Privacy Policy

Last updated on the 27th of April 2018.


This document is meant to clarify our use of your personal information, our storing of cookies and other things that might affect the privacy of your person.

1. Data collection

1.1 What we store

We collect information that personally identifies you, such as your name, email, ip adress, username and password. The decision to provide this information is optional.

1.2 Subscribing via Facebook Messenger

When subscribing to receive the courses via Facebook Messenger, you are agreeing to Facebook's privacy policy. Note that admins for the Facebook page Daily Bits Of have access to your conversation with the bot. We only use this information if a user seems like they need help or guidance with the bot. We would never use your comments for any other use than enhancing your personal learning experience. As with all our data we will never sell this information to a third party.

1.3 Registration via Facebook Connect

If you opt to log in via your Facebook Account Log-In, which is operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”), you allow us to collect authentication information like your user name, encoded access information and other information that is available on or through your Facebook-Account. Using Facebook Connect shall be subject to Facebook’s data protection policies and terms of use. Your data transferred through Facebook Connect will be saved and processed by us for registration purposes on Daily Bits Of.

1.4 How we use Cookies

We use cookies (a small text file placed on your computer to identify your computer and web browser).

We use cookies and web beacons to improve the experience of the Site and Services, such as pre-populating your email address in our subscribe form.

We use technologies, such as cookies, to customise content and advertising, to provide social media features and to analyse traffic to our site. We also share information about your use of our site with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partners.

You can disable any cookies already stored on your computer, but these may stop our website from functioning properly.

You can easily withdraw your cookie-consent by removing or tightening your cookie-settings that can be found within your browser settings.

1.5 Facebook Pixel

A Facebook pixel is code that we have placed on our website. This allow us to advertise our service to people who have visited our website. Thus, you might see ads for Daily Bits Of in your Facebook feed after you have visited our website. We post ads to get more people to take our courses.

https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/

1.6 Mixpanel

We also uses the web analysis service of Mixpanel Inc., 799 Market St, Floor 7, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA (“Mixpanel”). Mixpanel also uses so-called “Cookies”, text files that are stored on your computer enabling analysis of your use of the internet site. The information created by the cookie regarding your website use will usually be transferred to a Mixpanel server in the USA and saved there. We will anonymize the IP address ((anonymize) so called IP-masking), and your IP address will be shortened by Mixpanel within the member states of the European Union or other contracting states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. The full IP address shall only be submitted to a Mixpanel server in the USA in exceptional cases and will be shortened there. Mixpanel will use this information on behalf of us to evaluate your use of the website and to compose reports regarding website activities. The IP address submitted by your browser within Mixpanel process shall not be connected with other Mixpanel data.

Here’s a useful link from Mixpanel on how to prevent the use of their cookies: http://mixpanel.com/optout/.

The user profiles created by Mixpanel serve the purpose of visitor behavior analysis and are evaluated for improving and customizing of our offers.

Further general information about Mixpanel is available here.

1.7 Full summary of personal information we store

Personal data ending with _id can be used as keys to identify a user within the services it’s stored for. Fb_id can be used towards Facebook to find a Facebook-user and Stripe Id’s can identify a Stripe user within it’s services with additional personal information such as credit card numbers etc.

2. Payment Data

If you are using our trials or if you sign-up for our subscriptions or purchase something via the service, credit card information and other finance related information that are necessary for payment processing will be collected and saved by a payment service provider called Stripe. We also collect details of your transaction history. Other than that, Stripe provide us only with very limited information regarding you, e.g. the specific token that enables you to perform further purchases using the data saved by the provider as well as your type of card, expiration date und the last four digits of the number.

3. Newsletters

When signing up for a course you need to accept receiving our weekly newsletter. By choosing to opt-in you will get weekly course-recommendations and some links to articles about learning.

With newsletter registration, your e-mail address will also be used for information and advertisement until you cancel the newsletter (hit “Unsubscribe” in emails sent from us. Cancellation is possible at any time via your settings page.

Revoking your consent for receiving the newsletter will not cause any costs for you; except for transmission costs pursuant to the respective basic rates of your phone/internet provider.

4. Access and Update of Profile Data, Deletion

You can access and change your profile data via your account-settings.

5. Information about Saved Data, Contact

If you have any questions or comments about this data protection notification or your personal data, please contact our CEO Niklas Laninge via [email protected]

You can always request free of charge information regarding data we saved about you, e.g. via e-mail [email protected]. We will answer within an appropriate period after proof of identity. You may possibly be entitled to request that your data will be corrected, suspended or deleted.