We take our customer’s privacy and concerns very seriously and intend to deal them with optimum potentials. We enable transparency to gain the trust of our valued website users, and this page is entirely dedicated for the above-mentioned purposes.
What are cookies?
Cookies can be defined as small amounts of data/ information, stored in a user’s computer. These cookies are designed in such a way that they can hold a modest amount of data, concerning a particular client or a specific website. These cookies can be assessed directly by the client computer, or the website. These cookies (also called web cookie, Internet cookie, browser cookie, or simply cookie) are stored on the user’s computer by the user’s web browser, and it is done simultaneously while the user is browsing.
Why are cookies used?
These cookies are an easy way to carry information from one place to the other, without burdening a server machine with massive amounts of data storage. Cookies also make it easy to retrieve a specific user’s information or data without requiring a login on every single visit, while surfing the website. Let us take a good example. Whenever we visit a website for the first time, we may enter our data, we may enter our name, password, email address, phone number etc. This information would all be stored in the database and this will be done by using the username as a key. Subsequently, when the user will revisit that specific website, the cookie will help retrieve all that information from the database without having to re do the process of entering all that information again.
This blog uses a technology known as “cookies” and web server log files for the purpose of collecting information or data, such as date and time of your visit, the amount of time you sent on a page, and what pages caught your attention causing you to click on the pages and view them etc
What do We do with the Data We Collect from Cookies?
The one thing that should be noted here is that cookies, under any circumstances, cannot access the user’s data or personal information. They cannot cause any damaging viruses to enter your computer sets or your soft wares installed on your respective devices.
Your respective computers and their soft wares use IP addresses every time you connect your devices to the Internet. Your IP address is defined as a specific or particular number used by the websites to identify your computer. IP addresses are a part of demographic and profile data of our computers, collected automatically. These IP addresses can also be referred to as traffic data so that data (such as the Web pages you request) may be sent to you conveniently.
It may be noted that our website uses these cookies to better our standards, so we can provide maximum ease to our customers and they may visit us again and again. Our website may and will have joint ventures with other companies that may require information stated above, but we will never give out any information without following rules of the Law and in case we o share the information it will be for the benefit, wellbeing, or protection of the users of our website
If there is any change in our policy, we will be inclined to inform our customers beforehand through their contact emails and it will also be updated on our website.