2. Registration and Collection of Personal Information from Users
3. Use by Lenica of Information Collected From Users
4. Sharing of Information Collected From Individual Users with Institutional Users
5. Sharing of Information Collected From Users with Third Parties
If Lenica has been authorized to do so by a User, Lenica may share the User’s name and contact information with other marketing and/or service providers (“Lenica Partners”). A user can elect to change or withdraw their consent to sharing such information at any time by changing their preferences within their account profile.
Special Notice for Parents
If a Parent consents to the registration of their Teen or Child for the program(s) using an Institution Code provided by an Institutional User, they are providing their consent to the sharing of their Teen or Child’s Personal Information with the Institutional User identified by that Code. Institutional Users who receive a Teen’s or Child’s Personal Information through the distribution of Institution code may only use the Personal Information for purposes of ascertaining whether the Teen or Child has achieved an acceptable result and to access the Teen’s or Child’s Baseline and performance measures.Parents do not need to consent to the sharing of their Teen’s or Child’s Personal Information in order to register for and use the Lenica services. However, if a Parent does not wish to share a Teen’s or Child’s Personal Information with an Institutional User who has provided an Institution code to that Teen or Child, they should not accept an Institution code provided by an Institutional User and should register their Teen or Child directly with Lenica.
6.Use of Aggregated Data by Third Parties.
Aggregated Data may be shared with third parties in order to derive information on user patterns such as the time users spend on a certain portion of Lenica Services, the average age of individuals using the program(s), etc. Lenica might also provide certain third parties, such as sports equipment manufacturers or research institutions with Aggregated Data (for example, information such as the percentage of individuals suffering neurocognitive injury who play certain sports such as football, various performance measures and the age/gender of such individuals). Lenica may receive compensation from such third parties for their use of such information. Lenica requires parties who receive Aggregated Data to agree that they will not attempt to make this information personally identifiable, such as by combining it with other databases.
7. Use of the Lenica Services by Teens and Children
8. Lenica’s Disclosure of Personal Information
Lenica reserves the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, to amend this Policy from time-to-time. In the event such an amendment constitutes a "material" change (as defined below) in the collection and/or aggregation of Personal Information, Lenica will notify Lenica Services users in advance of such proposed change and will provide Lenica Services users with the ability to "opt-out" of their registration for Lenica Services. For purposes of this Policy, "material" means a change that expands Lenica ability to collect, use or disclose Personal Information. If, following notice from Lenica regarding an adoption of a material change, Lenica Services users continue to use Lenica Services, such continued use will constitute acceptance of such material change(s). If Lenica Services users decide that any of the material changes are not acceptable, they should immediately stop using the Lenica Services.