WebTownship gives paramount importance to digital privacy and takes extreme measures to safeguard the information provided by its visitors, members, and clients. As a web-oriented working entity, we at WebTownship promote cyber-security with appreciable dedication.
The information collected through the use of website
If you do not require any specific services from WebTownship and are just a visitor to our website, then you are not bound to provide any information.
Utilization and exposure of personal data
Data: You will be asked for the required personal and contact details if and only you want any of our services. For merely visiting our site, WebTownship only uses a limited extent of cookies and IP address details.
E-mail information: In case of e-mail communication with our clients and users, we conserve the e-mail details and content of messages addressed to us.
Online backtracking mechanisms such as cookies: Cookies sanction us to save your browsing habits enabling our team to determine your requirements that ease the process of offering suitable deals to you.
We would like to make it clear that WebTownship, in any way, is not responsible for the usage of cookies by third-party websites accessible via banner advertising, and click-throughs.
We give our users a choice to opt out
WebTownship does not enforce you to provide any personal details unless your sign for our services. We give a choice to opt out to all our users at any stage. In case you do not wish to receive our emails, you are free to unsubscribe and opt out of our services.
Security standards in accordance with I.T. ACT, 2000
We have formed our operational security standards rigorous as well as reasonable to protect identifiable information of our users from theft, misuse, alteration, and destruction. Your data repose beyond our security firewall which is accessible only to WebTownship’s high end personnel.
Our ‘Security Standards’ complies to Information Technology Act, 2000 and to its rules and regulations that fall under sections 43, 43A, 45, and sections 85. Observing stringent I.T. Act rules, we do not take any responsibility for any cyber-crime relating to your data.
WebTownship shall not be held responsible for any unmanageable security attack which you agree upon when you use our website. You assent that WebTownship shall not be accountable for any type of financial, opportunistic, legal, business and reputation losses that may occur to you under the Provisions of Section 43, 43A and 45 of Information Technology Act, 2000 and including any amendments in the said Act. You also agree that our management shall not be blamed or held responsible in any circumstances for any cyber-crime criminal liabilities under I.T. ACT 2000.