This is how we, Asapeducate.com, Inc. (“Asapeducate.com”, “we”, “us”, or “our”), collect, use, and share the information we get from our website services at www.Asapeducate.com.
Your Separate Connections With Other Businesses
The Information We Gather
We may get information about you from you directly, from third parties, or automatically when you use our Services. We may combine the information we get from these different places about you or from you.
Information You Give Us Directly: There are a few places on our Services where you can give us information directly. We’ll explain what those places are below.
Blogs and comments are both public forums.
At times, you may be asked to fill out surveys. These are usually meant to get general information, like how you feel about a certain article or set of features on our site. Because the information from these surveys is linked to each subscriber and used internally to improve our products or market our services better, it is up to the subscriber to take part or not.
Other Data You Give Us Through Our Services
We will also keep any other information you give us through our Services, such as your name, email address, job title, phone number, school or organization name, account type, payment type, and the contents of any message you send through our Services.
The information we get from other sources
You can make an account with us by logging in with a third-party account, such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, or Clever. By logging in through a third-party account, you give Asapeducate.com permission to access your name, email address, and public profile ID from that third-party account. This is explained on the permissions page when you log in.
Automatically, we collect the following:
Cookies, pixel tags, local storage (like browser web storage or application data caches), databases, and server logs are some of the ways we gather and store information. This information may include, but is not limited to, account information, IP address, domain name, browser type and operating system, web pages viewed while logged in, links clicked, time spent on our Services, and the referring URL, or the web page that led a user to our Services. We will also keep track of what users do on our Services, such as which games they play, how many questions they get right and wrong, and what they download.
Having our contractors and agents keep track of
Our advertisers are following us.
There are many different kinds of companies that advertise with us, such as financial services companies (like brokerage firms, banks, and mortgage companies), companies that make computers, software, cars, toys, and retail stores. Our advertisers and advertising vendors display targeted advertisements. Even though we don’t give the advertiser or advertising vendor any personal information, if you interact with or click on an ad, you agree that the advertiser may think you meet the criteria used to target the ad.
Advertisers and advertising companies that serve ads on our Services or other services may use their own cookies or other tracking technologies in addition to the ones we or our agents put there. We are not in charge of how these advertisers and vendors use or protect your personal information.
We use third-party advertising networks like Google AdX, Adsense, and others to put ads on the pages you visit on our Services. If you want to learn more about how these companies handle privacy, you can read their policies on their sites. If you don’t want any of these companies to collect and analyze your information, you can opt out by following the steps in their privacy policies.
When you visit our Services, we let other companies show you ads and/or collect some anonymous information. During your visits to our Services and other websites or apps, these companies may use non-personally identifiable information (like click stream information, browser type, time and date, and the subjects of ads you clicked on or scrolled over) to show you ads about goods and services you are more likely to be interested in. Most of the time, these companies get this information from a cookie or a third-party web beacon. Visit networkadvertising.org to learn more about behavioral advertising or to stop getting this kind of advertising.
Disclosure: Do Not Track
Do Not Track signals are not taken into account by our services.
How to Use the Info
We do the following with your information, including personal information:
Provide Our Services
We use the information you give us to provide and maintain our Services. This includes personalizing content for you, processing orders and payments, improving our Services, making new features, products, or services, authenticating users, doing technical tasks like updating software, and other service and support-related tasks.
If you’re a registered member, we use your email address to send you free email newsletters with selected editorial and educational content, ads, and links to our Website, Apps, and social media accounts.
Communication: We use the information you give us to get in touch with you, including through email, about how you or your children use our Services. For example, we might send you information about new products or services, answer your questions, or use it for other informational, marketing, or promotional purposes.
Events and Webinars
If you sign up for a webinar or event on Asapeducate.com, we will use your email address to tell you about the webinar or event. We use the information you give us to figure out how people use our services, track and analyze usage and activity trends, and do other research, analysis, and statistics.
Taking care of people’s rights and needs
We use your information to protect the safety, rights, property, or security of you, Asapeducate.com, the Services, any third party, or the general public; to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security, or technical issues; to prevent or stop activity that Asapeducate.com, in its sole discretion, may consider to be, or pose a risk of being, illegal, unethical, or legally actionable; to use as evidence in litigation; and to enforce this Privacy Pledge.
We use your information to meet legal or regulatory requirements, such as in a court case, in response to a subpoena, warrant, court order, or other legal process, or in response to a formal or informal investigation or request from law enforcement or a government agency.
Choose and Opt-out
Choosing not to hear from marketers
Members can choose not to get updates, notifications, or newsletters by unchecking the boxes on the Email preferences page. Updates, newsletters, and email notifications will all have instructions on how to stop getting these kinds of messages.
If you ask us not to use or share your personal information in certain ways, we may end your membership and delete your account information to honor your request. Please note that we can only honor requests to stop sharing information going forward. Requests to stop sharing information do not change what we have already shared.
We may also keep some information about you because the law says we have to or because it makes sense for our business. For example, if you ask us to delete your information but we think you’ve broken our Terms of Service, we might keep your information so we can try to fix the problem before deleting it.
Getting information out
We don’t sell or give out any of the personal information above about you to companies, authorities, institutions, or people who aren’t affiliated with us, unless it’s to provide you with products or services, when we have your permission, or in the situations below. We don’t give your personal information to third parties so that they can use it to market their own products or services.
We may also share information about users that has been put together, made anonymous, or taken out of context for marketing, advertising, research, compliance, or other reasons.
We have put safety measures in place to protect the information we gather. Please know that no data security measure, no matter how hard we try, can guarantee 100% safety.
You should take steps to prevent unauthorized access to your password, phone, and computer. For example, you should sign off after using a shared computer, choose a strong password that no one else knows or can easily guess, and keep your log-in and password secret. We’re not responsible if your password gets lost, stolen, or hacked, or if someone else uses it to do something on your account without your permission.
If you are a parent, teacher, or school administrator, we encourage you to talk to your kids about online safety and how they can protect themselves online. Changes coming to this policy on privacy
Your Separate Connections With Other Businesses
Some of our advertising partners also take polls of our visitors from time to time. If this happens, you would give your information directly to the advertising partner. These polls are for the advertising partner to use, and people can choose whether or not to take part. We don’t promise to keep private information that people give us voluntarily in response to a survey or poll.