|TABLE OF CONTENT|
|1||Type of information we collect|
|3||How we use the information|
|5||Publicly Accessible Information|
|6||Sensitive Personal Data|
Type of Information We Collect:
Information that you willingly provide to the website: We may collect your personal information in the way of your name and email address. For instance, you can submit your information to the website by your own choice by commenting, taking a newsletter subscription, or using a contact form submission.
Information acquired automatically: We may collect certain information automatically about you and the device with which you access the website. For instance, while using the website, we will access your IP address, browser type, operating system type, referring website, your viewed pages, and when you accessed the website, including the date and time. In addition, we might keep track of things you do on the website, like links you click.
We may access the information using cookies. Cookies are something that is small data files stored on your browser through the website. We may use both types of cookies. i.e., the one which expires right after closing the browser and the other one with persistent cookies which remain in your browser till you don’t delete it.
In What Ways, We May Use Your Information
The following are some potential use of the information we collect:
- For operating and managing the website.
- For sending you promotional information like a newsletter.
- For sending you emails like administrative emails, technical notices confirmation emails, policy updates, and security alerts.
- For responding to your feedback and questions.
- For delivering your user support.
- For tracking and measuring the advertisement on the website.
- For defending, investigating, and deterring illegal or unauthorized activities.
We may use anonymous data as well, which neither identifies you alone nor with combined data from other parties. We may be provided with this kind of anonymous data to third parties for advertisement, marketing, and other uses. Analytics or cookie-based information are examples of anonymous data.
Publicly Accessible Information:
If you comment on the website, some specific information may be visible to the public, like your name and any site you choose to connect to. However, your email will not be accessible to the public. You are also allowed to link your social media accounts, such as Facebook and Instagram. Other users may view your username, image, profile description, and other details in such circumstances.
Sensitive Personal Data: