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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy of
August 2015


Syntention.com respects the privacy of people who use it. As an organization whose only product is service, we rely on the trust we inspire in people. Our goal is to collect only the information necessary to allow us to perform the service we are clearly engaged in. We will only use personal or corporate information for the purposes we have told you about, or which are self-evident, and to which you have expressly or implicitly agreed. ("Implicit" agreement is given when a person's behavior makes it clear they agree. For example, when someone types a searchword into an internet search engine, they implicitly agree to be shown the results of the search they just initiated.)

We ask for your personal information so we can:

  • Make your subsequent visits as efficient as most people demand. For example, we won't have to ask you for your name or email each time you use the website.
  • Contact you ourselves. We will not send you marketing emails or materials. We might send you, for example, updates about Missions you've shown an interest in, or ask for feedback about our service.
  • In order to understand how we're doing world-wide, we use Google Analytics to aggregate non-personal, non-identifying data. We place a cookie on your computer so that Google Analytics will work. Google is very clear and stern about not collecting personally identifying information. Here is the relevant section of Google Analytics's Terms of Service, which Syntention abides by:
    • 7. PRIVACY . You [meaning Syntention] will not (and will not allow any third party to) use the Service to track or collect personally identifiable information of Internet users, nor will You (or will You allow any third party to) associate any data gathered from Your website(s) (or such third party website(s)) with any personally identifying information from any source as part of Your use (or such third party use) of the Service. You will have and abide by an appropriate privacy policy and will comply with all applicable laws relating to the collection of information from visitors to Your websites. You must post a privacy policy and that policy must provide notice of your use of a cookie that collects anonymous traffic data.
  • Here is Google's wording about the Ads it places on Syntention. Pretty straightforward and normal:

    "Google advertising cookies:
    AdSense publishers (Syntention) must have and abide by a privacy policy (Voila!) that discloses that third parties may be placing and reading cookies on your users' browsers, or using web beacons to collect information as a result of ad serving on their website."


Syntention.com will not sell, lend, barter, or otherwise engage in the dissemination of your or anyone's personal or corporate information beyond what is clearly intended by the website and by your use of the website. As with other types of businesses, it is impossible for your information to be kept completely private. Government agencies (courts, law enforcement agencies, etc.) occasionally have the power to require the disclosure of information. Although Syntention.com data is secure, protected by appropriate Security Certificate(s) and other means, information can be intercepted by third parties, either by accident or on purpose. As well, information can be lost despite everyone's best diligence. Fortunately, in many jurisdictions, simple accident is no longer an excuse for losing personal information, and there are penalties for allowing such an occurrence. Please consider these facts as you interact with our or any business, internet-based or not. Syntention.com will endeavor to safeguard all personal and corporate information entrusted to it.

What Syntention.com does not use your personal or corporate information for:

  • Marketing to you of anything other than Syntention.com's core processes;
  • Showing you special offers from other organizations or companies;
  • Any attempt to generate additional revenue from you, beyond our core processes, which are obvious.

Syntention.com is not interested in generating revenue except in full view of the people who use Syntention.com. We are only interested in providing our core services to you as best we can.

By using our website, you signify your consent to the contents of this Privacy Policy. If you do not agree with the contents of this Privacy Policy, or to our collection, use, disclosure and management of your personal information as described in this Privacy Policy, you should not use our website. When you provide us with personal information on our website, we will assume your consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information according to the contents of this Privacy Policy. You can ask for access to your personal information by contacting our Privacy Manager at service@Syntention.com. We may decline such a request if it asks us to include information about anyone else, or if the request is frivolous, or if it asks us to put our company at unreasonable risk of harm. If we were ever to deny such a request, we would tell you why and you would have the option to respond.

Your information is not kept beyond the date necessary for us to perform the activities described herein, with the exception that some data will not be purged because of the technical problems involved in doing so. This is normal and if we can't get at some data, it is unlikely anyone else could in any meaningful way. Nevertheless, anyone who uses an internet-enabled computer for any purpose should be aware of the enduring nature of electronic data.

This policy is updated from time to time. The date this version came into force appears above.

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