Last updated: November 25, 2019
Beedle is operated by Mentor ehf, a software company which has developed educational solutions to support teaching and learning for over twenty years. Beedle provides a planning tool inside Microsoft Teams to organise teachers resources. It allows teachers to create, edit and upload long and short term plans. Furthermore, Beedle provides easy navigation to stored resources needed for the day, by providing a ‘link to calendar’ option. Although developed for teachers and those working within education, Beedle enriches any document-rich sector that would profit from a file organisation system that encourages collaborative working.
Beedle uses HTML5 LocalStorage to optimise user experience. LocalStorage stores data on the user‘s computer enabling faster load times. Unlike Cookies LocalStorage is not readable except by the user‘s browser and is not sent to the server. Beedle does not use LocalStorage to track users. The user can erase all LocalStorage by clearing the browsers cache.
Mentor ehf as data controller and data processor, is strongly committed to process personal data with the appropriate security measures to ensure its protection. Mentor ehf operates according to the requirements of ISO-27001 information security standards. All security measures that are taken are based on data classification and data process impact assessments. The company has a written security policy and conducts a regular data processing risk assessment. A regular review and assessment of the effectiveness of technical and organizational security measures for ensuring the security of all processing of data is conducted and is led by Mentor’s Data Security Officer.
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If a user believes that the processing of personal information at Mentor ehf in any case does not comply with applicable data protection laws or regulations and does not adhere to safe data processing methods, they can send an complaint or notice to our Data Protection Officer (email@example.com). Users have also the right to seek out the appropriate Data Protection Authority if they believe their privacy rights have been infringed upon or if they believe privacy laws have been broken.