Leap of Faith Financial Services Inc. -- Privacy Policy

Last Updated: May 22, 2018

Applicable to all websites owned and/or operated by Leap of Faith Financial Services Inc.

We own and/or operate a network of websites, including math.com and school.com. Your privacy is important to us. We have created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our commitment to privacy when you use our websites. We will routinely update this Privacy Policy to clarify our practices and to reflect new or different privacy practices, such as when we add new services, functionality or features to our websites. You can determine when this Privacy Policy was last revised by referring to the date it was Last Updated above. Our policy regarding use of your individual identifying information or other information supplied to us or collected during your visit(s) to our websites covers the following areas:

Information Gathering

1. We use our webserver logs and IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our servers, to administer our sites, and to detect abusive behaviour. IP addresses are numerical codes (e.g. that are used to connect your computer with other computers on the internet. For example, if we notice a very large number of identical requests coming from a single IP address in a short time period, this might signal an attack on our servers, and we can take measures to block that IP address. We also log the IP address if users fill out our contact forms, to prevent abuse. For example, if a malevolent user sent abusive and/or illegal messages to us, we can then take steps to block that IP address and/or forward that information to relevant law enforcement agencies.

2. Our Contact Form require users to give contact information (such as their name, e-mail address, company name and phone number) along with their message, and automatically stores the IP address. Such information is used in order to be able to respond to the user's message, and to prevent abuse. A user may optionally reach out to us without using that contact form, for example by FAX, telephone or by postal mail.

3. If a user registers domain names through us, additional data such as address information as required by the policies for WHOIS, as determined by ICANN, registry operators, and Tucows (the registrar for which we provide reseller services) is collected. Applicable domain name registration agreement terms (including additional privacy terms) are detailed on our website here.


4. Our websites, like many websites operated by others, store information in small data files called cookies on your computer. These cookies are used by us in several ways including enabling certain features, remembering choices that you make, improving the efficiency of this site, and to provide to us information about how people use the sites so we can improve them.

5. Website's cookies will either be deleted or not deleted automatically when you close your browser depending upon the need to retain the information in the cookie between your visits to this website. If you do not allow our websites to use cookies, then certain features or sections of the sites may not be available to you or may not function as expected.

6. You can manage your cookies preferences through the relevant mechanisms in your web browser (see the preferences or options menus).

7. In the course of serving advertisements to this site, our third-party advertisers may place or recognize a unique cookie on your browser or use web beacons to collect information, combat fraud/abuse, and to cap the frequency of ads (i.e. the number of times an ad is seen within a certain period). Google, as a third-party vendor, uses advertising cookies to enable it and its partners to serve ads to our users based on their visit to our sites and/or other sites on the Internet. Google uses cookies to serve ads on our sites based on a user's prior visits to our websites or other websites (so-called "behavioural ads" or "personalized ads"). For example, if you visit a hotel company's website to purchase a vacation (and that website shares data with Google), and then visit one of our websites such as math.com later, you might see relevant ads on topics such as travel insurance or car rentals related to that vacation on math.com. Similarly, if you use math.com and later visit a recipes website, you might see ads for math tutoring or math textbooks on the recipes website. By increasing the relevance of ads based on your overall browsing experience, personalized ads generally provide a better experience compared to ads that are more broadly targeted (and which are thus less likely to be of interest to you).

8. Users may review Google's use of advertising cookies and manage settings via Google's advertising policy page. Users may opt out of personalized advertising by visiting Ads Settings. At this time, Google's personalized advertising has been disabled for users from the EU across our sites. Google also cares about your privacy, and you can read their own privacy policy here.

9. Cookies are also used by embedded YouTube content and Google Analytics on our sites. You can get more information and control these cookies using Google's page here. Embedded YouTube videos are used to share select content hosted via that popular video service operated by Google. Google Analytics (alone, or in combination with webserver logs) is used by us (and millions of other websites) to analyze usage patterns and demographics of our users. For example, if we noticed a surge in the number of web users to a certain website, we might decide to upgrade the webhosting for that website to handle the increased usage. If we noticed many new users coming from Japan, we might decide to translate some of our content into Japanese. More information about Google Analytics' data practices can be found here. Further information from Google concerning cookies can be found here.

Children's Guidelines

10. Some of our sites (e.g. math.com) are intended for use by children and adults for educational purposes. We recognize the importance of privacy with respect to children's information and will therefore follow guidelines intended to uphold such privacy.

To this end, on those applicable sites, we will NOT:

Sharing of Personal Information

11. We will provide personal information to third parties, government authorities and agencies as and when required to: (i) comply with applicable laws, regulations, legal process or enforceable governmental request; (ii) protect our or a third party's legal rights; (iii) comply with any court order or legal proceeding; (iv) detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud or other criminal activity or errors, security or technical issues; or (v) protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of our company, our users or the public as required or permitted by law.

Links to Third Party Websites

12. Some of our websites contain links to other websites that are not owned by or operated by us. Our privacy policy does not apply to those websites, but instead are governed by their own privacy policies. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of such linked third party sites.

International Transfers and Jurisdiction

13. We are a company incorporated in Ontario, Canada, and are governed by the laws of that jurisdiction. By using our sites or providing personal information online, you are directly transferring personal information and non-identifiable information to us in Canada and may also be transferred and processed in other countries where our service providers are located. Canada and such other countries may not have the same level of data protection as your jurisdiction. You agree that any legal action, proceeding, dispute or other matters relating to your access to, or use of, our websites or the information contained on the websites shall be governed by Canadian federal law or the laws of the Province of Ontario.

Opt-out from Communications and/or Future Products/Services

14. We give our users the following options for (i) discontinuing communications from us and/or (ii) discontinuing receipt of our products or services: send email to: optout (at) LOFFS.com or use our opt-out form.


15. If you have any questions/comments about our Privacy Policy, the practices of our sites, or your experiences with our sites, please visit our corporate website (which includes contact details for telephone, fax, postal address and a link to our contact form.