Privacy Policy

Reflect Code Technologies Pvt. Ltd. hence forth referred to as ‘ReflectCode’, respects and recognizes your right to confidentiality and is committed to protecting the privacy of the visitors to its website ReflectCode is the sole owner of the information collected on http://www. ReflectCode will not give, rent, loan, or sell any personal identifiable information to any other third party, unless legally required to do so.

The information volunteered by you, the visitor will be dealt with utmost confidentiality and will be used for the specific purpose it is provided for. The information and the contact details provided would not be shared, rented or sold to any third party. However ReflectCode retains the right to contact the person who has submitted the information at any time unless otherwise specified.

We may send emails to you at the email id given by you. We respect your privacy and in the event that you choose to not receive such emails, we will take all steps to remove you from our list.
This Privacy Policy relates only to (our “Website”) and our company, not to any third party site or service linked to our Website or recommended or referred by us or through our Website.

This website collects any data you give us on our contact forms. It also collects data about use of the website, including through cookies. This Privacy Policy lists the data Reflect Code Technologies Pvt. Ltd. hence forth referred to as ‘ReflectCode’, collects at this site and lists our policies and procedures related to that data. 

A. ‘ReflectCode’ does collect first name, last name, email address on one of its contact form. We use your personal data to reply to messages you send us through our contact forms. Also, if you send us a contact form or subscribe to our blog, we’ll put your name and e-mail address on our notices list, so that you get e-mail notice of future blog posts and announcements. (You can unsubscribe when you receive one of those announcements.)
This Website may collect data on how our website is used: number of page visits and duration, type of browser, etc. This “usage data” may include personal data, like your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address. We use information gained through cookies to compile statistical information about use of our Website, such as the pages users visit most often. 

Some of this usage data comes through “cookies.” You can set up most browsers to refuse all cookies or to notify you of any cookies you receive. But if you don’t accept cookies, you won’t be able to make as efficient use of our Website.
As noted above, we compile Website usage statistics from data collected through cookies. We may publish those statistics or share them with third parties, but they don’t include personal data.

B. Do Not Track Notice
Do Not Track (“DNT”) is a setting in a web browser that directs websites not to track your behavior. You can activate the DNT settings through most browsers. We do not track users across third party Websites, so we don’t respond to DNT signals.

C. Retention of Personal Data
We retain your personal data so long as it serves the purposes listed in this Privacy Policy, including to send you blog post notices and other general messages (unless you’ve unsubscribed), to collect and monitor traffic and other usage statistics at our Website, and to comply with our legal obligations.

D. Transfer of Personal Data
We may store or process your data outside your location (city, province, state, or country) through one of our contractors (described below). So your personal data may be stored in a country that operates under privacy and data protection laws different from those of your home jurisdiction.

E. Contractor and Other Third Party Access to Personal Data
We give certain independent contractors access to data we collect, including personal data. Those help with hosting and storage of this Website, tracking Website use, and marketing to and communications with Website users. All those contractors are required to promise to keep personal data confidential and to use it only as we instruct.

We also may disclose personal data to attorneys or law enforcement authorities to address contract violations or illegal behaviour. And we disclose any information demanded in a court order or otherwise required by law or to prevent harm to persons or property. Finally, we may share personal data in connection with a corporate transaction, like a merger or sale of our company, the sale of most of our assets, or a bankruptcy.

Our website is hosted on GitHub pages system. For more information about privacy policy of GutHub please visit

Our website is build using Mobirise website builder. For more information about privacy policy of Mobirise, please visit 

We use Mailchimp, which sends bulk e-mails for us. For information on Mailchimp’s use of personal data, please visit the Mailchimp Privacy Policy web page

Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to tracks and reports website traffic. Google uses the data collected to track and monitor the use of our Website. This data is shared with other Google services. Google may use the collected data to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network. You can opt-out of Google Analytics tracking by installing the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. The add-on prevents the Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) from sharing information with Google Analytics about visits activity. For more information on the privacy practices of Google, please visit the Google Privacy Terms web page 

We are not responsible for the conduct of GitHub, Mobirise, or Google, or Mailchimp

Revised/updated: August 15, 2019