Last Updated in March 2014
Privacy is an important consideration for Saksham Trust and we are committed to protecting the privacy of all visitors to this site.
No Personal Information Required
To access the base content on our site, you will not be required to provide any personal information. However, we use Google Analytics to measure website traffic and improve our website design, and Google does use a cookie to collect anonymous traffic tracking data. We do not collect personally identifiable data from users based on visits to our web pages. However, if a visitor registers with us or sends us an email, we will have access to additional information and discuss such cases in more detail below.
General Information for Casual Visitors
When you request information from our website, the web server uses your IP address to communicate with you, and this minimal information is always retained for a period of time on our server. Your computer can be identified from the IP address while you are connected to the Internet, although it normally would not identify you individually as the user. As a matter of course, our site will automatically gather certain general information such as the number of visitors on the site and the most frequently visited areas. However, this information cannot be used to identify you personally. We use this aggregate information to try to improve the site, making it more useful and usable.
Personal Information of some Saksham Trust Users
The website showcases some important user experiences which might benefit other potential Saksham Trust user�s. Please note that whatever minimal personal information about the user is shared has been done after the user�s consent.
Information for Other Visitors:
If you choose to send us email messages, we will use the messages only to respond to them and will not share them with anyone, unless you give us explicit permission to do so or by order of an appropriate court of law directing us to do so.
No Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
We don�t sell or provide our donor lists to third parties, other than those we use for specific support of Saksham Trust efforts (such as Google Analytics and Phoenix) and who have agreed to not provide such information to other third parties. As a general requirement of law, we will respond to documents in a legal proceeding, such as court orders or subpoenas, if we receive any.