Plesk collects and stores PII when you register a new account in Plesk University. By definition, Personally Identifiable Information is any information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context.
When registering for Plesk University and during your use thereof, Plesk collects and stores the following information for the sole purpose of setting up and maintaining your account in Plesk University (the “Purpose”):
Plesk does not forward any PII (especially email addresses) to third parties without your express permission, unless bindingly and mandatorily required by the applicable laws or prosecution authorities.
Plesk collects and stores information about how and when you use the Plesk University service, such as login times, course acquisition and progress, and exam results.
A cookie is a piece of data stored on your computer that is tied to information about you. Plesk may use any type of cookie. This may include cookies that terminate and erase once you close your browser or log out, or cookies stored on your computer for an extended timeframe.
Cookies used on the Plesk University website do not contain personally identifiable information (PII).
You can block cookies in your web browser’s preferences, though this might disable certain features that you find convenient.
Plesk may use your information as follows:
To better facilitate education within a company, Plesk provides some of its partners with corporate learning portals on the Plesk University website. Such learning portals have a distinct domain name (e.g., https://company-name.university.plesk.com) and might include custom corporate branding.
Once a portal is created:
If you are assigned to a corporate learning portal, we may share the following information with your employer:
To opt-out of assignment to a corporate learning portal, register your Plesk University account to a private email address or update your Plesk University account to your private email address later in the account settings.
In order for Plesk to execute its business processes in a convenient and optimal manner, it may be necessary for certain data to be processed by trusted third parties.
These third parties are:
These third parties may send email or conduct other activities on behalf of Plesk University. However, Plesk only shares such information needed to serve the specific purpose for which the third parties are engaged. Plesk ensures that these third parties are under similar obligations to maintain confidentiality as Plesk’s own employees are, and that they will handle your information in the manner and to the extent that Plesk itself is permitted to. Plesk does not allow third parties to use your information for any unauthorized purposes.
You may access and update your account information anytime to change your name, email address, or company name, by logging in to Plesk University and opening your account properties.
Plesk only maintains your PII for as long as it is required to provide the requested education services.
Plesk will retain your user account and PII associated with it as long as any of the following conditions apply:
When your PII is no longer needed to serve the purpose of its collection, Plesk periodically removes the data by terminating the user account and wiping out the PII associated with it.
If you wish to terminate your account immediately, you may send us a termination request from the email address associated with your Plesk University account.
Plesk will only disclose your information abroad if it is necessary for the intended purpose. All recipients of information are asked to agree by contract that they will observe the then-current internationally accepted data protection regulations. In general, it is Plesk’s primary data-protection goal to limit cross-border exchange of information (especially from Europe to the US) to its absolute required minimum.
If you do not agree with the updated terms, you may request account termination as specified above.
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