The Juice Privacy Policy

Last Modified: January 29, 2024

1. Introduction

Your privacy and your understanding of how your Personal Information (as defined below) is collected, processed, shared, and used is important to us. We are committed to protecting the Personal Information you share with us. This privacy policy (this “Privacy Policy”) applies to information that we, The Juice LLC (referred to in this Privacy Policy as “The Juice,” “we,” “us,” “our” and other similar pronouns) collect through our websites (each such website, a “Service”) from all users of the Services, including teachers, parents, administrators, and paraprofessionals who are 13 years of age or older (“you” and “your”). For information about our collection, use, or disclosure of Personal Information of children under 13 years of age, please see Section 13.c. entitled Children Under the Age of 13, below. This Privacy Policy explains the types of information we collect through the Services, how we will use and disclose the information once it is collected, and how you can opt-out of some uses and disclosures of your information. By using any of the Services, you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy as applied to those Services, including changes made to the Privacy Policy as described under the heading “Changes to this Privacy Policy” below.

2. Important Notice for Teachers, Administrators, and Other School-Based Users

When our Services are used by a provider of educational services, such as a school, a school district, an administrator, a charter management organization, a state or national department of education, a teacher, or any other authorized school-based user (collectively, “Schools”) for educational purposes, we collect and process Personal Information about students (“Student Data”) for and on behalf of the Schools. Our collection and use of Student Data is governed by our contracts with the Schools, as well as by applicable student privacy laws such as The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (“FERPA”), The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 and its rules (collectively, “COPPA”), and state student data privacy laws. If you were given access to the Services by the School with which you are affiliated, this Policy does not govern how your school might collect, use, or disclose your information. Please consult with your School for more information about their privacy policies and practices, including your School’s collection, use, or disclosure of your Personal Information. In addition to reviewing this Policy, please also see Section 13 below for our Student Data Privacy Policy to learn more about how we collect, store, use and protect Student Data.

3. What information is collected through our Service?

 a.  User-Provided Information

During your use of a Service you may voluntarily and directly provide us, or your school may provide us, with Personal Information, such as your name, e-mail addresses, your activities, including browsing and transaction history, or other information that could be used to identify you as an individual or allow someone to contact you, as well as any information associated with such personal information (collectively, “Personal Information”). Please note that this Privacy Policy does not apply to information: (i) that you may provide to us, or that we may obtain, outside the Services, such as over the phone, by mail, or in person, or (ii) that you may provide to a third party that we do not own, control, manage, or employ, including any advertisers that may advertise on our website.

b. Location Data

When using our Services from a mobile device (a “Mobile Service”), you may choose (using your device’s location settings) to share the geographic location of your device with us. We may use your location information to customize Services for you in other ways. Your device location may be transmitted to us any time that a Mobile Service is running (even if you are not actively using the application or it is running in the background on your device). Your device may continue to transmit its location information to us until you change your settings to stop sharing location information.

If you set your device to not transmit location information to us, certain features may not be available or their functions may be limited. You should also know that turning off location sharing only prevents your device from sharing its precise location. Your network service provider may still provide coarse location information (based on access points you have connected to, for example). The information provided varies by service provider. You should check with your own provider to find out what information is provided and if there are ways for you to limit it.

c. Service Usage Information

As is typical of many websites and mobile applications, our Services automatically collect certain information when you use them. Such information includes, for example, your “IP address” (which we may associate with your domain name or that of your Internet access provider or wireless carrier, and your general location), information about your computer or mobile device, a unique ID number associated with your device or other unique identifiers such as advertising identifiers (e.g., “ad-ID” or “IDFA”), web browser, and operating system information, the language your computer or device is set to, wireless connections you are using, the referring page that linked you to us, general information about your usage of our Services, the pages, content or ads you see or click on during your use and when and for how long you do so, and the next website you visit when you leave our website, and any search terms you have entered on our Services or a referral site.

Among other things, this information enables us to generate analytics reports on the usage of our Service.

In addition, we may deploy various tracking technologies through our Services to collect additional information about your use. For example:

  • We may use cookies or local shared objects, such as “Flash cookies.” Additional information regarding our use of cookies and local shared objects is set forth in our Cookie Policy (which is incorporated herein).
  • HTML5 may be used to store information on your computer or device about your Service usage activities. This information can be retrieved by us to determine how our Services are being used by our visitors, how it can be improved, and to customize it for our users.
  • A pixel tag (also known as a “clear GIF” or “web beacon”) is a tiny image – typically just one-pixel – that can be placed in an online page or electronic communications to you in order to help us measure the effectiveness of our content by, for example, counting the number of individuals who visit us online or verifying whether you’ve opened one of our emails or seen one of our articles.

These tracking technologies may be deployed by us and/or by our service providers or partners on our behalf. These technologies enable us to assign a unique number to your computer or device, and relate information about your use of the Services to other information about you, including your Personal Information. These technologies also enable us to recognize you when you access our Service using different web browsers or devices.

4. How is your information used?

We or our service providers may use the information we collect from and about you to perform the following business functions:

  • administering our Services
  • enabling users to use our Services and their features
  • localizing the content and articles that are displayed to you based on your geographical location
  • responding to your requests, questions, and concerns
  • market research
  • improving or developing new features and offerings in our Services
  • sending you marketing and other communications, including information about products, services, and events, of ours and of others, that we think might interest you
  • protecting our rights and property
  • customizing our Services to your interests and history with us
  • tailoring ads displayed to you in our Services and elsewhere to your interests and history with us
  • other purposes disclosed when personal information is submitted to us

To perform the above functions, we may match information collected from you through different means or at different times, including both Personal Information and information about your use of the Services, and use such information along with information obtained from other sources (including third parties) such as demographic information and updated contact information. We or our service providers may also use your information to assess the level of interest in, and use of, our Service, our e-mails, and our other messaging campaigns both on an individual basis and in the aggregate.

5. External Platforms

We may maintain a presence on social media and other external platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. We may occasionally incorporate certain third party social networking features into our Service. This Privacy Policy applies to our use of information you submit to us there, but it does not apply to what those third party platforms do with your information.

Our Services may allow you to share information with us that you have already provided to a third party social networking platform. Social networks and other external platforms have their own privacy policies which explain how they will use, protect and share your information, including any information you share on those platforms from our Service, and we encourage you to read them. The information we receive from these platforms may depend on your privacy settings. Any such information that we obtain will remain subject to that third party’s privacy policy and we will use any such information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

We may also include tools on our Services that allow you to share and/or publicly post articles, content or information from our Services to your profile on a third party social network. You may choose to share information about your activities on the Service with such third party platforms and its users, including publishing your information about what content you may have viewed on our Services. If you visit a Service while logged into certain social media platforms, the social media platform may be able to identify your browser and associate the technical information provided by your web browser with other information that they have already collected about you, which may result in their ability to identify you. In addition, when you choose to share information about your activities on the Service with certain social media platforms, we may send technical information about you to that platform as well as information about what content you are viewing.

6. Do we share Personal Information and Service Usage Information with others?

Yes, for the limited purposes described below. We may share your information:

  • with third parties who need your information in order to provide services to us (or on our behalf),
  • when we believe in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights or property, protect your safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud or respond to a government, law enforcement, judicial or other legal request, or to comply with the law,
  • in connection with a corporate change or dissolution, including for example a merger, acquisition, reorganization, consolidation, bankruptcy, liquidation, sale of assets or wind down of business.

The Services may also contain certain co-sponsored content and you may be requested to provide additional Personal Information to the co-sponsor of such content. We will disclose to you when you are submitting Personal Information to co-sponsors. The information practices of any third party co-sponsors are governed by their own privacy policies and are not covered by this Privacy Policy.

In addition, what you voluntarily post to public areas of our Service will often be readily available to other Service users. Finally, we may share non-personally identifiable, aggregated, or otherwise anonymized information about usage of the Services (including aggregate data) with others, for their own use, in a form that does not include your name or contact information, and does not reasonably identify you directly as an individual.

7. Third-Party Ad Servers and Networks

We may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our Service.

When you view an advertisement, whether or not you click on it, the advertiser, advertising technology companies, and service providers that perform advertising-related services for us and our business partners may collect some information from or about you. These companies may use information about your visits to this and other online properties or mobile applications, the region of the country or world where your IP address indicates you are located, as well as other information about you in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. These advertisements may appear in our Services and on other online properties or mobile applications. These companies may employ cookies, clear GIFs and other tracking technologies to cause relevant ads to be displayed to you. The information practices of these third parties are governed by their own privacy policies and are not covered by this Privacy Policy. We encourage you to read these businesses’ privacy policies to learn about how they treat your information.

For more information about third-party advertisers and how to prevent them from using your information, visit the Digital Advertising Alliance’s site at the Network Advertising Initiative’s site at However, if you opt-out we may still suggest offerings (including content sponsored by third-parties) to you on our Service based on your history or your account preferences.

8. Use of Cookies

By using or accessing the Services, you are consenting to our use of Cookies, as hereinafter defined, as follows:

Cookies” are text-only pieces of information that the Services transfer to an individual’s hard drive, mobile device, or other website-browsing equipment to help us make the Services function properly, make it more secure, to provide a better user experience, and for recordkeeping purposes. Cookies allow the Services to remember important information that will make your use of the site more convenient. A Cookie will typically contain the name of the domain from which the Cookie has come, the “lifetime” of the Cookie, and a randomly generated unique identifying number or other value signifier. Like most websites, we use Cookies for a variety of purposes in order to improve your online experience, for analytics, and for marketing, but specifically, we use Cookies through the Services for the following purposes:

  1. Analytical Purposes: We use Cookies to analyze user activity in order to improve the Services. For example, using Cookies, we can look at aggregate patterns like the average number of articles users read. WE can use such analysis to gain insights about how to improve the functionality and user experience of the Services.
  2. Your Preferences: As we add functionality to our Services, we will use Cookies to store certain user preferences with respect to your use of our Services. For example, we might store recent searches you have performed to allow you to easily repeat those searches when you return, or your reading history to allow you to easily recall which links you have clicked and which you have not.
  3. Marketing: We use Cookies from third-party partners such as Google for marketing purposes. These Cookies allow us to display our promotional material to you on other sites you visit across the Internet.

You can change your cookie preferences any time by clicking the Cookie button in the bottom left corner of the any page of the Services. This will let you revisit the Cookie consent box and change your preferences or withdraw your consent immediately.

In addition to this, different browsers provide different methods to block and delete Cookies used by websites. You can change the settings of your browser to block or delete Cookies. Listed below are the links to the support documents on how to manage and delete Cookies from certain widely used web browsers.

Google Chrome:

Apple Safari:

Mozilla Firefox:

Microsoft Internet Explorer:

If you are using any other web browser, please visit your browser’s official support documents.

9. Google Analytics

We utilize Google Analytics for our web analytics. You can learn more about how Google uses information gathered through the Services by visiting You can opt out of your usage data being included in our Google Analytics reports by visiting The Google Analytics opt-out mechanisms do not prevent data from being sent to us or in other ways to other web analytics services.

10. Do Not Track Disclosures

Some web browsers may transmit “do-not-track” (DNT) signals to mobile applications with which the user communicates. We currently do not change our tracking practices (which are explained in more detail under “Service Usage Information” above) in response to DNT settings in your web browser.

Our third party partners, such as web analytics companies and third party ad networks, may collect information about your online activities over time and across our Service and other online properties. These third parties may not change their tracking practices in response to DNT settings in your web browser and we do not obligate these parties to honor DNT settings.

11. Security

While we endeavor to protect the security and integrity of sensitive Personal Information collected via our Service, due to the inherent nature of the Internet as an open global communications vehicle, we cannot guarantee that any information, during transmission through the Internet or while stored on our system or otherwise in our care, will be absolutely safe from intrusion by others, such as hackers.

If you correspond with us by e-mail, text message, or using a “Contact Us” feature on our Service, you should be aware that your transmission might not be secure. A third party could view the information you send in transit by such means. We will have no liability for disclosure of your information due to errors or unauthorized acts of third parties during or after transmission.

If we believe that the security of your Personal Information in our care may have been compromised, we may seek to notify you of that development. If a notification is appropriate, we will endeavor to notify you as promptly as possible under the circumstances. If we have your e-mail address, we may notify you by e-mail. You consent to our use of e-mail as a means of such notification.

12. “Linked-To” Sites

Our Service may contain links, banners, widgets or advertisements that lead to third party websites. We are not responsible for these other websites, and so their posted privacy policies (not this Privacy Policy) will govern the collection and use of your information on them. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of websites visited after leaving our Service to learn about how your information is treated by others.

13. Student Data Privacy Policy

When our services are used by Schools, we collect and process Student Data for and on behalf of those Schools. Our collection and use of Student Data is governed by our bilateral agreements between us and the Schools (including, to the extent applicable, our Terms of Use, which can be found at: and by applicable student and child privacy laws such as FERPA, COPPA, and state student data privacy laws. Often, those bilateral agreements between us and Schools contain additional student data privacy protections beyond what is contained in this Privacy Policy. This Section 13, our Student Data Privacy Policy sets forth the general principles we apply to our collection and use of Student Data. In the event of any conflict between the School contract and the practices set forth in this Student Data Privacy Policy, the School contract shall control. Please contact your School if you have any questions about the School’s privacy practices.

a. To whom does this Student Data Privacy Policy apply?

This Student Data Privacy Policy addresses how we collect, protect, process, and use Personal Information from or about students, including children under 13 years of age, in connection with the provision of our Services to a School.

b. Student Privacy Pledge

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Privacy Policy or our Terms of Use (which can be found at:, unless otherwise agreed in a bilateral agreement with a School, with respect to Student Data, at a minimum, we commit to the following:

  1. We will not collect, maintain, use or share Student Data beyond that needed for authorized educational or school purposes, or as otherwise authorized by the parent or student.
  2. We will not sell Student Data.
  3. We will not use or disclose student information collected through an educational or school service (whether Student Data or otherwise) for behavioral targeting of advertisements to students.
  4. We will not build a personal profile of a student other than for supporting authorized educational or school purposes or as authorized by the parent or student.
  5. We will not make material changes to our privacy policies pertaining to our use of Student Data without first providing prominent notice to the users and/or account holder(s) (i.e., the School, or the parent or student if the information is collected directly from the student with parent consent) and allowing them choices before data is used in any manner inconsistent with terms they were initially provided; and not make material changes to other policies or practices governing the use of Student Data that are inconsistent with contractual requirements.
  6. We will not knowingly retain Student Data beyond the time period required to support the authorized educational or other school purposes, or as authorized by the parent or student.
  7. We will collect, use, share, and retain Student Data only for purposes for which we were authorized by the School or the parent or Student, if 13 years of age or older.
  8. We will disclose clearly in contracts and privacy policies, including in a manner easy for Schools and parents to find and understand, what types of Student Data we collect, if any, and the purposes for which the information we maintain is used or shared with third parties.
  9. We will support access to and correction of Student Data by the student or their authorized parent, either by assisting the School in meeting its requirements or directly when the information is collected directly from the student with student or parent consent.
  10. We will maintain a comprehensive security program that is reasonably designed to protect the security, confidentiality, and integrity of Student Data against risks – such as unauthorized access or use, or unintended or inappropriate disclosure – through the use of administrative, technological, and physical safeguards appropriate to the sensitivity of the information.
  11. We will provide resources to support Schools, or parents or students to protect the security and privacy of Student Data while using the Services.
  12. We will require that our vendors with whom Student Data is shared in order to deliver the educational service, if any, are obligated to follow these same commitments for the given Student Data.
  13. We will allow a successor entity to maintain the Student Data, in the case of our merger or acquisition by another entity, provided the successor entity is subject to these same commitments for the previously collected Student Data.
  14. We will incorporate privacy and security when developing or improving our educational products, tools, and services and comply with applicable laws.

c. Children Under the Age of 13

 a. Introduction

We do not permit children under 13 years of age to create an account and do not knowingly collect personal information from any child under 13 years of age unless the child is provided access to the Services by the child’s School. We rely on the School to provide the Personal Information of all its Students, including those under 13 years of age, to which COPPA would not apply, or the appropriate consent for us to collect Personal Information from a student under 13 years of age for the use and benefit of the School and for no other commercial purpose, as permitted by COPPA.

COPPA requires us to inform parents and legal guardians (as used in this section, “parents”) about our practices for collecting, using, and disclosing personal information from children under the age of 13 (”children”). It also requires us to obtain verifiable consent from a child’s parent for certain collection, use, and disclosure of the child’s personal information.

This section notifies parents of:

  • The types of information we may collect from children.
  • How we use the information we collect.
  • Our practices for disclosing that information.
  • Our practices for notifying and obtaining parents’ consent when we collect personal information from children, including how a parent may revoke consent.
  • All operators that collect or maintain information from children through this website.

This section only applies to children under the age of 13 and supplements the other provisions of this privacy policy. Only the other provisions of this privacy policy applies to teens and adults.

b. Information We Collect from Children

Children can access many parts of this website and its content and use many of its features without providing us with personal information. We use certain technologies, such as cookies, to automatically collect information from our users (including children) when they visit or use this website.

We only collect as much information about a child as is reasonably necessary for the child to participate in an activity, and we do not condition his or her participation on the disclosure of more personal information than is reasonably necessary.

c. Automatic Information Collection and Tracking

We use technology to automatically collect information from our users, including children, when they access and navigate through our website and use certain of its features. The information we collect through these technologies may include:

  • One or more persistent identifiers that can be used to recognize a user over time and across different websites and online services.
  • Information that identifies a device’s location (geolocation information).

For information about our automatic information collection practices, including how you can opt out of certain information collection, see the “Use of Cookies” section of this Privacy Policy.

d. How We Use Your Child’s Information

We use the information we collect automatically through technology (see Automatic Information Collection and Tracking) and other non-personal information we collect to improve our website and to deliver a better and more personalized experience by enabling us to:

  • Estimate our audience size and usage patterns.
  • Store information about the child’s preferences, allowing us to customize the content according to individual interests.
  • Speed up your searches.

We use geolocation information we collect to improve our service offerings by enabling us to understand geographic concentrations of interest in our services.

e. Our Practices for Disclosing Children’s Information

We do not share, sell, rent, or transfer children’s personal information other than as described in this section.

We may disclose aggregated information about many of our users that does not identify any individual or device. In addition, we may disclose children’s personal information:

  • To third parties we use to support the internal operations of our website and who are bound by contractual or other obligations to use the information only for such purpose and to keep the information confidential.
  • If we are required to do so by law or legal process, such as to comply with any court order or subpoena or to respond to any government or regulatory request.
  • If we believe disclosure is necessary or appropriate to protect the rights, property, or safety of The Juice, our customers or others, including to:
    • protect the safety of a child;
    • protect the safety and security of the website; or
    • enable us to take precautions against liability.
  • To law enforcement agencies or for an investigation related to public safety.

In addition, if we are involved in a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of The Juice’s assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceeding or event, we may transfer the personal information we have collected or maintain to the buyer or other successor.

14. De-Identified Student Data

We may collect and use de-identified data to operate, analyze, improve, market or develop the Services, other educational purposes, and to demonstrate the effectiveness of our Services. De-identified data means data from which all personally identifiable information, including direct and indirect identifiers, has been permanently removed or obscured so that the remaining information does not reasonably identify an individual and there is no reasonable basis to believe that the information can be used to identify an individual. If we share or publicly disclose de-identified data, that data will be aggregated or anonymized to reasonably avoid identification of a specific School or individual student.

15. Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time. When we do, we will let you know by posting the changed Privacy Policy on this page with a new “Last Updated” date. In some cases (for example, if we significantly expand our use or sharing of your Personal Information), we may also tell you about changes by additional means, such as by sending an e-mail to the e-mail address we have on file for you.

16. Contact Us

If you have any questions or comments regarding our privacy practices, you may contact us at:

The Juice LLC
3725 Leafy Way
Miami, Florida, 33133