The Privacy Principles outlined herein give an account of how we manage your personal data when you interact with https://www.scholarshipoverlord.com (the “Web Portal”).
PLEA FOR APPROVAL
ScholarshipOverlord.com beseeches your permission to utilise your private data for the objectives listed below:
Tailored ads and content, effectiveness gauging of ads and content, demographic insights and product innovation
To deposit and/or retrieve data on a device
How can I alter my preference?
Your approval is secured by ScholarshipOverlord in alignment with the guidelines and technical requirements of the IAB Europe Transparency & Consent Framework. It utilises Consent Management Platform n°92.
You are free to alter your choices anytime.
What is the repercussion of non-consent?
Your private data will remain unused.
What is the ‘legitimate interest’ notion?
Some providers might not request your consent but will use your private data based on their belief that it is within their legitimate interest. To deactivate this feature, click the “Adjust your preferences” button.
Is consenting to everything mandatory?
Certainly not. You are free to alter how your private data is utilised and who can use it by clicking the “Adjust your preferences” button.
Your private data will undergo processing, and data connected to your device (cookies, unique identifiers, and other data types) may be stored, accessed by, and shared with third-party vendors or specifically used by this site or application.
GATHERED PRIVATE INFORMATION
Upon visiting the Web Portal, certain data about your device is automatically gathered, inclusive of your web browser information, your IP address, your time zone, and some of the cookies installed on your device. Additionally, we gather data about individual web pages or products that you visit, the websites or search terms that led you to our Web Portal, and information about your interaction with the Web Portal. This automatically gathered information is referred to as “Device Information”.
We gather the following Information:
Store and/or access information on a terminal
Store data and retrieve stored data on the device, like cookies and device identifiers shown to a user.
Select standard ads
For standard ad selection, partners may:
Use live data about the context wherein the ad will be displayed, to present the ad, including content and device information, such as: device type and capabilities, user agent, URL, IP address Use non-specific geolocation data of a user Regulate the frequency of ads served to a user Define the sequence in which ads are shown to a user Prevent an ad from being displayed in an unsuitable (brand-damaging) editorial context
Create a personalized ad profile using this data for future ad selection without a separate legal basis.
Creating a Custom Ad Profile
To create a personalized ad profile, partners may:
Collect data about a user, inclusive of a user’s activity, interests, visited sites or apps, demographics, or geolocation, to create or modify a user profile for use in personalized ads. Combine this data with other previously collected data, including from websites and applications, to create or modify a user profile for personalized advertising.
Selecting Personalized Ads
To choose personalized ads, collaborators can:
Select personalized ads based on a user profile or other past user data, including a user’s previous activity, interests, visited sites or apps used, location or demographics.
Creating a profile for displaying personalized content
To create a profile for displaying personalized content, partners can:
Collect data about a user, including a user’s activity, interests, sites visited or apps used, demographics or location, to create or modify a user profile to display personalized content. Combine this data with other previously gathered data, including from websites and apps, to create or modify a user profile for use in personalizing content.
Selecting Personalized Content
To choose personalized content, partners can:
Select personalized content based on a user profile that includes data about their online activity, interests, visited sites, used apps, location, or socio-demographic data.
Assessing ad performance
To assess ad performance, partners can:
Measure if and how ads were shown to a user and how the user engaged with them Generate reports on ads, inclusive of ad performance Generate reports on users who interacted with ads using data from that interaction Provide publishers with reports on ads shown/displayed on their digital properties Evaluate if an ad served in an appropriate editorial context (consistent with the brand’s image) is safe for the brand Calculate the percentage of possible ad viewership and duration Combine this information with other previously gathered information, which may originate from websites and apps
Partners are not permitted to:
Cross-reference audience data, either from a panel or derived from a panel, with performance measurement data, without a legal basis.
Measuring Content Performance
To evaluate content performance, partners can:
Measure how content was delivered and how users interacted with it, and generate reports. Generate reports using directly measurable or known data about users who have interacted with the content
Measure whether and how ads (including native ads) were shown to a user and how the user engaged with them, without a separate legal basis Cross-reference audience data, either from a panel or derived from a panel, with performance measurement data, without a legal basis.
Using market research to generate audience data
To use market research to generate audience data, partners may:
Provide advertisers or their representatives with aggregate reports about the audiences exposed to their ads, using data from a panel or other device. Provide publishers with aggregate reports about audiences exposed to content and/or ads or who interacted with content and/or ads on their sites, using panel or other device data. Combine offline data with an online user’s data for market research purposes to generate audience data if partners have disclosed that they are matching and combining offline data sources Combine this data with data already collected either on the web or via apps.
Partners are not allowed to:
Measure the effectiveness and impact of advertisements that were shown to, or interacted with, a particular user without relying on a specific legal basis for measuring ad performance. Evaluate the content that was shown to a particular user and how that user reacted without relying on a specific legal basis for measuring content performance.
Developing and improving products
To innovate new products and improve existing ones, partners can:
Use data to enhance their existing products with new features and to develop new products Create new models and algorithms through machine learning Partners are not allowed to: Perform any other data processing operation authorized by another purpose within the scope of this purpose
Securing safety, preventing fraud, and debugging
To ensure safety, prevent fraud and debug, partners may:
Ensure secure data transmission Detect and prevent malicious, fraudulent, inappropriate, or illegal activities. Ensure proper and efficient operation of systems and processes, including monitoring and improving the performance of systems and processes used for authorized purposes
Partners may not:
Perform any other data processing operation under this purpose that is authorized for a different purpose. Note: Data collected and used for security, fraud prevention, and debugging may include device characteristics sent automatically for identification purposes, accurate geolocation data, and data obtained through active analysis of device characteristics for identification purposes without separate notification and/or opt-in
These are cookies deposited via our website on your terminal for the purposes of navigation, optimization and personalization of our services.
These cookies allow us to improve the quality of your navigation on the various media. This technical process allows us to produce statistics, in particular concerning the choice of language used, the volume of visits and use of the various services offered on our site and the sites of our partners (sections and content visited, itinerary, etc.), etc., with a view to improving the interest and ergonomics of our services;
These cookies collect data which are anonymized in their use and purpose. This data is kept for a maximum of 12 months.
Third party” cookies
These are cookies deposited by third-party companies (for example, advertising agencies or partners). They may be deposited when you browse our site or when you click in the advertising spaces of our site.
We do not have control over cookies placed by third-party companies that act on their own behalf.
Cookie – Setting (limit – prohibit – authorize)
The management of cookies can be done simply by setting your browser (including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome).
It is thus possible for you :
to accept the recording of all the Cookies integrated in the pages and contents that you consult. It should be noted that these cookies will only be readable by their issuers. Moreover, you can always delete these cookies afterwards (the procedure depends on your Internet browser, see below);
to be invited by your browser to give your consent or refusal before the installation of a new Cookie on your terminal.
The settings for managing cookies depend on your browser (and its version). You will find the necessary explanations in the corresponding instructions for use:
If you use the Internet Explorer browser :
In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options.
On the General tab, under Browsing History, click on Settings.
Click the View Files button.
Click the Name column heading to sort all files alphabetically, and then scroll down the list until you see files that begin with the prefix “Cookie. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie.)
Select the cookie(s) containing the name “dualfinances” and delete it/them
Close the window that contains the list of files, then double-click OK to return to Internet Explorer.
If you are using the Firefox Internet browser:
Go to the “Tools” tab of the browser and select the “Options” menu;
In the window that appears, choose “Privacy” and click on “Delete specific cookies”;
Locate the files that contain the name “dualfinances” Select them and delete them.
If you are using the Safari Internet browser:
In your browser, choose the “Edit”/”Preferences” menu.
Click on “Privacy”.
Click on “Details”.
Select the cookies that contain the name “dualfinances” and click on “Delete” or “Clear All”.
After deleting the cookies, click “Done”.
If you are using the Google Chrome internet browser:
Click on the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
Click Show Advanced Settings.
In the “Privacy” section, click the Content Settings button.
Click the “Cookies and Site Data” button.
Locate the files that contain the name “dualfinances”. Select and delete them.
Click “Close” to return to your browser
If you are a European resident, you have the right to access the personal information we hold about you and to request that it be corrected, updated or deleted. If you wish to exercise this right, please contact us using the contact information provided below.
In addition, if you are a European resident, please note that we process your information for the purpose of fulfilling our contractual obligations to you (for example, if you place an order on the Site) or to pursue our legitimate business interests, listed above. Please also note that your information will be transferred outside Europe, including to Canada and the United States.
To learn more about our privacy practices, if you have questions, or if you wish to file a complaint, please contact us by visiting the contact page.