Changes to the Internet Privacy Statement
As our institute, membership, and benefits change from time to time, the Internet Privacy Statement is also expected to change. We hold the right to amend the Internet privacy statement at any time, for any reason. We will post a notice that the Internet policy statement has been amended by revising the ‘last Updated’ date on the bottom of this page. In case of any queries or question about the Internet Privacy Statement, send us an e-mail. However, please note that we can’t process opt-out requests sent to this e-mail address.
What information we collect and how we use it?
When you browse our website and do not interact with the site for any queries or information, you browse anonymously. When you browse, personal information such as your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address is not collected. When you become a registered user on our website, apply for membership, participate in online surveys, or leave information on query page, we collect certain personal information from you. The type of personal information collected will vary but includes name, address, phone number, birth date, e-mail address, and other demographic information.
We do not collect social security numbers and the type of information we collect depends on the service you seek.
Tracking activity on our Website
We know how our website is used by anonymous visitors and visitors who interact with our site. One way of tracking this is ‘cookies’. A cookie is a small file or string of text on the site user’s computer which is used for assisting in web navigation. There are two types of commonly used cookies. The session cookie is created by the website when you access it. It is automatically deleted by closing the browser. A persistent cookies is the one that gets stored in the hard drive of the user’s computer for the period of time chosen by the website that has set the cookie, which is usually a number of years, unless you delete it manually.
This policy aims at distinguishing between short-lived cookies and long-lasting cookies. Short-lived cookies include all the session cookies and persistent cookies which are set to be stored for not more than a week. Our website may require the user to accept short-lived cookies so that the website can function properly. Long-lasting cookies can be used on the website for tracking visitor practices.
Cookies are also essential for site administration and security. Another way we track site activity is via transparent electronic images known as ‘clear GIFs’, ‘Web bugs’, or ‘Web beacons’ on the site’s web page. These images help in counting the number of users who visit the page from banner ads outside our website or via e-mail links.
How we use personal information?
- Register you for program you have requested - Process, fulfill, and follow-up on membership application - Answer your online requests or e-mails - Sending information requested by you - Send and process surveys - Make sure that Our website is relevant for you - Deliver services such as newsletters, meetings, and events - Notify you about new offers, services, programs and events
How we use your e-mail address?
The following defines how e-mail of people who have supplied their ids to Sarvodaya yoga schoolwill be used.
Sarvodaya yoga school may send informational messages to members and potential students. However, we don’t share, trade, sell, exchange or rent your e-mail address to vendors so that they can market their products and services to you. If we hire vendors to send e-mails on our behalf, they are under agreement and restricted from using your e-mail address for any other purpose.
When Sarvodaya yoga schoolsends e-mail to you, we are able to figure out information about your e-mail address such as if you can view graphic-rich HTML e-mail. If your e-mail address is HTML-enables, we may send you graphic-rich HTML e-mail messages. These e-mail messages may include ‘clear GIFs’ or ‘web beacons’ for measuring the effectiveness so we can know how to serve you better. We do not collect personally identifiable information through clear GIFs or web beacons.
How to opt-out of e-mail?
For opting out of an e-mail list, go to the Sarvodaya yoga schoole-newsletter sign-up page. You can also click the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the bottom of any newsletter from Sarvodaya yoga school. You can also call us and request to be removed from the mailing list.
With whom we may share information
Sarvodaya yoga school occasionally may hire other companies to provide services on our behalf such as mailing and answering customer questions, consulting services, data modeling, sending postal emails and processing event registration. We provide these companies only information that they need for delivering the service. They are restricted from using the information for any other purpose.
Sarvodaya yoga school may disclose your personal information if required by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is required to:
a. Conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process served on Sarvodaya yoga school b. Protect and defend the rights or property of Sarvodaya yoga school c. Protect the personal safety of Sarvodaya yoga school personnel or members of the public in urgent circumstances Children under 13
We do not knowingly solicit data online from children under the age of 13.
Sarvodaya yoga school follows security measures for protecting against unauthorized alteration or unauthorized access, disclosure or destruction of data. We restrict access to personal information to Sarvodaya yoga school's business partners who may need to know that information for operating, developing, and improving our services. These individuals are bound by confidentiality obligations and may be subject to discipline, including termination and criminal prosecution, if they fail to meet these obligations.
Linking to other Internet sites
You need to know that other internet sites that link to Sarvodaya yoga school’s site or e-mail may contain privacy provisions which differ from the provisions of this Internet Privacy Statement. For ensuring the protection of your privacy, we advise you to review their privacy statements as well.