Code Resource Ltd, is the owner of the website and is responsible for the processing of users’ personal data. Code Resource Ltd appreciates your visit and interest in our company, products, and services. We value the importance of protecting your privacy and personal data. To ensure transparency and security, our privacy statement as detailed below will inform you about the nature, scope, and purpose of the personal data that we process.

This Privacy Notice explains how we may use, process and store your personal information as a User of the website. We will receive that information from you with your permission and consent, or we may receive your personal information from third parties who you have given consent to pass this information on to us.

Code Resource Ltd informs all users that their personal data will be treated in accordance with REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (“GDPR”).

We reserve the right to update this privacy policy at any time without prior notice. We will process data in accordance to the privacy policy that you have consented to at the time of your consent. Upon a change in policy, we will alert you with a conspicuous website banner notice; your continued use of the website and/or its services will constitute your consent to the updated policy. Use the “Last Updated” date in this policy to determine when it was last changed.

1. Purposes of data processing

Code Resource Ltd processes personal data to maintain a commercial relationship with the User via:

Sending of commercial advertising communications by email, fax, SMS, MMS, social communities or any other electronic or physical means, present or future, which make commercial communications possible.

Code Resource Ltd may process your information because:

  • We have a contract with you
  • You have given us permission to do so via a web form or otherwise
  • We must provide services to you after you have purchased something from us
  • Information you give us
  • You may give us personal information by
  • Filling out a form on our website or sending us an e-mail
  • Subscribing to our newsletter
  • Applying for a job at Code Resource Ltd
Information we collect about you

If you visit our website, we may automatically collect information about you, for example:

  • Technical information
  • IP addresses
  • Information about what type of device you use to connect to our website
  • How you interact with our website
  • Information we receive from other sources

We work with third parties (including, for example, business partners, advertising networks, analytics providers, search information providers,) and may receive information about you from them as part of the service we provide you.

Data retention criteria

Data shall be retained as long as there is a mutual interest and, when no longer necessary for that purpose, data will be deleted in accordance with security measures to ensure the total destruction of the data.

Communication of data

Data will not be communicated to third parties unless we are legally obliged to do so.

Users’ rights

Users have the right to:

  • Withdraw consent at any time
  • The access, rectification, portability and deletion of your data, and to the limitation or opposition to the treatment of your data.
  • The right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority ( if you consider that the treatment does not comply with the regulations in force.
  • You may request the deletion, rectification or withdraw consent, or changes to your information, at any time by contacting us at info@dateskenya or sending an email to:

CODE RESOURCE LTD – Email: info@dateskenya

2. Compulsory or optional nature of the information provided by the user

When marking of the corresponding boxes and entering data into fields marked with an asterisk (*) on any form on this website, users expressly, freely and unequivocally accept that processing your data is necessary for Code Resource Ltd to meet your request. Any data not marked with an asterisk (*) is not obligatory. The User guarantees that the personal data provided to Code Resource Ltd is true and correct and is responsible for communicating any changes to the data provided.

Code Resource Ltd informs and expressly guarantees Users that their personal data will not be used for any other purpose. It will in no case be given to third parties, and that should a transfer of data be made, Code Resource Ltd the express informed and unequivocal consent of the Users will be requested beforehand. All data requested through the website is necessary, as it is required in order to provide optimal service to the User. In the event that not all the requested data is provided, there is no guarantee that the information and services provided will be completely adjusted to your needs.

3. Safety precautions

In accordance with the provisions of the current regulations on the protection of personal data, Code Resource Ltd is complying with all the provisions of the GDPR regulations for the processing of the personal data for the company is responsible, and clearly following the principles described in article 5 of the GDPR, by which data is processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner in relation to the data subject and is appropriate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed.

Code Resource Ltd guarantees that it has implemented appropriate technical and organizational policies to comply with the security measures established by the GDPR in order to protect the rights and freedoms of Users and has communicated the necessary information to them.

4. Cookies and Tracking Pixels on Visit

When you visit our website, our system automatically collects information about your visit, such as your browser type, your IP address, and the referring website.

This collection may be done in conjunction with our vendors and partners (see data processors list below). We may receive from them general demographic or usage data of our site visitors. We do not use automatically collected information to identify you personally without collecting additional consent.

Such information is typically collected using web cookies, web or email pixels (also known as beacons), embedded hyperlinks, and similar tools. Popular browsers can generally be set to disable or delete individual cookies. See below for the types of cookies we use and their respective purposes.

Functional Cookies: allow us to analyze your website usage so we can offer you a more personalized experience.

Advertising Cookies: allow us to better assess the effectiveness of our content marketing and advertising efforts. These cookies are provided by our third-party partners to analyze and track site visit and signups stemming from advertising. We do not share your personal information (such as name or email) to third-party providers outside of site visit data collected directly by such Advertising Cookies, though your site visit data may be linked with other personal information collected elsewhere by such third-party providers. Such external data processing is governed by the privacy policies of these third-party providers.
See below for descriptions about the cookies used on our websites and how you can opt out from them.

Google Analytics (Functional Cookies): Our website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google, Inc. (“Google”). Learn more from their Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Opt-out: Download the browser plugin “Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on” here.

Google AdWords (Advertising Cookies): Our website uses Google AdWords Conversion Tracking cookie to measure and optimize the performance and user experience related to our ads in Google Search or selected Google Display Network sites. Learn more about Google’s privacy policy here.

Opt-out: Visiting Google’s Ads Settings.

Facebook Ads: Our website uses Facebook ads to show visitors products of interest to them when visiting other websites. Learn more from their Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Opt-out: Visit Facebook’s help page for information on how to opt out.

3. Categories of Personal Data

Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.

Code Resource Ltd collects, processes, or uses the following personal data, if you provide it to us:

  • Name, email, phone, address, job title, company, products of Code Resource Ltd in use
  • Other data that you have provided while contacting us, especially using the contact, download, or signup forms on our website,
  • Data that you have sent to us through an online survey or job application.
  • For marketing purposes and to improve our websites and services, we also collect data sent by your web browser, e.g., information about your browser, your IP address, and your operating system.
4. Data recipients

We do not sell or rent your personal information to third-parties. We do not share your personal information, except as provided in this Privacy Policy.

We use third-party data processors to process personal data on our behalf. Such service providers support Code Resource Ltd, especially relating to hosting and operating the websites, marketing, analytics, improving the websites, and sending email newsletters. These processors may be located outside the European Union.

Our website may also include social media features (e.g., share or like buttons). Such features are provided by third-party social media platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook. Where data is collected this way, its processing is governed by the privacy policy of the respective social media platforms.

Our content may link to third party websites to provide relevant references. We are not responsible for such external content, which may contain separate privacy policies and data processing disclosures.

We may disclose your personal information if required by law, regulation, or other legal subpoena or warrant. We may also disclose your personal information to a regulatory or law enforcement agency if we believe it to be necessary to protect the rights, property, or personal safety of Code Resource Ltd, its customers or any third party.

5. GDPR privacy notice best practices

Privacy notices should avoid using qualifiers such as “may,” “might,” “some,” “often,” etc. as they are purposefully vague. The writing should be in the active tense and sentences and paragraphs should be well structured, using bullets to highlight specific points of note. Avoid unnecessarily legalistic and technical terminology.

According to the European Commission’s GDPR guidelines, the phrases below are not sufficiently clear as to the purposes of processing. (We took these examples directly from the document.)

  • “We may use your personal data to develop new services” (as it is unclear what the “services” are or how the data will help develop them)
  • “We may use your personal data for research purposes” (as it is unclear what kind of “research” this refers to)
  • “We may use your personal data to offer personalized services” (as it is unclear what the “personalization” entails)

On the other hand, these kinds of phrases are much better:

  • “We will retain your shopping history and use details of the products you have previously purchased to make suggestions to you for other products which we believe you will also be interested in” (it is clear that what types of data will be processed, that the data subject will be subject to targeted advertisements for products and that their data will be used to enable this)
  • “We will retain and evaluate information on your recent visits to our website and how you move around different sections of our website for analytics purposes to understand how people use our website so that we can make it more intuitive” (it is clear what type of data will be processed and the type of analysis which the controller is going to undertake)
  • “We will keep a record of the articles on our website that you have clicked on and use that information to target advertising on this website to you that is relevant to your interests, which we have identified based on articles you have read” (it is clear what the personalization entails and how the interests attributed to the data subject have been identified)
6. GDPR privacy notice template

Here we have provided a sample privacy notice template for a website that collects personal data directly from individuals. It contains all the necessary information in a clean, easy-to-digest format. You should modify the contents depending on whether this is a privacy policy for your website or a privacy notice about some other data processing activity.

7. Electronic communications


If you have given us your email for purposes of communication or promotion, we will use your data to contact you or send promotional emails relating to your interests. You may revoke your consent to being contacted by email for promotional purposes any time, by clicking on an unsubscribe link or replying directly stating your wish to unsubscribe.

Further, with your consent, we may make use of email tracking technology to obtain data on if you open an email or if you click on links in an email. This data will be used only in automated ways to help improve future marketing messaging and/or to prioritize follow ups based on perceived communications relevance.

Without your consent, we will not make use of personal data unique to you, such as your IP address, your device or browser information.


If you have asked to receive notifications via WhatsApp as part of our broadcast group, we will send you occasional communications to the phone number you have provided. You may revoke your subscription at any time by sending us a message with “UNSUBSCRIBE” to info@localhost.

8. Technical and Organizational Data Protection

Code Resource Ltd implements commercially reasonable technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against abuse and loss. We store such data in secure environments. We provide training to our employees on data protection best practices and require them to enter into a confidentiality agreement.

9. Rights and Contact Info

Upon request, our Data Protection Officer will provide you with information as to whether and what personal data we store in relation to you. Should your personal data be incorrect, you may have it rectified. You may also revoke your consent to use your personal data in the future, in whole or in parts, or request deletion of your personal data.