We at The Technology Archive value and respect your privacy, it is therefore imperative that we explain to you in detail how and under what circumstances will your personal information be collected and used by the website and/or its subsidiaries. Once you access the services provided by The Technology Archive, you consent to the collection, storage and use of your personal information which includes any information provided or shared by you as well as automatic tracking and retrieval of any additional data collected during your browsing or navigation session.
It must be understood that a user’s information can be made available to us via multiple channels such as (a) Registration/login process that usually require your personal information including your full name, mobile number, email address, birth, gender, full postal address, occupation, interests among others (b) Traffic information collected during website visit and browsing (c) Other details including bank information, financial information, CVV, name on card, billing address, credit card number, et cetera during purchase of our services/products. The web servers may also collect data linked to the number of times you access our web pages, links and services; the above mentioned set of information will be archived on the servers.
Any personal information shared on platforms made available by us – comment box, chat rooms, contests, forums, et cetera will be taken as public information available in the public domain. Any personally identifiable information shared on the above mentioned or similar mediums should be done with caution. The Technology Archive shall not be responsible for any personally identifiable information you submit via or on these forums.
Information collected from our users will purely be for product improvement, providing better user experience and services, informing users about upcoming events, features, products, grievance redressal and for session tracking. It will enable us to understand our user base better and analyse the way our website is accessed. Additional information will be used for promotional activities including contests, public events, newsletters, e-mailers, SMS promotions, et cetera.
We aim to provide a smooth user experience and an enriching editorial experience to each of our readers/users. Your personally identifiable information rests safe and confidential with us and is not subject to disclosure to any third party entity. What you choose to share with us is completely on your will. You may not want to register with us, may also request to opt out of newsletters, e-mailers and associated promotional communication. You may choose to accept or decline cookies. Cookies are important to us as they help us understand the way our website and services are being used and received by our target audience. Session and browsing habits of our users are tracked via session cookies whereas permanent cookies help us track and understand our users’ interests better and avoid users to reenter their login details every time they visit our page. We don’t have any access or control over cookies set by third party entities like business partners, advertisers among others.
The Technology Archive puts a stringent protocol in place to safeguard the confidentiality of your personally identifiable information, however it must be understood that information transmissions or transactions over the internet are never absolutely secure. Therefore, The Technology Archive shall not be held liable for disclosure of your information owing to any mishappening, errors in transmission or unauthorized acts of third parties.
Should you be wanting to reach out to us with any suggestions, complaints, concerns or requests with respect to the content exhibited and curated on the website, or to report any abuse or breach of laws of above mentioned privacy terms, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A designated Grievance Officer will handle the concern with the best intention to safeguard your interest and shall provide a speedy resolution to the issue at hand.
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