Updated: 25th May 2018 (GDPR is going into effect on May 25, 2018)
Collection of data
The registration process for an account on this website requires an email address that is valid and a username that hasn’t been selected previously. It is not necessary to enter any other details you don’t want to provide it. Be aware that the username you select, the email address you enter along with any other details you input could make you personally identifiable. It could show up on this website in the future (depending on the choices you make during registration or on how the site is set up) or inadvertently (subsequent to an incident of an intrusion by a third-party). Similar to other websites the editor of the site may be able to automatically collect general information contained in log files of servers including your IP address, as well as cookies information. Details on how advertising can be displayed on this website (if it’s the policy of the editor on the site to show ads) is given below.
If visitors post comments on our website, we track the data that appears in the comment form as well as the IP address and user agent string in order to aid the detection of spam.
In the event that you are uploading images on the website, avoid uploading images that contain embedded location information (EXIF GPS) that are embedded. Visitors to the website are able to take a download of and pull any relevant location information from the images posted on the site.
Use of data
If you post an online comment you are able to opt-in to saving your email address, name and the URL in cookies. This is to facilitate your use to make sure you don’t need to enter your information again each time you make a new comment. The cookies will last for one year.
If you already have an account and sign into this site and then we create a temporary cookie in order to see whether your browser is able to accept cookies. The cookie does not contain any personal data and will be removed after closing your web browser.
After you login you will create a variety of cookies to store your login details as well as your selections for screen displays. Login cookies last two days, while the screen options cookies last for one year. If you choose “Remember Me”, your login will last until two weeks. If you close your account, your log-in cookies are deleted.
When you publish or edit an article a second cookie will be saved to your browser. The cookie does not contain any personal information and only indicates that you have a post ID for the post you have just changed. It expires after a day.
The embedded content of other websites
The content on this website could contain the embedded material (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Content embedded from other websites performs exactly the same manner as when the user has visited the site in question.
We allow third-party businesses to display ads or collect certain types of anonymous data whenever you visit our website. These companies can use non-personally identifiable data (e.g. the clickstream information such as type of browser dates, times and dates the subject of ads clicked and scrolled) when you visit this site and other Web websites to show you advertisements on products and services that are likely to be more interesting to you. They typically employ cookies or a third party web beacons to gather this data. To learn more about this behavioral advertising practice or to opt-out of this type of advertising, you can visit networkadvertising.org.
How long we retain your data
If you make comments, the comment as well as its metadata are saved for a period of time. This allows us to be able to recognize and approve follow-up comments without delay instead of storing them in a queue for moderation.
When users register on our site (if there is any) We also save the personal information that they supply in their profile. Every user is able to view and edit or erase their personal data at anytime (except they are unable to modify their login information). Website administrators are also able to view and edit the data.
What rights you have over your data
If you are a registered user on this website or left comments, you may ask for an exported file of any personal information we hold on you, including any information you’ve provided to us. You may also request the deletion of any personal data we may have concerning you. This doesn’t include data we have to keep to fulfill legal, administrative or security purposes. It is possible to use the the Request Data Form available on our site to request data or request anonymity.
Editing or deleting your account information
There may be changes to the policy at any time time. You will be informed of any significant modifications to this policy via the announcement of an announcement prominently on the website, or through a message that is addressed to the e-mail address you’ve provided that is saved within the user settings.
If you have any concerns regarding this policy, or this website you can email the administrator of the site at info [at] jiocinemausa dot com.