Last updated: 10 October 2018
Effective date: 25 May 2018
Public at www.bitesize.irish/privacy
We, Bitesize Irish Gaelic Ltd., provide our services to you primarily digitally. Thus, to provide those services to you, we act as a Controller of your information.
This Privacy Notice covers our treatment of personally identifiable information (“Personal Information”) that we gather when you are accessing or using our Website and Personal information that we gather when you access or use our Services.
This section covers information collected and used on our website.
We receive and store personal information you provide to us, including name and email address, such as when registering for a free trial. That information is shared with trusted third party information processors, including email marketing platforms.
By visiting our site, your browser sends and receives information to our server, such as browser version, IP address and cookies stored.
Usage data: by navigating through our site, we collect usage data through several third-party information processors, which allow us to analyse usage trends and traffic levels to our site. We record specific events, such as when certain marketing buttons are clicked. Usage data information is stored in Google Analytics for traffic analysis and Vero for usage-based email correspondence with you.
Provision of information: our website includes calls Aweber (to host email signup forms).
Surveys: Information you submit as surveys or other forms are collected and stored by Google Forms.
These terms are in addition to the privacy for our Website.
Generally, our services are paid for, and as such your billing information is stored at our payment processors, including Stripe and Chargebee. Bitesize Irish Gaelic never receives your credit card number directly. We do have access to your billing information such as name and address that your provide at checkout. When registering for an account we ask you for a Display Name which may be displayed publicly on our website and to other members. We use your email address to communicate with you, such as emails to help you through your free trial and then through your time as a member. We provide your name and email information to Aweber and Vero in order to be able to correspond with you over email.
To create an account on our website to use our services, we ask you to choose a password. That password is not stored in plain text. Rather, it is hashed and stored on our server.
We collect usage data to help analyse and improve our services, including: time logged in, lessons viewed, audio played, and progress through our course. Certain events, such as when audio is played, are also stored in trusted third-party information processors including Google Analytics and Vero, to help us see usage patterns on our service.
Bitesize Irish Gaelic Ltd. is headquartered at 69 Céide Chloch an Mhéara, Cloch an Mhéara, Luimneach, V94 PR9K, Ireland.
Including as described above, we use a number of trusted third party information processors, such as Google Analytics and Stripe to provide our website and services. Given the global nature of services, your information may pass through and be stored in a number of countries worldwide. We only use services that are compliant with GDPR EU law.
If Bitesize Irish Gaelic Ltd. or its assets are acquired, or if the company shuts down or enters bankrupcy, for example, assets of the company including stored Personal Information may be needed to be shared with a third party business.
Our legal basis for collecting and using the Personal Information described above will depend on the Personal Information concerned and the specific context in which we collect it. However, we will normally collect Personal Information only where we have your consent to do so, where we need the Personal Information to perform a contract with you, or where the processing is in our legitimate interests and not overridden by your data protection interests or fundamental rights and freedoms.
We endevour to meet your rights under GDPR if you are a resident of the EAA. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any requests you have as such a resident to exercise such rights.