Information We Collect
We collect three kinds of information from our users. The first is your IP address, that is, the Internet address of the internet service provider that you used to get to EISG. We also time-stamp your access, obtain information on items such as the web browser you are using, computer operating system, and other technical data.
The second kind of information is information about you. This may include information you provide on your preferences and activities. We also ask you for information that can be used to identify you personally, such as your name, initials, e-mail address and demographic or background data.
The third kind of information that we collect are your test scores.
Use of Information
Your IP address helps us to understand which sites are sending people EISG’s way.
Demographic or background data helps us to score the test results and to better understand characteristics of EISG test takers.
We use test score information in several ways. First, we periodically analyze the test data to determine whether we need to make changes to the test, such as changing test items or changing test scoring procedures. We use the test data for research to find out if what the test measures has any relationship to the demographic information. We also use this data to help our clients -- companies, Web sites, and so on -- figure out what kinds of people are using or visiting their sites. When we report this information, we report the data in aggregate -- that is, group -- form. No information that can be used to identify a particular individual is reported to anyone outside of EISG.
Your Right to Privacy
EISG does not require you to indicate all of this information. The only required information is that which is needed to score your test results. Often, this includes your sex and age. E-mail addresses are needed in order to send you your test results. We ask for your name as a means to help you, and us, get your results to you. However, we also encourage you to use your initials, first name only, or some code name.
All of our data is stored on a remote server. Therefore, it is technically possible that some third party could access your data.
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