“User” means an individual or group of people who access and use the Website Services.
“Consumer” refers to individuals or collectives who acquire or utilize Website services.
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Web beacons, also known as web bugs or image tags, are small codes embedded in web pages or emails. They are used to collect data on page views and advertising responses. Webvillee may employ web beacons to gather information about the effectiveness of its advertisements or to track user engagement with certain content. By visiting the Webvillee website and availing its services, you acknowledge and consent to the use of web beacons as described in the Cookies Policy.
Log files are files that record various non-personally identifiable information about your interactions with the Webvillee website. This information includes details such as your IP address, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time of access, referring/exit pages, and clicks. Webvillee uses log files to analyse trends, administer the site, track user movement, and gather demographic information. By accepting the practices described in the Cookies Policy, you acknowledge and consent to the collection and use of this information through log files.
At Webvillee, cookies play a vital role in enhancing the quality of service provided by the company, as well as improving the overall user experience. These small text files uniquely identify your browser and can be either temporary or permanent. Permanent cookies remain on your device until you actively delete them.
Webvillee utilizes different types of cookies to fulfil various functions. The following are the types of cookies used:
While you have the option to set your web browser to alert you about cookies or limit their use, it’s important to note that disabling cookies 4 | P a g e may result in the loss of certain functionalities on the Webvillee website and its services. The website may not be able to remember your preferences, and you may need to manually adjust settings each time you visit.
Additionally, Webvillee acknowledges that some third-party partners providing features on the website may use Local Storage Objects (LSOs) to collect and store data. LSOs are similar to cookies but operate slightly differently. These third-party partners have their own cookies and data collection practices, which are governed by their respective privacy policies. Webvillee encourages users to review the privacy policies of these third-party services to understand how their data is collected and used.
By providing this information, Webvillee aims to ensure transparency and inform users about the types of cookies used and their purposes.
At Webvillee, log files are employed to collect non-personally identifiable information for various purposes. The information gathered includes IP addresses, browser types, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamps, referring/exit pages, and clicks. These log files play a crucial role in analysing trends, administering the site, tracking user movement, and gathering demographic information.
One of the primary uses of log files is to analyse trends. By examining the data collected, Webvillee can gain insights into user behaviour, preferences, and patterns. This information helps in understanding how users interact with the website, which areas are more popular, and how the site can be optimized to enhance the user experience.
Log files also assist in administering the site effectively. They provide valuable information about server performance, error tracking, and troubleshooting. By monitoring the log files, Webvillee can identify and address any technical issues promptly, ensuring smooth operation of the website.
Tracking user movement is another purpose served by log files. They enable Webvillee to understand how users navigate through the site, the pages they visit, and the duration of their visits. This information aids in improving website design and layout, making it more user-friendly and intuitive.
Furthermore, log files contribute to gathering demographic information. While the collected data remains non-personally identifiable, it helps in understanding the general demographics of the website’s user base. This knowledge can be valuable for targeted marketing, content customization, and making informed business decisions.
It’s important to note that the information collected through log files does not include personally identifiable information (PII) such as names, addresses, or contact details. Webvillee ensures the privacy and security of user data by only collecting non-personally identifiable information through log files.
By utilizing log files in this manner, Webvillee strives to improve its website’s performance, enhance user experience, and deliver content and services that align with the preferences and needs of its users.
We provide these links or advertisements as a convenience to our users, allowing them to access additional information or services that may be of interest. However, it is essential to understand that Webvillee does not have control over the content, privacy practices, or security measures employed by these third-party services.
Any transactions or interactions you have with these third-party services are solely between you and the respective third party. Webvillee does not assume responsibility or liability for the actions, privacy practices, or content of these third parties. It is your responsibility to review and understand the privacy policies and terms of these third-party services before engaging with them.
We recommend that you exercise caution and thoroughly read the privacy policies and terms of any third-party services you interact with, as they may collect your personal information and employ their own tracking technologies, cookies, or other data collection methods. Webvillee cannot be held accountable for the actions or consequences arising from your engagement with these third parties.
We encourage our users to be mindful and take necessary precautions when navigating outside our website. While we strive to provide reliable and reputable third-party links and advertisements, it is ultimately your responsibility to assess the privacy practices and terms of these external services before proceeding with any interactions.
These Terms and Conditions, including any modifications and additional agreements entered into between you and Webvillee pertaining to the services, encompass the complete agreement regarding the services and override all prior written or verbal agreements concerning the subject matter addressed herein.
Any failure by Webvillee to enforce any term or provision of these Terms and Conditions or to exercise any right therein shall not be construed as a waiver of such term, provision, or right. The waiver of any term or provision by Webvillee shall not be deemed as a waiver of any other term, provision, or right contained herein.
The user hereby unconditionally affirms and undertakes that they have diligently perused and comprehended these Terms and Conditions, as well as all other policies governing the terms of product sales and the use of the Webvillee website. The user agrees to adhere to these terms and conditions without reservation.
The Webvillee Terms and Conditions, as well as the clauses mentioned herein, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of India. Any matters or disputes arising from these Terms and Conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Indore.
In the event of any dispute, difference, controversy, or claim (“Dispute”) arising between the Parties in relation to these Terms and Conditions, the Parties shall endeavour to resolve the Dispute through mutual negotiations and agreement. If the Dispute cannot be resolved amicably, it shall be referred to and resolved through arbitration proceedings in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 12 | P a g e 1996, or any subsequent enactment or amendment thereof (the “Arbitration Act”). The appointment of the sole arbitrator shall be made by Webvillee, and the arbitration proceedings shall take place in Indore. The decision or award rendered by the sole arbitrator shall be final and binding on both parties. The Courts at Indore shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any matters arising from these Terms and Conditions.
Cookies help you to get the most out of our website. It is certainly possible to delete and / or block cookies, however, this may cause the functionality described above to fail. For example, deleting our proprietary cookies might mean that you cannot log in and view your account pages, or purchase items from the store. Deleting third party cookies is less likely to cause a problem, but it does mean that we might be unable to generate accurate data about how our site and services are performing.