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We do not share or provide any of this information to third parties and we do not use this information in any commercial way.
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If you use our online services to encode or decode mapcodes (including using the interactive map on mapcode.com and using the mobile phone app Mapcode Finder), the coordinates and mapcodes that were being used the service calls will be collected and stored.
Usage of the data
This information is used to identify issues with the encoding/decoding service and to improve our services, based on typical usage data. It is not shared with any other parties and it is not being used in any commercial way.
Encryption and access
During data transfer, the information is transferred encrypted using SSL. The stored data is protected by regular access rights management to its storage location. Access to this location is only allowed for data analysts from the Mapcode Foundation. The data is retained for a period of 12 months.
Avoiding data collection
Should you wish to not share any such data through the use of our services, then we recommend you to use the SDK libraries for development languages at posted at Github (see here), or host and run the encode/decode web service yourself. These development SDKs do not collect or store online any location or mapcode data.