What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information that are sent to your internet browser when you visit the website and are then stored on the hard drive or in the memory of your computer, mobile and/or tablet. The internetbrowser can return this information on a subsequent visit to the website. Will this bother you? Not at all! Thanks to the cookies we can offer StudyGo in the best way possible. This also means that you will – only if you wish – receive offers from us that are relevant to you.
The cookies placed via the website cannot damage your laptop or mobile, or the files stored on it.
Which cookies does StudyGo use and for which goal?
We use necessary cookies. These cookies make sure the website functions well. In this way, necessary cookies ensure that you do not have to log in again on every page after logging in to the website, and remember the membership you ordered. We can also use the necessary cookies to detect misuse of your account (e.g., by keeping track of failed login attempts). We do not require permission to place necessary cookies and you cannot disable necessary cookies.
To measure is to know. That’s why we use analytical cookies. We use these cookies to gain insight into the use of StudyGo and to help us improve the Website. Analytical cookies are used to measure, for example, when and how long users play with StudyGo and which pages users visit on our Website. We are concerned here with figures on the use of the Website and not with measuring or tracking the users themselves. When we set analytical cookies to be privacy friendly, your consent is not required. This why analytical cookies may impact your privacy, we are not allowed to set them without your consent. We set analytical cookies ourselves (first party cookies) and also use other parties (third party cookies). These parties include the following:
The Hotjar cookie allows us to measure how users scroll, view and click on certain pages of the website. The goal is to use this insight to improve the pages and the website. We also use this service to conduct surveys on certain pages and we collect feedback from visitors when they choose to share it with us. Hotjar has consequences for your privacy. We therefore do not use Hotjar cookies without your consent.
On other websites you sometimes see advertisements or offers from StudyGo. Sometimes these ads are the same for everyone and sometimes they are made especially for you or a particular user. If the advertisements are especially made for a certain user, we use tracking cookies. These tracking cookies allow us to track your behaviour on the website. By tracking your behaviour, we can show StudyGo advertisements that are of interest for you. We can also prevent you from seeing a certain advertisement too often and we can measure how often you see an advertisement. Tracking cookies have consequences for your privacy. We therefore never place tracking cookies on the website without your permission.
Google, Facebook and Instagram:
We place tracking cookies ourselves and also make use of other companies, such as Google. Our website may contains cookies (specifically called tags )or similar solutions, such as Facebook pixel) from Google and social media websites (such as YouTube, Facebook and Instagram). We use these cookies to measure your surfing and clicking behaviour. This gives us insight into which pages you visit on our website and what you click on. These companies also place cookies to recognise you and to track your behaviour across multiple websites in order to build up a profile of your online behaviour. Through these parties, we can then provide you with interesting information, offers and tips about our platform. For example, if you search for -learn words‖ on Google, you may see an advertisement from StudyGo. For more information on the data that these organisations collect, please contact us.
The Website uses the following cookies:
|Cookie name||Issuer (StudyGo or a third party)||Purpose||Lifespan||Prior consent necessary (Yes/No)|
|PHPSESSID||StudyGo||preserves user session state across page requests.||session||No|
|_ga||StudyGo||registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.||2 years||Yes|
|_ga_#||StudyGo||used by Google Analytics to collect data on the number of times a user has visited the website as well as dates for the first and most recent visit.||2 years||Yes|
|_gat||StudyGo||used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate||1 day||Yes|
|_gid||StudyGo||registers a unque ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website||1 day||Yes|
|used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behavior. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.||session||Yes|
|ifso_last_viewed||StudyGo||contains data on the latest products viewed by the visitor. Used for internal statistics by the website operator||session||Yes|
|_gaexp||StudyGo||this cookie is used by Google Analytics to determine if the visitor is involved in their marketing experiments.||80 days||Yes|
|ads/ga-audiences||third party (google.com)||used by Google AdWords to re-engage visitors that are likely to convert to customers based on the visitor’s online behaviour across websites.||session||Yes|
|ifso_viewing_triggers||StudyGo||allows to display dynamic content based on whether a user has previously visited a page with a certain trigger.||session||Yes|
Reading information without cookies
When you have given permission for cookies on the website, you are always able to withdraw it. You can do this in the settings of your browser (i.e, in the settings of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) You can see how you can delete cookies in the help function of your browser. You can also erfure most cookies that are placed when using the website separately or all together via https://www.youronlinechoices.com/pl/twojewybory.
Watch out: You should bear in mind that deleting cookies can cause for certain parts of the website not working properly.
Sometimes personal data is also processed when cookies are used. You can read our Privacy Statement for further information.
We can always edit the Cookie Statement. If we change something, we will let you know via the website.
If you have any further questions about the Cookie Statement you can send us a message to [email protected]
Updated on 5 October 2022