Privacy and data protection principles followed by Aiviq Technologies
With “You”, we’re addressing our customers, sales prospects, service users, or people whose information is there on our servers.
We keep your information for as long as we require it and if we ever feel that it is no longer needed for us to keep your data, we may dispose all of it in a secure manner.
If any user ever wants to get forgotten from our records, they can be at any time. For that, they just need to contact us and we’ll happily assist them with their needs.
Securing the personal information of every single individual is the highest and the most important priority of our data retention practices. Analytical and Customer relationship management software which we’re using are utilized and trusted by many well-reputed companies.
We also have a regular check on vulnerabilities (time to time) to bypass any security and data leakage problems thereof.
If you’ve any query ongoing in your mind in regard to data security and retention of your information, reach out to us anytime. We assure to provide you with the right solution.
“Cookie” is a small file having a code which site or service has on the browser whenever you use it. This cookie file is used to know you whenever you use that website or service.
Aiviq Technologies Infotech uses first and third party cookies to save your time and optimize the users’ experience.
Aside from user preference, cookies help us know the browsing pattern of yours on Aiviq Technologies and let us know parts of our site which are most commonly utilized. Further, it also helps us know other information like browser and device information, the geographical location of our user, their IP address, their referring sites, etc. for logical purpose.
Our other top priority is the protection of children while they are using the Internet. At Aiviq Technologies, we urge guardians and parents to have a cross-check over the activities their children are performing while carrying out an online activity.
Aiviq Technologies never asks for any personal identifiable information from children who are below the age of 13 years. However, if you think there’s something alike this happened with your children then we urge you to directly contact with us so that we can have a look into it.