PRIVACY POLICY

The privacy of your personal information (in some countries referred to as "personal data" or "personally identifiable information") is important to Fast@Math.

To better protect your privacy, we provide you with our Privacy Policy so that you will understand our commitment to you and to your privacy. This Privacy Policy describes what information we may collect about you; how we use your information; how we protect it; and what choices you have on how that information is used. At Fast@Math we want you to feel as comfortable as possible visiting our various web sites and using the respective services.

In May 2018, we updated our product to ensure compliance with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"). These changes include:

  • Right to Control Your Data — You can withdraw consent to our data processing at any time.
  • Right to Access Your Data — You can request a copy of your purchase history, course history, and the personal information we have about you.
  • Anonymization of Your Data — Anonymization of personally identifiable information.
  • Opt-in Consent — We provide more granular opt-in functionality for marketing and our general policies.

As our privacy policy changes in significant ways, we will make every effort to notify you of the changes. Minor changes to the policy may occur that will not affect our use of individually identifiable or personal data. As new features and functionalities are added, we may need to update or review the privacy policy and reserve the right to do so at any time, without prior notice and by posting the revised version. In case we modify the policy in a way that your awareness of the changes shall be required, we will provide notice at the top of the privacy policy for at least 30 days after the new effective date so that you can see at a glance that the policy has changed. In other cases we may specifically ask your consent. We will post privacy policy changes on our web site in a timely manner.

The following articles make up our Privacy Policy. We hope that reading them gives you a clear idea of how we manage information regarding you.

Personal information we collect

How we use of your information

How Fast@Math handles privacy internally

Your privacy choices

Updating your personal information and contacting Fast@Math

Children's privacy

California Consumer Privacy Act

Personal information we collect

Information we collect from visitors

We may collect information directly from visitors to each of our web sites, as well as indirectly, through the use of cookies and other technologies. We might track information provided to us by your browser, including the web site you came from (known as the referring URL), the type of browser you use, the time and date of access, information used by cookies, data about the location of your PC, any logging information, information about your device, your browser and similar type of information that does not personally identify you. On some of our sites, you must register to access portions of the site. For any further information on cookies please refer to the cookies policy published on www.fastatmath.com.

In addition, we might gather information about you that is automatically collected by our web server, such as your IP address and domain name. Fast@Math may use web server and browser information to individually customize its offerings and presentations if you submit your personal data.

Information we collect when you register

Visitors registering for services on our web sites are asked to provide identifying information, such as name, gender, and contact information. On the registration screen, we clearly label which information is required for registration, and which information is optional and may be given at your discretion. In certain jurisdictions Fast@Math shall obtain visitors' consent before collecting personally identifiable information.

Information from outside sources

We may also collect information about animal health care professionals who register on our web sites from other sources in order to verify their licensure status and identity. In some cases, we ask customers for information after they register, such as credit card information. Where necessary (for example, to process an order for a purchase), our web sites may contact financial or credit organizations to confirm customer credit card information.

From time to time we may augment our existing user databases with legally obtained information from third parties. Some of this information may be personally identifiable, such as national change of address information. We do this to better target our information offerings and promotional campaigns and to provide pertinent offers in which we think you would be interested. In certain jurisdictions, we collect your consent and provide you with the possibility to unsubscribe to any such communications at any time by sending an email to: contact@fastatmath.com.

Other information

We also collect information that you voluntarily provide to us through responses to surveys, search functions, questionnaires, feedback, and the like.

We may also ask you to provide additional information such as your e-mail address if you want to obtain additional services or information or to resolve complaints or concerns.

Use of cookies and other tracking systems

Cookies, log files, and pixel-tags (web beacons) are technologies used by Fast@Math Web sites to identify a user as the user moves through our web sites. Your browser allows us to place some information (session based IDs and/or persistent cookies) on your computer's hard drive that identifies the computer you are using. We may use cookies to personalize our Web sites and to track your usage across other Fast@Math web sites.

Your web browser can be set to allow you to control whether you will accept cookies, reject cookies, or to notify you each time a cookie is sent to you. If your browser is set to reject cookies, web sites that are cookie-enabled will not recognize you when you return to the web site, and some web site functionality may be lost. The Help section of your browser will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting cookies.

On occasion, we contract with third parties to place cookies on your computer's hard drive. These third parties have entered into an agreement with us that requires them to observe our Privacy Policy. When information obtained from third parties is associated with your data we treat this data as personal information.

Although cookies do not normally contain personal data, if you have provided us information about you, we may associate your registration information with cookies or other tracking utilities our web site places on your computer's hard drive. Associating a cookie with your registration data allows us to offer increased personalization and functionality. Without cookies, this functionality would not be possible.

Some of our business partners may use cookies on our sites (for example, links to business partners). We do not want our business partners to use cookies to track our customers' activities once they leave our sites. However, we may not have total control over how our business partners may use cookies on our web sites. If you become aware that a Fast@Math business partner is placing an unwanted cookie on your hard drive, please contact Fast@Math to assist us in resolving the problem.

In addition, we may use other tracking systems like pixel-tags. Pixel tags, sometimes called web beacons, are similar in function to a cookie. But because of their insignificant size, it is not visible; though, they are used to pass certain information to our servers to personalize our web sites and to track your usage across other Fast@Math web sites. In addition, we may also use pixel tags in our HTML based e-mails. For any additional information about cookies please refer to our cookies policy to be found on www.fastatmath.com.

How we use your information
Aggregate data

We gather aggregate data about visitors to our web sites for product and service development and improvement activities. We also use it for market analysis. We may provide information from our web sites in aggregate form, with identifying information removed, to third parties. When aggregate health information is provided, we pool it from many individual records and strip it of any data that could be used to identify an individual before it is used. Any third party that receives aggregated health care data must agree not to attempt to re-identify the people it belongs to.

Marketing

We may target our marketing and health care messaging depending on information we have about you. We may also personalize our web site based on your interests. For example, you may see different articles in different places on our web site based on information you have shared with us, or information we have gained by reviewing your previous visits, or information we may have gained from your interactions with a third party that shares information with us.

When we share information with third parties working on behalf of Fast@Math, we use our best efforts to assure that they agree in writing to abide by Fast@Math privacy policies.

If we discover that a third party working on behalf of Fast@Math inappropriately disclosed personal information about any of our visitors, we will take immediate action to prevent further occurrences.

Other than as described above, Fast@Math will not release personal information to a third party without your consent.

Tell-A-Friend

You are free to tell your friends about our products and services. If you choose to use our referral function to tell a friend about our site and unless your friend has asked us not to send them marketing emails already, our site will ask you for your friend's name and e-mail address as well as your information. The form automatically sends your friend a one-time e-mail inviting him or her to visit the site. We do not access or store this information, except to send this invitation. We will only do this where we have suitable permissions or you have provided appropriate permissions (for instance, you are reasonably certain that your family and / or friends would consent to receiving the marketing material in question) as are required by privacy and data protection laws. We assume that you have obtained consent from your friends to make such referral. We will ask you to provide your consent where appropriate.

Protection of information
How Fast@Math handles privacy internally

Our commitment to security

We have put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard and help prevent unauthorized access, maintain data security, and correctly use the information we collect online. Please note that in general, using the internet is not safe and thus we are undertaking to provide a reasonable level of security based on general industry standards. We therefore recommend that you use every precaution to protect your information when using the internet and any other links. Fast@Math does not guarantee the security or confidentiality of transmissions. Fast@Math reserves the right to update or otherwise alter our security practices if and when it seems appropriate.

General policies

We have implemented technology and security policies, rules, and other measures to protect the personal data that we have under our control from unauthorized access, improper use, alteration, unlawful or accidental destruction, and accidental loss. We also protect your information by requiring that all our employees and others who have access to or are associated with the processing of your data respect your confidentiality.

Fast@Math uses security methods to determine the identity of each registered user, so that appropriate rights and restrictions can be enforced for that user. Reliable verification of user identity is called authentication. Fast@Math uses both passwords and usernames to authenticate users. Users are responsible for maintaining their own passwords.

Storage of information

Personal data you share with us is transferred and stored on our database servers at Fast@Math data centers located in countries outside of the European Economic Area or hosted by third parties that transfer and store information on database servers located in countries outside of the European Economic Area and who have entered into agreements with us that require them to observe the principles of the Privacy Policy. We have a firewall and other technology to prevent individuals from accessing information without authorization. Data centers are designed to be physically secure and protected from unauthorized access by unauthorized persons.

Information in our data centers is backed up routinely, in order to aid in the recovery of information in the event of accidental damage of information or due to a natural disaster. The backup media is stored in a physically secure storage facility.

We do not store credit card or payment information. This information is handled through a merchant vendor and never stored by Fast@Math.

Third parties

In addition to aggregate information (discussed previously), we may share some kinds of information with third parties as described below. We will only share information with other organizations where we have your permission to do so in accordance with this privacy policy, or where we believe it is necessary for a legitimate reason connected with the service we offer.

Companies and people who work for us: We contract with other companies and individuals to help us provide services. For example, we may host some of our web sites on another company's computers, hire technical consultants to maintain our web sites, or work with companies to remove repetitive information from customer lists, analyze data, provide marketing assistance, and provide customer service. We use our best efforts to limit other companies' use of personal data.

Fast@Math: we may transfer the information within Fast@Math for the purpose of storing and processing the data. For the purpose of such processing of personal data, intercompany agreements are put in place to ensure the security of the information transferred.

Promotional and informational offers: Sometimes we send offers to selected groups of customers. To accomplish this we may use third parties working on behalf of Fast@Math. We provide a variety of mechanisms for you to tell us you do not want to receive such promotional — informational offers. For example, we may provide an opt-in box for customers to receive information that is sent by a third-party fulfillment house, and we make clear that, by opting in, you are submitting your data to a third-party. You can elect not to receive promotional or informational material from us by following the instructions to opt-out as mentioned or included in each of our programs we send to you.

Business transfers: If we transfer a business or an asset (such as a web site) to another company, we will require it to honor the terms of this Privacy Policy unless we are transferred. Legal requirements: We may release account and other personal data when we believe release is required to comply with law.

Your privacy choices & California Consumer Privacy Protection Act

You may be given the option of receiving recurring informational/promotional e-mail from Fast@Math and third parties working with Fast@Math. You may opt-out from receiving this e-mail when you provide the information or follow the instructions as mentioned in the e-mail or included in each program we send to you. Fast@Math will unsubscribe you from that newsletter or other programs within 48 hours.

Fast@Math aims to be fully compliant with the California Consumer Privacy Act and its requirements. Registered users may request to be excluded from data disclosure. Registered users may also request the information that the website has associated with their account. For the most part, this is already available at the dashboard. Fast@Math is a small business and does not collect much personal information. We pledge to do our best to help respond to inquiries for data use.

To request the data we maintain about you, please send an email requesting the data to: contact@fastatmath.com.

To request deletion of personally identifiable data you provided the company, please send an email requesting the data to: contact@fastatmath.com.

Updating your personal information and contacting Fast@Math

You can always contact us in order to (i) request to access your personal data (ii) request to remove the personal data that you have provided to us from our systems, (iii) update the personal data that you have provided to us, and (iii) change your preferences with respect to marketing contacts, by e-mailing us at contact@fastatmath.com, or if available, also logging into your account to update your information.

Children's policy

We are committed to protecting the privacy of children. We make efforts to not collect personal data from any person under the age of 13. In the event that we discover a person under the age of 13, the account is deleted.

Fast@Math Privacy Policy updated Sep 1, 2020.

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