Design Studio is all about crafting a memorable experience. And this also includes the safety and concern about your privacy. In order to provide you with the best possible services, we might have to request a few personal details from you at times. To know how we collect, use or protect your data, you are requested to read this thoroughly.
The SPI Rules defines “personal information” as any information that relates to a person, which, directly or indirectly, in combination with other available information, is capable of identifying a person. Information that is freely available in the public domain or accessible under the Right to Information Act, 2005 or any other law will not be regarded as sensitive personal data or information.
The SPI rules further define “sensitive personal data or information” of a person as information relating to:
Any information that the User is willing to provide for better services can be collected via the details provided by the User. This also includes data collected through the usage of the services. Details provided by the User can include personal information like name, address (residential or email), contact number, and other such data which is required for the efficient use of the services provided by the Company. In general, the user can browse the website without revealing any personal information. However, the anonymity of a User depends on the amount of information provided by them. Where possible, we indicate which fields are required and which fields are optional. The User always has the option of not providing information by choosing not to use a particular service or feature. The information collected also includes basic information about the device from which the services are being used. This includes the hardware model, operating system, unique identification number associated with the device and the like.
The aim of collecting the said information is to identify the needs of the User, and thus provide better bespoke services. User discretion is asked before using such information for any other purposes than those set out in this Policy. The information which will be shared by the User themselves through us will not be considered as making private information public.
Disclosure may be necessary to provide Users access to our services, to comply with our legal obligations, to enforce our User agreement, to prevent, detect, mitigate, and investigate fraudulent or illegal activities related to our services. Such personal information, when shared with third parties, shall be subject to strict confidentiality agreements.
We may disclose personal information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such disclosure is reasonably necessary to respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal process.
In order to secure the information provided to us by our Users, we review the processing and storage practices along with the information collected to guard against unauthorised access into the data collected in our systems. Furthermore, user information is protected by subjecting our employees and agents who process such information to strict confidentiality agreements, where if they fail to comply with it, such non compliance shall lead to heavy penalties or legal proceedings, depending upon the gravity of the situation.
We provide all our users with the opportunity to opt-out of sharing information that may be sensitive to them. However, this may result in opting out of certain services that may be dependent on this information.