This Privacy Statement applies to all personal data collected via the LearnLode website. By using our websites, you accept the practices described in this Statement. We may update our Privacy Statement from time to time to take account of changing requirements such as changes in technology or legislation. LearnLode fully respects your right to privacy, and will not collect any personal information about you on this website without your clear permission. Any personal information that you volunteer to LearnLode will be treated with the highest standards of security and confidentiality, strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Acts, 1988 & 2003. Collection of Personal Information. For certain sections of the site, where you require further information, personal information is collected in order to reply to specific queries you make. For general web browsing no personal information is revealed to us.
Collection for Technical Information
- the IP address of the visitor's web server.
- the top-level domain name used (e.g. .i.e., .com, .org, .net).
- clickstream data which shows the traffic of visitors around this website (such as pages accessed and documents downloaded).
- the type of web browser used by the website visitor.
Some of the above information is used to create summary statistics, which allow us to measure the number of visitors to our sites, identify what pages are accessed most frequently and generally, help us to increase the usability and accessibility of our sites. We do not release any information or statistics to third-parties.
The piece of software you use to read web pages. Examples are Microsoft Internet Explorer,
Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.
IP Address: The identifying details for your computer (or your internet company's computer), expressed in "internet protocol" code (for example 192.168.72.34). Every computer connected to the web has a unique IP address, although the address may not be the same every time a connection is made.
Cookies: Small pieces of information, stored in simple text files, placed on your computer by a web site. Cookies can be read by the web site on your subsequent visits. The information stored in a cookie may relate to your browsing habits on the web page, or a unique identification number so that the web site can "remember" you on your return visit. Generally speaking, cookies do not contain personal information from which you can be identified, unless you have furnished such information to the web site.