Terms of Use

Let's build the Tabschool most trusted & reliable learning software

Our innovation is what drives our shared success, but with it comes responsibility. These Terms & Policies, ensure that together we continue to deliver
the world's most innovative and trusted content & learning experience. We invite you to explore our policie.

We don’t allow content that depict or facilitate gratuitous violence or other dangerous activities.

Here are some examples of common violations:

  • Graphic depictions or descriptions of realistic violence or violent threats to any person or animal.
  • Terrorist groups documenting their attacks.
  • Instructions for engaging in violent activities, including bomb- or weapon-making.
  • Instructions on how to commit suicide.
  • Content that promote self harm

We don’t allow apps that contain or facilitate threats, harassment, or bullying.

Here are some examples of common violations:

  • User Generated Content (UGC) that lack sufficient safeguards against threats, harassment, or bullying, particularly toward minors.
  • Posts, comments, or photos within an Content or feed that are primarily intended to harass or single out another person for abuse, malicious attack, or ridicule

We don’t allow content or services that facilitate any type of online gambling.

  • Tabschool does not display a gambling content to individuals known to be under the age of 18 and to students of all ages.
  • Tabschool is a part of the Designed for Families program

We don’t allow content that facilitate or promote illegal activities.

Here are some examples of common violations:

  • Facilitating the sale or purchase of illegal drugs or prescription drugs without a prescription.
  • Depicting or encouraging the use or sale of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco by minors.
  • Instructions for growing or manufacturing illegal drugs.
  • We don't allow content that advocate against groups of people based on their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • We don't allow content that lack reasonable sensitivity towards or capitalize on a natural disaster, atrocity, conflict, death, or other tragic event.
  • Tabschool has a zero-tolerance policy against child sexual abuse imagery. If we become aware of content with child sexual abuse imagery, we will report it to the appropriate authorities and delete the Tabschool Accounts of those involved with the distribution.
  • Depictions of sex acts or sexually suggestive poses.
  • Promotional images of sex toys.
  • Promoting sexually explicit user-generated content.
  • Content that depicts, describes, or encourages bestiality.
  • Content that promote escort services or other services that may be interpreted as providing sexual acts in exchange for compensation.

We don’t allow Content or Educator accounts that impersonate other entities, brands, or otherwise infringe on intellectual property rights of others (including trademark, copyright, patent, trade secret, and other proprietary rights). We also don’t allow content that encourage or induce infringement of intellectual property rights.

We will respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement.

If you are a trademark owner and you believe there is an content on Tabschool Library or on Classfeed that infringes on your trademark rights, we encourage you to reach out to the concerned party directly to resolve your concern. If you are unable to reach a resolution with the concerned party, please submit a trademark complaint through this form.

If you have written documentation proving that you have permission to use a third party's intellectual property in your content or classfeed (such as brand names, logos and graphic assets), contact the Tabschool team in advance of your submission to ensure that yourcontent is not rejected for an Impersonation or Intellectual Property violation.

We don’t allow content that spam users or the classfeed, such as content that send users unsolicited messages or apps that are duplicative and low-quality.

We don’t allow content that infringe copyright. Modifying copyrighted content may still lead to a violation. Educatord and Content developers may be required to provide evidence of their rights to use copyrighted content. In general, the safest approach is to create something that’s original.

Here are some examples of copyrighted content that is often used without authorization or a legally valid reason:

  • Cover art for music albums, video games, and books.
  • Marketing images from movies, television, or video games.
  • Artwork or images from comic books, cartoons, movies, music videos, or television.
  • College and professional sports team logos.
  • Photos taken from a public figure’s social media account.
  • Professional images of public figures.
  • Reproductions or “fan art” indistinguishable from the original work under copyright.
  • Full reproductions or translations of books that are not in the public domain.

We don’t allow content that infringe on others’ trademarks. A trademark is a word, symbol, or combination that identifies the source of a good or service. Once acquired, a trademark gives the owner exclusive rights to the trademark usage with respect to certain goods or services.

Trademark infringement is improper or unauthorized use of an identical or similar trademark in a way that is likely to cause confusion as to the source of that product. If your coontent uses another party’s trademarks in a way that is likely to cause confusion, your account may be suspended.

You must be transparent in how you handle user data (e.g., information provided by a user, collected about a user, and collected about a user’s use of the content or device), including by disclosing the collection, use, and sharing of the data, and you must limit use of the data to the description in the disclosure. If your content handles personal or sensitive user data, there are additional requirements described below. This policy establishes Tabschool's minimum privacy requirements; you or your content may need to comply with additional restrictions or procedures if required by an applicable law.

We don’t allow content that steal data, secretly monitor or harm users, or are otherwise malicious.

All content on Tabschool collect user data must comply with the User Data policy and fully disclose its functions.

The following are explicitly prohibited:

  • Viruses, trojan horses, malware, spyware or any other malicious software.
  • Content that link to or facilitate the distribution or installation of malicious software.
  • Content that introduce or exploit security vulnerabilities.
  • Content that steal a user’s authentication information (such as usernames or passwords) or that mimic other apps or websites to trick users into disclosing personal or authentication information.
  • Content that install other apps on a device without the user’s prior consent.
  • Content designed to secretly collect device usage, such as commercial spyware apps.

Content that monitor or track a user’s behavior on a device must comply with these requirements:

  • Content must not present themselves as a spying or secret surveillance solution.
  • Content must not hide or cloak tracking behavior or attempt to mislead users about such functionality
  • Present users with a persistent notification and unique icon that clearly identifies the app.
  • Content and content listings on Tabschool's library & classfeed must not provide any means to activate or access functionality that violate these terms.
  • You are solely responsible for determining the legality of your content & app in its targeted locale. Content determined to be unlawful in locations where they are published will be removed.

We don’t allow content that directly or indirectly engage in or benefit from promotion practices that are deceptive or harmful to users or the Tabschool ecosystem. This includes content & apps that engage in the following behavior:

  • Using deceptive ads on websites, apps, or other properties.
  • Promotion or other tactics that redirect users to other website or download apps without informed user action.
  • Unsolicited promotion via SMS services.

It is your responsibility to ensure that any ad networks or affiliates associated with your content comply with these policies and do not employ any prohibited promotion practices.