Curiosity Hub Privacy Policy
About Curiosity hub Policy
Curiosity Hub’s mission is to connect the Lesotho’s students to allow them to be more insightful, productive and expand their learning horizon. Central to this mission is our commitment to be transparent about the data we collect about you, how it is used and with whom it is shared. We believe you should always know what data we collect from you and how we use it, and that you should have meaningful control over both. We want to empower you to make the best decisions about the information that you share with us.
Information We Collect
Below is the two basic categories of information we collect:
  • Information you provide
  • Information we get when you use our service
Information you provide
To create an account with us you need to provide data including your name and/or mobile number, and/or email address.

You have choices about the information on your profile, such as your school, grade, photo, and city or area.
Posting and Uploading
Many of our services require us to collect images and other information from your device’s camera and photos. For example, you won’t be able to send Skill share or upload photos from your camera roll unless we can access your camera or photos.
Information we get when you use our service
Posts and Profile
Most activity on Curiosity Hub is public, including your profile information when you created your account, and your posts and certain information about your post like the date, time. You also may choose to publish your location in your Skill share or your Curiosity Hub profile. The people you follow and who follow you, and Skill shares you Like or comment on are also public.
Cookies and Similer Technologies
As further described in our Cookie Policy, we use cookies and similar technologies (e.g., pixels and ad tags) to collect data (e.g., device IDs) to recognize you and your device(s) on, off and across different services and devices where you have engaged with our Services. We also allow some others to use cookies as described in our Cookie Policy. If you are outside the Designated Countries, we also collect (or rely on others who collect) information about your device where you have not engaged with our Services (e.g., ad ID, IP address, operating system and browser information) so we can provide our Members with relevant ads and better understand their effectiveness
Direct messages and Group messages
We share the content of your Direct Messages with the people you’ve sent them to; we do not use them to serve you ads. Note that if you interact in a way that would ordinarily be public with Curiosity Hub content shared with you via Direct Message, for instance by liking a post, those interactions will be public. When you use features like Direct Messages to communicate, remember that recipients have their own copy of your communications on Curiosity - even if you delete your copy of those messages from your account - which they may duplicate, store, or re share.
Advertisers and other AD Partners
Advertising revenue allows us to support and improve our services. We use the information described in this Privacy Policy to help make our advertising more relevant to you, to measure its effectiveness, and to help recognize your devices to serve you ads on and off of Curiosity Hub. Our ad partners and affiliates share information with us such as browser cookie IDs, mobile device IDs, hashed email addresses, demographic or interest data, and content viewed or actions taken on a website or app. If you like, reply, or otherwise publicly engage with an ad on our services, that advertiser might thereby learn information about you associated with the ad with which you engaged such as characteristics of the audience the ad was intended to reach.
Device Phonebook
Because curiosity is all about communicating with learners and tutors, we may—with your permission—collect information from your device’s phonebook.
We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time. But when we do, we’ll let you know one way or another. Sometimes, we’ll let you know by revising the date at the top of the Privacy Policy that’s available on our website and mobile application. Other times, we may provide you with additional notice (such as adding a statement to our websites’ homepages or providing you with an in-app notification).