- Data collected and used by Indycall
- Goals and ways of using the data
- Disclosure of your personal information
- Websites and software of third persons
- Inviolability of your personal data
- Communication with you
- Introduction of amendments to the Confidentiality Regulations
- Communication with Indycall
1. DATA COLLECTED AND USED BY INDYCALL
When installing and using the Indycall mobile application, you agree to authorise Indycall app to obtain and use the following information:
- Information on your location, received from your mobile communication operator or your mobile device.
- Information from the address book on your mobile device. This data is used only for application operations; address book data is never sent to the Indycall servers.
- Access tokens for other accounts, which are linked with your Indycall account, such as electronic keys provided by the service used for user identification instead of entering a password.
- Data on your mobile device, such as its manufacturer, model number, operating system, screen parameters, interface language settings.
2. GOALS AND WAYS OF USING THESE DATA
The main goal of collecting this information is to secure a reliable, flawless and efficient service that meets your requirements. Indycall, when acting independently or using the services of third persons, collects and uses your personal data in the allowable volume, which is required in order to:
Securing voice communication with telephone-network users;
Provide technical support and eliminate failures;
Adapt, evaluate and improve Indycall software;
Organise and hold marketing and advertising campaigns, operations and other similar events conducted by Indycall;
Offer some functions of Indycall for free, due to advertising support;
3. DISCLOSURE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Except for in the cases described below, Indycall undertakes not to sell, provide for use, exchange or otherwise transfer your personal data and/or data about your traffic or the content of your conversations without your direct approval, unless this is required by valid laws or ordered by competent bodies.
We may read, disclose and keep personal data, including your confidential content (for instance, a history of your calls), in good faith in the belief that it is required in order to: To be in compliance with the valid laws or reply to a legally valid subpoena from competent bodies, including law enforcement bodies or other public authorities; to protect our clients, for instance, to prevent spam or fraud with regard to our users or to prevent death or serious injuries; to use and upkeep the security system of our websites, products and services, including to prevent or stop attacks on our computer systems or networks; or to protect our rights or property, including provision of observation of the terms regulating the usage of Indycall.
Indycall, its local partner, communication operator or another company which provides communication, may present your personal data, data of your calls to authorized judiciary, law enforcement or public authorities, having received legally justified inquiries from them. In the event of receiving such an inquiry, Indycall must undertake due measures for collaboration and present the required information; herewith you give your approval to the disclosure of such required data.
Information, which is collected by or sent to Indycall, may be stored and processed in the Republic of India, as well as in another country where equipment of the company or its affiliated or subsidiary companies or providers is installed. In view of this or for the purpose of information exchange or data transfer in accordance with Article 4 of this document, Indycall retains the right to transfer information beyond the borders of your country. The fact that you use the Indycall application means you agree to any transfer of information beyond the borders of your country.
Advertising of Indycall or third persons in the Indycall application or on the Indycall webpage.
Indycall and our Partners in advertising distribution may use some information, not containing personal data transferred to Indycall, such as your device model, software version, country and geolocation, in order to forward you the advertisements that can be of most interest to you, as well as to evaluate the effect of advertising events and increase their efficiency.
5. WEBSITES AND SOFTWARE OF THIRD PERSONS
The Indycall application may display links that help you to get access to other websites, without leaving the Indycall application. Websites, which the links guide you to, are not controlled by Indycall and their usage is regulated by other confidentiality regulations. The effect of the Confidentiality Regulations extends exclusively to personal data obtained through the usage of the Indycall application and received as a result of the relations existing between you and Indycall. Indycall strongly recommends you to take care when disclosing your personal data on the internet. Indycall does not bear responsibility for activities of other websites.
6. INVIOLABILITY OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
Indycall undertakes to take all required organizational and technical measures to protect the provided personal data and data on calls, by observing all obligations and exceptions imposed by the valid laws.
The Indycall application has no age limitations, though it is not recommended to be used by children under 13 years of age. Indycall recommends parents to follow the usage of internet and smartphone applications by their children, in order to prevent the disclosure of any data by a child without the permission of the parents.
9. COMMUNICATION WITH INDYCALL
To communicate with Indycall on issues regarding its mobile application, please forward your queries to the Client Service Department by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.