1. We will collect and process your personal information in a responsible and lawful manner.
2. Personal information relating to you may be collected and processed as a result of your use of the Website, Platform and/or the Courses. Personal information may be processed by, or on behalf of, Digemy for the following purpose:
(a) improving the functionality of the Website/Platform;
(b) assessing the effectiveness of the Course;
(c) improving on Course content;
(d) keeping a database of users;
(e) maintaining a record of your access to the site; and
(f) sending you communications relating to the Website, Platform and/or Courses.
3. You understand and accept that we may process your personal information collected through this Platform in combination with personal information collected from you through any other engagements you may have with Digemy, for the purposes described above or set out in other agreements between you and Digemy.
4. We may contract with third party service providers to perform certain processing functions on behalf of Digemy and such processing by third parties shall only be for the purpose described above.
5. Methods of collection:
5.1 We may request certain personal information from you, including but not limited to, your name and surname, e-mail address, telephone number, device details, education, lifestyle, health, etc.
5.2 We may use technology to collect information about your use of the Website, Platform and/or Courses. For example, our web server automatically logs which pages of our website our visitors view, their IP addresses and which web browsers our visitors use. This technology enables us to compile statistics about our visitors and their use of our website.
5.3 Our website contains hyperlinks to other pages on our website. We may use technology to track how often these links are used and which pages on our website our visitors choose to view. This technology enables us to compile statistics about the use of these hyperlinks.
5.4 In order to collect the anonymous data described in the preceding paragraph, we may use temporary “cookies” that remain in the cookies file of your browser until the browser is closed.
5.5 A cookie is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies do not damage your computer. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie. This enables you to decide if you want to accept it or not.
For more information on deleting or rejecting cookies, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org. We use both session and persistent cookies.
A session cookie (also called a transient cookie) is temporary and will be erased once you close your browser. Session cookies will not gather information from your computer, but they will recognise you as you navigate between pages during your session and will help maintain security during your visit.
Persistent cookies are permanent cookies that have set expiration dates. They are stored on your computer hard drive until they expire or are deleted. Persistent cookies will collect information such as your login details or user preference when you visit certain websites.
Furthermore, cookies can be either first- or third-party cookies.
A first-party cookie is owned and created by the website you are visiting. It stores a small amount of text on your computer. First-party cookies are usually allowed by most Web browsers, but if you should choose to disable these type of cookies, the website you are visiting will not be able to track your activity during navigation.
Third-party cookies are created and owned by a website other than the one you are currently visiting. Usually, these cookies will be from a company providing a service to the owners of the website you are visiting. These type of cookies typically store tracking information and personal preferences.
5.6 We may also use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our website. An IP address is a numeric code that identifies your computer on a network, or in this case, the Internet.