I'm not one to bury the lede, so here's the question:
If you are a company that markets a product to learners, parents, teachers, schools, or districts, how does claiming the right to sell user data in case of bankruptcy improve your product?
Here's a related question for learners, parents, teachers, school decision makers, and district decision makers:
If you are using a service, how does the sale of your personal information improve the learning or experience you get from that service?
Many services and software applications marketed as education technology really function more as data collection tools with an interactive front end. One key distinguishing feature between a data collection tool and an actual edtech app is how the company pledges to treat your data. Privacy policies and terms of service provide the clearest view into the rights a company claims over your learning experience.