What information does “Indian Culture” collect?
You are required to register at the Indian Culture website. We provide options for you to upload and manage your personal information. “Users” should ensure that they take all due precautions to guard their privacy and security. We may ask you for personal information such as name, affiliation, designation, phone number, email address, correspondence address, etc. to be stored with your account.
We may record the information about downloads and your pattern of access to our “Site”. We may record the discussion on online or offline fora, if any. During online and offline discussions if any, you may share some information voluntarily. “Indian Culture” is unable to control any use of such information. Indian Culture is not responsible for any data or information not stored on our servers.
How does Indian Culture review the personal information?
Indian Culture reviews the personal information that you share with us. In some cases, we may request you to share government authorized proof of identity or records and we may verify the same. If we find any discrepancies in the information you shared and the information we verify, we may automatically deregister you without informing.
How does “Indian Culture” use the information collected?
We may use the information for research and academic purposes to develop new technologies to provide better service to our “Users”.
Indian Culture will use this information to inform you about any changes that we may make on the “Site”, any relevant cultural activity which may be of your interest. Indian Culture will communicate with you to collect any information or to send any such communication only if it is permitted by law and you have not otherwise opted-out of receiving them.
We will not collect or identify or use, by any means, sensitive information such as financial details, race, religion, sexual orientation, or health, and thus are not responsible for any such information usage.
“Site” administrator and support system can access your account for administration purposes if required, to change your account settings, password, suspend your account and like. Your personal and related information will be accessed only by concerned “Indian Culture” employees, and authorized administrative staff. Please note that this information is available to only limited concerned staff.
The contact and other relevant information you share, may be used to protect the rights, property, and safety of “Indian Culture”, our “Users”, and other Stakeholders.
How does Indian Culture share the information collected?
We may share personal information at an aggregated level for academic and research purposes such as data analysis, statistical analysis, annual reports and like, on conditions of anonymity; with the funding agency, Ministry of Culture (MoC).
If we believe it is necessary to disclose personal information about you to third parties in case of any legal activity like compliance of any policy, rules & regulations, funding agency request, government request, court actions, writ, summons, warrants, any legal proceedings then to abide by such requirements, we may disclose your personal information.
We follow security practices and procedures to protect your personal information. In their own interest, “Users” are required to maintain the confidentiality of their login ID and password, and not share it with others. “Users” are requested to follow the guidelines if any provided by Indian Culture, secured login and log out processes, changing password every three months if necessary. We suggest that if you feel any problem related to data security kindly inform Indian Culture immediately.
We value our “Users” and take due care considering the information security. We restrict any unauthorized access to our “Site”.
Indian Culture offers choices to manage the “Users” account. “Users” of the “Site” can control and review the data of their personal account, the history of their account, data display including the name and other information.
Indian Culture is committed to resolving complaints, if any, as early as possible through our self-regulatory systems, but if in any case we are not able to resolve any complaint related to personal data or privacy of the “Users”, it will be referred to the local competent data protection authority, for resolution.
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