Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The privacy of our visitors is CodeWeek’s top most priority and we take every possible measure to protect it. CodeWeek’s visitors’ private policy covers the collection, use and disclosure of personal information. Please take a moment to read the following in order to learn more about our information practices, as to how we gather personal information, where we use it, and how we safeguard it.

Personal Information

We collect personal information which you choose to provide us, such as your name and email address. This helps us in providing our subscribers with superior level of services. It enables our Team to inform you about the latest developments, updates, events or changes which might be of great interest to you. We may also ask you for your personal information when you comment in order to interact with other visitors. If you wish to comment on our website, be aware that whatever you write will be first approved by the moderator, and then it will be visible to others visiting CodeWeek.


We send our subscribers, ‘Newsletter’ every week. We often send our visitors emails which contain click through URL, which brings you to our website. These clicks are tracked. This tracking enables us to determine interest in particular topics and measures the effectiveness of our visitors’ communication. If you do not prefer to be tracked, then please avoid clicking links in the Newsletter.

Usage of Personal Information

The information you provide us can be used for editorial purposes. We can contact you for on-line survey, manage your account or update your account status. We take precautions to the utmost level and protect your personal information against misuse, unauthorized access and alteration. CodeWeek, as mentioned earlier is very particular about your privacy thus we do not send your information to unauthorized persons for marketing.

CodeWeek takes help from other third party and other technologies in order to view the traffic on the website. In order to know about the most visited pages, how much time a visitor spends on a certain page and average time spent on the website. We also track, through other technologies, our on-line advertising in order to know about the visitors on our website.

We like to assure you that CodeWeek follows its privacy policy very seriously, and every reasonable step is taken to protect it. We need your cooperation and support in this regards.

We thank you.



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Khalid Usman September 29, 2010 at 3:40 AM

good effort to collect Pakistani Programmers

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