Effective Date: December 20, 2017
The Frameplicity Site ("Frameplicity," "Site," "Our," or "We") helps programmers learn a web development framework ("Frameplicity Service" or "Service") that was created by Scott Schwarz, ("Owner," "Schwarz" or "Frameplicity").
The Site does not collect personally identifying information.
The Site collects non-personally-identifying information that web browsers and servers typically make available. This information may include, and is not limited to, your browser type, IP address, language preference, referring site, location information, cookie information, and the date and time of every request your browser makes to the server where the Site is hosted. Our purpose in collecting non-personally identifying information is to understand how the Site's users use the Services and for Us to use such an understanding to improve the Site.
The Site uses third party services to understand how the Site's users use the Services. These parties may collect non-personally-identifying information from your web browser when you make a web page request.
Ownership and Control of User Content
If users choose to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) to control the access, security, storage and disclosure of their user content, then sections (i),(ii),(iii),(iv), (v) and (vi) below apply.
(i) AWS Access: Customers manage access to their customer content and AWS services and resources. AWS provides an advanced set of access, encryption, and logging features to help you do this effectively. We do not access or use user content for any purpose without the user's consent.
(ii) AWS Security Assurance: AWS has developed a security assurance program using global privacy and data protection best practices in order to help users establish, operate and leverage a security controlled environment. These security protections and control processes are independently validated by multiple third-party independent assessments.
(iii) AWS Access Control: Access control is a security technique that can be used to regulate who or what can view or use resources in a computing environment. AWS enables users to share their own computing environment with other users. From time to time, Frameplicity may offer users help in completing their learning activities. To this end, users may choose to allow Frameplicity, via AWS, to access content that is stored in their computing environment. Frameplicity will never attempt to or access such content without the user authorizing access. Frameplicity does not store network authentication and each instance is deleted when no longer needed for an individual session.
(iv) AWS Storage: Users choose the region(s) in which their user content will be stored. We will not move or replicate user content outside of the user's chosen region(s) without the user's consent.
(v) AWS Security: Users choose how their user content is secured. AWS offer our users strong encryption for user content in transit or at rest, and provide users with the option to manage their own encryption keys.
(vi) AWS Disclosure of User Content: We do not disclose user content unless we're required to do so to comply with the law or a valid and binding order of a governmental or regulatory body. Unless prohibited from doing so or there is clear indication of illegal conduct in connection with the use of Amazon products or services, Amazon notifies users before disclosing user content so they can seek protection from disclosure.
You may choose to contact the Owner via email at email@example.com. If you choose to do so, the Owner may reply to your email message.