Section 1. Information collected
LLF collects information about Users of the Foundation’s website in order to process any applications, provide electronic information services, and construct a secure and personalized Internet resource.
The following list includes the different types of information the Foundation collects:
(A) Personal Information
“Personal Information” is information that would allow someone to identify or contact Users, including, for example, Users’ names, organisations and email addresses. Personal Information does not include aggregated information or information about Users that, by itself, does not permit the identification of individual persons. For example, statistics about how many persons visited the Foundation’s website last month is not Personal Information.
(B) Nonpersonally Identifiable Information
“Nonpersonally Identifiable Information” is anonymous information about Users that does not include Users’ names or contact information. Examples of such aggregated data would be IP addresses, browser types, and access times. The Foundation may use this information to customise the Foundation’s website for Users and may not include or refer to Personal Information, such as Users’ email addresses, when using this type of data.
(C) Aggregated Information
“Aggregated Information” refers to information the Foundation gathers by aggregating Nonpersonally Identifiable Information to provide summaries of use of the Foundation’s website. The Foundation uses Aggregated Information to show usage patterns and to do such things as negotiate with vendors of Internet services. Such Information is not linked to Users’ Personal Information.
Section 2. Personal information the Foundation collects
The Foundation may collect Personal Information when Users:
- Sign up as subscribers to electronic information services;
- Make changes to their subscriber profile information; or
- Send messages, forms, or other information to the Foundation via email or the Foundation’s website.
When Users apply for courses, jobs, they must provide the Foundation with such Personal Information as name and title of a contact person, organisation name, address and email address, and a brief statement outlining the organisation’s need for support.
When Users sign up as subscribers to electronic information services, the Foundation asks for Personal Information, such as email addresses, to allow the Foundation to create Users’ accounts, respond to Users’ questions, or contact Users regarding their accounts.
Section 3. Foundation’s use of personal information
The Foundation uses Users’ Personal Information to process applications, to provide electronic information services, to create a secure and personalised service for its Users, and to contact them, if Users expressly consent, regarding updates about the Foundation’s website.
Section 4. Disclosure of personal information
The Foundation shall not disclose Users’ Personal Information to third parties without Users’ permission. So, for example, the Foundation does not sell Users’ email addresses or other Personal Information to mass marketers. The Foundation may disclose Nonpersonally Identifiable Information and Aggregated Information about its Users, but that information does not contain Personal Information. If law enforcement or judicial authorities require the Foundation to provide Personal Information concerning any Users, the Foundation must cooperate with the authorities if their requirement is supported with the necessary legal documentation.
Section 5. Consent
Section 6. Choices regarding collection, use, and disclosure of personal information
Users may limit the collection and use of different elements of their Personal Information by not participating in those activities in which the Foundation collects Personal Information, as listed in Section 2. Users may choose to discontinue the collection, use, and disclosure of their Personal Information by using the Foundation’s website without registering or by discontinuing their use of the Foundation’s website altogether.
Please note that if Users provide any information directly to parties other than the Foundation, including sites linked to by the Foundation’s Website, different rules may apply to their use or disclosure of the Personal Information Users disclose to them. The Foundation encourages Users to investigate and ask questions before disclosing information to third parties.
Section 7. Correcting, updating, and deleting personal information
The Foundation shall provide Users with the opportunity to opt in to receive communications from the Foundation. Once Users opt in, they can discontinue receiving updates about or other information from the Foundation by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and directly unsubscribe through the link provided in the communication received from the Foundation.
Section 8. Security procedures
The Foundation has implemented security measures to protect Users’ information from loss, misuse, and alteration. The Foundation uses industry-standard practices, such as encrypted storage and password protection systems, to safeguard the confidentiality of Users’ Personal Information.
Section 9. Notification of changes
If the Foundation decides to use Users’ Personal Information in a manner different from that stated at the time of collection, the Foundation shall notify Users via email. Users may choose whether or not the Foundation may use such information in this manner. In addition, if the Foundation makes any material changes in its privacy practices that do not affect Users’ information already stored in its database, the Foundation shall post a prominent notice on the Foundation’s website notifying Users of the change. In some cases where the Foundation posts such notice, the Foundation may also email Users who have opted to receive communications from the Foundation, notifying them of the changes in the Foundation’s privacy practices.
Section 10. Contact information
Language and Learning Foundation
V-19, First Floor, Green Park Extension, New Delhi – 110016, Phone: 011-26106045