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Southbank Software collects metric to track the installations of dbKoda. We do this to assess the popularity of the product and assess the popularity of product features. If you consent to this program we will transmit these metrics via Google Analytics.
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We do not collect any information from the MongoDB databases that you might use with dbKoda. We do take note of the number of MongoDB databases you use with dbKoda and whether these databases are part of a replica set or sharded cluster but never transmit any information about the contents, schema of those databases or the database commands that you may issue.
We do collect information about which dbKoda features you use, and how often you use dbKoda.
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If you opt out, we send a one time message to our servers recording the decline. We do this so that we can calibrate statistics collected from the entire user population. No personal or identifying information is sent with the decline message. It is used solely to increment a counter of the number of opt-outs.