1. About the collection, use and protection of personal data when using Psy@Home

When the Customer uses Psy@Home, we automatically collect information about his/her visit. This includes the pages he/she clicks on, if he/shevisited this website before as well as which website or search engine he/she used to get to our pages. The information we gather from the Customer’s visit is not personal and cannot be used to identify him/her as a person in any way. We use this information to monitor how people use Psy@Home. All information the Customer enters in the Application, such as his/her profile, tasks, answers, and test results, will be subject to the terms and conditions as specified below under number 4.

2. Automatically collected data

Every time a Customer visit Psy@Home or the Application, we automatically collect data about his/her visit. This includes: - Which page the Customer entered first - Which pages the Customer visits - Whether the Customer has visited the website before - Which website the Customer came from - How long the Customer stayed on the page - The keyword(s) the Customer entered in the search engine - The IP address of the Customer - The operating system, browser type and version the Customer uses - The screen resolution and the number of colours used by the Customers’ PC - The language, country and zone/city The data is collected using cookies, so-called "web beacons" and log files. Most websites or online media collect this type of data, so this is standard practice.

3. Why do we collect data about our Customers' visits?

We use the non-personal data from cookies, web beacons and log files to learn how the Customer usesPsy@Home and the Application. We monitor which pages users consider more or less interesting. This helps us to further develop and improve Psy@Home and the Application, making them more user-friendly and -relevant. We use data collected about tendencies and user behaviour both internally and publicly for marketing purposes, such as tendency reports based on figures from visitor statistics. This kind of data is collected for all or larger groups of visitors. Again, they do not contain any information which can identify the Customer personally. If the Customer is registered as a user of the Psy@HomeApplication, cookies are also used to prefill the log-in fields.

4. How is the personal data of the Customer protected?

The personal data we collect is stored in a secure environment and treated confidentially. Access to this data is limited to selected Psy@Home employees and suppliers. We do our utmost to secure the data of the Customer in the best possible way, but we cannot guarantee the safety of this data, when they are transferred over the Internet. When data is transferred over the Internet, there is a certain risk that others can access them illicitly. In other words, the safety of the data transfer is the Customers’ responsibility. The data of the Customer is not disclosed to any third party without his/her permission, unless legislative authorities require that they be delivered.