The following describes the Privacy Policy for our blog.

About Your Privacy
At TechiGyaan, Your privacy is very important to us. We provide you this notice explaining our online information practices to better protect your privacy and so you can make choices about the way your information is collected and used here. You agree to these policies by virtue of using our blog in a way that leads to you providing us with personal information.

About State Law & Accompanying Rights
Based on where you live, please understand that you may have additional rights originating from State laws. These State-based rights may augment, strengthen, or otherwise somehow compliment any privacy rights you have inherently or under Federal law. Our policy is to comply fully with the privacy policies of every jurisdiction in which we operate. Accordingly, you are free to use our Contact information to reach us at any time to assert any State rights way that leads to you providing us with your personal information.

About Collection of Personal Information
When visiting our blog, the IP address used to access our blog may be logged along with the dates and times of access. This information is purely used to analyze trends, administer our blog, track users movement, and gather broad demographic information for internal use such as blog improvement and statistical assessments. Most importantly, any recorded IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.

Other information may be collected as well by TechiGyaan, which is rather typical of most blogs. For instance, the source that referred you to our blog is generally known. Likewise, your duration on our blog, and your destination when you leave our blog can also be tracked. Other common data collected includes the type of operating system the computer you are using to access our blog has. Similarly, the type of web browsers are often noted. Again, this is common data collection, and helps ultimately produce a better end-user experience.

Cookies are another common internet practice. Cookies are a key means of improving user experience by allows us to customize your use of our blog. Simple information is transferred to your computer to allow the content and experience at to reflect your actions, preferences and so on. You should simply make the assumption, our blog uses cookies and note that you are free to make adjustments in your web browser to disable these or otherwise receive notification of cookies so you can take whatever desired action you so choose. Please understand that refusing cookies may cripple some of our blog features and render some aspects useless to you.

At times, you will be fully aware of information received, as you are the direct source providing it. For instance, you may comment on a blog post, reply to an email (whether broadcast message or autoresponder), provide an email address, complete a survey, requests SMS or otherwise. Likewise, purchases necessarily involve collecting certain information, such as credit card information, Paypal addresses, your physical address for billing and/or shipping, phone number, and so on. Refusing to provide some of this information may lead to us being unable to provide you with the products or services you’ve requested.

A prime example of limited access to our blog is where some content may be protected by a username and password. Whether a username and password is generated by our blog or created by you, these will almost always be connected with some other information related or connected with you. This is true since much content that is protected on the internet is subscription based, often paid for. Thus, the username and password must necessarily be tied to your other account data. Usernames and passwords, by their very nature, should be kept private.

About Handling of Personal Information
Note that any personal information you provide to others apart from us or our vendors is wholly optional. As an example, you might disclose something in a blog post comment. That “private” information is now “public,” and we have no control over that. In like fashion, you sharing information with any other third party not functioning as a service provider to us puts that information beyond our control and becomes subject to the policy that party has in place.

Our primary intention for collecting personal and private information from you is simply to conduct our business. We can use this internally to better serve you. Accordingly, we see no reason to share your personal information to other parties and outside interests unless you have authorized us to do so. Of course, there are instances where your information is stored with third party service providers, such as email service providers, as they provide services that are industry-leading in quality and security and are far more beneficial to our end user than attempting such services “in-house.” However, you are never required to deal with any such third party directly, they are limited in how they use your information, and they cannot sell or transfer it to others in any way.

However, of course, your information does comprise part of an overall whole. This aggregate of information, by contrast, may be used to understand our overall user base. Further, we may share this information about our blog visitors as a whole, not individually, with third parties for various purposes, in our sole discretion.

While we are staunch privacy advocates at TechiGyaan, there are times when even we may be forced to abandon these ideals. Just as major search engines face ongoing compulsion to provide data against their will, so too may the same occur with our blog. Illegal activity or other serious acts or allegations could create legal liability for our blog. In those cases, we reserve the right to share your information, or else may simply be compelled to do so by law. On the other hand, there may be times when we would need to share your private information in order to protect our own interests. For instance, in cases of suspected or alleged copyright infringement or other intellectual property violations, it may be necessary to share personal information.

About Google Adsense and the DoubleClick DART Cookie
Google, as a third party advertisement vendor, may use cookies to serve ads on this blog. The use of DART cookies by Google enables them to serve adverts to visitors that are based on their visits to this blog, including past visits, as well as other blogs on the internet.

To opt out of the DART cookies you may visit the Google ad and content network privacy policy by clicking here. Tracking of users through the DART cookie mechanisms are subject to Google’s own privacy policies.

Other Third Party ad servers or ad networks may also use cookies to track users activities on this blog to measure advertisement effectiveness and other reasons that will be provided in their own privacy policies, our blog TechiGyaan has no access or control over these cookies that may be used by third party advertisers. However, you can opt out of some, though likely not all, of these cookies in one easy location at or visit

About Links to Third Party Blogs
We have included links on this blog for your use and reference. We are not responsible for the privacy policies on these blogs. You should be aware that the privacy policies of these blogs may differ from our own.

ABOUT CHANGE NOTICE: As with any of our administrative and legal notice pages, the contents of this page can and will change over time. Accordingly, this page could read differently as of your very next visit. These changes are necessitated, and carried out by TechiGyaan, in order to protect you and our blog. If this page is important to you, you should check back frequently as no other notice of changed content will be provided either before or after the change takes effect.

ANY QUESTIONS/COMMENTS/CONCERNS: If you have any questions about the contents of this page, or simply wish to reach us for any other reason, you may do so by using our Contact information.

Last Updated On 1st April, 2014.