Thank you for visiting our website. Your privacy is important to us and this document describes what information we collect from you, as well as how we use and protect that data. We are committed to meeting the requirements of the following laws and codes: The Pakistan’s General Data Protection Regulation and Personal Data Protection Bill 2018. We may update our terms from time to time, so you should check this document periodically to ensure you are happy with any changes. We will notify you of any major alterations. You can also find the latest update time at the end of this page.
This relates to information you choose to send to us; this usually contains identifiable information sent via webforms or emails. The following are the primary methods through which you submit information through our website. We use personal information to identify you on site where necessary (such as when logged into your website account or place orders through the site); to respond appropriately to website enquiries or transactions; to save your website preferences. We may also occasionally use your contact details to contact you with information relevant to your activity on site, for example to email our account holder about changes to operational information. We will not contact you with marketing information unless you have opted into receiving this kind of information. We may solicit information from you via the following methods: Contact Forms Comments on Content Direct Emails from between you and us
While you are on our site, we may collect information about your visit. We do this in order to track and analyse visitor trends and improve our service to you. The following details the primary means we employ to record this data. Server Logs: As is standard practice, any visit made to this site is logged by our webserver in order to provide general statistics about the site’s visitor demographic. The information collected in our server log will contain, at most, the following details:
Your public IP address (which may be shared by others in your house or even neighbourhood. It can also be masked using proxies, as detailed above).
The time you visited the page (accurate to one (1) second).
Whether you had just submitted a form (the request method, either GET or POST).
Whether the server sent the page successfully (a 3 digit status code).
The size of the page or image you viewed.
The address of the page you were on before, if you followed a link or submitted a form from that page.
he browser and version you are using (though some browsers can mask this information).