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Children's Privacy Disclosure

This disclosure and the PCCP Privacy Policy describe how we handle personal information we collect from children under the age of 13 ("child" or "children"). 

What Personal Information Does PCCP Collect From Children?

We offer some services intended for children, and in some cases we may know a child is using our services (for example, when a minor is using services under the supervision of a parent or guardian). In these situations, children may share and we may collect personal information that requires verifiable parental consent under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (collectively, "Child Personal Information"). Child Personal Information could include, for example, name, birthdate, contact information (including phone numbers and e-mail addresses), voice, photos, videos, location, certain activity and device information, and certain other types of information described in our Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Policy also describes information we collect that is not Child Personal Information.

How Does PCCP Use Child Personal Information?

We use Child Personal Information to provide and improve our services, including personalizing offerings and recommendations for children, communicating information, enforcing parental controls, and giving parents visibility into how their children use our services. We will not serve interest-based ads to your child when they are using a PCCP child profile.

Does PCCP Share Child Personal Information?

We share Child Personal Information only as described in our Privacy Policy. Your child may be able to share information publicly and with others depending on the services used.

What About Information Collected By Third Parties?

This disclosure does not apply to the practices of any third-party services (including apps, skills, and websites) that may be accessed through a PCCP product or service. Before using any third-party service, you should review the applicable terms and policies to determine their appropriateness for your child, including the service’s data collection and use practices.