Data Exam Insight Gather While You Explore Our Website:
Use of Optional Information
When at Exam Insight obtaining a prospectus or brochure, for instance, you may be prompted to enter your name, email address, or other personal information on some Web pages. This information is never shared, rented, or used for any other reason by us. However, we solely use the demographic data you give us for internal market research. We only use the information you provide us—including your email address—to reply to emails you send us with information requests, problem reports, or comments about our services. We never share this information.
Text files known as cookies help our server recognise your machine. Cookies merely identify the computer being used; they do not identify the specific user. This is something that many websites do each time a user visits to track visitor traffic. Cookies keep track of the parts of the website that the concerned computer has visited and how long it stayed there. Users can configure their computers never to accept cookies, to receive notifications when a cookie is delivered, or never to accept cookies at all. The user will not be able to receive certain tailored services if they choose the last choice.
Upcoming Developments of Exam Insight
We occasionally utilise your information for brand-new, unforeseen purposes not previously mentioned in our privacy statement. We will update this page with any policy changes we make in the future about our information practices. You must periodically visit this page if concerned about how your information is utilised. We only use the information gathered after the policy modification for any newly implemented objectives.
To guard against the loss, exploitation, or alteration of the information we gather from you, we have put in place the necessary security measures.
In accordance with this article, the commissioner may only use the information they obtain from employers or employees for their knowledge and use in carrying out their obligations. Notwithstanding any other legal provisions, it shall not be made available to the public or utilised in any court in connection with any action or procedure occurring therein unless the commissioner is a party to such action or process. The parties impacted may, at the commissioner’s discretion, be provided access to such information in connection with placing them, provided that it is relevant to the formulation and evaluation of a claim for benefits.