Protecting Children’s Privacy Under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
In order to for your child attend the Born to Draw Virtual Online Classes parents need to register and fill out and return the Registration form that allows their children to attend the online art classes. This is a strict rule that conforms to the law in order to retain compliance and integrity for the Born to Draw program, in order to lawfully obtain your email link and allow you access into the classroom. Please follow the directions on the Virtual Art Room page. Please be sure to read our Privacy Rules.
Protecting your children is our responsibility, as well as, protecting the privacy of our client’s information.
This video outlines five key changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule that our business needs to follow and parents need to know about. The revised rule expands who’s covered by COPPA, puts additional protections in place, and streamlines other procedures companies must follow. This is why we must have the written consent from the parents of children to be able to allow them to participate in online drawing classes. Rules will be posted in the classes under Notes for parents and children to download. The rules outline how to use the platform and the behavior, manners and respect that everyone in the classroom is expected to follow.
Most of all the classes are intended to enhance the students skills and abilities to draw and learn creative problem solving skills through visual learning.
Elaine Cimino Studios, LLC, advocates for privacy and safety for all on the Internet and in everyday life.