Pearson Labs sites are owned and operated by Pearson plc.
We don’t collect any personal data from you unless you specifically provide it and we will only use that information for the purposes to which you have consented. We never ask you to provide any more information than is reasonably necessary to enable you to participate in an activity on our website and to improve the website.
When you take participate in an online discussion or post a comment on our site, we may receive personal information about you. This will usually consist of basic information such as your name, email address, and your publicly available Facebook, Twitter, et al, information.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is placed on your computer or mobile device by the websites you visit. Cookies don’t harm your computer, phone or tablet and don’t contain any information which would allow us to identify who you are. Cookies do let our sites recognise your computer and give us bits of other non-personal information, such as which browser you’re using. This information helps to show us how often people visit our sites, what they look at when they do and also help the sites to work. Any other information you give us in other ways – such as by commenting on an article – will not be associated with the data collected by cookies.
By using our sites, you agree to us sending you cookies.
Which cookies do we use on this site and why?
The list below sets out the main cookies that we use on this site and what we use them for.
Sharing with social media
Clicking on hyperlinks
Our posts and articles will often include links to other sites, which will each have their own cookies and privacy policies. We can’t take responsibility or liability for the privacy practices on those sites, so we would advise you to read those terms too.
Want more details?