Our Privacy Policy
Privacy Policy and Earning Disclaimer

This business website is owned and operated by International Scholars Program, doing Business as www.internationalscholarsprogram.com
When we say "we," "us," or "our," or refer to this "website" or this "site," we mean International Scholars Program.
This Privacy Policy details how we gather and use your Personal Data throughout your online and offline interactions.
Our policy does not extend to the information practices of third parties that promote our services. We may use tracking technologies such as cookies, web beacons (pixel tags), and others to provide targeted advertisements.
If we obtain your personal information without your knowledge or consent, we may be the "controller." If users who utilize our online services provide us with data, we may also take on the processor role.
How we Alter this Privacy Policy
This Privacy Policy may be updated at any time without notice by clicking the "Privacy Policy" link on any page of this site. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the terms of the updated Privacy Policy.
We shall seek your approval before making any changes to our use or disclosure of your Personal Data that are significantly less restrictive than those previously disclosed by you.
Legal basis for processing personal data under the general data protection regulation. (GDPR)
If you are located in the European Economic Area (EEA), please note that the Personal Data we collect and the precise context in which we acquire it will determine the legal basis for our collection and use of such Personal Data as outlined in this Privacy Policy.
We may process your personal data for the following reasons:

  1. We need to complete a deal with you
  2. As you've indicated, we have your blessing to proceed in this manner.
  3. Our interest in the processing is not overcome by the impact on you or your fundamental rights.
  4. In order to follow the rules
Personal Data
Information that may be used to identify a specific person is considered "Personal Data" (or from those data and other information either in our possession or likely to come into our possession).
Examples of personal information might be:
The first name and last name
E-mail address
Phone number
Academic credentials
Business name
Business URL
Address, State, Province, ZIP/Code, City
Any personal data you post on our website
Any personal information you post on a social media platform
Data about how you use our website
Your marketing and communication preferences
Cookies and usage data
Access and use details may also be logged
Information gathered through the use of our service may include details such as your computer's Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser type, browser version, the pages of our service that you visit, the time and date of your visit, the length of time spent on those pages, unique device identifiers, and other diagnostic data.
Geographical information. When we collaborate with a marketing partner like a third-party service provider, advertiser, or advertising network and platform, we may ask you to share your exact (GPS-level) geo-location information to personalize your experience. If you allow your mobile device to gather location data, you can usually revoke that permission at any time by checking your device's privacy settings.
In the public portions of our site, we use opt-in forms to gather Personal Data. Personal information, including but not limited to profile pictures and bios, may be collected from publicly accessible social network profiles.
Your Messages to Us. If you fill out one of our opt-in forms and participate in our follow-up, we will gather Personal Data from you in a publicly accessible section of our site.
The Information About Our Use Of The System. You provide Usage Data when you voluntarily share information with us via various channels, including the public portions of our site, our e-mails, social media, and the services of our marketing partners. Cookies, web beacons, locally saved objects, mobile device IDs, and software development kits (SDKs) are all examples of analytics and reporting technologies that might be used to passively or automatically collect this information. For more information about cookies and web beacons, please read on.
If you fill out one of our opt-in forms and participate in our follow-up, we may utilize the Personal Data we acquire about you from the public portions of this site.
Suppose you make your public social media profile information, including your picture, accessible to the public. In that case, our marketing partners and we may utilize this information to facilitate marketing and advertising efforts and contact management.
As long as it is required to fulfill the objectives identified in this Privacy Statement, we will keep your Personal Information. To the extent necessary to comply with our legal duties (for example, if we are obligated to keep your data to comply with relevant laws), to settle disputes, and to enforce our legal agreements and policies, we will store and use your data. Usage Data will also be stored for internal analysis. Except where this data is utilized to reinforce the security or improve the performance of our service, or if we are legally compelled to store this data for extended periods, we normally delete it after a shorter period.
We operate from the United States. If you provide us with your personal information via this website, the information will be sent to us. Unless the European Union has determined the receiving country or territory to provide an adequate level of data security, we will not transfer your Data outside of the United States without your consent or unless the transfer is necessary to fulfill our legitimate interest in relation to our contractual arrangements with subscribers who have contracted access to and use of our online services. By submitting your information to us and agreeing to this Privacy Policy, you are giving your express permission for these transfers and storage.
General Disclosure Policy – Your private information may be shared and disclosed in the ways detailed below.
Affiliated Entities - We may share your Personal and Usage Data with our subsidiaries and other business partners whenever necessary or appropriate. The term "affiliated entity" refers to a company that either controls us or is controlled by us under the law.
Service Providers - We may share your Personal Data and Usage Data with trusted service partners who help us with this site's technical administration. We may use an outside company to do tasks including hosting our servers, providing security, optimizing and analyzing data, generating reports, and developing and maintaining software. In addition, we will only allow our service providers access to your data, which is essential for them to carry out the services we have hired them to do.
Successors - If we sell or otherwise transfer part or all of our company or assets to another organization, such as in an acquisition, merger, bankruptcy, or liquidation, we may transfer your Personal Data and Usage Data. If that happens, the new owner or transferee will have to accept the responsibilities we've outlined in this Privacy Statement.
Legal Process, Enforcement, and security notice - To the extent we believe that access, use, preservation, or disclosure of such information is reasonably necessary, to comply with any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or enforceable governmental request (such as to comply with a subpoena or court order), (ii) to detect, prevent, and address fraud or other illegal activity, and (iii) to investigate, respond to, or enforce violations of our rights, we may disclose your Personal Data and Usage Data.
Marketing partners
To better tailor our advertising to you, we may share information about your use habits with our marketing partners. In order to create an "audience" for displaying targeted advertisements, we may exchange Personal Information with our marketing partners to correlate and match our list with our marketing partners' lists.
With your consent
With your permission, we may disclose your Personal Data to other parties.
Your data protection rights under the general data protection regulation (GDPR)
You have special rights under data privacy law if you are a European Economic Area resident (EEA) resident. We'll do everything we can to accommodate your requests to update, change, delete, or restrict access to your Personal Information.
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the Personal Information we have collected from you or if you'd want us to delete any such information from our databases.
As a data subject, you may invoke the following rights under specific conditions:
The right to access, update or delete the data we have on you
When it is feasible to do so under account settings, you may see, edit, or delete some Personal Data. Please contact us if you need help carrying out the aforementioned steps.
The rights of rectification
If any of your details are incorrect or missing, you are entitled to have this corrected.
The right to object
You may raise an objection at any time about our use of your Personal Information.
The rights of restriction
You may ask that we put a stop to further use of your personal data at any time.
The rights to data portability
You are entitled to have a copy of the personal data we have on file for you in a standard, machine-readable format.
The right to withdraw consent
In cases where we have relied on your permission to process your personal information, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
Please be aware that we may need you to provide additional identifying information before responding to such requests.
You have the right to complain to a data protection Authority about our collection and use of your personal data
Please get in touch with your country's data protection authorities in the European Economic Area for additional details (EEA).
Usage Data, such as your preferences, the pages you visit, and your last activity on our site and other sites, may be collected via cookies and other data collecting approaches described below to improve the quality of service we offer.
With this data, our advertising partners and we can better target our customers with relevant offers and measure the overall success of our marketing efforts.
The term "cookie" refers to the small data files your web browser saves to your computer's hard disk. The information stored in cookies may also be utilized to tailor the experience to the user's preferred browser. The default setting for most browsers allows cookies.
Most browsers include an easy-to-follow process for disabling cookies if you so want. Keep in mind, however, that cookies may be essential for you to utilize certain parts of our website.
Flash Cookies
To properly acknowledge one of our joint venture partners for referring you to our site, we may utilize a third-party cookie that stores information in the form of an Adobe Flash Media Player local shared object (LSO) in conjunction with other third-party cookies.
Joint venture marketing partners may get credit for referral sales using these cookies. To be clear, "browser cookies" and "Flash cookies" are two different things. Software such as Adobe's Flash Media Player is required to watch media on a computer. There is also a browser cookie that goes along with a Flash cookie. The Flash cookie may generate a new browser cookie in its stead if you erase the browser cookie.
Web Beacons - (also known as single-pixel gifs or clear gifs) enable us to track the total number of people who have visited any page on our site; they help deliver cookies. To learn whether or not an e-mail we sent was opened and read, we may use Web Beacons in the future.
Locally stored objects
To better serve our users, we may use locally stored objects ("LSOs") and other client-side storage tracking technologies to do things like remembering settings, preferences, and usage like browser cookies; target ads, analyzing ad performance, or performing user, website, or market analytics; or to target ads, analyze Ad performance, or help our Partners do those things. Finally, it is possible to disable LSOs in certain browsers (not all) by adjusting the browser's cookie and privacy settings.
Personalized ads
We may collaborate with our marketing partners to provide you with targeted advertisements that are relevant to your interests. This is done by transmitting information to our marketing partners handling advertising operations, including collecting Usage Data and utilizing cookies and other tracking and data gathering technologies.
Our marketing partners may also use cookies and the other monitoring and data gathering techniques described above to gauge the efficacy of their advertisements and for other reasons, as detailed in their respective privacy policies. Regarding the privacy rules and procedures of our marketing partners' websites, we have no say or control over the cookies and other tracking and data-gathering technologies that may be utilized.
AdWords (Google)
We may use Google Inc.'s AdWords program, targeted advertising that compiles data on users' interactions with our site, the AdWords advertising network, and the Double click cookie. Specifically, cookie and Usage Data are gathered.
Google Analytics for Display Advertising (Google)
We may use the Google Analytics Advertising Features, including Remarketing with Google Display Network, Integrated Google Analytics, DoubleClick Campaign Manager, and Remarketing with Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting. To link the tracking activity of Google Analytics and its cookies to that of the AdWords advertising network and the DoubleClick cookie, these features use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookie) (a third-party cookie).
Target demographic information (age, gender, and interests) is gathered via cookies and other Usage Data.
Custom Audience (Facebook)
To better reach the people on our e-mail lists, we are considering using the Custom Audience program on Facebook.com.
To verify your Facebook account status, we supply Facebook with your contact information (e-mail address and phone number). You may stop receiving Facebook ads from us by sending an e-mail from the address you want to be removed from our Custom Audience to the address shown in our contact information below.
To successfully withdraw your consent, you must:
  1. Use "Opt-Out from Facebook Website Custom Audience Ads" as the subject line of your e-mail.
  2. Put your name and e-mail address in the message body. Please note that your name and e-mail address will be sent to Facebook.com along with a request to remove you from our Facebook Custom Audience Ads.
Tailored Audiences/ conversions Tracking programs (Twitter) - Occasionally, we may use Twitter's Tailored Audiences/Conversion Tracking Programs to provide targeted advertisements to certain groups of users.
Additional Personalized and Behavioral Services for Advertisers. We may also use other comparable retargeting and behavioral advertising providers in the future.
Managing Personalized Ads – You can prevent cookies and other data collection by adjusting your browser's settings.
Managing Cookies via your browser - While the default option for most browsers is to allow cookies, you may be able to modify your browser's preferences to prevent it from accepting cookies altogether, to alert you when a third-party cookie is being sent, or to reject cookies from the domain sending them. Some parts of this site may not work as intended if you disable or restrict cookies. To learn more about how to manage cookies in your browser, see the "Help" files or any documentation provided by the software.
Managing Flash Cookies - Flash cookies, also known as local shared objects (LSOs), are similar to regular cookies in that they are downloaded to a user's computer or mobile device. Still, they are often bigger and need the use of the Adobe Flash Player. These Flash cookies may, in some situations, be controlled by adjusting your browser settings. On the Flash Player: Setting Manager page, Adobe furthermore offers a method of adjusting how cookies are handled within Flash.
Networking Advertising Initiative (NAI) - The Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) provides a centralized site to opt-out of getting tailored advertisements from its member firms, many of which utilize cookies to gather information about your online behavior.
Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) - The DAA's member advertising groups have created a self-regulatory program to educate users and offer them more agency over the advertisements they see throughout the web-based on their individual preferences and activities.
Opting out with Ad choices for mobile devices
Mobile app users may be served targeted in-app adverts. Privacy settings on your mobile device may allow you to change your device's advertising identifier anytime. Each mobile OS (iOS for Apple phones, Android for Android devices, and Windows for Microsoft devices) also has instructions for turning off ad personalization in apps. If you don't want to see these ads, you may disable them in your device's privacy settings or by reading the operating system's documentation. If you're using a different device or operating system, please check its privacy settings or contact (or examine the platform's) administrator.
We may collaborate with an outside analytics provider to track user activity and evaluate trends. Insights from Google's web analytics service, Google Analytics As a service, Google Analytics examines how users interact with a website ("Google"). Information gathered is used by Google to monitor and improve the performance of this site, generate reports on those metrics, and distribute them internally and externally. Specifically, cookie and Usage Data are gathered.
Do Not Track Requests
A "Do Not Track" function in certain browsers sends a message to the sites you visit, indicating that you do not want your online behavior to be monitored. It is impractical for websites to appropriately respond to every "Do Not Track" request since browsers all express this information uniquely. Due to the potential for confusion between browsers and the website, we currently ignore "Do Not Track" signals. Our capacity to comply with "Do Not Track" signals will be reviewed and revised as browser and website communication methods advance.
Data Security
To safeguard information against physical and technological infiltration, we shall put security measures that are reasonable, suitable, and in line with current industry standards. Unfortunately, there is no foolproof way to transmit or store data over the Internet. While we take precautions to safeguard your Personal Data according to industry best practices, we cannot guarantee or promise the complete security of any data you communicate to store or us.
Updating Personal Data
We'll let you access, review, and revise your personal information for lawful reasons upon request. For security reasons, we must have proper identification on file before we can process your request. Our policy is to deny any requests that are routine or systematic, would place an unfair burden on our technical or administrative staff, or would infringe upon the privacy rights of others. If you create an account on our site, you may request access to your Personal Data to make any required changes or modifications; in such a situation, we will provide you with information on how to do so.
Children's Privacy
When a user indicates they are under the age of 18, we will not gather any more information from them. At your request, we will delete any information from our active database if a parent or guardian notifies us that their kid under the age of 18 has provided us with Personal Data without their consent. If you want your kid's information deleted, please contact our site using the details in the "Contact Us" section below, and be sure to supply the same login credentials that your child entered.
Contact us
If you have any concerns about this Privacy Policy or would want to exercise any of your rights, you may do so by contacting us as follows:
Email: scholars@internationalscholarsprogram.com
Phone: +1 813 333 1080
Or visit our website www.internationalscholarsprogram.com