with your use of our websites, emails, and mobile applications ("Service"). The terms "we", "us", "our", and "Squapl" refer
to Squapl India. When you use the Service, you consent to our collection, use, and disclosure of information about you as
We really, truly care about your privacy and we collect information in the following two ways.
Information we get from your use of the network.
Your web browser tells us stuff like your approximate location and how you use the site. Information we get from your use of the
network is primarily non-personally-identifying information of the sort that web browsers, servers, and services like Google Analytics
typically make available, such as the browser type, language preference, referring site, and the time of each visit.
Other non-identifying information that we might have access to includes how you use the service, your approximate location, cookies.
Cookies: When you visit our Service, we may place “cookies” on your computer to recognize you. We do this to store your preferences,
collect statistical data and track your use of our Service.
Cookies are widely used, and most web browsers are configured initially to accept cookies automatically. If you prefer not to accept
cookies, you may adjust and configure your browser settings accordingly. However, if you turn off cookies, or refuse to accept a
request to place a cookie, some features and services on the Service may not function properly.
Your browser also gives us your IP address, which could identify you, but we don’t use it to do that. When you use the network, we also
collect potentially personally identifying information in the form of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. But we don’t use that information
to identify you, and we handle and disclose these addresses in the same way we handle other potentially personally identifying information
as described below.
Information you provide to us directly.
We ask visitors who sign up for squapl.com to provide a username and email address. And we don't share or disclose the email address
or password with anyone.
Information You Choose to Display Publicly on the Network
If you decide to post personal information in the public parts of our sites, it’s public. Some users may elect to publicly post
personally identifying or sensitive information about themselves in their normal use of the network. This could occur through use
of the optional profile fields, in question or answer posts, or when an individual posts etc. Information like that, which is
voluntarily posted in publicly visible parts of the network, is considered to be public.