Your privacy is important to us. It is Labcodes’ policy to respect your privacy in regards to any information that we may collect through Labcodes’ site.

We request personal information only when we really need it to provide a service. We do it through fair and legal means, with your knowledge and consent. We also inform you of the reason behind why we are collecting the data and how it will be used.

We keep the collected information in order to understand the demand and meet it, as well as to measure our treatment.

When we store data, we protect them within the commercially acceptable means to avoid loss and theft, as well as access, disclosure, copy, use, or unauthorized modification. We don’t share personal identification information publicly or with third parties, except when demanded by the law.

Our site may contain links to external sites that are not operated by us. Be aware that we have no control over the content and policies of these sites and we cannot accept responsibility for their respective privacy policies.

You are free to deny our request for personal information, understanding that it may entail a less personalized treatment.

The continuous use of our site will be considered as an acceptance of our policies regarding privacy and personal information. If you have any questions regarding the way we use user data and personal information, contact us.

As it is common practice throughout the internet, this site uses cookies, small files that are created by visited sites and that are saved on the user’s computer, through the browser. These files have information that is used to identify the visitor, be it to customize the page according to the profile or to facilitate data transportation from pages of the same within the same site. This page describes which informations they collect, how we use them, and why we need to, sometimes, store these cookies.

We also share with you how to prevent these cookies from being stored, however, this may downgrade or even “break” certain features of the site.

It is recommended that you accept all the cookies if you’re not sure if you need them or not, in case they are used to provide a service you use.

Labcodes doesn’t use proprietary cookies, but we use third-party cookies.

This site uses Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, Linkedin Insight Tag, Disqus, Mailchimp, MixPanel, Hotjar, VWO.

Google Analytics, which is one of the most broadly used and well-known analytic solution on the Web, to help us understand how you use the site and how we can improve your experience. This cookie can track items like how long do you spend on the site and visited pages so we can continue to produce appealing content.

For more information on the cookies of Google Analytics, check the official Google Analytics page.

Disqus is one of the most widespread platforms of comments posting for sites and blogs. It allows interactions between people and the article’s author. Their cookies ensure that the user is recognized automatically, in case the user is already registered in the platform.

For more information on the cookies of Disqus, check the official Disqus page.

Facebook Pixel is an analytics tool that Facebook makes available to help measure the success of a sponsored campaign through a code inserted in each page of your site. Pixel allows interaction with our audience through sponsored posts on our social media.

For more information on the cookies of Facebook Pixel, check the official Facebook Pixel page.

Linkedin Insight Tag is an analytics tool that LinkedIn makes available to help measure the success of a sponsored campaign through a code inserted in each page of your site. Tag allows interaction with our audience through sponsored posts on our social media.

For more information on the cookies of Linkedin Insight Tag, check the official Linkedin Insight Tag page.

Mailchimp is an American platform of automated marketing and email services. We use it to send our biweekly bulletin. The information collected by the platform is names and emails.

For more information on the cookies of Mailchimp, check the official Mailchimp page.

MixPanel is a real-time analytics platform that helps companies measure and optimize user engagement. Their cookies are used to collect data about how you use our website. We use this information to understand your interests and to create a better user experience on our website.

For more information on the cookies of MixPanel, check the official MixPanel page.

Hotjar is a product experience insights platform that gives you behavior analytics and feedback data to help you empathize with and understand your customers. It allows you to visualize and map how users engage with your site with interactive heatmaps of their clicks and actions, recordings of their sessions, gathering of their feedback, and more.

For more information on the cookies of Hotjar, check the official Hotjar page.

VWO (Visual Website Optimizer) is a conversion optimization suite, that offers an array of tools. We use it for A/B testing, heatmaps, surveys, session recordings, and more, to improve our website's usage.

For more information on the cookies of VWO, check the official VWO page.

When we are still testing new features, these cookies may be used to guarantee that you get a consistent experience during the navigation on our site while we figure out which optimizations our users appreciate the most.

As we sell our services, it is important to understand how many visitors actually sign contracts with us, and this is the kind of data that these cookies will track. For you, this is important because we can make more accurate business predictions that allow us to assess our investments in advertising and services in order to guarantee the best price.

You can prevent the configuration of cookies for all sites or just a specific one by adjusting the preferences on your browser (go on Help on your browser to understand how to do this). Be aware that deactivating cookies affects the features of the sites you visit.

Deactivating cookies will usually result in the deactivation of specific features and resources of this site. So it is recommended that you do not deactivate the cookies.

We hope to have clarified any possible doubts and, as mentioned before, if there is anything that you’re not entirely sure if you need it or not, we recommend that you activate the cookies, as it may interact with one of the features on our site.

This policy is effective starting October/2020.