House of Math AS is us who provide the services you use at houseofmath.com. According to the privacy laws we are, represented by our CEO, a data controller. This means that we are responsible for ensuring that your personal data are only used in accordance with current rules and regulations. The contact information for House of Math AS is:
If you have any questions about how we use your personal data, please contact us by e-mail.
Everyone who wish to use our services must have a user account When you register a user, you are asked to prove some information about yourself. This information includes:
If you choose to register a user or log in via your Facebook account, we will receive your contact information, such as name and e-mail, directly from Facebook. Any other information you fill out yourself in your user account. The information you are asked to provide in the registration process is necessary to give you access to our portal where our services are available. We use the data to create a personal account for you, so that we can identify you when you log into our services, and to administrate the customer relation. We will also be able to use your e-mail address to send you administrative information of importance to the service and our customer relationship with you. We need to know which year you are born in and in which country you reside in order to provide exercises relevant to you. Our basis in the law is our agreement with you. Our agreement with you are our Terms and Conditions agreed to as part of the creation of a personal account at houseofmath.com.
If you use a paid service, we will collect and store payment data, such as payment card number, name of payment card owner, bank account number and other information necessary to process the payment. Our payment system is provided by Stripe, Inc. and some of your card details will therefore be transferred to them in order to process the payment. Our legal grounds for processing data are our agreement with you.
In connection with the creation of a personal user account, you will be asked to supply the account with additional information, hereunder which category you belong to (pupil, student, teacher, etc.), your perceived math level, number of years in school, which grade level you want to focus on, as well as nickname. This data is voluntary to provide, and it is collected to give you as a user a better experience and usability of our products and services. We will also store information about your use of the service, so that you get an overview of your achievements in your profile. Our legal grounds are our interest in providing products and services that fit all your users, regardless of age and knowledge.
If you choose to communicate to for instance a math teacher via our chat, the data you provide in that conversation will be collected by us. This way, we can help you with what you need help with. Our legal grounds are our interest in helping you with the questions you have.
If you are old enough to legally receive this, we will use your e-mail address to send you relevant news and offers. If you choose to partake in questionnaires, we will use the answers to improve and develop products and services. You can decide not to receive such marketing and information when you create a personal user account, in a specific marketing inquiry or directly in your user settings. You find your user settings by clicking on settings in the menu on top of the web page, on mobile devices it is located at the bottom of the screen, and under personal information you find a checkbox. Uncheck the box to opt out of news and offers from houseofmath.com. Our legal grounds are our interest in marketing, improve and develop products and services in the best interests of the customer.
House of Math has registered user accounts in the following social media:
Since we are collecting and using information about you, you have several rights. You have the right to:
You can read more about your rights on the webpages of the European Commission.
You have a right to complain to the Norwegian Data Protection Authority if you think we violate the privacy regulations. You can find information about how to contact the Norwegian Data Protection Authority on their webpages: www.datatilsynet.no/en.
If you have questions about our processing of personal data or wish to exercise one of your rights, contact us by e-mail at email@example.com.
House of Math does not employ automated decisions, hereunder profiling.