1. Who are we
The website Timestables.co.uk (www.timestables.co.uk) is the property of, and managed by BVK Productions B.V. We take your privacy seriously and this policy details what information we collect and also how we protect your right to privacy and comply with GDPR.
Students can practice multiplication tables for free via online games and exercises on Timestables.co.uk. You can make use of the website with or without a free account.
You can get in touch with us by sending a message via the contact form or by sending an email to .
What information do you need to provide to create an account?
To create an account, we ask for a nickname and a password (nothing else). You can use this to log in again later, and to keep track of your results.
What information do we keep track of after you've created an account?
If you've created an account, we'll keep track of the following:
- What medals you've earned
- What diplomas you've earned
- Your scores for the ‘100 seconds’ exercise.
3. Contacting Timestables.co.uk
You can contact us if you have questions or complaints about Timestables.co.uk. In which case we will store your contact information and question/complaint. We may also ask for additional information if we deem this to be necessary in order to optimally answer your question.
Information gathered in this manner is used to answer the question or address the complaint. All for the sake of providing you with optimal assistance.
4. Automatically generated information
To allow Timestables.co.uk to run optimally. To properly display web pages, or to secure the website, for example. We need certain information. What we need for this is the IP address, browser type and computer system being used, the pages that are being visited, and cookies will be placed on your system as well. The cookies will only be placed if you have given permission for them. This information will primarily be used to solve technical issues and to address security concerns.
The IP address may be used, along with visited pages and cookies, to investigate any unusual situations that might occur and to foil hacking attempts.
The browser data and computer system are used to discern how the website is being used and this data is utilised to make adjustments to the website. Aside from that, the information is also helpful in solving any eventual problems with the website. This allows us to see in what situations a particular problem might occur.
The processing of this information is necessary in order to properly secure Timestables.co.uk and to offer a user-friendly website.
6. Research and analysis
Timestables.co.uk strives to provide services of the highest calibre. To do so, we are constantly working to analyse Timestables.co.uk, maintain, secure and optimise so that, where necessary, we can make adjustments to our website. We use anonymous data for this. Examples of data we make use of for this purpose include:
- What exercises are being done
- What games are being played
- Time spent per exercise or game
7. Data retention
we generally retain information as long as necessary for the aforementioned purposes, or to comply with legal (retention) obligations. As such, the retention duration is based on the nature of the data and the purposes for which Timestables.co.uk processes it. We save account data for 2 years. Should you delete your account, all accompanying data will also be wiped immediately. We won't store your information any longer than necessary for the purposes that it was obtained for.
8. Provisions to third parties
Your information will not be provided to third parties by Timestables.co.uk without your express permission, barring certain exceptions detailed below.
Timestables.co.uk may provide your data to third parties in accordance with applicable laws and/or regulations, if Timestables.co.uk considers it necessary as part of a court case, or if Timestables.co.uk deems this necessary in order to protect its own rights.
Timestables.co.uk will also provide this information to those processors that are processing personal information on behalf of Timestables.co.uk. Your information will only be used to complete these tasks. An example of this is the hosting of the central Timestables.co.uk database. Timestables.co.uk has made (processing) agreements with these
processors of information which include security precautions to be observed in the handling of your data in order to protect it.
9. Data protection
We place extreme importance on the proper security of your data. To that end, we've ensured that fitting technical and organisational precautions have been taken to protect your personal information against loss or tampering.
10. What rights do you have
Right of inspection
You have the right to request information on whether or not we are processing any data that pertains to you. Should this be the case, then in accordance with the law, we will provide you with a copy of the information gathered about you.
Right to rectify
You have the right to request rectification of inaccurate information pertaining to you. When applicable, you have the additional right to provide extra personal information for the purpose of completing your data profile.
Right to be forgotten
You have the right to request the deletion of (certain) personal data pertaining to you (the right to oblivion). Should this request be granted, we will delete all relevant personal information.
Right to restriction
You have the right to request a restriction of the usage of your personal data. This entails that, should the request be granted, we will not process your personal information any further whilst the restriction is in effect, unless required to do so by law.
Right to object
You have the right to, under certain circumstances, object to the processing of personal data, for example if we are processing your personal information for legitimate purposes. Should you object, we will weigh the interests of your privacy against the interests of our company. Should the interests of your privacy weigh more heavily, we will not process your data any further.
Right to data portability
You have the right to request data portability. We will make the data that is subject to this right available to you in a structured, conventional and machine readable form that you can provide to third parties.
If you have questions or complaints, please contact [email} or make use of the contact form.
You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
11. Timestables.co.uk in class
To create a teacher's, account we keep track of the following data:
- Teacher name
- Email address
We must emphasise that Timestables.co.uk does not know which children in class make use of Timestables.co.uk. This is because the teacher decides on the nicknames.
12. Changes to this privacy statement
This privacy statement is subject to change. The latest revision is from November 2018.
Privacy is a very important subject. Should you have any questions, please contact us via .