We appreciate your interest in RedCloud’s website (the “Site”). The way RedCloud handles certain information it may get and/or gather from you via the Site or other channels is outlined in this Privacy Policy. For information on the kinds of data we might gather from you, how that data is used, and your options regarding the aforementioned, please refer to the sections below.

You accept the terms of this Privacy Policy and the Terms (as described here [insert link to Terms]) by using this site.

What information do we collect?

We may gather usage information about you when you visit the site. This information helps us measure and analyze non-identifying usage and volume statistical data in order to enhance the site’s performance, quality of service, and usefulness.

The following types of information may be collected: the activity of the visitor’s browser while they are on the site; the visitor’s path through the site; the duration of the visit; and technical information about your browser, internet IP address, and operating system (PC, tablet, or mobile device). RedCloud has the right to release aggregate, anonymous summaries of its site visitors’ demographics for advertising and promotional purposes. Note that this is merely broad descriptions of how our visitors have used the site; it is not personal information.

You might also want to get in touch with us if you want further details about our offerings. This means that you can be asked for details like your name, phone number, email address, and postal address, among other things.

RedCloud may employ cookies in order to assist us in gathering and storing this data, as further explained below:

What Are Cookies?

Web servers install files called cookies on users’ computers for the purpose of storing personal data, like visitor preferences. These make visits to the site more frictionless (by remembering your settings, for example) and provide more precise data about how users behave on the site. Cookies come in two varieties: session and persistent. Session cookies are only present while a user is on the Internet. When the user exits the browser program, they are removed from the computer. Even when the user closes their browser, persistent cookies are still stored on their machine. The Site’s cookies don’t directly identify you. Unless you freely choose to identify yourself, they just recognize your browser. When you respond to a promotional offer, ask the browser to remember your username and password, customize a web page, or ask for more information about a good or service, you have the option to identify yourself. If not, you continue to be anonymous. While they can still access the Site, users who block their web browsers’ ability to accept cookies may lose some of the functionality that cookies provide. Users can choose whether or not to accept cookies. Although the majority of web browsers accept cookies by default, you can typically change your browser’s settings to reject cookies if you’d like. You can choose the appropriate button on the sign-in page to prevent this cookie from being used if you are using a public computer or if you do not want this information to be kept in any other way. You can go to www.allaboutcookies.org for further details on how to disable cookies. You might not be able to sign in or utilize other interactive elements of the website and services that rely on cookies if you choose to reject cookies.

What are Clear GIFs?

Together with cookies, clear GIFs, sometimes referred to as web beacons, are used by site operators to better understand how users interact with their websites. A transparent graphic picture, typically 1 pixel by 1 pixel, that is posted on a website is called a clear GIF. By using a transparent GIF, the website may track the visitor’s actions when they open the page containing the transparent GIF. Clear GIFs are used by us to monitor visitor behavior, enhance the user experience, and control site content. Clear GIFs may be used by us on this website, in emails, in our adverts on other websites, and in emails sent by other people.

How do we use the information we collect?

RedCloud will only disclose your personal data in the ways specified by this privacy policy. RedCloud may contact you using the information gathered on the Site to talk more about your interest in our business and services and to let you know about events and marketing campaigns we run. We might utilize your information to enhance the services we offer you as well. Unless you specifically request it, the information is gathered and stored in a way that is acceptable for the type of data we collect. It is never shared with outside parties. However, if needed by law, in order to maintain our rights and the safety of our users, or in order to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order, or legal demand served on the Site, we may be obliged to disclose your personal information to our legal advisers. In India or any other nation where we (or any of our subsidiaries or agencies) have establishments, we may store and handle personal data. We will take all reasonable and suitable precautions to protect your personal information when we share it, in compliance with this privacy statement and any applicable legal requirements.

Security

We always use the proper organizational and technical security measures to safeguard the data we get from you. We safeguard information using a variety of electronic, procedural, and physical security measures to prevent unauthorized or illegal use, alteration, and loss, as well as accidental destruction or damage. However, there is no completely safe way to store or transmit data electronically via the Internet. As a result, we are unable to provide complete security.

Third party sites

There can be links on the Site to other websites. RedCloud disclaims any liability for the content or privacy policies of these other websites. To learn more about these other websites’ practices, you should review their terms of service and privacy policies. When users click on a link, they can be divulging personal information. The user bears the obligation of maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of such information.

Changes and Updates

This privacy statement may be updated from time to time in accordance with RedCloud’s additions or modifications to features, services, or products, as well as any changes to applicable laws and industry standards for privacy and security. This Privacy Policy’s first page shows the effective date, so you can see whether anything has changed since you last used the site. RedCloud will post a notice on the Site if it modifies this Privacy Policy in a way that significantly affects how specific information is used or disclosed.

Opt-out and update policies

Policy of Opt-Out RedCloud shall not, without prior notice to you and the chance to opt-out, use or disclose the information you supply us through the Site in ways unrelated to those mentioned above. RedCloud provides its users with an option to manage how session data is used. Please send a request with your updated preferences to support@redcloud.co.in if, at any point after registering for information, you decide not to receive emails or other communications from us, or if you change your mind about receiving information from us or about the use of information you volunteered.

Contact Us

You can get in touch with us using the details on our Contact Us page if you have any queries, worries, or recommendations about our privacy policy.