Privacy & Legal
Date of Last Revision: December 14, 2022
Code.org is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (“Code.org”). Our mission is to give every student the opportunity to learn computer science. As a part of that mission, Code.org operates the websites located at https://code.org, https://studio.code.org, https://www.k12cs.org, https://codeprojects.org, https://hourofcode.com, https://curriculum.code.org, https://advocacy.code.org, other websites, information, text, curricula, videos, graphics, photos, APIs, email notifications and other materials and related products and services (the “Services”).
Please read these Terms of Service (“Terms”) carefully before accessing or using the Services. Accessing or using any part of the Services or clicking on an “I Agree” or “Sign Up” button that may be made available to you means that you agree to be bound by these Terms without modification.
These Terms are a legal contract between you (the “User”) and Code.org regarding your use of the Services. In the event these Terms are translated into another language resulting in any potential conflict or ambiguity, the official version of the Terms shall remain the English version. You may use the Services only if you can form a binding contract with Code.org and are not a person barred from receiving the Services under the laws of the United States or other applicable jurisdiction. If you are accepting these Terms and using the Services on behalf of a company, organization, school, government, or other legal entity, you represent and warrant that you are authorized to do so. You may use the Services only in compliance with these Terms and all applicable local, state, national, and international laws, rules and regulations. Note: If you are a teacher creating an account on behalf of your students, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Service on behalf of the educational organization you work for, and are authorized to do so.
These Terms are subject to change. You are agreeing to be bound by such changes if you continue to use the Services after these Terms change, so please check these Terms for changes periodically.
Some Services may be subject to additional posted guidelines, rules or terms of service (“Additional Terms”) and your use of such Services will be conditioned on your agreement to the Additional Terms. If there is any conflict between these Terms and the Additional Terms, the Additional Terms will control for that Service, unless the Additional Terms expressly state that these Terms will control.
If you are an Educator and you register an account for a student who is under the age of 13 (a “Child”), you represent and warrant that you or the educational organization you work for has proper permission to register the Child for Code.org, and that you have obtained the necessary parental consent for Code.org’s collection of the Child’s personal data for the use and benefit of the school and for no other commercial purpose. In addition, you agree to be bound by these Terms on behalf of the educational organization you work for.
If you create an account for Services, you are responsible for the security of your account and for keeping your own password safe. If you are using an account assigned to you by an Educator, your Educator may be able to access and disable your account.
In addition, if you are a student or teacher using Code.org in a primary or secondary school with whom we have entered into a separate agreement that supplements these Terms, such as our Student Data Privacy Addendum, the terms of those separate agreements may also apply.
We help schools be compliant with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) by facilitating a school’s access to student data in response to a request from a parent. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Teachers may contribute educational content, create answers to assessments, create derivative works (e.g., completion of assignments, projects, etc.), and transmit said data and content within the School’s systems through the Services (collectively, “Teacher Content”).
Schools and Users may submit feedback, comments or suggestions for improvements to the Services (in written, oral, or any other form) (“Feedback”).
By submitting or distributing User Content through the Services or directly to Code.org staff, you hereby grant to Code.org a worldwide, non-exclusive, transferable, assignable, fully paid-up, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable right and license to host, transfer, display, perform, reproduce, modify, distribute and redistribute, adapt, prepare derivative works of, use, make, have made, import, and otherwise exploit your User Content (which should not contain any Student’s Personal Information), under all intellectual property rights therein, in whole or in part, in any media formats and through any media channels (now known or hereafter developed).
In addition, by submitting or distributing User Content through the Services, you hereby grant to each user of the Services a non-exclusive license to access and use your User Content.
You hereby grant to Code.org a limited, non-exclusive, sublicensable (as necessary to provide the Services, including distributing Teacher Content), worldwide, royalty-free, and transferable (only to a successor) right and license to:
By uploading, creating, submitting or distributing User Content through the Services, you hereby grant other Users a non-exclusive, transferable (only to a successor), royalty-free right and license to use, reproduce, create derivative works, publicly display and perform any of your User Content that is incorporated into that User's project, provided that Code.org shall not use or distribute your User Content on a stand alone basis if Code.org’s license grant has been terminated as set forth below. The foregoing license and restrictions does not limit Code.org rights under any third party or open source license in which your User Content may be licensed.
In addition to the rights, licenses and privileges referred to above, you agree that Code.org may use and refer to your User Content, first name and screenname that are posted publicly on the Code.org Website and not in private areas of our Service (“Public Content”) (including screenshots) in marketing materials, press releases, financial reports, presentations, website materials, customer lists and other media now known or hereafter discovered in connection with the marketing, advertising and promotion of the Service, and any products, goods, features, capabilities and/or services associated with the Service. This right will continue until your Public Content is deleted; provided however, that any Public Content previously printed in brochures, articles or other marketing materials that Code.org had prepared before any request for deletion was received will continue to be used.
The User Content license above will terminate when you or your School (i) delete any User Content containing intellectual property rights (like images or videos) or personally identifiable information (such as that in Student Data); or (ii) delete your account, unless your User Content has been shared with others, and they have not deleted it. Such termination may not apply to User Content or Teacher Content, including Student Data or in messages sent through Code.org, that may be deemed an “education record” under the Family Education Rights Act (FERPA) or various other student privacy laws, and which a school controls (“Education Record(s)”). We will delete any Education Record upon receiving a valid request for deletion from your school. Please see our FAQ for more information. Additionally, such termination will not affect the license rights granted to other Users to use your User Content if they previously copied your User Content and they have not deleted it. When you or your School delete User Content it is deleted in a manner similar to emptying the recycle or trash bin on a computer. However, you understand that any removed User Content may persist in backup copies for a reasonable period of time following deletion (but will not be available to others). Additionally, you understand and agree that User Content may continue to appear on Code.org, even after you have terminated your account or these Terms of Service, as portions of your User Content may have been copied by other users and/or incorporated into their coding projects.
You are solely responsible for User Content you post to the Services and the consequences of posting or publishing them. By uploading, submitting, creating, or publishing your User Content to or through the Services, you represent, and warrant that: (1) you are the creator and owner of your User Content and that you have the authority to use or have the necessary licenses, rights, consents, and permissions to publish the User Content you submit; (2) your User Content does not and will not: (a) infringe, violate, or misappropriate any third-party right, including any copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, moral right, privacy right, right of publicity, or any other intellectual property or proprietary right or (b) slander, defame, libel, or invade the right of privacy, publicity or other property rights of any other person; and (3) your User Content does not contain any viruses, adware, spyware, worms, or other malicious code.
We reserve the right at all times (but will not have an obligation) to remove or refuse to distribute any User Content on the Website and to suspend or terminate users, without liability to you, in our sole and final discretion. We also reserve the right to access, read, preserve, and disclose any information as we reasonably believe is necessary to (i) satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request, (ii) enforce the Terms, including investigation of potential violations hereof, (iii) detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, (iv) respond to user support requests, or (v) protect the rights, property or safety of Code.org, its users and the public.
Our Services are intended for educational purposes. Although our Services (e.g., App Lab, Game Lab) enable users to create apps and projects with a wide range of functions to learn and explore computer science - including potential multi-user functions - you may not create chat apps or similar multi-user apps to be hosted on the Code.org platform outside of a legitimate classroom context. You also may not create apps that have a commercial purpose or aspect to be hosted on the Code.org platform. We reserve the right at all times (but will not have the obligation) to remove such apps and to suspend or terminate users who violate these terms in this or any other manner.
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Code.org has no obligation to monitor User Content or other materials. You are responsible for evaluating all User Content including for accuracy, completeness and reliability, and you bear all risk of using such User Content. Code.org will not be responsible for any damages that you may incur as a result of the submission or use of any User Content.
Code.org may, but is not obligated to, monitor or review any Services where Educators communicate solely with each other, including but not limited to chat rooms, live chats, bulletin boards or other user forums, and the content of any such communications. You assume the risk of such communications, and Code.org has no liability related to the content or use of any such communications.
Users may include links to third party websites in User Content as long as the content of such websites does not violate these Terms. Clicking on such links is at your sole risk. Code.org is not responsible for the availability or the content of linked websites, including the advertising, products or other materials thereon.
The following table provides an overview of the licenses and restrictions governing Code.org software code, videos, curriculum and tutorial materials, and APIs, as well as data we publish from the Conference Board. More detailed descriptions are provided below.
|Code.org Materials||Governing License and Restrictions|
|Code.org code-base on github||Apache 2.0 license (code-base only; excludes videos, curriculum and tutorial materials, APIs, and other data described below)|
|Code.org videos||Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license (subject to express conditions below)|
|Code.org curriculum and tutorial materials (other than proprietary videos and third-party artwork)||Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 licence (subject to express conditions below)|
|Celebrity and other video and tutorial “cast” members’ likenesses and names||Not Applicable. Can be used only as incorporated into Code.org materials|
|Artwork in Code.org tutorials (including third-party artwork or any other IP licensed to Code.org)||Not Applicable. Can be used only as incorporated into Code.org materials|
|JSON API||Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 4.0 licence (subject to express conditions below)|
|Code.org trademarks||Not Applicable. Require express written permission from Code.org|
The code powering Code.org’s websites and tutorials is governed by an open source Apache License which is posted as part of the source code repository in github.
Code.org’s library of videos is governed by and licensed to you for use under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Unported License. More information about this license can be found at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/. Code.org videos may be redistributed freely on the express conditions that: (1) the videos are redistributed AS-IS in their entirety, using the embedded video player provided, or by downloading the original video file IF a download link is provided, and with clear attribution to Code.org; (2) the videos are not incorporated into any mashups; (3) the videos are used for computer science education purposes; (4) the use of the video does not constitute an endorsement of a 3rd party brand, service or product; and (5) if access to such redistributed Content or Services is provided free of charge.
The celebrities and video “cast“ members appearing in Code.org tutorials and videos reserve all rights to their likeness and name. By allowing you to redistribute these videos or tutorials AS-IS, Code.org does not grant any additional rights to use of the likeness or name of these individuals.
The artwork used in our tutorials is copyrighted and use of these tutorials does not grant you any rights to use the artwork in any other manner. Plants vs. Zombies are © 2022 Electronic Arts Inc. Plants vs. Zombies and PopCap are trademarks of Electronic Arts Inc. Angry Birds are © 2022 Rovio Entertainment Ltd. Angry Birds is a trademark of Rovio Entertainment Ltd. Scrat and Ice Age are trademarks and © Twentieth Century Fox Licensing and Merchandising. Frozen is a trademark and © 2022 Disney. Star Wars is a trademark and © 2022 Lucasfilm and Disney. Minecraft is a trademark and © 2022 Microsoft. The Amazing World of Gumball is a trademark and © 2022 Cartoon Network. DreamWorks The Bad Guys © 2022 DreamWorks Animation LLC.
Other than the proprietary videos and artwork mentioned above, all curriculum and tutorial materials developed by Code.org are licensed to you for use under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Unported License. More information about this license can be found at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/. Code.org grants you a non-exclusive, transferable, non-sublicensable, limited right and license to access, view, use, and display the Code.org curriculum and tutorial materials. The Code.org curriculum and tutorial materials may only be used for noncommercial, computer science educational purposes. You may use these Code.org resources in a classroom where you charge students a fee to cover such costs as instructor compensation, venue, snacks, etc., so long as you do not represent the Code.org resources as your own creation or restrict access to the resources behind a paywall. Except as set forth above, you may not otherwise use Code.org materials for commercial purposes. If you are interested in licensing Code.org materials for commercial purposes, contact us.
The Code.org JSON API and database of schools is also licensed via the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Unported License. More information about this license can be found at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/, which means you are free to use the data to make derivative works, as long as you give Code.org attribution.
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