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Should I require Codeable to sign an NDA before sharing the project details?
Should I require Codeable to sign an NDA before sharing the project details?

Codeable & Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)

Updated over a week ago

Codeable Aps and their experts do not sign NDAs with clients. Confidentiality is one of the highest priorities of any business. On Codeable, we want you to be confident that your data is safe with us. This is why we have a confidentiality clause and built-in NDA in our Terms and Conditions.

All of our experts accept the Terms and Conditions when they work for us, so they are automatically subject to the NDA that is included in there.

Your project posting on Codeable is private to only our vetted experts that we trust and who would never do anything to hurt your website or company which would, in turn, hurt them as well. They have all gone through a thorough onboarding process before joining the Codeable platform, and their professionalism is guaranteed.

For your convenience, we have attached the confidentiality paragraph that you can read to be assured that we take this matter very seriously.

It is Codeable's stance that our built-in NDA is sufficient to cover all non-disclosure requests, and requests to sign supplemental NDA requests will most likely be declined.

4.17. Confidentiality

  1. 4.17.1. The Client and Codeable shall keep confidential any information received concerning Codeable’s, the Client’s and an Expert’s business, including the Codeable Platform, the Project and the Services (“Confidential Information“).

  2. 4.17.2. In addition, the Client and Codeable undertake to impose a similar duty of confidentiality on employees, independent contractors and persons otherwise engaged by the Client and Codeable, respectively, who participate in the Projects.

  3. 4.17.3. The Client and Codeable further undertake not to use or disclose Confidential Information after expiry of a Project. The duty of confidentiality shall apply as long as such information constitutes Confidential Information.

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