Terms of Service Addendum for Connecticut
In the event of a conflict between a term and condition of the Terms and this Addendum, this Addendum will supersede. For avoidance of doubt, the limitation of liability provision set forth in the Terms will govern this Addendum. This Addendum incorporates by reference the definitions set forth in Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 10-234aa.
1. All Student Data provided or accessed pursuant to the Agreement are not the property of, nor under the control of, DiscoverVideo.
2. The School shall have access to and the ability to delete Student Data in DiscoverVideo’s possession except in instances where such data is (A) otherwise prohibited from deletion or required to be retained under state or federal law, or (B) stored as a copy as part of a disaster recovery storage system and that is (i) inaccessible to the public, and (ii) unable to be used in the normal course of business by DiscoverVideo.
The School may request the deletion of Student Data at any time through the School Administrator dashboard or by contacting DiscoverVideo and submitting a support ticket.
Contractor will comply with the Board’s request in a commercially reasonable time not to exceed ten (10) business days. This provision shall not require DiscoverVideo to delete information which has been aggregated and de-identified such that it no longer can be used to reasonably identify an individual student. Please note that usually Student Data is kept on the school premises and DiscoverVideo does not have access to such data.
3. DiscoverVideo shall not use Student Data for any purposes other than those authorized pursuant to the Agreement.
4. A student, parent or legal guardian of a student may review personally identifiable information contained in Student Data and correct any erroneous information, if any, by submitting such request to the School. DiscoverVideo will respond Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology Version 1.0 to such requests in accordance with the instructions conveyed by an authorized School representative.
5. DiscoverVideo shall take actions designed to ensure the security and confidentiality of Student Data.
6. DiscoverVideo will notify the School, in accordance with Conn. Gen. Stat. § 10-234dd, when there has been an unauthorized release, disclosure or acquisition of Student Data. Such notification will include the following steps: If there is any disclosure or access to any personally identifiable Student Data under DiscoverVideo’s control by an unauthorized party, DiscoverVideo will promptly notify the School and will use reasonable efforts to cooperate with their investigations of the incident. Because DiscoverVideo is unlikely to maintain the type of personal information necessary to notify affected individuals, the School agrees that it shall be solely responsible for any and all notifications to affected individuals or other third parties that may be required by applicable law. However, at the request of the School and when permissible under applicable law, DiscoverVideo agrees to bear responsibility for the timing, content and method of such required notice on behalf of the School. For clarity and without limitation, DiscoverVideo is not responsible for providing notice and will not indemnify for any notification costs arising from a breach of a third-party application whose service is accessed by the School through the DiscoverVideo system.
7. Student Data shall not be retained or available to DiscoverVideo upon expiration of the Agreement between the DiscoverVideo and the School, except for where data is aggregated and de-identified such that it cannot be used to identify an individual student or a where a student, parent or legal guardian of a student may choose independently to establish or maintain information in a personal account.
8. DiscoverVideo and the School shall each ensure their own compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, 20 U.S.C. § 1232g, as amended from time to time. Connecticut Commission for Educational Technology Version 1.0 9. The laws of the State of Connecticut shall govern the rights and duties of DiscoverVideo and the School.
9. If any provision of the Agreement or the application of the Agreement is held invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the invalidity does not affect other provisions or applications of the Agreement which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application.
or at: Privacy Matters, Discover Video LLC, 101 N. Plains Industrial Road, Wallingford, CT 06492