In September 2022, we revised our privacy statement.
Information collected by any third-party sites to which this policy does not cover this website links. Please review the website’s Terms & Conditions in conjunction with this policy. Please do not use this website if you do not agree to the Terms & Conditions in its entirety.
For purposes of data protection and privacy laws, LearnTheContent, an independent provider of online exam and learning assistance, is the “controller” of any personally identifiable information you provide to us.
You can reach us at support@LearnTheContent.com.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and your personal data privacy rights :
In order to make sure that LearnTheContent abides by the General Data Protection Regulation, we have agreed to collaborate with the European Data Protection Authorities (GDPR). LearnTheContent makes it a priority to remain GDPR compliant. We are aware of our responsibilities as a controller of personal data inside the European Union (EU), including the need to monitor compliance with privacy and security measures and to store and transmit data safely. The GDPR-required safeguards have been set up across the board.
You can request that we delete the information you have already supplied with us or more details about the data we have and how we use it. Send an email to support@LearnTheContent.com if you have any inquiries, concerns, or requests relating to our privacy policies and procedures.
Information About You That We Collect Through This Website
If you’re looking around and don’t want to register or haven’t registered in the past, you don’t need to give us any information about yourself. We have a contact form and registration form where get takes the data to handle users in the best possible way to serve better; please check those forms. For registering or updating an existing account on our website or submitting any form, users consent to providing us with the information available on the form and cookies, if necessary, to fulfill the requirements of form processing. Example of information is name, email, country, website, opt-in newsletter, etc.
Additional Data Collected From Our Website:
Cookies that keep track of what pages you view and what browser you’re using are commonly used on websites and allow the owners to learn useful information about their visitors.
Through the use of analytics cookies and similar technologies, we can track and learn from how you interact with our websites and apps. We may improve the usefulness and convenience of use of our website by implementing these technologies (like Google Analytics) and making it more responsive to your specific requirements. We might, for instance, be interested in the average time spent on the site and the most popular content areas. Such data will be used solely in the aggregate and in no way that might lead back to you as an individual.
Functional/preference cookies and related technologies: These cookies collect information about your preferences and allow us to remember things like your username to make the login process more convenient and allow us to personalize the services you have accessed.
Web beacons and tracking pixels are small data that allow us to monitor the number of users visiting a website or web page and whether or not cookies have been enabled. Using web beacons, we may gauge an online marketing campaign’s success by seeing how many people viewed a particular website or opened a particular email. To determine which emails are of most interest to you, we may employ web beacons to confirm when you click on a link or an ad contained in an email.
Clicks on links can be tracked through tracking URLs, which are unique web addresses. Their use allows us to evaluate the success of campaigns.
While the default setting for most current browsers is to accept cookies, this can be altered to show a notification whenever a cookie is being set or changed or even to ban cookies completely. If you need assistance, look in your browser’s “Help” menu. Please be aware that if you choose to disable cookies in your browser, you may not be able to use all of the services, information, or personalization that we offer on our websites or apps.
We use the information you provide for these specific reasons:
- Because it is important that you have access to the best possible study resources.
- To be sure you’re happy with the results of using our resources
- In order to anonymously recommend future learning materials
- Period of time for which we store your information
- Until you ask us to erase your information, we will store it.
- Information given by users will not be shared with any outside parties (including advertisers).
LearnTheContent reserves the right to disclose information where we, in good faith, believe that doing so is necessary to:
- Conform to the requirements of the law or respond to legal process.
- Safeguard and defend our rights and property.
- Prevent misuse or unauthorized use of the website.
- Protect the personal safety, property, or rights of our users or the general public.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act
Anyone under the age of 13 is not permitted to submit any personal data. LearnTheContent does not actively seek or collect any information from users under the age of 13. Only with verifiable prior agreement from parents will we knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. As soon as we become aware that we have obtained information from a child under the age of 13 without verification of parental consent, we will remove the information from our servers. Contact us at support@LearnTheContent.com if you have reason to believe that a user on our website is a minor.