Effective: September 1, 2018

This Privacy Policy outlines the nature of how Parliament Tutors, stores and publishes information collected from visitors (each, a “Visitor”) of its website and any derivative or affiliated websites on which this Privacy Policy is posted (collectively, the “Website”). This Privacy Policy is a supplement to the Parliament Tutors Terms and Conditions (the “Agreement”), effective as of September 1, 2018, including any other supplemental terms, guidelines and/or policies. Parliament Tutors reserves the right, at its discretion, to change this Privacy Policy at any time by posting such changes to this page.

You understand that you have the affirmative obligation to check this Privacy Policy periodically for changes, and you hereby agree to periodically review this Privacy Policy for such changes. The continued use of the Website following the posting of changes to this Privacy Policy constitutes an acceptance of those changes.


Parliament Tutors believes that every Visitor should know how it utilizes the information collected from Visitors. The Website is not directed at anyone under 18 years of age, and Parliament Tutors does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under 18 years of age online. Please note that the Website may contain links to other websites. These linked sites may not be operated or controlled by Parliament Tutors. Parliament Tutors is not responsible for the privacy practices of these or any other websites, and you access these websites entirely at your own risk. Parliament Tutors recommends that you review the privacy practices of any other websites that you choose to visit, if they are available.

Parliament Tutors is based, and this website is hosted, in the United States of America. If a Visitor is from the European Union or other regions of the world with laws governing data collection and use that may differ from U.S. law and Visitor is registering an account on the Website, visiting the Website, purchasing products or services from Parliament Tutors or the Website, or otherwise using the Website, please note that any personally identifiable information that Visitor provides to Parliament Tutors will be transferred to the United States. Any such personally identifiable information provided will be processed and stored in the United States by Parliament Tutors or a service provider acting on its behalf. By providing your personally identifiable information, Visitor hereby specifically and expressly consents to such transfer and processing and the uses and disclosures set forth herein.

The Information Parliament Tutors Collects

Parliament Tutors may collect personally identifiable information from Visitors in a variety of ways. Personally identifiable information may include, without limitation, (i) contact data (such as a Visitor’s name, mailing and email addresses) and (ii) demographic data (such as a Visitor’s zip code, address, location, schools attended, or school interests). If a Visitor communicates with Parliament Tutors by email or otherwise, posts any comments or any other content on or to the Website, posts messages to any forums, completes online forms, surveys or entries, provides articles, reviews, or blog posts, or otherwise interacts with or uses the features on the Website, any information provided in such communications may be collected by Parliament Tutors. Parliament Tutors may also collect information about how Visitors use the Website, for example, by tracking the number of unique views received by the pages of the Website, or the domains and IP addresses from which Visitors originate. While not all of the information that Parliament Tutors collects from Visitors is personally identifiable, it may be associated with personally identifiable information that Visitors provide Parliament Tutors through the Website or otherwise.

Parliament Tutors may use “cookies” or “web beacons” to track how Visitors use the Website. A cookie is a software component that can be stored on Visitors’ computing device and used to recognize Visitors if they visit the Website again. Visitors may adjust their web browser software if they do not wish to accept cookies. Parliament Tutors does not currently recognize “do not track” signals. Parliament Tutors may use third party advertising networks to serve advertisements on the Website. The cookies received with banner advertisements served by these networks are used to collect and build anonymous behavioral profiles by these companies to deliver targeted advertisements and tracking referrals, and Parliament Tutors generally does not have access to this information.

How Parliament Tutors Uses Information

Parliament Tutors may use personally identifiable information collected through the Website for the specific purposes for which the information was collected, to contact Visitors regarding products and services offered by Parliament Tutors, its parent, subsidiary and other related companies and its trusted affiliates, independent contractors and business affiliates, and otherwise to enhance Visitors’ experience with Parliament Tutors and such affiliates, independent contractors and business affiliates, and for such other purposes as deemed reasonably necessary or desirable to Visitors generally. Parliament Tutors may also use information collected through the Website for research regarding the effectiveness of the Website and the business planning, marketing, and advertising for Parliament Tutors, its trusted affiliates, independent contractors and business affiliates.

Disclosure of Information

Parliament Tutors may disclose personally identifiable information collected from Visitors to its parent, subsidiary and other related companies, trusted affiliates, independent contractors and business affiliates who will use the information for the purposes outlined above, as necessary to provide the services offered by Parliament Tutors and to provide the Website itself, and for the specific purposes for which the information was collected. Parliament Tutors may disclose personally identifiable information at the request of law enforcement or governmental agencies or in response to subpoenas, court orders or other legal process, to establish, protect or exercise Parliament Tutors’ legal or other rights or to defend against a legal claim or as otherwise required or allowed by law. Parliament Tutors may disclose personally identifiable information in order to protect the rights, property or safety of a Visitor or any other person. Parliament Tutors may disclose personally identifiable information to investigate or prevent a violation by Visitor of any contractual or other relationship with Parliament Tutors or the perpetration of any illegal or harmful activity. Parliament Tutors may also disclose aggregate, anonymous data based on information collected from Visitors to investors and potential partners. Finally, Parliament Tutors may disclose or transfer personally identifiable information collected from Visitors in connection with or in contemplation of a sale of its assets or business or a merger, consolidation or other reorganization of its business.

Security of Information

Information about Visitors that is maintained on Parliament Tutors’ systems is protected using industry standard security measures. However, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable, and Parliament Tutors cannot guarantee that the information submitted to, maintained on or transmitted from its systems will be completely secure. Parliament Tutors is not responsible for the circumvention of any privacy settings or security measures relating to the Website by any Visitors or third parties.

Correcting, Updating, Accessing or Removing Personal Information

If a Visitor’s personally identifiable information changes, or if a Visitor no longer desires to receive non-account specific information from Parliament Tutors, Parliament Tutors will endeavor to provide a way to correct, update and/or remove that Visitor’s previously-provided personal data. This can be done by emailing a request to Parliament Tutors at dgreenberg [at] Additionally, you may request access to the personally identifiable information as collected by Parliament Tutors by sending a request to Parliament Tutors as set forth above. Please note that in certain circumstances, Parliament Tutors may not be able to completely remove a Visitor’s information from its systems. For example, Parliament Tutors may retain a Visitor’s personal information for legitimate business purposes, if it may be necessary to prevent fraud or future abuse, for account recovery purposes, if required by law or as retained in Parliament Tutors’ data backup systems or cached or archived pages. All retained personally identifiable information will continue to be subject to the terms of the Privacy Policy to which the Visitor has previously agreed.

Contacting Parliament Tutors

If you have any questions or comments about this Privacy Policy, you may contact Parliament Tutors at the following email address: dgreenberg [at]