Information sent to us by your web browser
We collect information that is sent to us automatically by your web browser. This information typically includes your IP address, the name and version of your operating system, the name and version of your browser, the date and time of your visit and the pages on this Website that you visit. Generally, we use this information to improve this Website and make it more compatible with the technology used by our visitors.
However, we may link information sent by your browser to information that identifies you personally. For example, if you are a Student or a Teacher, we may link your IP address to information that identifies you personally. In addition, if we suspect criminal activity, we may share our server logs with law enforcement authorities, who could use that information to trace and identify you.
We use “cookies” and similar web technologies to collect information and support certain features of this Website. A cookie is a piece of web code that is used primarily for one or more of the following: analysis of website traffic and user behavior, application functionality, and data storage. We use two types of cookies: “session cookies” and “persistent cookies.” We use session cookies to assign a randomly generated unique identification number to your computer. Assigning your computer a number permits us to follow you as you move from page to page. A session cookie expires after you close your browser.
We use session cookies to collect statistical information about the ways you use this Website — which pages you visit, which links you use, and how long you stay on each page. We analyze this information (known as “clickstream data”) to better understand your interests and needs and to improve the content and functionality of this Website. Session cookies do not identify you personally. If, however, you are a Student or a Teacher, we may link the information collected by our session cookies to information that identifies you personally.
We also use persistent cookies (cookies that do not expire when you close your browser) for several purposes. Like session cookies, they are used to assign a unique identifier to your computer, but because they are persistent, they permit us to recognize your computer each time you use it to access this Website. By using persistent cookies, we can collect and analyze clickstream data from more than one visit to this Website. Cookies are also used to store information you have previously provided such as your login information that can be displayed back to you automatically each time you visit this Website. Persistent cookies remain on your computer until you delete them or until they expire. Expiration durations vary and are set by theLearnia and/or our third-party service providers.
Finally, both types of cookies (persistent and session) are occasionally used to facilitate the proper functioning of our applications and features of this Website.
If you do not wish to receive cookies, you may set your browser to reject cookies or to alert you when a cookie is placed on your computer. Although you are not required to accept cookies when you visit this Website, you may be unable to use any or all of the functionality of this Website if your browser rejects our cookies.
If you use a public computer, such as a computer in a public library, to access theLearnia, you should bear in mind that our persistent cookies will remain on the computer after your session is over and, unless you log out properly, another user of the computer might be able to access your theLearnia account and gain information about you from the cookies (as well as directly from your account data).