Policy and Privacy and Netiquette
See definitions in Terms and Conditions
Learn in a FLASH ltd will use any personal data you inserted in the Website for the following purposes: contract and legal, recording, data collection, direct marketing.
If you disagree with our policy you should leave this website.
Any external link are clearly identifiable and third parties receiving your data from us will be responsible for the treatment.
Learn in a FLASH ltd respects the right to privacy as under the Data Protection Acts.
Purpose of Data Collection
You data will not be sold to third parties.
Learn in a FLASH ltd will use such data collected to contact you also for commercial purposes both directly or through agents, manage operations, provide services also on the behalf of users and visitors and third parties, automatic and or manual translations, marketing. You may opt out of commercial communications.
A cookie is a small piece of data sent the Website and stored in your web browser while browsing. Cookies are designed to be a reliable mechanism for the Website to remember stateful information (such as items added in the shopping cart) or to record browsing activity (including clicking particular buttons, logging in, or recording which pages were visited in the past).
Cookies can also be used to remember arbitrary pieces of information previously entered into form fields such as names, addresses, passwords, and credit card numbers.
Cookies perform essential functions in the modern web. Perhaps most importantly, authentication cookies used to know whether you are logged in or not, and to which account. Without such a mechanism, the Website would not know whether to send a page containing sensitive information, or require authentication by logging in.
The security of an authentication cookie generally depends on the security of the issuing Website, the web browser used and connections. Security vulnerabilities may allow a cookie's data to be read by a hacker, used to gain access to user data, or used to gain access (with the user's credentials) to the Website. You may interrogate your browser and know is cookies are being sent. If you don’t allow cookies this Website will not work properly. You may consider cancelling cookies whenever you conclude a booking if you do not want to risk data on our Website to be seen by others, keep in mind we are talking only about the data provided while browsing and using our Website.
Messaging, Video and Voice Calls
This Website also uses third parties to provide Services. We disclose data from any use in accordance with Policy, Terms and Conditions.
The Company retains the right to verify and review the content of material and information transmitted to and through the Website.
This Website uses data encryption to improve security. Credit and Debit Card details will be used by third parties, including your bank, to perform transactions.
Third parties will be bound to similar data protection acts when receiving information from us to perform the services required by our users including visitors and you.
Thirds parties could be advertisers, commercial partners, sponsors, licensees, researchers, public bodies or others. As we do not sell data collected, any unrightful use would have to be reported and claims made to those parties who have breached laws about data protection or others. In the case of claims made against us for the behaviour of third parties, whether involved or not in the providing of services, will be considered an attempt to damage our Company; nevertheless we will proceed also against these third parties who unlawfully use data collected through our Website or Company.
Were the Website or the Company sold, merged, liquidated or simply inherited, all the data collected involved will be passed on to the new owner together with assets, licences, rights and whatever involved in the transfer to the acquiring party or legal successor.
We cannot guarantee your data is safe as on the internet such claim would be unsightly.
Most of your data, for example not credit card details which are held by third parties managing payments nor cookies which may be saved on your browser, is stored on secure servers hosted by Amazon Web Services (aws.amazon.com) which is Safe Harbour Certified. Learn in a FLASH ltd reserves the right, and by using our Website you agree to such right, to move our databases and all the content, which includes your data, to other hosts.
Adding, modifying and deleting and concerns about Data
You are responsible for the correctness and the correction of the data on your Profile. You may access your Profile and other parts of the Website as a user by inserting user and password, if either are forgotten or cancelled from cookies, just follow the instructions to get a new one to open and manage your profile again and browse the Website as a user.
Learn in a FLASH ltd only provides information, adds, modifies or deletes data upon request and at a fee or for free (typically the latter case if for commercial purposes) as specified when responding to any such request; such fee depend upon the request forwarded. Please use contact module found on the menu bar as “Contact us”.
Changes to Policy
Legal and other expenses
Learn in a FLASH ltd and its staff, both internal and outsourced, will consider asking for reimbursements for expenses caused and arising from and against any claim, liability, damage, loss and/or expense, including, and not limited to, legal, managing and accounting expenses and fees.
Any Client, as Student Guests, and supplier, as Persons listing making claims against our Company should carefully consider the liabilities of the many parties involved in the providing of the services listed in this Website. Learn in a FLASH ltd is a booking Website where listing, and all information included, is fundamentally provided by third parties, that is also by agencies, subsidiaries and affiliates with commercial agreements with the Company. The same for the information provided by the Student Guests and other users of the Website for which again Learn in a FLASH ltd cannot guarantee correctness and thus cannot be made liable for the data provided by these parties.