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This Cookies Policy is made for the use of the website. This document tells the user about the collection, usage, disclosure, storage of cookies, etc... on the website. This document can be used for any type of industries including healthcare, finance, entertainment, e-commerce, transportation, etc...
As per the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) Act, 2018 any entity despite their size, collecting or processing personal information of any EU citizens need to comply with the GDPR rules. This Cookies Policy does not deal with GDPR. This is designed in compliance with Indian laws. The GDPR compliant Cookies Policy can be accessed from our UK website.
Cookies are small files that websites use to monitor the use of a website and to provide a more personalized experience to the users. The Cookies Policy is considered as an agreement, because users manifest their assent in a specific way, usually by clicking a check-box or pop-up saying they read and agree to the Cookies Policy.
It is mandatory under the IT Act, 2000 to notify and get the consent of users before collecting and processing their information. By using the Cookies Policy, the website owners can answer their user's questions about cookies, which helps to build trust with their users. Many website users may have heard of cookies but may not really understand them. As more and more people express concerns about general data security and online privacy, it is increasingly common that users want to know about cookies and how their data is being collected and handled.
How to use this document
Once this document has been prepared, it needs to be published on the website and needs to be made easily accessible/visible to the users. It is better to provide a link on the home page of the website.
This Policy clarifies the following matters:
Although there is no exclusive data protection law in India, privacy and data protection is mandated under Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act) and read with Information Technology (reasonable security practices and procedures and sensitive personal data or information) Rules, 2011.
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