Here at ReactJS.academy, we take your privacy seriously and are always aiming to ensure your personal information is kept safe. We aim to instill trust in everything that we do and give you the best quality experience with us.
ReactJS.academy is part of the LeanJS family. LeanJS is a digital design, development and training company who produces digital products, trainings and associated services based in London, UK. For more information, please check out https://leanjs.com/ and if you have any question, please don’t hesitate in contacting us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a base level of information, we might collect your email address but only when you give it to us.
ReactJS Academy will be collecting information. As mentioned previously, ReactJS Academy is part of the LeanJS family. Find out more about LeanJS at LeanJS.com/
Aside from when you sign up to a training, ReactJS.academy is collecting your email through a newsletter sign-up form.
Apart from sending you details about any purchases with us, your email address is used to send you newsletters about ReactJS Academy news and offers.
Using your email as the primary way of setting up the account means that, whatever happens - issues with your account, important notifications about our service etc - we have a means of contacting you.
Another key reason for collecting your email is to confirm your attendance at one of the trainings you have shown interest in attending. These communications will not be unsolicited and only initiated if you have indicated you’d like to receive them. These communications could be, but not excluded to, the following: Confirmation of event/training ticket purchase Reminder of upcoming events/training
Lastly, if you have opted-in to the email newsletter, you will receive emails of a marketing nature that will feature events/trainings/services that you may not have indicated to us that you are interested in but we feel will enrich your experience with us. You are able to unsubscribe to these marketing emails by contactin us at email@example.com.
Your information security is very important to us so we will never share your personal details with third parties without your consent.
The key parties we share information with will be:
When you sign up to a training/event/service, we will send third party providers your information to ensure that you are able to attend and get the best customer service possible. This is the information that you will provide to us when you sign up to the training/event/service.
For example, we hold many training events at third party venues and to ensure you are allowed to enter the building, your details will be sent to them to create a vistors list.
ReactJS.academy promises not to share your information with third parties that aren't connected to a training/event/service that you've signed up for without expressed consent from you.
ReactJS.academy promises that we will not keep your details on file for more than 10 years and we will be in contact then to ask whether you would like us to keep your information on file.
There shouldn’t be any difference in the way that you have experienced ReactJS.academy previously. However, due to the way that the GDPR regulations have been introduced in May 2018, you will have to make sure you opt-in to email newsletters again from ReactJS.academy or any other LeanJS-related parties.
Easily! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know and we’ll remove all your details (forever).
In addition to personal information that you give us, there is anonymous data that is collected through ‘Cookies’. Cookies is a small text file that our site may place on your computer that helps us understand how people use ReactJS.academy - this in turn helps us improve our service. For more information about cookies, click here.
The information that is collected from cookies can include (but not excluded to):
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