Privacy at LinguLab

LinguLab attaches great importance to handling your data in a secure and private way. Personal data is saved, processed and analyzed only if necessary. 
Data will not be handed over to third parties other than for payment issues. Under no circumstances will we sell or lease your data or benefit from it in any other way.

The following privacy policy informs you on how we safeguard your data and specifies in detail what data is stored for which reasons.

Data processing

LinguLab collects and saves information transferred by your browser in an automated way. That is:
  • your operating system
  • your browser type and browser version
  • the referring URL
  • your IP address
  • the date and time of your web request
This data is anonymous to LinguLab. We will not match this data with data from other sources.

Personal information

When you sign up for an account, you will have to provide some personal information. During the trial period this includes your name, the name of your account, and your e-mail address. To continue using LinguLab after the trial period, you will have to provide your postal address as well.

If you contact LinguLab via e-mail or instant messaging, we will save a copy of the conversation for later reference. If you comment on our blog, we will save your IP address.

Information sharing

LinguLab does not hand over personal information to third parties or use it in any non-related matter, as long as we do not have your written permission to do so (e.g. per e-mail) or are forced to do so by law.

Cookies

LinguLab uses cookies – small files containing a string of characters. We use cookies to improve the quality and usability of our service. Most of the cookies used by LinguLabare so-called session cookies: they will be deleted after your session automatically.LinguLab also uses cookies to identify a user during a session, so the user does not have to log in on any personalized site again and again.

You can force your browser to block cookies in your browser settings, but we do not recommend that: some features might not be usable anymore.

The list below explains the cookies we use and why.
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These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site, which we use to help improve it. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited. Click here for an overview of privacy at Google

Safety precautions

Your LinguLab.account is password protected to prevent others from getting access to your data. We advise you to chose a secure password (more than six characters, including numbers and special characters) as well as to change your password periodically.

HTTPS (SSL) is included in every account. By accessing LinguLab over HTTPS, all data will be encrypted while traveling between servers. We advise you to always use HTTPS when using LinguLab over a public network, at internet cafes, or when you are sharing your computer with other people. Log out when you’re done, and shut down the browser window to make sure others can not access your personal information.

Changes

Please note that this privacy policy may change from time to time. We will not reduce your rights under this privacy policy without telling you about it via e-mail, and we expect that most changes will be minor. You will find the current version right here.

More information

Please drop us a line if you have any further questions about the processing or storage of your personal data: privacy@lingulab.net. We will be glad to answer.
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