These privacy statements are intended to inform you on how card2brain.ch processes and saves your personal data. They amend the General Terms and Conditions of card2brain.ch.
Your flashcards at card2brain are public. Your cards are automatically displayed in the library and other users can learn, rate and comment your cards.
card2brain.ch submits to the following principles when protecting your personal data:
- card2brain.ch collects, processes and uses your data subject to the Swiss Data Protection Act.
- card2brain.ch will neither submit your data for the attention of third parties for the purpose of advertisement or marketing nor pass it on otherwise to third parties.
- To register, you have to specify a valid e-mail address, your last name and first name.
- It is up to you to decide which pieces of information you want to make accessible and for whom on the basis of your privacy settings.
- When you delete your card2brain account, your data will be removed from the card2brain database.
- card2brain.ch analyses your visits anonymously by means of google Analytics. This is carried out in such a way that no conclusion on your personal surfing behaviour whatsoever can be drawn.
In the privacy settings, you can configure whether card2brain may make your personal data accessible to others and if so, in what way.
- You can make information accessible for the following groups:
- for you only,
- for logged on users only
- for anybody (including search engines).
- Thereby, you can protect the following pieces of information:
- your name (the name is always visible for logged on users)
- your profile
- which cards you are learning
- your study progress
- The profile contains especially the following pieces of information:
- your name
- since when you are in
- your (own) sets of flashcards.
- If you have unlocked your sets of flashcards, your profile displays furthermore
- what you are currently studying
- your sets of flashcards
- Depending on your settings concerning privacy, you will figure amongst the ”students“ and ”co-authors“ of flashcard sets in the library.