KnobCode is committed to protecting your privacy. In order to provide an accurate response to your web design or development project, KnobCode asks only for the information necessary to work with your company. All of the information is strictly for the use of KnobCode and it will not be shared with any other third party. KnobCode uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to protect your privacy when you filled out any type of registration form or send any other information by emails.
Personal data we collect
When you filled out any type of registration form, we collect the following Personally Identifiable Information ("PII"):
- Phone Number
- Email address
- IP address
It is opted to you on making the decision whether to proceed with our request for your PII. However, if you decide not to provide the requested information, we will be unable to respond.
We hate spam just as much as you do. We will never share your information with third parties unless required to do so by law or requested by you. The information we collect from you will only be used to maintain your services with us and to represent the quality of our work to others, such as in our online portfolio.
KnobCode may disclose to authorized law enforcement personnel, PII from anyone who poses a threat. This might include those that are attempting to commit fraud or those who conduct activities that could bring harm to others. We assume that this is not you so please don’t worry.
KnobCode will not sell PII (Personally Identifiable Information) to anyone. One exception would be only in the event that KnobCode or any of its Intellectual Property is sold. In this case we would transfer PII to the buyer in order for them to continue to provide the same great KnobCode service.
We also include links on our website which lead to websites operated by other parties. Such as social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.). We provide these links because we think is a great way for us to interact with our visitors/customers. Keep in mind that we are not responsible for any other party privacy police. Now days most peoples and companies do manage to have social media profiles on their own. For that matter we don’t see any concern to have our social media profiles linked to our website.