THE 21-DAY DATA CHALLENGE ENDED ON MAY 1ST, 2022. You can continue to practice at your own pace but no prizing is available.

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to (the “Site”) owned and operated by Lighthouse Labs Inc. (Lighthouse Labs) and to your registration for application for, access to or receipt of products and services from Lighthouse Labs. Lighthouse Labs is committed to keeping your personal information confidential and secure. This Privacy Policy describes how Lighthouse Labs collects, uses, protects, shares, and retains your information for this challenge.

Collection of Personal information

Personal information means any factual or subjective information in recorded form, that identifies or could be used to identify, contact or locate an individual. Lighthouse Labs collects information provided by site visitors, prospective clients, subscribers and students who register and participate in Lighthouse Labs programs, campaigns or contests. This information may contain personal data such as name, email address, address, phone numbers, and demographic or other information provided.

Lighthouse Labs will not disclose identifiable information without your prior express permission. Some information collected is in the context of Lighthouse Labs providing services to you. Lighthouse Labs does not share, sell, or rent the information we receive from you except in limited circumstances where your use of the Lighthouse Labs 21-day challenge website and its affiliated forum indicates a valid consent to disclose. For example:


When you register for Lighthouse Labs’ 21 Day Data Challenge, we ask for information to use for these general purposes: to provide and support products and services including course instruction, identification and authentication and security purposes, product and service improvement, contact, research, and follow up sales and marketing.


The security of your personal information and data collected is important to Lighthouse Labs. Lighthouse Labs encrypts the transmission of personal information using secure socket layer technology (SSL) and industry best practices. However, no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage method is completely secure. While Lighthouse Labs endeavours to use commercially acceptable methods and standards to protect your personal information, we are unable to guarantee absolute security.


Lighthouse Labs may disclose Personal Information under special circumstances, such as to comply with court orders or when your actions violate the Code of Conduct applicable to Lighthouse Labs and we need to take appropriate steps. Lighthouse Labs does not sell, rent, loan or otherwise transfer Personal Information to other companies for the marketing of their own products or services unless you provide your consent to that. Lighthouse Labs may, at times, share your personal information with third parties only in the ways that are described in this Privacy Policy and other terms included in applications or agreements with you. Further, Lighthouse Labs shares only the personal information believed to be needed to offer a product or service efficiently or to improve such product or service.

Lighthouse Labs may provide your personal information to our service providers, for purposes related to supporting our business (e.g., sending you emails, fulfillment services, technical support, delivery services), including, without limitation, research and product and service development. These third party partners may be authorized to use this information only as necessary to provide these services.

Lighthouse Labs may also disclose your personal information to those of our affiliates and related companies that agree to treat it in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

In addition, Lighthouse Labs may create, use and disclose anonymized and/or aggregated information which does not allow you to be personally identified to third parties.


Lighthouse Labs uses third-party data storage services that use industry-standard security to store personal information including User Data that you submit. Lighthouse Labs does not claim any ownership or right to use your Personal Information or User Data and you retain all rights to your data except as provided for in Lighthouse Labs’ standard Privacy Policy.


A cookie is a small portion of data that may include an anonymous unique identifier. Cookies are sent to your browser from a website and stored on your computer's hard drive. Computers that access Lighthouse Labs’ website are assigned a different cookie by Lighthouse Labs which is used to track visitors to the Lighthouse Labs website. You are able to prohibit cookies in the privacy settings of your computer or browser.


Lighthouse Labs may use a service from Google called Google Analytics (GA) or similar services from other service providers, which permit Lighthouse Labs to reach people who have visited and any owned subdomains previously, and display to them relevant advertisements when they visit other sites across the Internet that belong to the Google Display Network. This is called ‘remarketing’.

Cookies can be used to track your session on any webpage and serve customized advertising from Google and different third-party vendors. Through first-party and third-party cookies, the third parties may collect information about you while you are visiting websites and use this data to show you advertisements on this website and across the Internet based on your sites visited. For this activity, Lighthouse Labs does not collect this information, nor does it control the content of the advertisements that you will see; it is controlled by third parties such as Google.


Lighthouse Labs reserves the right to modify our privacy statement at any moment, so please review it from time to time. If we make significant changes to this policy, we will notify you here, by email, or by a notice on our homepage so you continue to be aware of the information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we disclose it.

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