We may from time to time ask you for Personal Information, and we may collect certain information from your computer each time you visit our Site. “Personal Information” means personally identifiable information and includes, for example, your name; street address; e-mail address; SMS or text message address; phone number; credit card and other payment information; information that you choose to provide regarding your academic and extracurricular activities and interests that may identify you; and/or other information that may identify you as an individual or allow online contact with you.
For any user under the age of 13, we must have permission from such user’s parent or legal guardian before we collect or use any Personal Information of such user. You are welcome to call us at (800) 411-1970 to review any Personal Information we have collected about your child. You may request that we delete this information and/or specify that we collect no more of your child’s information. We will need to verify the identity of anyone requesting information about a child to ensure that the person is in fact the child’s parent or legal guardian.
You have the right to “opt-in” and “opt-out” of certain of our uses of your Personal Information. For example, you may elect not to receive correspondence from us or have your Personal Information shared with other entities for their marketing purposes. You may make this request by visiting "Account Settings" and indicating which correspondence you would like to receive. If you do not want to receive any promotional correspondence, simply uncheck all of the boxes of the Account Settings .
You can also send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . In this e-mail, please say whether: (i) you would like to opt-out of receiving all e-mail promotional correspondence from The Princeton Review in general or (ii) if you would only like to opt-out of certain of The Princeton Review's e-newsletters or correspondence and if so which ones or (iii) you would like to opt-out of having your Personal Information shared with third parties or (iv) you would like to opt-out of receiving SMS or text messages. You may also opt-out of The Princeton Review's promotional e-mails by clicking on an opt-out link within the e-mail you receive.
Please understand that if you opt-out of receiving promotional correspondence from us, we may still contact you in connection with your relationship, activities, transactions and communications with us.
We may allow third-parties, including other companies owned by our parent company IAC/InterActiveCorp, advertising companies and ad networks, to display advertisements on our Site. These companies may use tracking technologies, such as cookies, to collect information about users who view or interact with their advertisements. These third parties may collect information about whether you, or others who are using your computer, saw and/or clicked on the advertisements they deliver (such as click stream information, browser type, time and date, subject of advertisements clicked or scrolled over, etc.), and possibly associate this information with your subsequent visits to the advertised websites. Some of these third-party advertising companies may be advertising networks that are members of the Network Advertising Initiative, which offers a single location to opt out of ad targeting from member companies and provides information about this behavioral advertising practice ( www.networkadvertising.org ). You may opt out of our collection of data for use by third party ad companies to provide targeted advertising to you of our products as you visit other sites. Cookies are unique to each computer. Therefore, you must opt out separately on all computers you use. If you delete all of your cookies (specifically, the “Out-Out” cookie), you will have to go through the opt-out process again to reactivate your opted-out status.
We may use your Personal Information to
Please note that if you save a school into your “school planner,” then we may share your contact information with that particular school and other schools that are interested in you to enable them to contact you.
The Princeton Review works with schools and institutions to provide programs such as tutoring, test preparation and college counseling. Your school, district or state may arrange for your participation in these programs and may purchase (or subsidize) products on your behalf. We may share the Personal Information that you provide to us through your participation in these school programs with your school, district and your parents. In addition, your school may require us to share your information with others legally entitled to access your academic records, such as your state department of education. This may include the content of on-demand tutoring sessions as well as comments you leave in post-session surveys.
We may share your Personal Information with vendors and other third parties who help deliver our products and services. These third parties are not authorized by us to use your Personal Information in any other way. However, as noted above, if you save a specific school into your “school planner,” then we may share your contact information with that school and other schools that are interested in you to enable them to contact you.
We may share non-Personal Information we collect under any of the above circumstances. We may also share it with other IAC companies and third parties to develop and deliver targeted advertising on our websites and on websites of third parties, and to analyze and report on advertising you see. We may combine Site usage information we collect with other non-Personal Information we obtain from other sources. We also may share aggregated, non-Personal Information with third parties, including advisors, advertisers and investors, for the purpose of conducting general business analysis.
You may review and correct the Personal Information that is accessible to you in your user account on this Site by visiting the “My Profile” area of your account on this Site or by calling 888-955-4600.
We may disclose user information when compelled to do so by government authorities or otherwise as required or permitted by law, such as to respond to court orders and subpoenas. We also may disclose user information when we have reason to believe that someone is causing injury to or interfering with our rights or property, other customers or users of the Site, or anyone else that could be harmed by such activities.
In the event that The Princeton Review or all or a portion of its business, or one or more of its divisions, is acquired by one or more third parties as a result of an acquisition, merger, sale, reorganization, consolidation or liquidation, Personal Information may be one of the transferred assets.
When you contribute to a public area or feature of our Site, such as a chat room, bulletin board, list serve, blog, wiki or other open forum, the information that you submit will be made available to the general public. Therefore, we recommend that you do not submit any sensitive information to such areas of our Site, including your full name, home address, phone number, financial information or any other information that would enable other users to locate you or contact you.
Users should also take care with how they handle and disclose their Personal Information and should avoid sending Personal Information through insecure email, SMS messaging or similar communications. Please refer to the Federal Trade Commission's website at http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/menus/consumer/data.shtm for information about how to protect yourself against identity theft.
If you have any questions or comments regarding our privacy practices, you may use our feedback form or at the following address:
TPR Education, LLC d/b/a The Princeton Review
24 Prime Parkway, Suite 201
Natick, MA 01760
You may request that we delete personal information collected from you at the Site by sending an email to email@example.com requesting such deletion. Please note that if you are receiving services from us, we will need to keep such information during the course of providing those services to you to communicate with you about them.
Effective Date: June 10, 2016