Privacy Policy

mock-theory-test.com believes that user privacy is of utmost importance. This document entitled Privacy Policy includes all the ways how personal user data is collected and used by mock-theory-test.com.

Log Files
Similar to other platforms mock-theory-test.com makes the use of log files. These are files that write down the following information: IP address, type of the browser, Internet Service Provider (ISP), time and date stamp, referring and exit pages, the total number of clicks required for trends analysis, website administration, user navigation tracking, and collecting data on demography. Both IP address and other information mentioned above does not belong to a personally identifiable one.

Cookies and Web Beacons
mock-theory-test.com uses cookies to store information about user preferences, records of specific data related to users (which pages have been visited by them), adjustment of the content according to the browser type used or other data shared by users through the browser.

DoubleClick DART Cookie
It is worth mentioning that Google which serves as a third party collects cookies to serve ads at mock-theory-test.com.

Google uses DART cookies to provide website guests with user-related ads based on their experience on mock-theory-test.com and other Internet platforms.

It is possible to cease the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ads and content network privacy policy at this URL -- http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html

The advertising partners of the platform such as Google Adsense can use cookies and beacons.

Partnership with these third-party services allows using technology both to advertisements and to every link that appears on mock-theory-test.com and delivering it directly to the browser used. When this process takes place, there is an automatic receipt of the user IP address. These services may make use of several more technologies such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons to measure advertisements or/and personalize their content.

mock-theory-test.com can’t access or control the cookies third-party advertisers use.Users should read the privacy policy of these 3rd party vendors to clear up the way they act and find out how to refuse from their operation. It is impossible to apply mock-theory-test.com privacy policy to the activity of advertisers and take control of their activity. 

A person who wants to disable cookies can turn them off in the web browser settings. If you need more information on managing cookies on different web browsers, we recommend checking their official websites.

Privacy policy of using Facebook plugins (Like button)
mock-theory-test.com features plugins of the Facebook social media platform registered by the address 1601 South California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. It is possible to find it looking for the Like button with a FB logo. You can check the overview of FB plugins at http://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/.

Users take advantage of these plugins visiting mock-theory-test.com pages and they are used for connecting a web browser used by visitors with FB server. FB will be informed that you have visited our platform using your IP address. If you are logged into your FB account and you press the Like button, mock-theory-test.com content can be displayed in your profile. FB can also allocate user visits to our platform to his account. 

We should note mock-theory-test.com is not informed how FB makes use of this information even despite being its provider. You can learn more about FB privacy policy at http://facebook.com/policy.php.

Unless you wish that FB allocates our website visits to your social media profile, it is necessary to log off your account and only then use our services.

Data privacy policy connected with using Google Analytics
mock-theory-test.com takes advantage of Google Analytics which is used for the analysis of platforms from Google Inc. It creates small text files known as cookies on the user’s computer to analyze his website visits. Cookies collect data and deliver it to Google servers for storage.

Google uses this data to evaluate the way the site is used and to compile reports on its activity aimed at the website owner or other services. Google can share this data with 3rd parties if it is approved by law or they operate on its behalf. It never links user IP address with the data collected too.

You can prevent the storage of cookies adjusting web browser settings. However, you should know that it can prevent you from using all functions of the platform. One more way to prevent the creation of cookies and sharing important data with Google is downloading and installing a plugin to be used in the browser at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Use of the Twitter Widgets
mock-theory-test.com utilizes Twitter widgets, which connect it with Twitter servers placed in the US. When a user calls a site using this widget, Twitter receives information about the page viewed. It includes such data as IP address, web browser type, the add re of the site where this widget is located, etc. A cookie is also added to the device used to make it easier to identify pages that have been already visited. Twitter uses this data for different purposes, for example, to match people, etc. This data is stored for 10 days and is removed from the device within a week after this period. It is possible to opt for adjustments in Twitter data processing settings. You can learn more by reading the Privacy policy of Twitter at http://twitter.com/privacy.

If you want to learn more or have questions about this Privacy policy, we are happy to provide you with information If you write to us at mock.theory.test.com@gmail.com

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