We at corridor.law consider your privacy and consent integral to our operation. We have a strict and comprehensive privacy policy that enumerates the kind of data/information we collect from you and the manner of its collection, storage, usage and disclosure. The privacy policy primarily concerns your data/information collected or submitted (hereinafter “privacy policy” or “policy”) on our website -- https://corridor.law/ and the app -- corridor.law. The website and the app will be collectively referred to as the “platform” henceforth. Any references to “we”, “our” or “us” in this policy shall mean the platform and/or CORRIDOR.LEGAL PRIVATE LIMITED, and any references to “you”, “your” or “user” shall mean any person or entity using our platform.

In compliance with data privacy laws in India and best practices from across the world, corridor.law has adopted this policy. corridor.law shall predominantly use this data to deliver the services offered on the platform, to inform you of changes to the platform or your account on the platform, to prevent illegal or potentially prohibited conduct, and to enforce our terms of use (the “terms”) which incorporate this privacy policy by reference.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, this privacy policy does not apply to information that is gathered or collected offline. By using the platform and/or submitting information to the platform, you agree to the practices described in this privacy policy. This privacy policy is intended to provide you with a clear explanation of how, when and why we collect and use your data. Nothing in this policy is intended to override the terms of any contract you have with us or any rights you have under applicable data privacy laws. Please read the entire policy and make sure you fully understand our practices before using our services. If you do not agree with our practices you may not use our platform. If you have any questions after fully reading the policy, please contact us at: hello@corridor.law.

1. Information we collect a) Unidentified and non-identifiable information (“anonymous information”): It does not enable corridor.law to identify the visitor from whom it was collected. The anonymous information that corridor.law may collect consists of: (1) the date, time and length of your visit, including how much content you viewed (in the aggregate); (2) your internet browser, operating system or internet service provider; and (3) what parts of the application you used and for how long. corridor.law may aggregate, use and share anonymous information with third parties for marketing and advertising purposes. b) Log-in data and additional personal information: The information you submit to become a member of corridor.law, which may be used by us to screen your application and send announcements. Your first and last name, email address, place of work and other personal identifiers in our form are considered individually identifiable information, meaning information that can identify an individual or may with reasonable efforts lead to the identification of an individual (“pii”). If any anonymous information is linked to pii, it is treated as pii as long as the connection exists. c) Content you share: This comprises of all the information you make available to other users via the platform, including but not limited to, any quotes, images, political opinions, religious views, etc, your activity and other interactions with/on the platform including but not limited to, like, share, follow, upload, save, etc. d) Messaging Data: The content of any communications and interactions between you and another user or us when you use any direct messaging feature on the platform. This is for the purposes of having continuous conversations and an enhanced user experience. This data is stored on your device, the devices of the users that you have sent communications to, and on our contracted servers. However we do not read, check or examine any of your messaging data. We also do not disclose this data to any third parties.

2. How is information collected? corridor.law collects information about you for the purposes of providing services and email updates, improving the platform and its user experience, and any related activity. Information is collected in four ways: a) Information that your browser or device sends us whenever you visit the platform ("Log Data"). This Log Data includes information such as your Internet Protocol ("IP") address, geolocation and geospatial data, browser details, domain servers, device ID and model number, details of your operating system, and other related information. We also collect data regarding your activity and interactions with our platform, which includes your visits on our pages and other similar usage related statistics to enhance your experience of corridor.law. b) Information you provide corridor.law when you register for our services or apply to become a member, we collect the pii you provide to us. We also store all communications you have directly with us and with other users on the corridor.law applications or platforms. c) Information collected automatically through accessing the app, interacting with it, uploading and downloading information from/to it, opening any link either directly through the app or with the help of any third-party services such as cookies. d) Information obtained from outside sources such as cookies and third-party services. Learn more about this information in Section 5 below.

3. Why is information collected? We use the information we collect (both anonymous information and pii) to operate and improve our platforms, customer support and services and enhance user experiences. This may include correspondence regarding your membership, efforts to improve and develop our services, customer assistance and technical support, creation of aggregated statistical data that corridor.law or its partners may use to provide or improve their respective services, and improvement of data and fraud security capabilities.

corridor.law will not sell, license or otherwise disclose your pii except as stated herein, or under the following circumstances: a) you have given your consent; b) you have been notified of the disclosure in this privacy policy; c) for the enforcement of our privacy policy, terms, customer guidelines and such other formal documents and for the protection of the platform, its customers and others; d) we are compelled by law, legal process or court orders; e) disclosure is required to identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may cause harm to, or interfere with corridor.law’s rights, property, users, members, or anyone else; or f) users of the platform may be amongst transferred assets during any change in title of corridor.law.

4. Where is information stored? corridor.law uses industry standard technologies to safeguard your data (both anonymous data and pii) from unauthorized use and disclosure, and to prevent it from security breaches. The data is stored with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, on their servers located in India and abroad. Microsoft Azure has its own privacy policy and security measures to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of this data.

5. Cookies and third-party providers Some features on the platform may contain “cookies” or similar technologies. A cookie is a small data file stored by your internet browser, provided that your computer is set to accept cookies. Cookies help improve the user experience by identifying and gathering information about a user, their browser and preferences for websites they have already visited. The use of cookies allows us to better understand how our users interact with the site so we can work to improve your user experience. Most modern internet browsers allow you to change your settings to prevent the storage of new cookies, receive warnings prior to their storage, or to delete cookies from your computer altogether. Please review your browser’s instructions for more information. Please be aware that if you choose to disable cookies, some portions of the site may cease functioning properly.

This privacy policy does not apply to third parties who gather information directly from you to provide content on this site and other websites. The site may embed or contain links and content for third party websites. corridor.law cannot control and is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of any other website. corridor.law is therefore not liable for your use of and exposure to such third-party websites and any content they contain. You should familiarize yourself with the privacy policies and terms of use of these third parties to better understand their information management policies. If you choose to opt in to receive communications from a third party, any information you provide to said third party, will be subject to the privacy policy of the third party. If you later decide to opt out, you should contact the third party directly.

Children and privacy: We do not collect or maintain information of those we actually know are children. No part of our platform is structured to attract children. corridor.law is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations regarding children within India.

6. Changes to this policy Changes to the privacy policy will be posted on this page with the modification date. The changes will be effective as of that modification date. Your continued use of the platform after such modification shall be deemed to be your acceptance of those modifications and shall constitute your agreement to comply with the privacy policy, as modified. Last modified: March 2021.

Incorporation by reference:

Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, and Community and Publishing Guidelines shall be read together, and together be referred to as the “user agreement” or "User Agreement".

Last Modification. This Privacy Policy was last modified on March 28, 2021.