This Privacy Policy (the “Policy”) outlines how (the “Website,” “Cursor Network LLC” “we,” “us” or “our”) strives to protect your personal information (“data”). It describes our practices regarding the data we collect, distribute, process and store about the Website’s browsers or users (“you” or “your”).

At Cursor Network LLC, we acknowledge the significance of safeguarding your data online. To that end, we are committed to handling your data with the utmost diligence. We also will always and fully comply with the applicable data protection laws and regulations which govern how we operate the Website.

We assume no responsibility whatsoever for video and other content hosted on any website other than, even if that content is embedded (in the case of video submissions) or otherwise linked to on the Website. In addition, we assume no responsibility whatsoever for video and other content accessed on or through which is created, or uploaded by anyone other than those individuals who are vested with the authority to create or upload such content (e.g. a Website agent, employee or other representative).

This Policy applies to all products and services which the Website provides, irrespective of whether the products or services link to this Policy or incorporate it by reference.

Please read this Policy carefully and in its entirety. We ask this of you for two reasons. First, your access to and use of the Website depends on your acceptance of and compliance with this Policy. Second, by accessing and using the Website, you agree to be bound legally to this Policy’s provisions; in other words, this Policy represents a legal agreement between us, and you.

About your data

Whenever you access the Website, you will be asked to collect data pertaining to you and your video(s). This data includes: your age (date of birth), email address and full name; and with respect to videos(s), it includes details surrounding the recording of such video. Basically, the context of your interactions with the Website, and the choices you make while using it (such as with the products and services we offer therein), determine the data we collect from you.

When you access the Website, or use our products and services, we will collect your data as required to facilitate that access and use, and to comply with the legal and security protocols related to the Website’s operation. Examples of such data include IP addresses and browser settings.

While you are using the Website, we will collect data about your personal activities. This collection allows us to personalize your experience with the Website by, for instance, recording your language preferences. It also allows us to collect statistical data about your experiences with the Website, which in turn enables us to improve the Website and the Services for your benefit.

About the GDPR

The GDPR’s purpose is two – fold. First, it provides people with more and greater control and protection over their personal information, together with how that information is collected, distributed, secured and stored online. Second, it clarifies and simplifies the laws and regulations for companies which conduct business in the EU or have customers who are domiciled in the EU. The GDPR categories data as personal data, sensitive data, or children’s data.

Cursor Network LLC primarily collects personal data. The GDPR defines ‘personal data’ as, “…any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person…”

The GDPR defines ‘sensitive data’ as, “…personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation…” We do not collect, distribute, process and store sensitive data.

Children’s data is personal or sensitive data which belongs to a child. The processing of that data is considered lawful if the child whose data is being collected and processed is at least sixteen (16) years of age. Otherwise, the processing is considered lawful “only if and to the extent that consent is given or authorised by the holder of parental responsibility over the child.” We do not knowingly collect, distribute, process or store personal or sensitive data belonging to children.

You must be at least thirteen (13) years of age to access and use the Website. If you are younger than 13 years of age, you must not access or use the Website; and if you have already accessed and are using the Website, you must leave immediately. Furthermore, you must be at least eighteen (18) years of age to enter video submission contests for which prizes are awarded.

If your child has accessed or used the Website, and if you are “the holder of parental responsibility over the child,” kindly email us at We will endeavor to irretrievably delete all data pertaining to your child as soon as practicable.

About your technical information

All the data and technical information we collect from you will be collated in a way which facilitates the optimization of your personal experience with the Website, as well as the Website’s functionality across all the devices on which it can be accessed and used.

Your rights as a browser or user of the Website

It will not be necessary for you to create an account with the Website to use it. Everyone who uses the Website may access the areas, content and features we make available to the public. (The main exception lies with age – restricted content that persons below a certain age may not be able to access.)

It will not be necessary for you to create an account with the Website to submit video content to us for eligibility in our contests, either. Please note, however, that all video content is subjected to our approval before it is accepted as an entry for any contests that we may host, and before it is published and made available for public consumption on our Website.

All video submissions that we receive are approved and published at our sole discretion.

Disclosing your data in the event of a transfer of our business

Cursor Network LLC may be sold to, acquired by or merged with, another business or company sometime in its future. A sale, acquisition or merger will likely involve the disclosure of your data to the individuals, groups or organizations who are interested in or will be purchasing, acquiring or merging with Cursor Network LLC In that event, it will be our practice and commitment to you to mandate strong protection initiatives we deem appropriate for your data. Additionally, the covenants set forth in this Policy will continue to apply to your data, even after the transfer.

Disclosing information which is not personally identifiable in nature

Simply put, personally identifiable information is information which identifies you as an individual. We never disclose, sell or share such information; we may, however, disclose, sell or share information which is not personally identifiable in nature with 3rd parties from time to time.

Disclosing information with your consent and to 3rd parties

Circumstances may arise where we may disclose, sell or share information pertaining to you as an individual (irrespective of whether it is personally identifiable in nature) with your express, written permission. This is likely to happen if you, for example, were to access the Website via a 3rd party application, which may require us to provide your data to the application’s controller or owner. The 3rd parties we may disclose or sell your data to (or share it with) are likely to include advertisers, investors and sponsors. Once again, we never disclose or sell your data to (or share it with) 3rd parties.

Disclosing information to 3rd party service providers

We take advantage of certain 3rd party services with the view to improving the products and services that we offer through the Website, and to gain greater insight into how the Website is used. These 3rd party services may collect and store information (but not personally identifiable information) sent by your Internet browser. Examples of such information include cookies, and your IP address.

External links

We may, from time to time, offer links that will lead you to a website outside of If we do, we would encourage you to read that website’s legal documentation (e.g. its Terms & Conditions or Privacy Policy); not only will their provisions likely differ from our own, we make no representations with respect to their efficacy or fitness for purpose.

Amendments to this Policy

We hereby reserve the right to amend this Policy in any manner of our choosing, at any time we deem appropriate, and without notice to you. Our only exception to this rule is where an amendment to the Policy materially affects the way in which the Website is normally accessed and used by you and other users. Should this exception arise, we will inform you and all other users of the Website of the amendment in writing and within twenty – eight (28) days of the date on which the amendment is to take effect. You should therefore periodically check the Policy for amendments.

Should you have any comments or questions regarding this Policy, kindly email us at