Privacy Policy

1. Privacy Policy

When you visit our website,, your personal information is collected, processed and shared in accordance with this Privacy Policy (the "Webtutor").

Your visit to is governed by our Privacy Policy, which describes how we collect, protect and disclose information as a result of your use of the Service. If you use our services, you consent to the collection and use of your information in accordance with this policy. The terms used in this Privacy Policy, unless otherwise specified, have the same meanings as those found in our Terms and Conditions. Your relationship with us ("Agreement") is governed by our terms and conditions ("Terms"), which, together with the Privacy Statement, apply to all use of our Services.

The privacy of our visitors is one of our top considerations at Web Tutor, which is reachable via The sorts of information that Web Tutor gathers and records, as well as how we utilise it, are detailed in our Privacy Policy document. Please get in touch with us if you have any further inquiries or need more details about our privacy policy.

2. The information we collect

When you use the Site, we automatically collect certain information about your device, including information about your web browser, IP address, time zone, and certain cookies that are installed on it. In addition, we track the specific web pages or items you visit while using the Site, the websites or search keywords that took you there, and your interactions with the Site. Web Tutor may collect certain information about a visitor's computer or phone that may be presented by the visitor's browser, such as: Browser information, IP address, page accessed, geographic location, time of visit, referring site, application or service.We and/or our affiliates only use this information in aggregate form to run the Site, monitor trends, gauge site usage, and access those portions of the Site. We don't gather and assess this data on behalf of other people. We don't gather anything that may be used to uniquely identify you, including your name, email, address, or phone number. Without registering, users are allowed to access Web tutor and browse all of its pages.

Personal Data

When using our Service, we may need to send you certain personally identifiable information (also referred to as "Personal Data") that can be used to contact you or identify you. Your name, email address, phone number, the text of any message you provide to us, any attachment you provide to us, and any other information you choose are all examples of Personally Identifiable Information. We may use your personal data to contact you with newsletters, marketing or promotional materials, and other information that may be of interest to you. By clicking on the unsubscribe link in any or all of these emails from us, you can opt out of receiving them.

Usage Data

We may also collect data from your browser whenever you use a device to access our Service or when you visit our Site ("Usage Data"). This Usage Data includes details such as your computer's Internet Protocol address (or IP address), the type and version of your browser, the pages of our Service you visit, when and how long you spend on those pages, unique device identifiers can join. , and other diagnostic data. When you use a device to access the Service, this Usage Data includes the type of device you use, its unique ID, its IP address, its operating system, the web browser you use as well as other diagnostic data.

Location Data

If you give us your consent, we may collect and store information about your location ("Location Data"). We use your information to provide service features, enhance and personalise our service. Whenever you use our Service, you can enable or disable location services by adjusting the settings on your device.

3. Cookies and Third Party Advertising

While we do not use cookies to collect or store personal information, we do allow third-party businesses to display advertisements and/or collect certain anonymous data when you visit our website. During your visit to this and other websites, these companies use non-personally identifiable information (such as clickstream data, browser type, time and date, and the subject of the clicked or scrolled ad) to present relevant advertising. To do and provide. Services. Your interest will increase.

A "cookie" is a small text file that a web server sends to your browser to make it easier and faster for your computer to access data on a certain website. You have the option to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers allow cookies by default, but you can modify your browser settings to decline all cookies.

4. Use of the Data

Log Files

Web Tutor uses log files in accordance with industry standards. These records keep track of who visits which website. This is a practice shared by all hosting firms and a component of their analytics. Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser types, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), date and time stamps, referring/exit sites, and even click counts are among the data that log files collect. These are not linked to any personally identifiable information. The information is used for trend analysis, website administration, tracking user behaviour on the site, and for demographic research.


Online Tutor uses "cookies" just like any other website. These cookies are used to record data about visitors' preferences and the webpages they access or browse through on the website. By customising the content of our web pages to the browser types and/or other information of visitors, we can improve the user experience.

5. Our Advertising Partners

Web beacons and cookies may be used by some advertisers on our site. Below is a list of our advertising partners. Each of our advertising partners has a privacy statement that explains how they handle user data. Here, we have included links to their privacy policies for your convenience.

Third-party ad servers

In their individual advertisements and links that appear on web pages, third-party ad servers or ad networks may employ technologies such as cookies, JavaScript, or web beacons, which are transmitted directly to users' browsers. When this happens your IP address is automatically transmitted to them. These tools are used to measure the success of their marketing initiatives and/or to customise the advertising content you see on the websites you visit. You should be aware that Web Tutor does not have access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party marketers.

Third Party Privacy Policies

Such advertisers and websites are not covered by the Web Tutor Privacy Policy. As a result, we recommend that you review the individual privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for additional information. It may also provide information about their policies and how to decline particular options. Through the options available in each browser, you can decide to turn off cookies. On the webpages of each online browser, you can find more in-depth information on how to manage cookies with that browser.

6. Children's Information

Adding protection for children accessing the Internet is also one of our priorities. We urge parents and guardians to monitor, engage in, monitor and/or direct their children's Internet behaviour. No Personal Identifiable Information is knowingly provided by Online Tutor to children under the age of 13. We strongly advise you to notify us immediately if you believe that your child has provided this type of information on our website. We will make every effort to expeditiously delete such information from our databases.

7. Online Privacy Policy Only

The information provided and/or collected by website visitors to Web Tutor is subject to the terms of this Privacy Policy, which pertains solely to our online operations. Information collected offline or from sources other than this website is not covered under this policy.

8. How do we store and protect your Users personal Data?

Once we have your personal information, we are dedicated to keeping it secure. We take trade, technical and security measures. Despite our best efforts, if we become aware of a security breach, we will notify you so that you can take the necessary precautions. We only retain your personal information for as long as is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which we received it as we do not want to keep it for longer than necessary. We take action to destroy it after we no longer need it, unless we are bound by law to store it for longer.

9. What do we mean by "personal information"?

In our view, "personal information" is any information that can be directly or objectively linked or combined to identify you (such as your name, email address, or billing information) (such as an account identification number or IP address) . We will always tell you what personal data we collect from you. For more information, see the Privacy Notice for each product. "Non-personal information" is any information that does not fall into this category. We will store the combination of your personal information and non-personal information as personal information. Non-personal information is what is left behind after all personally identifiable information has been removed from a piece of data.

10. How do we learn information about users?

When you give it to us voluntarily (such as when you choose to send us crash reports), we collect it automatically through our products and services (such as when your Firefox browser logs in with us to see if checks whether it's up to date), someone else gives it to us (such as when Thunderbird works with your email providers to set up your account), or we collect information about you based on the information you provide When we try to understand more, we learn more about you.

11. What do we do with users information, after we receive it?

We will only use the information you give us in the manner that you have authorised. Typically, we utilise your information to better serve you by enabling us to offer our goods and services.

12. When do we share users information with others?

After obtaining your consent to request and distribute it. To process or offer you goods and services, but only if the organisations receiving your information are legally bound to handle the data in a manner that Webtutor approves. While we are openly pursuing our objective. To improve our products and promote the open web, we disclose information from time to time. But, if we do, we take care to delete any personal information from which you can be re-identified.

when it is required by law. We follow the law when the government or a lawsuit asks for information from you. Unless we are legally prohibited from doing so, we will notify you when we are asked to provide your personal information in this way. When we receive such a request, we will not provide your personal information unless we have a good faith belief that we are required to do so by law. This policy is not intended to prevent any legal arguments or objections that may be made to a third party's request for the release of your information.

When we think it is necessary to protect you or someone else from danger. We will only do so if we have the good faith opinion that disclosing this information is reasonably necessary to protect the rights, property or safety of you, other users, Webtutor, or the general public. Your information may be transferred to a successor or affiliate if our organisational structure or status changes (for example, if we go through a reorganisation, are purchased, or file for bankruptcy) .

13. What would happen if we alter this privacy statement?

Our announcements and this policy may need to be revised. Changes will be published online. If there are significant changes, we will notify you about the upgrade through Webtutor customary forums and blog articles. Your use of the product or service after modifications become effective constitutes your acceptance of such changes. An effective date will be posted at the top of the page for your convenience.

14. Social Sharing Features

You may share activities on the Services with other media by using social sharing tools and other integrated tools, such as Facebook and Twitter buttons (such as "like" or "tweet"), that are available on the Services. Depending on the arrangements you have made with the provider of the social sharing feature, your use of these services may allow you to share information with your friends or the wider public. Please consult the privacy policies of the companies that offer these features for more information on the extent and purposes of data collection and processing in relation to these features.

15. Sharing of the Information.

In accordance with this Privacy Statement, we may release information about you in the ways described below or in other ways.

  1. with vendors, consultants and other service providers who need access to information to perform duties or offer services on our behalf.
  2. certain information you submit when you communicate with us on third party social networking sites or participate in interactive elements of the Services, including your name, photograph and other information you provide The information may be publicly displayed.
  3. If, in response to a request for information, we believe such disclosure is required or permitted by any applicable law, rule, regulation, or legal process.
  4. with your consent or at your direction, any merger, acquisition, asset or other business sale, other change in control transaction, or transaction between us and any current or future parent, subsidiary, and/or Affiliated firm in connection with or during the course of the financing.
  5. We may transfer your information to third parties and service providers who provide us with products and services, help us advertise to you through advertising and marketing campaigns (including co-branded campaigns), or Give us the ability to distribute products and services directly. To you.
  6. We provide academics and research partners with access to information and resources to conduct studies that advance scholarship and innovation for the benefit of our business or purpose and further broader societal advancement. Advances in technology, health and wellness.
  7. In addition, we may share de-identified or aggregated information that makes it impossible to reliably identify you.

16. Contact us

For more information about our privacy practices, if you have any questions, or if you want to file a complaint, please contact us via email at [email protected] or by mail at the address listed below: WebTutor