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Child Accounts for Conqueror – FAQ
Child Accounts for Conqueror – FAQ
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Written by Tim Cleaver
Updated over a week ago

Q. Can children participate in Conqueror challenges?

A. Children under the age of 16 can sign up for Conqueror accounts and participate in challenges. Consent from their guardian is required upon registration in order for a child account to be created.

Q. Can children join a Challenge Team or Community?

A. Children can join Teams or Communities as part of completing a Challenge, but are restricted to joining private password-protected Communities and Teams.

Q. Are child profiles public?

A. Profiles for users under the age of 16 are set to private by default, and are not viewable by others. Child accounts cannot be made public, but can be set to “restricted”, which will allow other users in their Team or Community to view the child’s activity and content.

Q. What information is collected from children?

A. Information collected about children is restricted to the necessary minimum for accounts to be created and maintained for participation in Conqueror challenges. This consists of the following:

  • Name

  • Profile picture

  • Country

  • Date of birth

  • Phone number (for delivery purposes)

  • Email address

  • Postal address

  • Connections (e.g. Apple Health, Google Fit) - distance travelled, number of steps, type of activity, duration of activity, third-party app name

  • Anonymous statistical information used to improve our website and applications

  • Posted activity data (i.e. manual posts)

  • Photos or comments added through the app

Q. Is information collected from children used or sold for marketing?

A. Information collected about children is not used or sold on in any form for marketing purposes.

Q. Where can I learn more about how children’s information is protected by Conqueror?

A. Please read our Privacy Notice.

Need more help? Start a live chat on our support page of the App or Email our customer support team.

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