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A new law has been made that keeps your information safe – things like your email address, your name, .... Wooclap and other people collect and use information for all kinds of reasons, and the new law tells them exactly what they are allowed to do with yours. We collect some information about students like you. It’s our job to tell you how we will collect the information, how we will record it and how we will use it.
In this notice, you will see different names or terms used that you may not be familiar with, such as:
Wooclap is the data controller of the personal information you give us – we look at how and why your information is collected and used. Sometimes Wooclap has to give your information to other people, such as the government, or third-party providers, but it will only give away your information when you say it’s ok or when the law says that they have to. When your data is given to someone else, they must look after it and keep it safe.
We will only collect your information when we need it to help us do our job.
When we’ve collected it, here’s how we use it:
The categories of information that the Wooclap collects, holds and shares include the following:
When you participate in an event on Wooclap, if the teacher does not require authentication, you can participate anonymously; this means you don't have to provide a name nor an email address. Of course, in that case, we still need to collect your answers to questions, but the teacher will not be able to know who answered what.
If the authentication is required to participate in an event, you can always choose to provide a nickname instead of your real name, and use a service to generate a one-time use email address.
We don’t keep it forever, only for as long as we need it to help us do the thing we needed it for.
We won’t share personal information with anyone else, unless the law says we can or should. For instance, if legally required, we may share information with the police force.
You and your parents have the right to:
If you’re worried about how we get and use your information, you can speak to your teacher at your school, who will be able to help you and answer any questions that you have.
Now you’ve read this, we hope you understand that: