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Personally Identifiable Information
Protect passwords and student account information. Teach students how to create usernames that don't reveal private information. Here are some items that the Common Sense Education curriculum teaches students to keep private, this information is sometimes referred to as PII, Personally Identifiable Information:
  • Full Name
  • Street Address
  • Name of School
  • School Address
  • Email Address
  • Phone Numbers
  • Passwords
  • Cell Phone Numbers
  • Mother’s Maiden Name
  • Family Names
  • Parent’s Place of Work
  • Photo’s
  • Credit Card Numbers
  • Social Security Numbers

The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, COPPA, specifically prohibits website and app creators from collecting the following information from children under 13:
  • First and last name;
  • A home or other physical address including street name and name of a city or town;
  • Online contact information;
  • A screen or user name that functions as online contact information;
  • A telephone number;
  • A social security number;
  • A persistent identifier that can be used to recognize a user over time and across different websites or online services;
  • A photograph, video, or audio file, where such file contains a child’s image or voice;
  • Geolocation information sufficient to identify street name and name of a city or town; or
  • Information concerning the child or the parents of that child that the operator collects online from the child and combines with an identifier described above.
  • More information about COPPA
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals, COPPA in the Classroom
  • Federal Trade Commission, Complying with COPPA FAQS
  • iKeepSafe COPPA 101
  • iKeepSafe Road Map for Schools

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