Readers’ privacy is highly valued at edueuphoria, which may be accessed at https://edueuphoria.com. Here you’ll find specifics on what data edueuphoria collects and keeps, as well as how that data is used.
The log files used by Edueuphoria are created in the conventional manner. When people go to a website, they leave a file like this on the server. Analytics are a standard feature of the hosting industry. Log files record details such as IP addresses, browser types, ISPs, the dates and times of visits, the pages visited before and after a user leaves the site, and the paths taken by users to get there. In no way are they associated with any individual details. The data is used for analysis of trends, site management, following the actions of users throughout the site, and compiling demographic profiles.
Cookies and Web Beacons
Cookie technology is used on edueuphoria just as it is on any other website. Information such as the user’s preferences and the pages viewed on the website may be gathered utilizing cookies. Through this data, we are able to better customize our website to each individual visitor by displaying the most relevant content according to their device and browser type.
There are certain external vendors on our site, and Google is one of them. It employs a different kind of cookie — the DART cookie — to track your web activity around the internet and display you advertising depending on where you go online. However, site visitors may refuse to receive DART cookies by checking the Google Privacy Policies for their Ads and Content Networks.
Ask here for a list of edueuphoria’s advertising partners and links to their respective privacy policies.
Please be aware that edueuphoria does not utilize or manage certain cookies that are used by external advertising.
Third-Party Privacy Policies
Your browser’s settings will allow you to deactivate cookies if you want.For further details on how to manage cookies with various web browsers, you may visit their official websites.
Protecting children’s online safety is another top concern of edueuphoria. We recommend that parents or guardians take an active interest in their children’s time spent online and help monitor and direct their activities.
No information is collected from children under the age of 12 on Edueuphoria. If a parent or guardian thinks that their kid has provided this sort of information on our website, we highly urge you to notify us immediately and we will make our best efforts to swiftly delete such information from our records.