How Do we Get Information?
When you register for our products or services, you will be providing personal information to The Coders Lexicon such as your name and email by which you can be personally identified. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under 13 years of age.
We also collect usage information from you when you visit our site or download our products. Web site usage information is not personally identifiable information (other than an IP address). It describes how our Web site is used and navigated, including the number and frequency of visitors to each Web page and the length of their stay. Web site usage information may include the IP address of a visitor to our Web site, time of day the Web site was visited. This information is collected by Google Analytics. If you wish to know more about how, and what, information is collected we recommend you check out Google’s article “Tracking Code Overview” for more information.
Ok, So How Do You Use This Information?
The Coders Lexicon believes that knowing more about you will enable us to serve you better. It permits us to personalize the content and services we offer to you. It also permits us to target advertising for products and services to your interests and tastes. The Coders Lexicon uses demographic and Web site usage information to improve the products and services we offer to you. One of the many services The Coders Lexicon can offer to you when you register for our products or services is notification concerning new products and services available from third party marketing partners. These notices and offers will be targeted to your individual preferences and tastes based on the information collected. The Coders Lexicon reserves the right to use personally identifiable information to investigate and help prevent potentially unlawful activity that threatens either The Coders Lexicon or any company affiliated with The Coders Lexicon. Moreover, upon the appropriate request of a government agency, law enforcement, court or as otherwise required by law, The Coders Lexicon may disclose personally identifiable information.
Oh and How Long Do You Keep This Info?
We keep the records of a sale for as long as required to meet our tax obligations in Canada, which can be up to 7 years. As for information pertaining to our subscription list, we only keep the info for as long as you don’t opt-out/unsubscribe from the list using the method below.
When you sign up to be on our subscription list, you will be asked only to provide your email address and name. You will receive updates of our latest news (and offers if you chose to accept them during the sign up process). We will not sell your name or email address with any third parties. Because selling user information is lame and we know programmers hate this!
Ability to Opt-Out of Emails from The Coders Lexicon
Upon registration for The Coders Lexicon products and services, you may receive a welcome email from us introducing you to The Coders Lexicon product and service offerings. If you do not wish to receive future emails from us, please follow the instructions contained in the email to unsubscribe from receiving future emails from The Coders Lexicon.
Corrections / Complaints
We take great care and use the latest technologies to ensure the security and safety of all your transactions with The Coders Lexicon. To prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the appropriate use of information, we have put in place safeguards to secure the information we collect online. The Coders Lexicon currently does not store any credit card information and handles all transactions through PayPal. But at a time where The Coders Lexicon does support the storage of sensitive financial data, we will deploy stringent safeguards to protect such data including advanced encryption and data hiding.
We Are Solid, But What About Others?
This Web site contains links to other Web sites. The Coders Lexicon is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites. You are encouraged to review the privacy policies of these other Web sites before registering for any products or services from that Web site.
Questions or Concerns?