We collect the information users provide to us in order to deliver the core functionality of our service. For example, when you mark a lesson as complete, participate in a quiz or post a review, we store the data associated with those actions in order to deliver those features of our product.
Additionally, we automatically collect data around how our product is being used. This includes things like the pages being visited and the nature of interactions with our user interface. We use this information to better understand how our product is being used, with the aim of improving our service over time. For example, we might use it to identify the type of content that is most popular or the features of our product that are most engaging.
We also automatically store information on the nature of the device being used. This information is not personal and is limited to things your browser provides, such as screen resolution, language, connection speed, and which version of the browser you are using. We use this information to better guide our product decisions around things like what browsers we need to support, and what screen resolutions we should prioritise for our designs.
We do not sell, transfer or make our data available to third parties, beyond the extent described in this policy
Some of the information is stored on cloud services controlled by us. The physical infrastructure is provided by Amazon Web Services.
The remaining information is stored and managed by Google, as part of their Google Analytics service.
We adopt modern security best practices in our operations.
Information is encrypted both in transit, and at rest.
Our data is primarily stored in the USA and Ireland, on equipment provided by Amazon Web Services. We may transfer and temporarily store data to equipment in other countries. By using our service, you consent to data being transferred and stored in this manner, in the knowledge those countries may not afford you the same rights as local law
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We do not take any action in receipt of these signals.
We do not ask users for private information. If you feel we are storing your personal information despite this and would like to exercise your legal rights on this basis, please contact us with details.
Please see the contact page for details on how to contact us.