On this page we inform you on which data we collect on our website, why we collect this data and how we improve your experience on I Hate Statistics with this data. It is our responsibility to protect your privacy and we would like to inform you how we do this. In this way you know how we handle your data.
I Hate Statistics respects the privacy of all users and takes care that the personal data you provide us will be handled confidentially and securely.
In this section we inform you why and how we use the data we collect on our platform.
To register for one of our services we require you to provide us with the following personal data:
Based on the provided data we create a personal account for you. This account is used to provide you access to your personal environment and services within I Hate Statistics.
The data is stored on our own secure servers or on a secured third-party server.
Your password is used to protect your data, such that only you can login onto your personal learning-environment.
Your behavior within the learning-environment is stored. Analysis of this data is used to improve your personal learning process and and environment. These personal behavioral data consist of:
In case you registered via a group, you’re connected to the curriculum of your teacher. The teacher has access to your progress within the curriculum. The progress data provided to the teacher consists out of:
E-mails or other messages (such as the chat messages) you send to us, could be stored. We might ask you for personal data which are relevant for the specific situation at hand. This data and the storage of the messages makes it possible for us to progress and answer your question and request. The data is stored on our own secure servers or on a secured third-party server.
Your IP-address is used for the communication via the chat function within I Hate Statistics. We use the chat function to help you as fast and easy as possible, but also to gather feedback about I Hate Statistics.
We will use your email address to inform you about the developments on our platform, request your feedback about the platform or its new functionalities, or contact in you regarding other changes in our platform or policies.
We collect data for research to get a better insight of our users, such that we can improve and tailor our services for them.
The website uses “cookies” (small files placed on your computer) to analyse the usage of the website by the users. The cookie generated data about your usage of the website can be transferred to our own secure servers of a secured third-party server. We use this information to keep track of how the website is used, create reports on website-activity and provide other services to involving website-activity. By collecting this data we improve your user experience on I Hate Statistics.
These purposes are:
Your data is only shared with third-parties when it improves your experience on/within the platform of I Hate Statistics and will not be shared with third-parties for marketing or advertising purposes. The data will not be shared with third-parties. Occasionally, the data will be shared internally. Our employees are obliged to respect the privacy of your data. With all Third-Parties we have Data Protection Agreements (DPA’s) which describe which data we share and with what purpose. When your data is deleted or anonymized (on your request), your data at Third-Parties will also be deleted or anonymized.
When you arrive on our platform via your University, School or organization, we might have a Data Protection Agreement with them. This agreement describes the processing or your personal data in detail. When you want to know whether we have such an agreement with your organization, send an email to email@example.com. To view the content of the DPA, please contact the legal office of your organization.
We provide all users the possibility to view, change or remove all their personal data which has been gathered by us until that moment. To make such a request, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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