Full Stack Studio Privacy Policy

Last updated on December 21st, 2019


Full Stack Studio is firmly committed to protecting the confidentiality and privacy of its website users. You should understand what we do with any personal information that we collect while you use our site. Our Privacy Policy discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices.


In general, using our site as a site visitor may be considered anonymous: we do not engage in any activity that will personally identify our site visitors. We use your IP address, which is a unique number for each device connected to the internet, to help administer our website, diagnose problems with our server and to refine our site based on the features people use more. It’s also used to help identifying you and to gather broad demographic information.


Using fullstacksudio.co does not require registration of any kind other than voluntary registration for email subscriptions and services. The personal data collected will be solely used by Full Stack Studio for a one-on-one contact with the registrants. It would not be sold to anyone outside, third party. Any information that we collect or store can be transferred to a future purchaser of our firm and/or our assets. While we take reasonable measures to protect the collected data against unauthorized access, we shall not be held guilty and liable for any breach of security and data loss by an outside party.


A “cookie” is a small piece of data that can be used for an array of reasons. A website can send a cookie to your browser, which may then be stored on your system. Currently, we don’t use cookies in any of the pages. But, we may use it in near future to know about the preferences of our website visitors and about the services they choose to enquire about. This way, we would be able to serve you better, whenever you return to our website. Although, you have the option to tweak your browser’s setting to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it or not. We sometimes collect anonymous information from visits to our website. This anonymous information is referred to as “click stream data”. We might use this data to analyze trends and statistics, and to provide you with a better, refined service.


This website might contain links to other websites. Full Stack Studio is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content on any such website, nor do we take any responsibility for the opinions of third parties expressed on or through our website.


The users of this website have the option for removing their information from our database, and to not receive any future communication: send us an email at fullstackstudio.co@gmail.com if you want your personal data removed from our database.


The users of this website have the following option to change and modify information they previously provided us with: Write us an email to fullstackstudio.co@gmail.com to request for any information update. Full Stack Studio reserves the right to modify or update its Privacy Policy, at any time, without any prior notice. So, we encourage you to review this policy from time to time.

Contacting the Website

Any questions regarding the privacy policy, our online practices, or your dealings with this Web site, you can contact us at: fullstackstudio.co@gmail.com