Apfet respects and understands the importance of online privacy and security and thus has established a policy based on the Information Technology Act 2000 (IT Act, 2000).
To stay updated, you are requested to refer to the official website periodically.
Web Browser Information Use
Apfet may use data your web browser passes on, such as your IP address, browser name and version, computer operating system, resources you are accessing, and the last resource visited by you. These items are recorded in the server’s log file, as is common practice with all websites. The information gathered is often analyzed to better understand what our customers want and need from a technological perspective.
The information collected thus is classified as Non-Personally Identifiable Information, meaning the information gathered does not lead to your identification. Keeping this in mind, we reserve the right to utilize and share the same with third parties. Please note that wherever non-personally identifiable and personally identifiable information is combined, we will treat the combination as personally identifiable information for as long as it remains so combined.
Data Collection; Use And Disclosure
apfet website contains areas that collect personally identifiable information which is supplied voluntarily by the users. Personnel who supply apfet with their contact information online may receive direct mail, email, or telephone contact from us with information regarding special promotions, new product releases, upcoming events, and services that may be of interest to our customers. However, the information would be handled confidentially.
We reserve the right to share personally identifiable information with some service providers and our affiliated companies. They can make use of the information to process any transactions requested by the user. The service providers can include vendors, consultants, or companies that carry out marketing services for Apfet. However, you may rest assured, as we urge our service providers to keep personally identifiable information safe and protected and to disclose or use it only for projects undertaken in the name of, or as allowed by law.
Apfet platform contains personally identifiable information that is preserved by and available to third parties – content partners, service providers, or vendors. These parties are given access to the least amount of information necessary to help them perform the tasks for which they are being engaged. These third parties have approved to preserve the confidentiality of the information and to make use of the information only for projects undertaken for Apfet, or as permitted by law.
Apfet contains ‘student educational records’. These records are protected by Apfet in line with the pertinent educational rights and the IT Act, 2000 (s.43A).
In case all or majority Apfet assets are transferred or sold to any other party, then all information, personally identifiable or not, might also be transferred to the acquiring party.
Discussion Threads And Message Boards
Discussion threads and/or message boards are available through the characteristic learning platform or any other education management system. These may also be part of Live Lesson sessions in the virtual classroom environment. The postings on the discussion threads and/or message boards, or the user’s presence on Live Lesson sessions can be read by anyone who is part of the same. Additionally, any information shared to a discussion thread and/or message boards, verbal or chat pod comment can be included in a Live Lesson session, and then it might be available and disclosed to all users of that specific discussion thread and/or message board, or live session. We do not assure the security of any information disclosed by the user on the aforementioned public forums. Therefore, any postings by the user would be at their own risk.
Online Privacy and Safety for Children
The online privacy and safety of children is a primary concern of Apfet.
Children must not provide personally identifiable information without providing prior parental consent or parental notification, which will include an opportunity for the parent to prevent the use of information and participation in the activity. Apfet never seeks any information from children below 13 years of age.
Children may not publicly post or otherwise distribute personally identifiable contact information without prior parental consent.
If any information is put out by fault, deception, or fraud, please inform Apfet immediately by reaching out to us at email@example.com.
Guardians of children under 13 years of age can ask for reviewing, editing, or prohibiting personally identifiable information about the child from being utilized by Apfet by sending an application at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that in case a request is made to exclude information from being used by Apfet, the child’s enrollment in Apfet may not continue and this might also terminate his/her participation in the Apfet program.
Links To Other Sites
Our websites may contain links to other sites. Apfet is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
Apfet provides users with the opportunity to opt-out of receiving future communications. Opt-out requests, to be effective, must be sent to email@example.com
How To Contact Us
Apfet takes sound steps to preserve user information. As efficient as the safety measures are, no security system is fully infallible; therefore, complete security of our systems or database is not guaranteed.