AAC collects user’s details, email, phone number, device identification number, device information, device configuration, peripherals, etc. AAC stores the user contents in its servers.
AAC shall take all reasonable care to secure user Content and user information as shared by the user during accessing the services. Here the term, “Confidential Information” means all confidential information disclosed by a party that is clearly marked and designated as “Confidential”.
AAC takes reasonable measures to help protect user information. However, it must be understood that no digital tool, website or mobile application is absolutely secure. The user Content is stored in cloud with reasonable security measures that protects user’s Content from loss, theft, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration and destruction.
The user information are stored and accessed with proper control and restriction with reasonable measures for guarding personal information collected by AAC from you. However, we provide no guarantee that the information protection measures are impenetrable.
User and Device Information
The information collected directly from user are: name, username, email address, picture, postal address, location, phone number, information about data storage preferences, employer’s name, job title and contact number.
The information collected when user accessed our service using the digital or mobile device includes: hardware model, operating system and version, unique device identifiers, mobile network information camera, photo gallery, cellular data and geographical location.
Use of Information
The user information is primarily used to provide, operate, maintain and improve the basic Services. Secondarily, this information is used for sending technical notices, updates, security alerts and support, for monitor and analyze of trends, usage, and activities.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computing device by your browser when you use the AAC Web Services.
The cookies normally contain name of the AAC server the cookie was sent from and the actual lifetime of the cookie and a randomly generated unique number.
We also use Google Anaytics cookies for statistical analysis of user’s activity in our website for improvement of our services.
We also use Third-Party plug-in and cookies with an intention for making our website user friendly. These Third-Party cookies may include the cookies form social network plug-in. AAC cannot read these cookies and the responsibility lies with such third parties with their cookies. Users may check the cookie policies of these third-party websites.
If you want to remove certain cookies, or block them from being stored in your browser, it is possible to arrange this through your browser settings for cookies. You can find these settings under the Privacy tab in the Preferences section of most browsers. Here you can specify your cookie preferences or remove cookies. Please note that if you remove or refuse AAC cookies, the service might not function in optimal form.
THE COOKIES USED BY AAC IS ONLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING OUR SERVICES AND MAKING THE WEBSITE USER FRIENDLY. THE COOKIES ARE NOT USED TO REVEAL YOUR IDENTITY OR PERSONALLY IDENTIFYING INFORMATION. WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER ARISING FROM THE USE OF THIS SITE OR FROM ANY COOKIES INCLUDING THIRD PARTY COOKIES UPLOADED IN YOUR COMPUTING DEVICE THROUGH THIS SITE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
We try our best to provide you an exceptional service. If you have any question, or you find anything wrong or missing, please send an email with the details to: email@example.com.
Last updated on 28 December 2017.
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