Privacy Policy and Terms

Privacy Policy Welcome to T.Code Community (Updated 10 May 2018)


Please read this text carefully.

Pursuant to the GDP Act of 25 May 2018

Here at T.Code Community, we try to keep things as simple and easy as possible but since this is a legal document, it’s a bit longer than we would like it to be. It’s important that you read this carefully and understand the terms of use. By clicking through, you agree to the following terms and conditions. If you don’t agree to the following terms and conditions, you are not allowed to use T.Code Community Software or Services.

When you use the Tritium Code services, you can trust us with the information. The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to help you understand what we collect and what we do. This information is important for the following reasons. I hope you have time to read carefully.

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Our Privacy Policy explains the following:


1) What information do we collect and why?

2) How do we use this information?

We will try to keep our explanations as simple as possible, but you can search from within google to learn about these important terms, IP addresses, pixel tags and browsers, and the requirements. Your privacy is important to us. So read this contract at the end to learn our privacy treaty. If you encounter any problems, you can contact us.


We collect information using the following methods:

The information we receive when you use our services. The Tritium Code starts to work when you are interacting with a service and interactive solutions that you use.

Permissions,

1- Internet access
a) Internet access is used to send notifications to users, exchange data, read web history, and show Google ads.
b) We use in-app purchase records and premium features to check the status.

2- Storage Access

a) To remind you of our services and preferences.
b) To keep a record of your acceptance of the license agreement
c) We use in-app purchase records and premium features to check the status.

3- ID Access,

In case of an unsuccessful transaction to provide an in-app feature, ID is used to provide free premium membership. (Not used for personal data detection.)

4- Incoming Message Access

a) When Pro version is activated, this permission is used to process incoming messages.

T.Code Community applications use Apache 2.0 License.


T.Code There are access to personal and sensitive data such as community applications, ip address, cookies, e-mail address, internet history.


T.Code uses community apps, Google Admob, Firebase Analytics, Notification System, In-App Purchase, modules. These services, provided by the Google platform, provide access to some information, such as device information, ip address, country.


This information may provide access to third parties through the google infrastructure. This is beyond our control.


Advertising Publishing,

The T.Code Community app shows a personalized ad by google and our partners.

You can disable personalized ads. Click on this link for it. (https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/142293?hl=en)


You can manage your personalized advertising preferences from within the app. If you want to see personalized ads, you can activate personal ads. If you do not want to see personalized ads, you can disable this feature.

If you do not want to advertise on the T.Code Community implementation, you can switch to the pro version.

Do you accept ads according to your personal preferences?


Ads shown to you are provided by Google Admob.


Our advertising partners



In-app purchases are provided by google. Certainly we do not have any banking information for you.


You are responsible for using the T.Code Community application and web services. The developer is not responsible for any result that this implementation is causing.


Device information

We collect device-specific information (hardware model, operating system version, mobile network information, including unique device identifiers).

Daily Information

We automatically collect and store certain information in the server logs when provided by code when you use our services or when you view the T.Code Communty content.

The Internet Protocol address.

Crashes, system activity, hardware settings, browser type, browser language, device event information such as the date and time of your request and Referral URL. cookies that may uniquely identify your browser.

Location Information,

We can collect and process information about you when you use our services and your actual location. To identify base stations, we can provide information on various technologies that we can use to encode location, IP address and GPS, as well as nearby devices, wireless access points and other sensor data.

Unique application numbers,

Specific services include a unique application number. When you install or remove the service in question, or, this service for purposes such as automatic updates regularly to our servers when it establishes a connection with your installation and this number information (e.g., operating system type and application version number) Tritium Code’may be sent to.

Local storage,

Browser web storage (including HTML 5) and Application Data caches by using mechanisms such as information (including personal information) locally on your device we may collect and store.

Cookies and similar technologies

We use these technologies when you use any of our services. This information is meant to make better use of our services.

Information collected from cookies and other technologies such as pixel tags, to improve the overall quality of our services and to improve your user experience we use. When showing you tailored ads, no identifier cookies or similar technology, such as race, religion, sexual orientation or health status, we will not associate with sensitive categories such as.


When you use our services, Cookies and Cookies are shared with google.


To better serve, the data will only be shared with Google.


We may process your personal information on a server outside your country of residence.


Notifications,

The information collected in accordance with user data by processing of a product for advertising purposes, promotion or notification we may send you.

Tritium Code with another company, merger, asset purchase or the selling of the company activity is found, we will continue to ensure the confidentiality of your personal information and personal information before it is transmitted, or before being subject to a different Privacy Policy, We will notify the users that will be affected.


Information security,

Pursuant to the GDP Act of 25 May 2018, necessary user personal information will never be sold to third parties, will be anonymous and never shared with other users.

Most of our services are encrypted, we have developed the algorithm using Crypto and custom.


When does this Privacy Policy apply?

Privacy Policy, these terms apply when you accept services, web sites or mobile applications provided by T.Code Communty.

Amendments

We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify or replace these Terms at any time. If a revision is material we will try to provide at least 30 days’ notice prior to any new terms taking effect. What constitutes a material change will be determined at our sole discretion. By continuing to access or use our Service after those revisions become effective, you agree to be bound by the revised terms. If you do not agree to the new terms, please stop using the Service.

For your data to be deleted, it will be enough to delete our service you use. You can send us an email.


Contact us

If you have any questions about these Terms, please contact us via Email: trityumcode@gmail.com

We will keep your personal information confidential and secure.


This Privacy Policy applies to all services provided by the T.Code Community code. When you start using the products, you automatically accept the Tritium Code (including downloading content) unconditionally with your own enthusiasm.





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