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Privacy Policy


Privacy Policy Overview

This policy is intended to inform you how we at MILLENIALSEMPIRE Ltd a limited liability company, (hereinafter “MILLENIALSEMPIRE” or “we/us/our”) collect and use information provided by visitors to our website (located at, hereinafter, our “Website”), by people who register at our Website, by students who enroll in our courses, by anyone who contracts for or purchases any of our products or services, and by individuals who communicate with our Website via e-mail or otherwise (collectively, “you/your”).

By visiting our Website, viewing its contents, registering on our Website, enrolling in our courses, purchasing our services or products, and/or communicating with us via e-mail or otherwise you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy as well as the terms of service set forth on our Terms & Conditions page (located at

This Privacy Policy applies to all information and data we receive from or about you, including (but not limited to) your name, address, geographic location, e-mail address(es), IP address, user names, passwords, course selections, product/service purchases, transaction and payment information, and communications. This Privacy Policy does not apply to third-party websites from which you can access our Website or any of its materials.

Please do not use or otherwise visit our Website, register on our Website, enrol in our courses, or purchase any of our products or services if you do not agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy or our Terms & Conditions.

Your Consent

By using our site, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy.

What Information do we Collect

It’s possible that not all of the data we collect is personally identifiable. We do, however, track and record user sessions in order to improve the site’s overall experience. We do this using a variety of tracking software, including Google Analytics and Bing Webmaster. As technology advances, tracking software may change.

We only collect personally identifiable information from you when you log into our site or enter information into our form fields. You may be asked to enter your: name, e-mail address, mailing address or phone number.

In the following circumstances, we may collect and process your personal data:


We receive personal information about you when you participate in, access, purchase, or sign up for any of our services, activities, online accounts, or online content, such as magazine subscriptions, newsletters, surveys, vouchers, competitions, events, webinars, white papers, or community forums. This could include information like your name, email address, mailing address, and phone number. We’ll use information to make sure we have a legal basis for offering the particular goods and services you’re looking for, in accordance with the nation in which you live.


If you order a product or service from us, you will need to provide certain personal details, including payment information, so the order can be fulfilled. This may be collected, for example, as part of the registration process or when creating an account. In some cases, we will use or direct you to a third party who will collect this information from you and fulfill your order. For example, if you order a subscription to our publications, you may be able to access those products through a digital newsstand such as Apple Newsstand.


If you participate in one of our conferences, events, or awards, we may obtain personal information about you, such as your name, contact information, and any dietary or accessibility needs. We might provide the platform hosting the event with your name and contact information if you attend one of our events remotely.


We may obtain personal information about you when you choose to interact with us through comments, images, videos, and other content, for instance when you do so on social media.


We might keep track of the device(s) you use to access our services, as well as technical and/or behavioural information on how you use our websites or other online content. This information might, for instance, contain specifics about your online browsing activities and the hardware and software you use to access our website. Additionally, this may contain particular online identifiers that let us identify you or your device, like your device’s ID, type, IP address, and approximate location at the time of surfing. These information may also be linked to other websites you have visited. This information might be used to create a more thorough profile of you and your interests. Additionally, we might provide you location-based services (such tailored content and advertising) where we gather geolocation data.

Please see What data is collected on our websites? and our Cookies Policy for further details about how we use this data and information on opting out.


Links to goods and services provided by outside websites can be found on some of our websites. In order to send you to the third party site when you click on such links, we will use information about your usage of our site that we have acquired. We and the third party may gather information to demonstrate your click-through and whether you made any purchases of goods or services. If you click on a link to a third party’s website from a MillenialsEmpire Ltd site and make a purchase, the third party might pay us a commission.


We send you marketing communications using the data you give us, such as your email address, mailing address, or phone number, either with your permission or when we have good reason to do so. Your marketing preferences can always be updated. Please click the links in the emails you receive to unsubscribe (or opt-out) from receiving these communications, or email our DPO at


When you open an email from us, we can see which pages of our website you viewed since we use web beacons in our emails to track the effectiveness of our marketing efforts. Although our web beacons don’t save any data on your computer, they can tell us which emails you’re engaging with and how you’re engaging with them by interacting with our cookies. For instance, we will be aware of the devices used and when you have opened an email from us. We might keep track of the emails you get from us, and we might tailor those emails for you using the data we gather. We also retain a record of the communications you have chosen to receive or not, such as whether you want to exclusively get brand marketing from a certain brand or whether you consent to receive emails from other brands in the Group that may be of interest to you. In order to better analyse your online activities, we might also utilise your email in a hashed, anonymous form. This might then be utilised for targeting and analytics. Contact our DPO at if you want to opt out of getting these emails.


We may gather information about your social media accounts, including Facebook and Twitter, when you register if you write for us or supply us with content through one of our sites in exchange for remuneration. This enables us to insert links to your social network accounts into the articles you create, enabling you and other site users to share your writing with others. This might also entail granting you access to the parts of a website that directly use the YouTube APIs or interact with them. This enables us to gather additional data required to submit material, such as the video’s origin (for instance, from an existing article, original content, or playlist), as well as analytical statistics like view counts and duration. In order to make sure you receive the proper compensation for the content you supply for us, we will also use the information you give us, such as your bank account information.


We may invite you to take part in surveys and focus groups regarding our goods, clients, and services using the information you give. The responses you offer are anonymous and aggregated to support our learnings and guide adjustments we can make to better our goods and services. Participation is always voluntary.


If there is any missing information regarding your postal or email addresses, for example, we may receive information about you from other sources and add it to the personal information we already have on file for you. Additionally, we might get information from other sources like our commercial partners, Group companies, and social media websites. Whenever you go to one of our Facebook pages, as an illustration. To match, merge, and enrich the profile data we have on you, additional data may also be acquired, such as inferred data and demographic data. associating your activities across our sites with your contact or subscriber information. You might also get emails from other companies in our Group that are thought to be of interest to you if you choose to receive marketing from our Group businesses.

For more detailed information on how the third parties who we work with use your data, please see their privacy policies here.

At any moment, you have the right to revoke your consent to the processing of your personal data. Through the consent management pop-up, you can revoke your consent to cookies at any time. Send an email to with the subject line “opt-out of hashed email ad profiling” if you do not want your hashed email address to be shared for profile-based online advertising.


Some of our websites also gather business information, such as when users register for a webinar or download a white paper. This could include information about your professional or employment history, credentials, and education. Examples include company name, job title, function, level within the organisation, company type, revenue, and employee count, as well as business phone number, address, and email. Additionally, geographic details such the nation, state (or county), and ZIP code (or postcode). Typically, we obtain this information directly from you when you submit registration forms or other information via our website or email. We advise you if submitting the information is voluntary or necessary when we collect it directly from you.

On rare occasions, we might buy business information from outside providers, such as business email addresses, job titles, and postal addresses. As a result, even if you haven’t given us your information directly, you might still receive emails from MillenialsEmpire about your industry or business interests. For instance, we might send you an email encouraging you to join up for a webinar. We maintain accurate records of the data sources and give customers the chance to unsubscribe at every encounter.

Please click here for details on the third parties we work with.

Please send an email to (for UK/EU consumers) or (for US/Canadian consumers) if you have any questions about how we utilise the business data we have on you.

Our Website, as well as the materials and services available via it, are not intended for children under the age of eighteen(18). If a person under the age of 16 chooses to use our Website, he or she is responsible for obtaining permission from their parents or legal guardians.

What do we Use Your Information for

Any of the information we collect from you may be used in one of the following ways:

  • To Personalize your Experience (Your information helps us to better respond to your specific requirements)
  • To Improve Our Website (Based on the information and input we receive from you, we are constantly working to improve our website services)
  • To Improve Customer Service (Your information helps us to efficiently respond to your customer service and support inquiries.)
  • To Send Periodic Emails (the email address you provide may be used by automated, trigger-based email campaigns to send you information, respond to inquiries, and/or other requests or questions)
  • To contact you (If you’d like us to contact you)
  • To fulfill our contractual obligations to you as part of any transaction or order involving our products, services and/or materials
  • To deliver information to you about the products, services and materials provided through our Website
  • To contact you about our products, services and Website
  • In additional manners that we may describe to you when you provide information to us or when we notify you about new uses of information provided by you

By visiting our website, providing us your e-mail address, signing up for our newsletter, registering for an account, ordering products or services from us or otherwise providing your personal information to us, as set forth above (under Collection of Information), you are consenting to receiving communications from us regarding our services and materials. You may unsubscribe from these emails at any time by following the instructions included in those communications, clicking the “Opt-Out/Delete” link at the bottom of our Website,

What Lawful Basis Do We Rely On For Processing?

In order to process your personal data, we must have a lawful reason for doing so. GDPR sets out six lawful bases under which organisations can collect, use and store personal data. We rely on four of the lawful bases:


Your personal data may need to be processed and shared by us in order to meet our legal duties, uphold our rights, or safeguard the rights of others. For tax or financial reporting purposes, for instance, we must get certain information from you in order to process your membership payment.


In certain circumstances, we process your personal information only with your express consent. In this case, you have voluntarily chosen to receive some communications from us, such as marketing communications, and you are free to change your mind at any moment.


If you are one of our clients, such as a newsletter subscriber or event participant, we will process your personal information on the theory that it is required for us to offer you our goods and services.


In some circumstances, the collection and use of your personal data is justified by our legitimate business interests. In these situations, we have carefully weighed the impact of the processing on your interests, rights, and freedoms by conducting a balancing test. If we are confident that there won’t be a negative effect on you, we won’t proceed with the procedure. The following are the acts for which we rely on legitimate interests:

  • providing, maintaining, improving and developing our products and services;
  • sending direct marketing communications about our products and services to customers, which may, for example in the US, include content we send on behalf of advertisers;
  • sending marketing communications related to the products and services of carefully selected companies in a business-to-business context;
  • managing suppression and unsubscribe requests;
  • researching publicly available business contact details;
  • managing certain aspects of our events;
  • analysing the use of our products and services;
  • using aggregated, non – personally identifiable statistical and analysis data to identify usage trends, such as your visits and activity on our sites, and to determine the effectiveness of campaigns;
  • allowing you to comment on our sites, provide feedback or take a survey;
  • dealing with queries and complaints;
  • notifying you of product recalls or providing other information concerning products you have purchased;
  • personalising your experience on our sites;
  • using your data in hashed non-identifiable form to help find you or similar audiences through Facebook’s audience function and Google customer match;
  • identifying fraudulent behaviour and ensuring our websites and systems are secure;
  • building and enriching profiles of users based upon, for example, product selection and online behaviour; and
  • sharing the information you provide and other information held about you within our Group companies, for the purposes of this policy. For more information see How we work with Group companies.

How do we Protect You Information

When you enter, submit, or access your personal information, we use a variety of security procedures to keep your personal information safe. Your personal data is kept in a password-protected database.

Sharing of Information

Only the manner described in this Privacy Policy will we share information submitted by you with third parties. Except as set forth below, we do not sell, trade, rent, or otherwise disseminate personal data or information.

  • To interact with you via e-mail, we engage a third-party email provider. Covertkit is our current vendor. contains a description of Convertkit’s services. If our communications vendor changes, we will update this policy.
  • To confirm payment for products or services ordered on our Website, we communicate credit card and other payment data to the appropriate credit card company and/or credit card payment processing company or financial institutions.
  • We may disclose information (such as name and contact information) to our instructors or other service providers if it is essential for the performance of our services.
  • If we are required to do so by law or legal process, or to cooperate with a law enforcement investigation, or if we need to protect our rights, reputation, property, or the safety of us or others, or to defend or enforce our rights or your obligations, we will disclose information gathered from you or provided by you.
  • We will only share information with third parties with your consent.

Who may We Share Your Data With?


We employ third parties to carry out a variety of tasks for us, including order fulfilment, email delivery, event planning and management, competition and promotion administration, survey or poll administration, hosting of comments on websites, website analysis, data analysis, and credit card processing. If it’s required for them to carry out their duties, they will have access to your personal information, but they are not permitted to use it or disclose it for any other reason unless you have expressly authorized it.


In order to comply with our legal and regulatory duties, such as statutory or regulatory reporting or the identification or prevention of unlawful conduct, we may disclose your personal information to any third party. In order to obtain professional advice and services or to fulfil our audit obligations, we may also share your information with our own auditors and advisors. For instance, we might divulge your personal information to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, a separate auditing agency. This is done so that they can examine our policies, processes, and procedures for compliance with pertinent standards or to analyse aggregated statistics about the distribution and use of our products. By clicking on the following link, you can access their privacy statement:


You might receive some goods or services from this website (referred to as “Co-Branded Areas”) in collaboration with a different company. You might have to give that third party your personal information in order to use their goods or services. If you request a product or service offered in partnership with a third party, the identity of the third party will be disclosed to you and your personal information will be transferred to that third party.

Additionally, if you sign in to a Co-Branded Area using a username and password you created on the Site, the identified third parties for that Co-Branded Area may receive access to your Personal Information.

As an alternative, when you register for an event or webinar, we may share your information with the event’s or webinar’s sponsors as well as other partners, advertisers, and third parties (collectively, “Sponsors”). This will be in accordance with the privacy laws in the country in which you reside. For more information see Webinar and Event Registration.

You should consult the respective third-party privacy policies for further details since we are not liable for their data collection or usage practices.


Your personal information might need to be shared with the buyer in the event that we sell any parts of our business, like a website or a magazine. For instance, so they can keep offering you a membership or other service. Your personal information will be used by the new owners in accordance with their Privacy Policy.


We may provide advertisers, sponsors, and other organisations with compiled, non-personally identifying information on demographics and website usage. When you are online for commercial purposes, this may involve, for instance, recording your cookie ID, IP address, and engagement metrics. These data are then pooled to produce a profile of a firm, not an individual.


The adverts on this website may occasionally be served by a network advertiser from a third party. Network advertisers are independent companies that serve you with ads based on your visits to this and other websites. We are able to show you ads for goods or websites you might be interested in thanks to third-party ad serving. To analyse the traffic on this website, we might additionally use an audience or traffic measurement provider. By observing anonymous visitor activity, audience and traffic measurement services enable us to gather traffic and behavioural data from the website. If you opt to have cookies enabled in your browser, the advertisers, sponsors, and/or traffic measurement services for this website may independently set and access their own cookies on your computer. Please go to What Information is Collected Through Our Websites? Read our Cookies Policy for more information, including how to opt out.


In addition, if a third party is assisting us in choosing and delivering intriguing and pertinent advertising to you and/or other potential customers, we may share de-identified information and/or aggregated information with them. For us to serve relevant advertising to you based on what you seem to be interested in, this includes sharing data with advertising networks and search engines. For example when you are searching for information or browsing other sites.


We may use remarketing services offered by businesses like Facebook, Google, and Bing to show you advertising on third-party websites based on your browsing patterns and interactions after you have visited our site. For this purpose, visitors are grouped by certain actions on our services, for example, by duration of visit. This enables us to understand your preferences and to show you personalised advertising even if you are currently on another website within our network.


We may also share de-identified information with social media platforms. For example, we may share a hashed, non-identifiable version of your email with, for example, Facebook or Google, with the aim of showing you advertising on those platforms. Alternatively, we may use this data with the aim of excluding you from seeing our advertising on those platforms. We only share data in this way if you have agreed to receive marketing communications from us. Our ability to subsequently tailor (or exclude) ads in this way are determined by your account settings on those platforms.

Some of our sites enable our users, and contributors, to share information with sites such as YouTube. On these occasions, our websites interact directly with YouTube (via its APIs), and make use of YouTube API services, for example interacting periodically with the YouTube APIs in order to keep any analytical data previously gathered up to date and complete.

By using these services, users are agreeing to be bound by the YouTube Terms of Service, which can be found at In addition to our normal procedure for deleting stored data, users can revoke access to their data as it relates to the YouTube API by visiting the Google security settings page at

When we share information with third parties, we only permit them to process this data for specified purposes. We do not share more information with them than is necessary for the relevant purpose and we require them to treat this information with at least the same protection we do.

Do We Use Cookies

Yes, Cookies are small files that a site or its service provider transfers to your computers hard drive through your Web browser (if you allow) that enables the sites or service providers systems to recognize your browser and capture and remember certain information. We use cookies to remember, interpret, and preserve your preferences for future visits, as well as to compile aggregate data on site traffic and interaction so that we can continue to provide better site experiences and tools. This data is collected anonymously and does not contain any personally identifiable information. On this website, no personally identifying information is collected unless it is voluntarily supplied using a fill-in form. In order to Request a Quote on, for example, an email address is required, and users can choose whether or not to provide it. Cookies transfer anonymous information to Google, which processes it to provide anonymous, aggregate reporting on website activity for the domain At, these reports are used to acquire insight into how to improve the user experience, content, and marketing.

Do We Disclose any Information to Outside Parties?

We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer your personally identifiable information to third parties. This does not apply to trusted third parties who help us operate our website, conduct our business, or provide services to you, as long as those parties agree to keep your information private. We may also release your information when we believe it is necessary to comply with the law, enforce our site policies, or defend our rights, property, or safety or the rights, property, or safety of others. Non-personally identifiable visitor information, on the other hand, may be shared with third parties for marketing, advertising, or other purposes.

Deleting of Information

You have the right to request that we remove some or all of the information you gave to us, provided that we are not compelled to keep such information as part of any commercial transaction or contract we enter into. For instance, we may be compelled to keep records of credit card transactions or products or services purchased by you from us for a period of time in the case of a dispute or other circumstance in which the information is required by third-parties or government entities.

By emailing, you may request that we erase information that you have supplied to us.

You may seek an update to your information by emailing if you believe we have inaccurate or incomplete information about you.

You have the option of restricting the usage of your information to only that which is necessary for us to complete any transactions with you. You can, for example, ask us to stop sending you e-mails or newsletters about upcoming courses or other information about our products and services. You can unsubscribe from these emails by emailing or following the instructions included in the communications.

Unless you request that we delete the information you provide, we will keep it for a reasonable period of time in case you decide to purchase our products or services in the future. For example, you may purchase one of our services/products and not find another of interest at this time; but, we may introduce a product/ service in the future that you might be interested in purchasing. We make the enrollment process easier by keeping your information on file, as well as providing you with a history of courses in which you have previously enrolled.

To maintain the integrity of our Website and the information you provide to us, we may copy that information to a secondary information storage device (AKA back-up). If you request that we delete your information, we shall do so from our backup data storage as well, to the extent that it is commercially reasonable. Nonetheless, we only access our backup storage in the event that data from our primary storage has been hacked (such as may occur during power surges or other situations where our primary storage may be damaged)

Third Party Links

On occasion, we may include or offer third-party products or services on our website at our discretion. These third-party websites have their own set of privacy policies. As a result, we disclaim all responsibility or liability for the content or actions of these third-party websites. Nonetheless, we are committed to maintaining the integrity of our website and welcome any criticism regarding these sites.

Online Privacy Policy Only

This online privacy policy only applies to information acquired through our website; it does not apply to data gathered offline

Disputes Involving Information

In the unlikely event that You have a dispute with Us regarding Your use of Our Platforms or Our Materials, regarding or Our products, services, subscriptions or memberships, Our Privacy Policy, Our Terms & Conditions, Your relationship with Us (contractual or otherwise), or any other claim (collectively, “Disputes”), and we are unable to resolve that dispute through informal communications between Us, You agree that any such Disputes will be subject to the following dispute resolution procedures. Any Disputes will be resolved through binding arbitration before a single arbitrator in line with the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) Arbitration and Mediation Service standards in effect at the time.

Terms and Conditions

Please also see our Terms & Conditions section at for information on the use, disclaimers, and limitations of liability that apply to our website.

Changes to Our Privacy Policy

As technological, business, and regulatory changes occur, we will update our Privacy Policy on a regular basis. We will notify you of any changes to our Privacy Policy by providing a link to the updated Privacy Policy on our homepage or by visiting directly. We’ll also send you an e-mail to the address you gave us, telling you that our Privacy Policy has been revised and is available for review on our website. You agree to receive such e-mails and to keep us informed if your preferred e-mail address changes