Privacy notice


This notice applies across all websites that we own and operate and all services we provide, including our online resources, online courses, and any other services we may offer, such as events and consulting calls. For the purpose of this notice, we’ll call them our “services.”

We use “personal data” to mean information that helps identify you, like your name, email, address, blog comments, emails to us, and so on. If the data doesn’t identify you, for example when it’s been aggregated and anonymized, then this notice doesn’t apply.

“We” means Django Labs, LLC (Cathy Moore’s business). Our headquarters are in the US but we operate around the world. Our business address is 382 NE 191st St # 52572, Miami, FL 33179.

How we collect your data

When you visit our websites or use our services, we collect personal data.

Information you give us: When you use some parts of our websites and services, we might ask you to provide personal data. For example, we ask for your contact information when you sign up to receive blog posts by email, leave a comment on one of our sites, take part in courses, and contact us with questions. If you don’t want to give us personal data, you don’t have to, but it could mean you can’t use some parts of our websites or services.

Payment information: We don’t take or transfer your payment data. Our employees and contractors never have access to it. When you pay for a product or service, you’re transferred to a secure page on the website of, a reputable provider located in the United States. That page might be branded to look like a page on our website, but it isn’t controlled by us and we can’t access your credit card details.

Information we collect automatically: We collect some information about you automatically when you visit our websites or use our services, like your IP address and device type. We might also collect information when you navigate through our websites and services, including what pages you looked at and what links you clicked. This information helps us understand how you’re using our websites and services so we can give you what you need, for example by personalising the content you see.

We collect some of this information using cookies and similar tracking technologies.

When we collect personal data from you, we’ll only process it to perform a contract with you, or where we have legitimate interests to process the personal data and they’re not overridden by your rights, or in accordance with a legal obligation, or where we have your consent.

If we don’t collect your personal data, we might not be able to give you service, and some features on our websites may not work for you.

How we use your data

We use your personal data to provide you the services you’ve requested and manage our relationship with you.

We also use your personal data for other purposes, which may include the following:
To communicate with you. This may include:

  • Giving you information you’ve requested (like blog posts or training materials) or information we’re required to send you
  • Operational notifications, such as changes to our websites and services or security updates
  • Marketing communications about our products and services that you have asked to receive. We don’t market other vendors’ products, and we don’t share your information with other vendors.
  • Asking you for feedback or to take part in research we’re conducting

To help you. This may include helping solve technical issues or other problems relating to our websites or services.

To improve our websites and services and develop new ones. For example, by tracking your use of our websites and services, we can improve them. We may also use the personal data we collect to produce aggregated and anonymized analytics and reports, which we may share publicly or with third parties. You as an individual won’t be personally identifiable.

To protect against fraud or malicious use. Tracking users helps us make sure that everyone is using our websites and services fairly and in accordance with our terms of use.

How we can share your data

There will be times when we need to share your personal data with third parties. We will only disclose your personal data to:

  • Regulators, law enforcement bodies, government agencies, courts or other third parties where we think it’s necessary to comply with laws or regulations, or to exercise, establish or defend our legal rights. Where possible and appropriate, we will notify you of this type of disclosure.
  • An actual or potential buyer of our business (and its agents and advisers)
  • Other people where we have your consent.

International data transfers

When we share data, it may be transferred to, and processed in, countries other than the country you live in, such as the United States, where our data hosting provider’s servers are located.

If you live in the European Economic Area (EEA), this means that your data may be transferred outside of the EEA. If that happens, it will only be transferred to countries that have been identified as providing adequate protection for EEA data, or where we have transfer mechanisms that protect your personal data, for example by making sure the entity is Privacy Shield certified. For more information, please contact us.

How long we keep your data

We’ll keep your personal data for as long as we have a relationship with you and for a period of time afterwards when we have an ongoing business need to retain it (such as to provide a service you’ve requested or to comply with legal, tax, or accounting requirements). After that period, we’ll make sure it’s deleted or anonymized.

Your rights

If you’d like to stop receiving marketing communications, follow the unsubscribe instructions in the communication, or contact us.

You also have the right to:

  • Know what personal data we hold about you and make sure it’s correct
  • Ask for a copy of your personal data
  • Ask us to limit processing your personal data or delete it

You can exercise these rights at any time by contacting us. We’ll try to get back to you within a reasonable time frame. You can also complain to your local data protection authority. They will be able to advise you how to submit a complaint.


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