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This privacy statement applies to all publicly accessible pages on Codegig's website.
Codegig does not have any responsibility for the privacy policies or practices of third party sites linked to Codegig's website.
When you look at the pages on this site, our site analytics record information that identifies, for each page accessed:
the IP (internet protocol) address of the machine which has accessed it;
your top-level domain name (for example .com, .gov, .au, etc.);
the address of your server;
the date and time of your visit to the site;
the pages accessed and documents downloaded;
the referring site or page;
the type of browser and operating system you have used; and
demographic and interests data.
Cookies used by Codegig's website do not collect personal information.
Codegig may use and publish aggregated information collected from its systems to improve its services, including monitoring to prevent security breaches and for research and development to the extent that the information does not identify individual users.
Personal information you provide to Codegig will only be used for the purpose for which it was provided or as otherwise permitted by privacy legislation. For example, if you choose to provide your name and email address when recording feedback on a webpage for the purpose of receiving a response from Codegig , the information will only be used for that purpose.
Codegig also collects cookie data for the purposes of digital marketing. If you do not wish for this to happen, please disable your cookies in your browser.
Codegig will collect more extensive information if it identifies unauthorised attempts to interfere with or compromise the security of the website or where it suspects there has been a breach of the laws of the State of Louisiana.
Codegig reserves the right to make disclosures to relevant authorities where the use of its website raises a suspicion that an offence is being or has been committed.