Kinjo Children’s Privacy Policy

Last revised: June 23, 2022

Protecting children’s privacy is especially important to us – we’re educators and parents ourselves.

This Children’s Privacy Policy explains our collection, use, disclosure, and parental consent practices with respect to personal information provided by children under the age of 13 (“Child” or “Children”). We do not permit Children to use the Service and do not knowingly collect personal information from Children without the prior consent of a Parent. Terms not defined here are defined in Kinjo’s general Services Privacy Policy or our Terms of Service.


As the parent or legal guardian (“Parent”), by validating and verifying your email address and permitting your Child to use the Service, you consent and agree to the collection, use, disclosure and other processing of your Child’s personal information as described herein. If you have any questions about Kinjo’s privacy philosophy or any of the terms and conditions of this Children’s Privacy Policy, please contact us at


The Kinjo website ( and Parent mobile application are governed by a different Privacy Policy, which you can read here.


  1. What Information does Kinjo Collect from Children and How is it Used?


Kinjo strives to collect the minimal amount of information from Child users necessary to provide the Services. Kinjo collects the following information for the following purposes: 


    • Information Collected During Child Account Creation. Currently, Kinjo accounts for Children under 13 years of age (“Child Accounts”) are created in the following ways: (1) by the Child’s Parent; (2) by the Child themselves:


    • (1) By the Parent: When a Parent sets up a Child Account on behalf of their child, we ask them to provide a unique username and a password. We also ask for the Child’s date of birth and a Parent email address so we may request parental consent. We will not use Parent emails provided this way to market our Services to the Parent unless the Parent has opted into marketing communications or has separately created an account on our Service. We don’t ask for any other personal information when requesting to set up a Child account.

      (2) By the Child user: When a Child user requests to set up their own Child Account, we ask them to provide a unique username and a password. We also ask for the Child’s date of birth and a Parent email address so we may request parental consent. We will not use Parent emails provided this way to market our Services to the Parent unless the Parent has opted into marketing communications or has separately created an account on our Service. We don’t ask Children to enter any other personal information when requesting to set up an account.

      All Child Accounts are linked with the Parent Account.


    • Information Collected from the Child’s Use of and Activities on the Service, including from the Roblox Account Linked to the Service. During the course of providing the Services, we collect information about the user of the Child Account, such as any information and content they post or provide through the Service. This may include comments, questions, messages, and other content or information that Child users generate, transmit, or otherwise make available to Kinjo on the Service. We also may collect communications that we exchange with Child users, including when Child users contact us through the Services, or otherwise. We use this information to operate, maintain and provide the features and functionality of the Services.

      Account, Usage and Activity Information from Roblox. In order to provide the Service, we request that either the Parent or Child user connect their Roblox account to the Service. If a Parent/Child chooses to link their Roblox account, we collect Roblox login credentials, account information, and information associated with Child users’ use of and activities through their Roblox account. For example, we collect the following information from the Parent/Child or directly from the Roblox account linked to the Service: Roblox username, display name, and account ID; friends’ Roblox usernames; and games played on Roblox. Kinjo does not share any Children’s personal information with Roblox.

    • Information Provided to Us by Parents. We may also collect personal information about Child users from Parents of Child users (some of which are optional), such as the Child’s pronoun, first name, strengths, interests and goals on the Service.
    • Usage Information Automatically Collected. When your Child accesses the Service, we automatically collect and store usage information as well as information about the device used by the Child to access the Service. For example, we collect an IP address, location (at the city level), browser type, time spent in the app, language preferences, and other information about the device used to access the Service, such as the device type, model and manufacturer and a unique identifier which allows us to uniquely identify your browser, device, or account, as well as account usage information such as the day/time stamp, referring/exit pages and URLs, pages viewed, and similar information. We may also collect other information from your device(s) or from the app store through which the user downloaded the Kinjo app. This information is typically collected through a variety of tracking technologies, including cookies, web beacons, log files, and similar technology (collectively, “tracking technologies”), and we may use third party providers to collect this information on our behalf.  This data collection is explained in greater detail in our general Privacy Policy.

      We use this information to secure and improve the Service, to provide customized content and information, to remember you when you return to the Service at a later time or using a different device, to improve the Service, to save you time, to provide better technical support, to track website usage and other similar purposes.

  1. How does Kinjo use the Personal Information it collects from Child Users?

In addition to the use cases described above, Kinjo may use the personal information it collects from Child users:

    • To provide the Service and other features and functionality of the Service, including rewards.
    • To operate, maintain and improve the Service.
    • To personalize your experience while using the Service. For instance, we may remember your recent activity so we can recommend appropriate content.
    • For compliance, fraud prevention, technical support and safety.
    • To comply with law, legal process or legal requirement.
    • In the event of a business transaction, such as a merger or acquisition, or in the event of bankruptcy.
    • For other purposes, with a Parent’s consent.
  1. How Does Kinjo Share the Personal Information it Collects from Child Users?

Kinjo may share a Child user’s personal information in the instances described below or as otherwise described in this Children’s Privacy Policy or our Privacy Policy. For additional information on your choices regarding your information, see “How to Access and Delete Your Child’s Information” below.

Kinjo may share or disclose a Child’s personal information as needed to provide our Service or with your consent or permission. For example, we share information with our trusted vendors and third-party service providers and individuals to provide services for us on our behalf, which may include analytics providers and hosting services. We may also share personal information if we have a good-faith belief that access, use, preservation or disclosure of such information is reasonably necessary to (a) satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request; (b) enforce applicable Terms of Service, including investigation of potential violations thereof; (c) detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues; (d) protect the rights, property or personal safety of Kinjo, its users or the public; or (e) as required or permitted by law.

If Kinjo becomes involved in a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy, change of control or any form of sale of some or all of its assets, personal information may be transferred or disclosed in connection with the business transaction, subject to any applicable laws.

We may also share aggregate or de-identified information in a manner that cannot be reasonably used to identify an individual user.

  1. How to Access and Delete Your Child’s Information

Parents may request to review or delete their Child user’s personal information by contacting us at Parents may also refuse to permit further collection of their Child user’s personal information by no longer providing the Child user access to the Services. We may request additional information to confirm that you are the Parent of the Child user when making these requests.

Kinjo will retain the personal information collected from and about the user of the Child Account for as long as necessary to provide the Services and will de-identify or delete the personal information after the termination of the Parent Account in accordance with our standard data retention policy or until we receive a deletion request. To request deletion of personal information of a user of a Child Account at any time, please contact us at

  1. Changes and Updates

We may modify or revise this Children’s Privacy Policy from time to time and will notify you of any changes to this Children’s Privacy Policy by posting the revised Children’s Privacy Policy with an updated date of revision on our website. If we change this Children’s Privacy Policy in a material manner, we will do our best to notify you of the changes by posting a notice on our website. Your continued use of the Service following the effective date of such update constitutes your acceptance of the revised Children’s Privacy Policy.  

  1. Contact Us

If you have questions or concerns about this Children’s Privacy Policy or about our use of information provided by a user of a Child Account, please contact us at:

Kinjo, Inc.

7421 Burnet Rd, PMB 550

Austin, TX 78757-2244