Privacy Policy

Ventura Tools is the personal website of Frank Th. van de Ven.

I am committed to protecting your privacy. I do not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others. This website is structured so that you can visit and download software without identifying yourself or revealing any personal information.

If you choose to provide personally identifiable information (any information by which you can be identified), you can be assured that it will only be used to support your customer relationship with me.

Mailing List

I occasionally email persons on the mailing list when I have something new to tell. This list will never be sold, traded, or rented to others. You can request removal from this list by clicking on the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of the Email you received from me.

Disclosure to Outside Parties

I do not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others. I may provide aggregate statistics about customers, sales, traffic patterns, and related site information to reputable third-parties, but these statistics will include no personally identifying information. I may release account information to (a) comply with law, (b) enforce or apply the terms of any of my user agreements or (c) protect the rights, property or safety of myself, users, or others.

Your Consent

By using this website, you consent to the collection and use of this information by me. If I decide to change the privacy policy, I will post those changes on this page so that you are always aware of what information I collect, how I use it, and under what circumstances I disclose it. Regardless of any changes I make to this privacy policy, I will always use your personal information in accordance with the version of the policy in place at the time you provided your information, unless you give your express consent for me to do otherwise.

Ventura UWP Demo

The "Ventura UWP Demo" application in the Windows Store does not store or collect any personal information.

Ventura SQL Studio

Ventura SQL Studio is the program used to define recordsets and generate source code. Upon program startup, it will contact the website and check if there is a program update available. The request transmitted to the server contains a) The program version number, b) The product key (if any) used to activate the program, c) A 16-byte machine hash that is unique to the computer. This information is stored in my database. I use this information to create usage statistics, and detect license abuse. A purchased product key is linked to a person name and/or a company name.