Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

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Contents of the Privacy Policy will help you find what you need.

Summary of Changes.

Thanks for using Clevio!

We collect information in various ways.

Sharing your information.

Your options for using personal information.

How and when do we share information.

How long do we keep your information.

Privacy Policy for children.

Use cases.

How we make changes to this Policy.

Summary of Changes

We described in detail what information we collect and how we use it, and also introduced a new way to manage the creation of reports on advertising performance.

Thanks for using Clevio!

Our mission is to inspire everyone to do what they love. Based on information from you and third parties, we show you personalized content that we believe may interest you. We use this information solely on the relevant legal grounds.

We wrote this Policy to help you understand what information we collect, how we use it and what options you have for using this information. Since we are an Internet company, some of the concepts below are a bit technically complex, but we tried to interpret them as simply and clearly as possible. We welcome your questions and comments regarding this Policy.

We collect information in various ways

1. When you submit it to us or give your consent to receive it

By registering on the Clevio website or using it, you voluntarily provide certain information, including your name and surname, email address, phone number, country, photos, comments, login, password that you specify during registration and any other information sent to us. You can also share your exact location using photos. We will continue to use your IP address to approximate your location, even if you decide not to share the exact location. You will also have the opportunity to share other information about yourself, such as gender, age, and preferred language.
If you connect your Facebook, Google or other third-party services accounts with Clevio, we use the information provided in them (for example, about your friends or contacts) to improve the quality of your use of Clevio. It depends on the privacy policy or account settings.

2. We also get technical information when you use Clevio

When you go to a website, use a mobile application or other Internet service, certain information about your online activities is automatically created and recorded. The same thing happens when you use Clevio. Here are some of the types of information we collect:

Log data. When you use Clevio, our servers record information (“log data”), including information that your browser or mobile application sends automatically. The log data includes your IP address (used to approximate your location), search queries, browser type and settings, the date and time of your request, how you use Clevio, cookie data and device information. Here you can find out more about the log data we collect.

Cookie data. We also use cookies (small text files sent by your computer each time you visit our website that are unique to your Clevio account or browser) or similar technologies for collecting log data. When using cookies or other similar technologies, we implement session cookies (which remain until the browser closes) or persistent cookies (which remain until you or your browser or you delete them). For example, we use cookies to preserve language or other settings, so you do not need to set them every time you visit Clevio. Some of the cookies we use are associated with your Clevio account (including information about you, such as your email address), while others are not. For more information about how we use cookies, see our Cookie Policy.

Device info. In addition to the log data, we collect information about the device from which you log in to Clevio, including the type of device, operating system, settings, unique device identifiers and failure data that help us understand the cause of the failure.

Data on visits and conclusions. When you interact with Clevio, we use the information about your actions along with the information that you provided when you first registered to draw conclusions about you and your preferences.

What do we do with the information we collect

We want to show you relevant, interesting and personalized content. To do this, we improve the quality of our service using the information you provide. With its help, we can:

Detect when you use Clevio.

Answer your questions or comments.

We have the legal right to use your information in this way. This is a key condition for our service to work, so that the Clevio service and its capabilities meet your interests.

We also have the legal right to secure Clevio and empower our products, allowing you to find the inspiration you desire. Using the information about you brings us mutual benefit. Thanks to this information, we can:

Collaborate with law enforcement and provide security at Clevio. We may receive account requests from law enforcement agencies, such as the police or courts. To learn more about how we respond to requests from law enforcement, check out our Law and Order Guide.

View your messages on Clevio to find activity that threatens you, our community, and / or others.

Conduct analytics and research on the use of Clevio and the implementation of specific user actions within the service. For example, by registering how often users use a Clevio feature, we can figure out which one is better.

Improve Clevio and offer new features.

Send you Clevio updates and other news related to the platform by email. You can opt out of these notifications by changing your settings.

In addition to the above circumstances, we will only use your information with your consent in order to:

Offer you marketing materials by e-mail or in the form of text messages, depending on the settings of your account or operating system. Whenever we send marketing materials, we will provide the opportunity to unsubscribe from them.

We will also ask your permission when we use cookies in order to:

Identify you in various browser sessions. This means that if you access Clevio from your phone (or any device), we will remember that it is you and you will not need to enter your login information each time you visit Clevio.

We use cookies to determine your interests based on actions on other websites. We do this for existing and new users to personalize Clevio for each of them.

To learn more about how we use cookies and how to set it up, check out our Cookie Policy.

Sharing your information

Clevio is a platform for creating online courses. Using our products or services, you authorize us to transfer and store information outside of your country, including in the United States, for the purposes described in this Policy. Laws protecting privacy and government access rights to your personal information in such countries may not comply with similar laws in your country.

Your options for using personal information

Our goal is to provide you with a simple and meaningful choice regarding personal information. If you have a Clevio account, many of the controls are built directly into Clevio or in your settings. For example, you can:

At any time, edit the information in your profile.

Link your Clevio account or unlink it from other services: Facebook, Google You can also decide whether to publish your actions on Clevio in certain services (for example, Facebook, Twitter).

Change course settings. Publish courses on the training portal, thereby making them accessible to students. You can also make changes to the course, allow or prohibit students from taking the course at random, set a price for the course or make it free.

Delete your account at any time. If you delete, do not agree with one of the documents (Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, Cookies) or prohibit the processing of personal data, we will disconnect your account and delete your courses from Clevio.

You also have choices available on your device or in the software that you use to log in to Clevio. For instance:

The browser you use allows you to control cookies or other types of local data storage.

To learn more about these actions, see the information provided by your device or software vendor.

How and when do we share information

Any user can view the public courses that you create, as well as the profile information that you provide to us. We also provide access to this public information through the so-called APIs (in essence, this is a technical way to quickly exchange information). We also provide your data:

Other services so that you can register or log in to Clevio, or if you decide to link your Clevio account with these services (for example, Facebook or Google) or publish your materials in them with Clevio. For example, if you decide to publish links to your courses on Facebook or Twitter, information about this content will be transferred to these services.

To the services with which we periodically offer you the Clevio service on sites or in applications other than Clevio, for example Facebook Ads, Google Marketing Platform, Google Tags, HotJar and others.

Law enforcement or government agencies. We share information only if we believe that its disclosure is justifiably necessary to comply with the law, regulations or legal requests; to protect the security, rights or public property of any person or Clevio; to detect, prevent, or otherwise eliminate fraud, security problems, or technical issues.

How long do we keep your information

We retain your information only as long as we need it in order to ensure that Clevio works and achieve the goals described in this Policy. This also applies to any persons with whom we share your information, as well as to those who provide services on our behalf. If we no longer need to use your information and store it in accordance with our legal or regulatory obligations, we will either remove this information from our systems or we will remove personal information so that you cannot be identified.

Privacy Policy for children

Children under 13 years old are not allowed to use Clevio. If you are a resident of the EEA, you are only allowed to use Clevio when you reach the age at which you can consent to the processing of data in accordance with the laws of your country. If you find out that your children are using Clevio and don’t want them to do so, contact us.

Use cases

You have additional options regarding the information we receive from you. To take advantage of them, open your account settings and, if necessary, visit our Help Center.

Request access to your personal data that we collect and store. We usually provide this information within 30 days after a request sent through the Help Center.

Object to our processing of your information. You can ask us to stop processing your data, including when we use it to send you promotional letters. If you refuse advertising messages from us, you may still receive updates and letters about your activity in the system. For example, when you start a course, about buying a course, about passing the middle of the course, and about completing the course.

Request additional information about the information we collect, as well as about the methods and purposes of its use and transmission.

We will not establish any restrictions for you if you decide to take advantage of these opportunities in relation to your personal information. We want you to clearly understand your capabilities and the consequences of using them. If you have any questions, please contact us.

We do not sell the personal information of our users.

For more information about these rights, see the “Your Use of Personal Information” section above. To exercise these rights, visit our Help Center or contact us at support@deepvision.team. To confirm the request, you may need to log in to your account or reply to the confirmation email.
Over the past 12 months, we have provided personal information to partners, service providers, and third parties for business purposes. Such personal information includes:

identification data such as your first and last name, username, email address, phone number, unique device identifiers and IP address;

personal characteristics protected by law, such as gender and age;

commercial information, such as your purchases and billing information;

electronic, visual, and similar information, such as a profile picture or photograph;

information about professional activities or employment transmitted when connecting the Clevio account to other platforms;

conclusions we make about users, such as your interests or preferences;

other information you provide, such as your curriculum vitae, courses you created, and comments.

We use and disclose this information for business purposes described in this policy, including: for auditing our services, identifying security incidents and preventing fraud, debugging and fixing errors, servicing your account, customer service, processing and fulfilling orders, conducting research and development, as well as for other activities aimed at improving our services, displaying advertising, marketing our services and analyzing user interactions with our services.

How we make changes to this Privacy Policy

We may change this policy from time to time. In this case, we will post the changes on this page. If you continue to use Clevio after the changes take effect, this will mean that you agree to the new policy. If the changes are material, we may send you a separate alert or ask you to give your consent in accordance with the requirements of the law.

Effective Date: May 05, 2020
Last update date: May 05, 2020

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