Privacy Policy

There may be references to links or advertisements on external third-party websites and other third-party content (collectively with the Website: the “Services”) on our Website. After clicking on one of these links, you’ll be taken to a third-party website with its own set of privacy (and cookies) policies, which you should review before providing any personal information to the site owner.

There is a reference to the Terms of Service in the Privacy Policy, and it is a part of those Terms.

Types of data that have been collected

No one can identify you without this information.

Only non-identifiable and non-personal information about an individual may be collected through the use of the Services (“Non-Personal Information”).

We may collect Non-personal Information from your device in addition to any personal information you provide. For visitors in the European Economic Area, this may include your anonymized IP address, which is derived from third-party tracking cookies, as well as certain software and hardware information, such as the type of browser and operating system your device uses, language, and preference for access times to the Website’s domain name from which you have accessed the Service.

We may also collect information about your use of the Services and engagement on the Website to improve the functionality of those services.

Cookie Principles

This website utilizes cookies to identify you from other users and keep track of your preferences. Thus, we can provide you with a good online navigation experience and also assist us in making changes to our website.

A “cookie” is a small piece of data that is assigned to your device when you view a website. These cookies help you navigate between pages more quickly, activate features automatically, and remember your preferences. They also make it easier for you to interact with our Services because they speed up the interaction between you and our Services.

The following section contains information on the cookies we use on our website and the reasons we use them:

Session cookies are cookies that are only saved for the duration of a browsing session before being erased. Cookies that are fundamentally required for the operation of our website are used by it. If you disable these, your experience on our Website may be diminished.

The third-party service providers, such as online traffic analytics firms, that monitor and analyze your interaction with our Website for data analytics reasons may use persistent cookies. Following the cookies rules of such third-party service providers, these kinds of cookies are generally kept for longer durations (about 8months) (which we have no control over).

These cookies come under the following categories:

Analytical/performance cookies – These are cookies that gather anonymous visitor data. They enable us to monitor how users travel across the Website and assist to ensure visitors can get what they are searching for easily.

Functionality cookies – These sorts of cookies are important when we need to identify you in the case of repeated visits, since it allows us, for example, to save your preferences for the next visit; and

Targeting cookies – These cookies assist to make our Website more relevant to your interests as they track the pages you click on and the links you visit.

By continuing to use and explore our Website, you accept the use of cookies and other tracking technologies as defined in this Privacy Policy. It is crucial to remember that cookies do not include any information by which you may be recognized as a person.

You may deactivate cookies by changing the settings on your internet browser which enables you to turn off the setting of all or certain cookies. However, it is essential to remember that certain elements of the Website and Services may not work correctly and the entire online experience may become limited if you opt to disable all cookies.

Links to additional services and websites

Different websites to which we may send you via hyperlinks may have their privacy policies and use other tracking technologies that are not covered by this policy. These third-party websites are not under our control. Before providing any personal data to any of these websites, we recommend that you carefully examine their privacy policies if you follow a link from this one. We disclaim all responsibility for the policies of any third-party websites linked to this one. As a result, you agree to assume all risks associated with visiting any third-party websites to which we direct you.

Please note that our Privacy Policy will not apply if you provide any of your personal information to a third-party site that is linked to our website or that uses our services.

Using what you’ve taught me

This Privacy Policy stipulates that the information we gather from you will also be used for the following objectives in addition to those already mentioned:

The safety and security of our website is maintained

Finding out if the information you’ve been shown has any significance at all;

Perform research or analytics to improve and customize our services.

Non-Personal Information, including aggregated or de-identified data, may be disclosed to comply with relevant laws, rules, and other governmental authority requirements, as well as to comply with any order from a court of competent jurisdiction or equivalent legal process.

Disclosing your data

Information that has been anonymized by us may be shared as follows:

Providers of services and other people

Certain trusted business partners and third-party service providers may be given access to your anonymized data by the Company so they may execute their tasks and process data on our behalf, including

Conveying promotional and informative messages; Conducting research, technological diagnostics, or analytics.

Any such transfer of anonymized user data to third parties shall adhere strictly to the security and confidentiality standards outlined in this Privacy Policy and other relevant laws.

In addition, there are several disclosures.

We may share and disclose your Non-Personal Information with our auditors, advisers, and any possible buyers or investors of the Company. Our companies and affiliates may also be given access to this type of anonymized data.

Your Non-Personal Information may be shared with potential vendors or purchasers in connection with any corporate transaction in which the Company has an interest, including but not limited to the sale of a major portion of its business or any merger with another company.

This data may also be shared with third parties if we believe that disclosing such anonymized information is helpful or reasonably necessary to comply with any legal obligation, applicable law, and governmental request; protect any of our legal rights, such as our intellectual property and other legal rights; investigate potential violations of our policies; exercise our management authority.