COLLECTION AND INFORMATION
The Indian Jurist can be accessed by you with or without registration, but your access to The Indian Jurist results in the formation of various kinds of information, both personal and non-personal. We receive the following categories of information from you.
- Registration Information: We wish to be an online legal news portal providing access to everybody with recent legal updates without unnecessary technicalities but some of the information and service provided by The Indian Jurist can be accessed only by taking a registration with us. While registering you may have to submit various types of information to us, for example, to create an account, post comments, receive a newsletter, or enter a contest or sweepstakes. Registration Information may include, for example, name, email address, gender, zip code and birthday.
- Public Information and Posts: We encourage discussion and we would be providing you with the facility to comment or post contents to The Indian Jurist..This category information includes such comments or content that you post to The Indian Jurist and the information about you that accompanies those posts or content, which may include a name, user name, comments, likes, status, profile information and picture. Public Information and Posts are always public, which means they are available to everyone and may be displayed in search results on external search engines.
- Activity Information: When you access and interact with The Indian Jurist, we may collect certain information about those visits. For example, in order to permit your connection to The Indian Jurist, our servers receive and record information about your computer, device, and browser, including potentially your IP address, browser type, and other software or hardware information. If you access The Indian Jurist from a mobile or other device, we may collect a unique device identifier assigned to that device, geolocation data, or other transactional information for that device. At this time we do not respond to browser ‘Do Not Track’ signals, as we await the work of interested stakeholders and others to develop standards for how such signals should be interpreted.
Cookies and other tracking technologies (such as browser cookies, pixels, beacons, and Adobe Flash technology including cookies) are comprised of small bits of data that often include a de-identified or anonymous unique identifier. Websites, apps and other services send this data to your browser when you first request a web page and then store the data on your computer so the website can access information when you make subsequent requests for pages from that service. These technologies may also be used to collect and store information about your usage of The Indian Jurist, such as pages you have visited, content you have viewed, search queries you have run and advertisements you have seen. If the Indian Jurist wishes to combine your personal information with information we obtain through these technologies in order to determine what messages The Indian Jurist provides to you, we will obtain your express affirmative consent.
Third parties that support The Indian Jurist by serving advertisements or providing services, such as allowing you to share content or tracking aggregate The Indian Jurist usage statistics, may also use these technologies to collect similar information. The Indian Jurist does not control these third-party technologies and their use is governed by the privacy policies of third parties using such technologies. For more information about third-party advertising networks and similar entities that use these technologies, including your choices with respect to them, see the section entitled “To deliver relevant advertisements,” below
Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies, but you can change your settings to notify you when a cookie is being set or updated, or to block cookies altogether. Please consult the “Help” section of your browser for more information. Users can manage the use of Flash technologies, with the Flash management tools available at Adobe’s website, see http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security/privacy_policy/faq.html. Please note that by blocking any or all cookies you may not have access to certain features, content or personalization available through The Indian Jurist.
- Information from Other Sources: We may supplement the information we collect with information from other sources, such as publicly available information from social media services, commercially available sources and information from our affiliates or business partners.
USE AND DISCLOSURE
We use the information we collect from and about you to provide The Indian Jurist and features to you, including: to measure and improve those features; to improve your experience with both online and off-line by delivering content you will find relevant and interesting, including advertising and marketing messages; to allow you to comment on content and to provide you with customer support and to respond to inquiries. When the information collected from or about you does not identify you as a specific person, we may use that information for any purpose or share it with third parties.
We use the information we collect from and about you for these additional purposes:
- To allow service providers to assist us in providing and managing the Indian Jurist The Indian Jurist may make your information available to certain third party service providers, such as contractors, agents or sponsors, who help us manage or provide The Indian Jurist.
- To contact you. The Indian Jurist may periodically send promotional materials or notifications related to The Indian Jurist. If you want to stop receiving promotional materials, you can follow the unsubscribe instructions at the bottom of each email. There are certain service notification emails that you may not opt-out of, such as notifications of changes to The Indian Jurist or policies. If you have installed a mobile app and you wish to stop receiving push notifications, you can change the settings either on your mobile device or through the app.
- To share with business partners. The Indian Jurist may share your information with business partners to permit them to send you marketing communications consistent with your choices.
- To protect the rights of The Indian Jurist and others. There may be instances when The Indian Jurist may disclose your information, including situations where The Indian Jurist has a good faith belief that such disclosure is necessary in order to:
- protect the safety, privacy, and security of users of The Indian Jurist or members of the public;
- protect against fraud or for risk management purposes;
- comply with the law or legal process; or
- respond to requests from public and government authorities.
To complete a merger or sale of assets.
If The Indian Jurist sells all or part of its business or makes a sale or transfer of its assets or is otherwise involved in a merger or transfer of all or a material part of its business, The Indian Jurist may transfer your information to the party or parties involved in the transaction as part of that transaction.
The Indian Jurist uses commercially reasonable administrative, technical, personnel and physical measures to safeguard information in its possession against loss, theft and unauthorized use, disclosure or modification.
USER ACCESS AND CONTROL
If you would like to access, review, correct, update, suppress, or otherwise limit our use of your personal information you have previously provided directly to us, you may contact us. In your request, please include your email address, name, address, and telephone number and specify clearly what information you would like to access, change, update, or suppress. We will try to comply with your request as soon as reasonably practicable.
We give you many choices regarding our use and disclosure of your personal information for marketing purposes. You may opt-out from:
- Receiving electronic communications from us: If you no longer want to receive marketing-related emails from us on a going-forward basis, you may opt-out of receiving these marketing-related emails by following the unsubscribe instructions in the email.
- Cancelling your account. To cancel your account, email to:email@example.com, subject, “Delete My Account” and include the email address that you registered your account with (if different from the email address you’re sending the email from). Remember that even after you cancel your account, copies of some information from your account may remain viewable in some circumstances – where, for example, you have shared information with a third-party application or web site. We may also retain backup information related to your account on our servers for some time after cancelation for fraud detection or to comply with applicable law or our internal security policies. Because of the nature of caching technology, your account may not be instantly inaccessible to others, and there may be a delay in the removal of the content from elsewhere on the Internet and from search engines.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Remember that even after you cancel your account, copies of some information from your account may remain viewable in some circumstances where, for example, you have shared information with social media or other services. Because of the nature of caching technology, your account may not be instantly inaccessible to others. We may also retain backup information related to your account on our servers for some time after cancelation for fraud detection or to comply with applicable law or our internal security policies. It is not always possible to completely remove or delete all of your information due to technical constraints, contractual, financial or legal requirements.
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