This document is an electronic record under the Information Technology Act, 2000, and its applicable rules. It does not require physical or digital signatures and is generated by a computer system. Published in accordance with Rule 3(1) of the Information Technology (Intermediaries guidelines) Rules, 2011, this document outlines the rules, regulations, privacy policy, and Terms of Use for accessing The domain (“Website”) is owned and operated by The Innovators Digital Ads Pvt. Ltd. (“Company”), a Private Company limited by shares, incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013. This privacy policy is effective from the date and time a user registers with, accepting the terms and conditions laid out in the Site Policy.


To provide a personalized browsing experience, the Company may collect personal information. The website may require you to complete a registration form or provide information. The User is aware that the Company/Website may automatically track certain information about the User based on the User’s IP address and behavior on the Website. This information is used for internal research on user demographics, interests, and behavior.


The Website/Company may share personal information with corporate entities and affiliates to prevent identity theft, fraud, and other illegal acts. It may also disclose information if required by law or in good faith to respond to legal processes. The User’s personal information may be disclosed to law enforcement offices, third-party rights owners, or other third parties to enforce the Terms or Policy and protect the rights, property, or personal safety of users or the public.


The user is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of their password and user identification. By using the Website and/or providing information to the Company, the User consents to the collection and use of the disclosed information in accordance with this Policy.


User information entered during transactions is encrypted to protect against unintentional disclosure to third parties.


The Parties agree to resolve disputes through a two-step Alternate Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) mechanism: Mediation: Parties will attempt to resolve disputes amicably. If unsuccessful within 30 days, the dispute will be resolved by arbitration. Arbitration: If mediation fails, the dispute will be referred to arbitration by a sole arbitrator appointed by the Company. The arbitration award will be valid and binding. The arbitration will be conducted in English, with the seat of Arbitration in the New Delhi, India. The Terms, Policy, and agreements between the Parties are governed by Indian laws, and the Courts at Delhi shall have exclusive jurisdiction over disputes.