The only personally identifiable information collected through this website is your email address and name. We assure, that your information won’t be shared with any third parties. The information is collected using the contact forms, blog subscription form, and via direct email only. You are required to enter your information if you wish to subscribe to the blog, contact us or register as a guest blogger.
The website uses a secure server (that protects web pages using SSL) to encrypt the user information before sending it out to us. The information is then stored in the database which is again encrypted using ciphertext. This helps in keeping user information protected.
We use the WordPress standard comment form to allow users to comment on the articles of our website. When you leave comments on any article on our website, we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.
Use-cases of collected information
- Verification/identification of the user during website usage.
- Fulfilling users’ intent of contacting.
- Providing Technical Assistance.
- Sending updates to our users with important information, news, and events.
- Asking feedback to ensure better content, user-experience, and administrative functions.
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If you feel like having copyright issue(s) with respect to any piece of content then you can put forward your concern to us by contacting us or sending an email at email@example.com. We will look into the issue and try to resolve it as sooner as 7 days.
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▸ General rights
If you have subscribed via any subscription form on our website then you can unsubscribe any time using the ‘Unsubscribe’ option provided at the bottom of any newsletter email you receive from our end. If you have left a comment on any article then you can ask us to remove it if you want by contacting us.
If you are a customer of DeepTech Bytes, then we have the legal right to keep your Name, Email Address, and Phone Number for legal and administrative concerns. But we always ensure to keep your information private.
▸ GDPR rights
We at Deep Tech Bytes comply with all the guidelines laid down by GDPR policy. For more information, please visit the official GDPR portal.
In a situation where it becomes necessary or desirable for DeepTech Bytes, for legal purposes, to release your information in response to a request from a government agency or a private litigant, you agree that we may disclose your information to a third party where we believe, in good faith, that it is desirable to do so for the purposes of a civil action, criminal investigation, or other legal matter. Any passing on of personal data for legal purposes will only be done in compliance with the laws of the country you reside in. And we’ll inform you beforehand disclosing your information to the government or a private litigant.
Changes in Policy