Zui.com is the Internet built for kids and features the best child-appropriate games and videos organized for kids to easily find and enjoy.
At Zui.com, we take the privacy of every child seriously, and we do not collect or store any personal information without first getting permission from parents.
Although Zui.com features content from third-party sites, we strive to only feature content which adheres to best practices in keeping kids safe. While we make every reasonable effort to ensure that the content we feature is safe and privacy-friendly, we make no claims, do not guarantee and accept no responsibility for the third-party content which we feature or link to on Zui.com.
Zui.com’s editorial policy is rigorous and exists to only feature content which is fun and safe for all kids. Through our patented process, we use a combination of technology and human review to ensure that the content we feature meets our high standards.
1. Do we collect information from you to use or register on our site?
Registration for Zui.com is not required. Kids can use and enjoy the site anonymously. However, we do provide the option of registering so that users can store favorite content and get access to additional features. If a child chooses to register on Zui.com, we ask for a limited amount of information, such as a user name, password, and parent email address. Once a child is registered, we use this information to:
- allow kids to save avatars created on the site;
- allow kids to store favorites and save content for easy viewing later;
- enable kids to add friends within the system (based on usernames only), and then share Zui content with those friends (note: there is no open messaging within Zui); and,
- keep parents informed about their child’s account, including sending out password reset emails (when requested) and news updates from Zui.com;
2. What types of community or social features do we offer you on our site and how do we keep these areas safe?
The award-winning Zui.com does not allow for open messaging between its users, nor does it allow for the use of third party social networks for children under the age of 13. For those Zui.com users 13 and older, we may provide the ability to post to or share via Facebook and Twitter as a means of convenience.
While Zui.com does allow its users to “rate” content, we do not currently provide users the ability to upload user- generated content to the site.
We also offer a blog accessible from Zui.com, although this feature is mainly intended for parents and pre-moderates all user comments before they are published.
3. Do we offer other features on our site that ask you to provide information?
We do ask users to provide us with information to help improve the overall experience of the site. We do so by providing the ability for users to send us feedback and suggestions through a widget form. We do not ask for any personal information on this form.
Additionally, on occasion, we may run contests or polls created by us or by third-party partners and/or advertisers. In the event that we collect and store any personal information as part of these activities, we will first ask for parental permission (if necessary).
4. Do we collect information from you using cookies or other web technologies?
Zui.com uses third-party analytics software which tracks IP addresses to provide us with information such as the geographic origin of our users, the number of unique users who access the site, and other site navigation information. To opt-out from this type of tracking, please use the links below:
5. Do we have advertisements or e-commerce on our site?
Zui.com is ad-supported and we hold our advertisers to the same high editorial standards as all content providers on our site. We take numerous steps to ensure that such advertising is interesting for children and we follow best practices to help ensure the advertising is safe and only leads to additional safe content, when linkable.
Ads served on Zui.com are both general kid-relevant advertising as well as contextual ads, which may be placed next to or within content, which has similar subject matter.
For ads shown on Zui.com, we explicitly add a title to those ads making it clear that those are advertisements.
Zui.com does not serve behaviorally-targeted ads and does not currently offer e-commerce on the site.
6. With whom do we share your information?
We do not share any personal information on specific users with independent third parties. We may, however, share personal information about our users, as necessary, with third party service providers that help us run the site or perform certain functions on our behalf. These providers are prohibited from using any personal information we share with them for their own benefit.
We may also share non-personal information about our users with third parties for partnership and advertising purposes. Such data is only shared in aggregate to provide partners and advertisers with information on the geographic origin of our users and other basic aggregate information related to our total user base.
Finally, Zui.com may disclose user information, including personal information, in order to respond to a subpoena, court order, law enforcement request, user safety issue, or as otherwise required by law. Your information may also be transferred to a third party in the event Zui.com files for bankruptcy or is involved in an acquisition, merger, sale, corporate reorganization, bankruptcy proceeding, or other similar event.
7. How do we keep your information secure?
In general, we do not collect sensitive information on Zui.com, and we limit the information we do collect to mostly anonymous data (e.g., username, site usage data, etc.). If we do collect any personal information (such as email address), we only collect the amount of data we reasonably need to provide the requested activity.
If we store any information you give us during registration, this information in stored in secure operating environments, which include the use of firewall-protected servers. We also limit access to your account information to employees who have a need to know, and require users to login with their unique login details (i.e., username and password) before granting them access to their account.
Despite these measures, no method of security is 100 percent secure and therefore we cannot guarantee the absolute security of your data.
8. What types of parental controls do we offer parents?
Parents always have the option to disable their child’s Zui.com account or view or request the deletion of the parent email address associated with the child’s account. You may also request that we discontinue further collection or use of your child’s personal information (if we have any on file). To make any such requests, please use the contact information in the section below. We may require you to verify your child’s login details (i.e., username and password) and/or send us an email from the parent email account on file before honoring any such requests.
Please note that if you deactivate your child’s account or delete the parent email address associated with your child’s account, these actions may result in the permanent termination of your child’s account, as well as any points or achievements earned under that account.
9. How can you contact us with privacy questions or concerns?
Zui.com can be contacted at:
4350 Executive Drive, Suite 300
San Diego, CA 92121