During the enrollment process, we get the personal information you give us, like your name and email address, the same as if your sign up using social channels, we only retrieve the email and use it in the registration process. If you sign up for one of our courses, we may send you emails about the site, the course, the content, your progress, or other things.
We may also use your email to tell you about changes to the course, ask you how you use it, or get your opinion.
When you give us your personal information to become a learner on our site, make a purchase, or take part in a course, you show that you agree to us collecting and using it for that reason only. The way we will ask for your personal information if we want to use it for something else, like marketing, is to either ask for your permission directly or give you a way to say no.
You can change your mind at any time and stop us from contacting you, collecting, using, or giving away your information. You can do this by emailing us at INSERT EMAIL or by mailing us at: email@example.com .
if it is required It’s possible that we’ll have to share your personal information with the law.
If you buy something on our site, we use a third-party payment processor, like Paypal or Square to process your payment. Payments are protected by the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, which makes them safe (PCI-DSS). As long as it takes for you to finish your purchase transaction, your purchase transaction data is kept.
Almost all direct payment gateways follow the standards set by PCI-DSS, which is run by the PCI Security Standards Council, which is made up of brands like Visa and MasterCard.
PCI-DSS rules help to make sure that credit card information is safe when it is used by our site, its courses, and its service providers.
It’s true that we have to give certain third-party service providers, like credit card processing companies and payment gateways, the information they need for your purchase-related transactions. However, these service providers have their own privacy policies.
If you use these providers, we suggest that you read their privacy policies so that you can learn how these providers will use your personal information.
The links on our course site may take you away from our site. People who use other websites should read their privacy policies. We are not responsible for the privacy policies of other websites.
It’s important for us to keep your personal information safe, so we take reasonable steps and follow industry best practices to make sure it isn’t accidentally lost or stolen.
If you give us your credit card information, we use secure socket layer technology (SSL) to encrypt the information and store it with an AES-256 encryption so that it can’t be read.
We follow all of the requirements of the PCI-DSS and other industry standards, even though no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is 100% safe.
Cookies and other tracking technologies are used by us. This is what our website’s server sends to your computer. This information can be used to keep track of how long you spent on our site. Cookies may also be used to make our website content more personalized for you as a person, as well. It’s possible to set up your web browser to let you know if you get a cookie, or to block cookies from getting on your computer.
We may also use automated tracking methods on our websites, in our emails to you, and in our products and services to see how well they work and how much you use them
If our site or course is bought by or merged with another company, your information may be given to the new owners so that we can keep selling products to you and keep our business running.