercise reasonable care in providing secure transmission of information between your computer and our servers, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information transmitted to us over the Internet and we accept no liability for any unintentional disclosure.
Last Revision: 4/25/2012