Privacy policy



You are requested to read our Privacy Statement carefully. Your agreement to the Privacy Policy of is implied when you browse through this website.

Privacy Statement/ Policy of as on December 2017

  • respect and values your privacy.
  • We feel it is important to make you understand what information we collect from you and for what purpose do we use such information.
  • At , we are committed in maintaining your trust and protecting your personal information you provide to us by accessing our website and engaging with our products and services.
  • Any information submitted by you to in response to an email request for information through our website, email or employees issubject to this Privacy Statement.
  • reserves the right toadd, delete or modify the terms and conditions in this Privacy Statement from time to time. In order to remain updated about the prevalent terms and conditions of this Privacy Policy please find them reflected at our website.
  • The site may contain external link sites which are not governed by this Privacy Statement, in such cases we at do not take responsibility for the privacy practices of any third party we link to. We request you to review the privacy policies of such sites before you submit any personal information.


We assure you that does not sell or rent any of your personal information to other companies or individuals or third parties unless we have your express consent to do so.

  • We only provide personal information upon your consent to trusted businesses or persons for the sole purpose of processing personally identifying information on our behalf which is subject to agreements that oblige those parties to process such information only on our instructions and in compliance with this Privacy Statement with utmost confidentiality and security measures.
  • We may share the information submitted under your account among all of our services in order to provide you with a seamless experience and to improve the quality of our services.
  • We will not disclose your account information to other people or non-affiliated companies, except in the limited circumstances described in this Policy or with your consent.
  • In the event of a transfer of ownership of, such as acquisition by or merger with another company, we will provide notice before any personally identifying information is transferred and becomes subject to a different privacy policy.


1. Personal Information

thedigitalfellow.comidentifies personal information such as your name, telephone number,

or email address given by the clients and stores it as a record.

Here are some examples in which we may collect your personal information from sites:

  • Full name, email address and contact number when you become a member and sign up to receive information from
  • If you contact us with a query via email
  • We may collect your device ID number when you interact with the site using a mobile device

The above details,provides clients/ users as an example of the personal information that

may be collected from you from our site. Do not provide us with your personal information

in case you choose not to be listed.

2. Non-Personal information

Any information that does not identify you personally, be it in the form of technical or

demographic information,for exampleage, gender, ZIP code or other geolocation data, or

interests, is a Non-personal information.

Here are some examples of the non-personal information that is collected via our site and a

description on how such information is used by

  • Internet Protocol (IP) address - Your IP address is a number that allows computers attached to the Internet know where to send your data to i.e.: viewed webpages. thedigitalfellow.comuses this information to deliver our webpages to you, tailor make it to the interests of our users and to measure traffic within our site.
  • Cookies — thedigitalfellow.comwebsites uses cookies to improve the usability while planning, tracking the technical functions of our site and products/services. By using our products/services and agreeing to the policy, you give us the consent to use cookies in accordance with the terms of this policy.

3. Children Under 13 does not knowingly target or collect personal information from

children under 13 years. If in the event, we learn that such information has been provided to

our sites, we make sure that the information is deleted.


(A) What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small text file containing small amounts of information that a website adds on a

user’s computer (or mobile device) whenever they visit a website. It’s main function is to is

send out and collect information from your browser to transfer it to your website.

For detailed information about cookies log on to:

How does it work?

The browser sends information to website that authenticates and identifies your session and allows them to display the correct information on the website. then matches the cookie against your details so it can distinguish you from other users as you browse the website, which helps us provide you with a good user experience. Most browsers enable a user to disable cookies. If you do so, however, the site may not function correctly.

Logging: thedigitalfellow.comrecords and stores details of the pages visited so that it can generate usage statistics. Except as otherwise provided in this Privacy Policy, does not sell or share any information gathered to other companies.

Cookie Storage: thedigitalfellow.comwebsite uses cookies which are persistent and non-persistent (session-based). While many of the cookies used on this website only last for the duration of your use of this website (session-based cookies), other cookies are persistent, ie: It stays in one of your browser's subfolders until you delete them manually or incase your browser deletes them automatically.

(B) What types of cookies may be used here?

  • First party cookies –The website, which the user is visiting, stores a small amount of text called cookies in the user's computer by which the website keeps tracking the user’s activity as he moves from page to page of the website. By default, first-party cookies are allowed in every Web browser.
  • Session cookies – Also called a transient cookie, a cookie that is erased when the user closes the Web browser. The session cookie is not retained after the browser is closed as it is stored in temporary memory. Session cookies do not collect information from the user’s computer.
  • Persistent Cookies – Persistent cookies are used by websites to store user preferences. Until you delete them manually or your browser deletes them based on the duration period contained within the persistent cookie's file these files stay in one of your browser's subfolders
  • Third Party Cookies – Third party cookies are set by a different organization to the owner of the website you are visiting. For example, the website might use a third party analytics company that will set its own cookies to perform this service.
  • Blocking Cookies

    Most browsers allow users to refuse to accept cookies.

    • In Internet Explorer, by clicking Tools, Internet Options, Privacy and Block all cookies using the sliding selector you can refuse all cookies.
    • In Firefox, by clicking Tools, Options and un-checking Accept cookies from sites in the Privacy box you can block all cookies.
    • In Google Chrome, by clicking Options, Under the hood and Content Settings in the Privacy section. Click on the Cookies tab in the Content Settings you can adjust your cookie permissions.
    • In Safari, by clicking Preferences, Selecting the Privacy Tab and Block Cookies you can block cookies.

    Blocking all cookies will, however, is not recommended as it will have a negative impact upon the usability of many websites. So you might not be able to log in, access content or use search functions incase you block the cookies.

    Deleting Cookies

    Users can also delete cookies which are already stored on their computers:

    • Can manually delete cookie files in Internet Explorer
    • In Firefox you candelete cookies after ensuring that they are deleted when you clear private data (this setting can be changed by clicking Tools, Options and Settings in the Private Data box) and then clicking clear private data in the Tools menu.
    • In Google Chrome, to adjust your cookie permissions by click Options, under the hood, and Content Settings in the Privacy section then click on the Cookies tab in the Content Settings.
    • InSafari you can delete cookies by clicking Preferences,selecting the Privacy tab and selecting Remove All Website Data. Doing this may have a negative impact on the usability of many websites.
    • Web Beacons, also known as clear Gifs, web bugs or pixel tags, are tiny graphics with a unique identifier, they similar in function to cookies, and are used to allow us to count users who have visited certain pages of the sites and to help determine the effectiveness of promotional or advertising campaigns. When used in HTML-formatted email messages, web beacons can tell the sender whether and when the email has been opened. In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user's computer hard drive, web beacons are embedded invisibly on web pages.
    • Demographic Information are voluntarily provided to us by you on the sites and refers to your gender, age, ZIP code or geolocation data, and/or interests. This information is used by us to provide you with personalized services and to analyze trends of your needs and provide information accordingly.

    Please note that we also consider aggregated information, which is not personally identifiable, to be non-personal information. The above list provides an example of the non-personal information that is collected via websites.

    How uses cookies

    Information that personally identifies the user is not contained by Cookies, but information

    that we store about the user may be linked by us to the information stored in and obtained

    from cookies

    thedigitalfellow.comuses the information from people’s use of our website through cookies

    for eg: Google Analytics cookie for the following purposes:

    • To recognize the user’s computer when they visit the website.
    • To track some user actions during website navigation.
    • To improve the website’s usability.
    • To analyze the use of the website.
    • To administer the website.
    • To report click-through data to our advertisers.
    • To share website user information with our third party vendors.


  • will not disclose, transfer, sell or otherwise communicate your personally identifiable information to any third party, other than employees or trusted vendors operating under confidentiality agreements, unless you give thedigitalfellow.compermission to do so or as required by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary in order to comply with the law or comply with legal process served on Or if we believe such disclosure is necessary to protect and defend the rights, property or safety of our websites, users, employees or others.
  • The information may also be used by for internal research purposes, marketing, promotions and public relations, subject to our opt-in policy described below.
  • (A) If is purchased, acquired or merged with a third party, reserves the right to transfer this information to a successor, related entity or to a third party purchasing or succeeding to’s assets. In sucha scenario, before such information about you is transferred, you will be notified and that becomes subject to a different privacy policy. This information is also provided in the aggregate to third parties, including potential business partners and advertisers, but is not linked to any personally identifiable information before it is disclosed unless has obtained your consent.

    (B) To help administer our website and provide a positive experience while visiting our website, does collect anonymous technology-related information which may include, but is not limited to the following: source IP address, domain name, date and time visited and visited pages.

    (C) thedigitalfellow.comhas no control over the information collected from or about you by any third party after you have left the website. By clicking on links to other websites, advertisers and other third parties, you are leaving the website. Once you have left the website, does not control the data collection and privacy practices of any third party linked to this website and thedigitalfellow.comassumes no liability and is not responsible for any practices of such third party websites.

    LINKS is not responsible for any privacy and content practices of any non-THEDIGITALFELLOW.COM websites from which our website may be linked to. Nor do we take the responsibility and security of any information you divulge while visiting other websites not governed by our Privacy Statement.

    thedigitalfellow.comcannot be held responsible for any loss, damage incurred by any user as a result of visiting our website. Other than our website, no links of other websites are intended to be or constructed, as an endorsement of any kind by us.

    thedigitalfellow.comwebsites may contain links to other sites, including websites maintained by thedigitalfellow.comaffiliates that are governed by other privacy policies which may differ from this current one.

    Users need to review the privacy policy of each website visited before disclosing any personal information.

    thedigitalfellow.comprovides links to third-party websites which are free from any endorsement, sponsorship, or recommendation made by THEDIGITALFELLOW.COM of the third parties thedigitalfellow.comand the third parties are not responsible or liable for your use of such third party websites.

    OPT-OUT may use your email address to communicate on a regular basis. We will do so by usually asking your consent to confirm upon your request, to send you notice of payments, information about changes to our products and services, and other notices and disclosures as required by law.

    Since the nature of these emails will be primarily informational rather than promotional, we provide you the opportunity to exercise an opt-out choice, in case you wish to receive such messages or updates from us regarding new services and products offered on the sites and if you do not want us to share your personal information with third parties.

    To opt-out of email, we suggest you to click on the "unsubscribe" link within the text of an email. We will then process your un- subscription as soon as possible, but please be aware that in some circumstances you may receive a few more messages until the process is complete.

    If you have opted to receive notices to your mobile device via text message, you may opt-out by replying “STOP” to such mobile message. You may receive a text message in response to your “STOP” request.

    As noted above, to opt out of the Google Analytics advertising features outlined above, follow the instructions here:


    Please understand that our Privacy Policy at thedigitalfellow.commay change from time to time. Should we decide to make any further changes to our statement, we will post these changes on our website so that users are aware on the information we collect, use and under circumstances we choose to disclose it.

    If thedigitalfellow.comdecides to use individual user information in a manner different than what was stated at the time it was collected, we will notify users of this change via email. will use information in accordance with the Privacy Policy under which the information was collected after the users’discretion to choose as to whether or not we use their information.

    This Privacy Policy has been posted on our website as on 15/01/2018

    ACCESS RIGHTS has the right to request personal information/ details of its users. In case any information provided by you is incorrect or requires a change, we request you to follow the process mentioned below.

    Any user has the right to stop from processing their personal information. However, this may not apply in case of legal justifications.


    Since no data is secure on the Internet, does not guarantee 100% security of any information you transfer to us. Any information that you transfer to thedigitalfellow.comis done at your own risk.

    However, thedigitalfellow.comuses stringent website security measures and latest best practices to protect its website, email and mailing lists. These measures include technical, procedural, monitoring and tracking steps intended to safeguard data from misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, loss, alteration or destruction.

    Since our member and purchaser information is high priority to us, ensures all credit card information is transmitted using secure socket layer (SSL) encryption. We ensure safety by using our own best protective measures and as well as the capabilities of our software and hardware vendors.

    thedigitalfellow.comensures that working quickly to isolate the problem to restore proper functionality and minimize any inconvenience to our users incase of misuse or unauthorized program incursions.

    If necessary, will notify the relevant authorities of these incidents of misuse or unauthorized program incursions of the TDA website.


    thedigitalfellow.comcomplies with all privacy laws and regulations.

    In event of violation of the terms and conditions of the use of website or any other violation/ restriction on the use of materials provided by our website, thedigitalfellow.comwill be compelled to surrender personal user information or customer information to the legal authorities if presented by court subpoena or legal administrative order or as required by the law, rule and regulation of any country, state or applicable jurisdiction.


    Please contact if you have any query regarding our privacy policy/ statement or any use of information which you think you are concerned about. has the right to lodge a complaint/ statement to a relevant authority in case of any unresolved issues with the client.