Although modern data analysis techniques allow distinguishing one person from another by very circumstantial evidence, personal data - it is a legal, not a technical term.
Foxcademy assures you that we are collecting the minimal amount of students' information that we need for the creation the user account on our Service. The details that we asking form the user during the signing up are the following:
We would like to emphasize we use this information to procure the Service to the user, to provide the security and safety of the obtained data, in accordance with the current EU and national legislation and in compliance to our Terms. It is not allowed to add some other personal information or upload any other content to the student account. The most important issue for the Foxcademy is to protect children's privacy.
We use the collected user information to improve our Services. This information allows users to set up their account and profile. The personal information obtained by us is used to process and respond to your request, as well as to communicate with you about our rendered services. Teachers will be able to keep track of the whole classroom and specific students. Besides using our content to explain aspects of a specific subject, teachers can use management tools that allow to organise study work for students and monitor their progress from the analytics services.
By providing us with your email address, we can send you written notifications, information about changes on our website or in our Service. This dialogue will allow us to evaluate the effectiveness of this interaction. We may also use your email to respond to your requests or messages, and to send you marketing related messages
Foxcademy will not provide your email address to third parties without your explicit consent. We will not disclose personally identifiable information or sell it to any third parties without users' consent. The main purpose of collecting non-personal data of users is only to improve the performance and the design of the Service.
Foxcademy may collect non-personal information automatically besides the information provided directly by you. We use Google Analytics, Mixpanel, Inspectlet, Cyfe, other similar analytics tools, our own analytics tools, cookies and IP addresses with the only purpose to provide better experiences on our Service and to collect useful business information.
Web analytics is the study of online behaviour in order to improve it. Foxcademy uses Web analytics tools in order to quantitatively evaluate web content quality and measure website trends. Making assumptions every day about how visitors use our website and what information is most valuable is the main reason of using such a services and tools. To read more about the aforementioned 3rd party services, please visit their respective websites.
As a user you have such options as to modify the browser settings so that it will accept all cookies, that you will be notified every time before setting cookies or you can reject all cookies. For the further information about modifying the choice about cookies please see your browser instructions. Please notice, in case of modifying the browser for rejection all the cookies, you may not be able to use certain features of the Service.
We will not share information about you with outside parties. In case we will share your personal data with third parties, we will ask for your consent. Without your consent personal information about you will not be shared.
All information is stored on our secure servers in Estonia. When you register, we will ask you to choose a password which enables you to access our online product. You are responsible for keeping this password confidential. We ask you not to share this password with anyone.
We consider that keeping your information in confidentiality and security is a key issue for us. We have set up technical and organizational security measures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access or loss. However, we are unable to ensure the security of your information as the Internet is not a 100% secure environment. There are always some risks that an unauthorized third party may bypass our security system and access the information or intercept the transmission of the information over the Internet. You are responsible for protecting the security of your login information.