Acceptance of Terms
Your Personal Information
We collect Your Personal Information whenever you (i) register for a free diagnostic test or free trial, (ii) purchase an ePrep product or service, or (iii) obtain an eprep and/or CERT account through your school, school district, library, or other organization. We also collect Your Personal Information when you register, during the purchase process or otherwise, to receive informational updates, offers, and/or other notifications from ePrep. As we collect Your Personal Information, we safeguard its privacy by using measures that are both customary and commercially reasonable. We use Your Personal Information to provide you with the products and/or services that you purchased from us and to provide you with the informational updates, offers, and other notifications that you registered, during the purchase process or otherwise, to receive. We also use Your Personal Information and that of all or some other visitors to generate statistics regarding the demographics of visitors and to help us understand (i) how visitors value our products and services and (ii) how visitors use the Site, in general, and specific pages of the Site, in particular. We maintain the privacy of Your Personal Information by using measures that are both customary and commercially reasonable. Notwithstanding the forgoing, ePrep reserves the right to disclose Your Personal Information, if it is required by law to be disclosed, material to a legal proceeding, ordered to be disclosed by a government body or court of competent jurisdiction, or if we have properly obtained your consent. We may also share Your Personal Information with third parties that are in the business of providing products or services that we think may be of interest to you.
Your IP Address and Anonymous Data
We collect data when you visit the Site. Such data includes, but is not limited to, your IP (Internet Protocol) address and information like your browser type, operating system, domain name, platform, connection speed, and referring web site addresses (collectively, "Your Anonymous Information"). We use Your Anonymous Information and that of all, or at times some, other visitors (collectively "Anonymous Visitor Information") to generate statistics regarding the demographics of visitors. We also use Anonymous Visitor Information to generate statistics to help us understand how visitors use the Site, in general, and specific pages of the Site, in particular. To help us enhance and develop the Site and our products and services, however, we may disclose Anonymous Visitor Information to third parties in the form of anonymous, aggregate demographics and usage statistics.
You can visit the Site and use many of our free features without giving us Your Personal Information, other than your IP address, which may or may not constitute a piece of personally identifiable information. Again, except for your IP address, ePrep does not collect Your Personal Information except when such information is specifically provided by you when you (i) register for a free diagnostic test or free trial, (ii) purchase an ePrep product or service, or (iii) otherwise register with ePrep. We ensure that the collection of Your Personal Information is not excessive by industry standards.
In order to comply with COPPA regulations, as amended, students under the age of thirteen are not permitted to purchase ePrep products or services, or otherwise register with ePrep directly. ePrep requires the parents/guardians of such students to complete purchases, or otherwise register, under their own names. The Site's online forms contain blocking mechanisms that are intended to prevent the collection of personally identifiable information from users under the age of thirteen who attempt to make purchases or otherwise register with ePrep. Once the Site recognizes that a user is under the age of thirteen, it automatically rejects such purchase or registration.
Contacting the Site; Questions about Data Collection and Processing
P.O. Box 1299
Princeton, New Jersey 08542-1299
Last Modified February 12, 2016