Privacy Policy

Privacy policy of learngrasshopper.com

At learngrasshopper.com, we respect your right to privacy. Below we have included our policies on collecting, processing, and using information about users and contractors.

Update 24.03.2022

1. What is the purpose of the privacy policy?

Our Privacy Policy sets out the principles for the processing and protection of personal data provided by Users in connection with their use of the learngrasshopper.com.

2. Who administrates the collected data?

The administrator of personal data included on the website is Wojslaw Consulting AS, Båhusveien 18, 0573 Oslo, Norway, Org.nr. 928453243

3. How do we protect your security?

Out of concern for the security of the data you have entrusted us, we have developed internal procedures and recommendations to prevent unauthorized access to your data. We monitor their implementation and constantly check their compliance with the relevant legal acts – the General Data Protection Regulation, the Act on Rendering Electronic Services, as well as all kinds of secondary legislation and Community legislation acts. Personal data left on learngrasshopper.com will not be sold or made available to third parties, in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation.

4. Why can we process the collected data?

Personal data are processed under the consent given by the User (e.g. newsletter) and in cases of legal regulations authorizing the Administrator to process personal data according to legal provisions or for the purpose of performance of an agreement concluded between the parties.

5. What data does learngrasshopper.com collect?

The website allows users to remain anonymous during their visit until they decide otherwise. It collects data contained in system logs (e.g. IP address) for technical purposes (related to server administration) and to collect general demographic data (e.g. location of the place the IP address connects to the site) resulting from general rules of Internet connections.

learngrasshopper.com performs functions of obtaining information about users and their behaviour in the following ways:

a) through information voluntarily entered in forms
b) through “cookies”.

6. What is the cookie policy of learngrasshopper.com?

Your browser may store text files (“cookies”) on your computer. Cookies contain information necessary for the proper functioning of websites. No personal data is processed or stored there.

Cookies used by learngrasshopper.com may be temporary or permanent. Temporary cookies are deleted when you close your browser, permanent cookies are stored even after you stop using the Website.

The learngrasshopper.com stores cookies on your computer for the following purposes:

to maintain the user session (after login), so that the user does not have to enter the user name and password on each site;
to adapt the website to users’ needs and optimize it (for instance: to optimize it depending on the type of device which displays the site)
It is possible to configure your web browser to disable the storage of cookies on your computer’s hard drive altogether. Please note that the effect of such a change may include the loss of the ability to use certain learngrasshopper.com functions.

7. How do the forms work?

Data provided by users via forms (e.g. newsletter) are processed for the purpose resulting from the function of a particular form, such as sending free training materials, information about new articles and offers. Making data available via forms and providing them to the Administrator requires each separate consent given by the user.

8. Are the data shared with other parties?

The website learngrasshopper.com uses Google. The service concerns the analysis of website views (to create reports and other services related to website traffic and internet usage). Google uses cookies. The information collected by cookies about your website users will be transmitted to Google. Google has the right to transfer the information it holds to third parties provided such an obligation occurs under the law or third parties process the data on Google’s behalf.

How do we respect your rights?
Each user can choose as to whether and to what extent they want to use our services and share information about themselves. You have the right to access, correct, rectify, delete or restrict the processing of your data. You can also raise an objection to the processing, transfer your data, and file a complaint with the supervisory authority if you consider that the processing is not lawful. You also have the right to be forgotten if further processing is not provided by current legislation.

You also have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing that was carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal.

Are any changes to the privacy policy possible?
The world moves on and so do we. The development of technology and the growth of the learngrasshopper.com offer mean that our privacy policy may be subject to changes, which we will announce on our website. We aim to protect your data as much as possible. Please help us and fulfil your obligation to be aware of the current privacy policy at learngrasshopper.com