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Policy on Privacy and Cookies

NewZ Daddy reserves the right to update or change these privacy policies and the newsletter at any time.

What is the purpose of this policy?

This Policy outlines how we protect and handle any information you supply to us, including through our websites, mobile apps, email and social media communications, and phone and in-person interactions. It also applies to any information we obtain from third parties. It also gives you an outline of the rights you have in relation to how we use your information.

We may use your information as indicated in this Policy if you use our products and services, such as browsing our websites, registering, or signing in.

NewZ Daddy is an Indian media conglomerate that owns some of the country’s most well-known brands, including the NewZ Daddy and application.

These brands are all trading names of NewZ Daddy, which is the data controller under data protection legislation.

Information we’ve gathered: Information you’ve given us:

When you create an online account, subscribe to one of our titles, reply to one of our promotions, order or register your interest in one of our items, or leave a comment under an article, we collect information about you. This could be done using a web browser, an app, a phone call, or a letter.

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For the purpose of providing services

We may handle your information if you use our websites, apps, or other products and services for the purposes of providing you with such products and services and managing our relationship with you, which may include (but is not limited to):

In order to Communicate

We may use your information to send you direct marketing communications in compliance with your preferences and data protection legislation. This may include information about our products and services, events, and special offers sent by mail, phone, email, or SMS.  We may also send you occasional emails about your selected services, notify you of promotional offers that you might be interested in, and notify you of any changes to our products and services if we have your permission.


The following is the legal basis for processing this data: Legitimate Interests/Consent

Personalization/discovering your passions

When you visit/use one of our sites/apps, we may use your information to offer you with a more personalised experience, as well as for insight and marketing purposes. We personalise your experience by using data you supply, cookies, IP addresses, web beacons, and other similar technologies in conjunction with the devices you use. We will be able to present you with editorial content and/or advertising that is more relevant to your interests as a result of this. More information on our use of cookies and related technologies, as well as how to modify your settings, can be found in Section 10 below. This processing activity has the following legal basis: Consent For insight and marketing purposes, we may also overlay demographic and lifestyle data to assist us understand what you might be interested in (also known as “profiling”). Data is compiled from a variety of sources, including publicly accessible information and information obtained via surveys and polls in which you have given permission for your information to be shared.

For more information on these partners and how to opt-out of having your data shared with us for profiling purposes from these sources, go here.

This processing activity has the following legal basis: Legitimate Objectives

Advertising that is tailored to your needs

Some of our websites and apps are supported by advertising. Some advertising is “contextual,” which means it is displayed in relation to the webpage you are currently viewing. Other advertising is shown to you based on your likely interests, which are deduced from your device’s browsing history. This is known as “online behavioural advertising.” Cookies and other similar technologies are used to collect this information. Please see Section 10 on Cookies below for additional information on how to modify your personalised advertising settings. We occasionally enable advertisers to place ads directly on our website and apps that are personalised to you based on information they’ve collected, such as your browsing history on their own websites. Other times, we’ll arrange for adverts to be shown to our customers on our own or other websites or apps. These ads are customised to you based on information we’ve gathered from your browsing on our websites and applications through cookies.

When we arrange for our customers to be shown advertisements, we use technological and contractual mechanisms to protect your cookie data and to ensure that advertisers and other website owners do not use your browsing data for other purposes, such as linking online behavioural advertising data with your contact information, unless you have given the advertiser or other website your express permission to do so. Our advertising systems have no knowledge of who you are or your contact information when you are shown an advertisement (such as your name, email address or postal address). Demographic data from your registration on our websites and apps (such as your age, gender, and city) may be used to customise the advertising we show you. Advertisers do not have access to your demographic data. We may also use social media sites to target advertisements to customers who have registered for our products and services.

This processing activity has the following legal basis: Consent

Services that are depending on your location

Your precise location will be determined either from a lookup of your IP address in a “GeoIP” database which lists information provided by your ISP (usually your closest town or borough) or directly from the device (such as through GPS or Wifi on mobile devices) where you have granted permission for us to access this location information via your device settings. We utilise this information to give you a more personalised and relevant experience when you visit our websites/apps.


We may use certain information (such as the websites you visit and the adverts you see or click on) to assist advertisers and other promotional partners in determining the efficacy and distribution of their ads and promotions.

This processing activity has the following legal basis: Consent/Legitimate Interests

Increasing the quality of our services and goods

Your information may be used to track and enhance our goods, content, and services. This could include (but is not limited to): – improving the look and style of our products and services – conducting statistical, technological, and logistical analyses to guide our strategic planning — preventing disruptive use and ensuring that our products and services are secure If you register on one of our websites or apps, we may combine your information with that of other customers to optimise our advertising systems.

This processing activity has the following legal basis: Legitimate Objectives

Legal foundations for data processing

Contract: We need to process certain of your data to fulfil our contractual obligations to you. For example, making certain that the things you purchase can be delivered to you.

Transfers to third nations are described in detail, as well as the safeguards that are in place.

Contractual constraints will apply to any entity that has access to your information while delivering services on our behalf to ensure that it protects your information and complies with applicable data protection legislation. We enter into EU approved model contracts with these organisations when they are based outside of the EEA in a jurisdiction that has not been recognised suitable by the EU. This ensures that appropriate protections are in place.

Account termination and data retention

We keep your information for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it was acquired. This is decided on a case-by-case basis and is based on factors such the nature of the data submitted, why it was acquired, the legal basis we use to handle the data, and our relevant legal or operational retention requirements. For example, even if you request that your account be deleted, we must store some information for fraud prevention, financial auditing, and legal liability for any comments written or otherwise.

Children and teenagers

Children are not the target audience for our websites, applications, or other products and services. We do not specifically target, aim to collect, or intentionally collect or process information from children under the age of thirteen. We ask that you do not give us with any personal information and do not use our websites or apps if you are under the age of 13. If you are the parent or guardian of a child under the age of 13, please notify us if you believe your kid has used our websites or applications without your permission or has otherwise contributed information to us. Within a reasonable time, we shall delete or stop processing your child’s personal information. If you are under the age of 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, or 18, we ask that you get permission from your parent or guardian before giving us your information or using our websites or apps. We may keep your information for a reasonable period of time to ensure that we do not approach you in the future, in accordance with industry best practise recommendations.


Cookies and other similar technologies may be used to gather information when you visit our websites and apps. What exactly are cookies and how do they function? When you visit a website, little files called cookies are downloaded to your computer or mobile device. Every time you visit the site again, your browser sends these cookies back to the website so that it can recognise you. This enables websites to customise the content you see on the screen. Do you use any other technologies that work in the same way as cookies?

We utilise Google Double Click to help us provide relevant ads using cookies. To learn more about Google Double Click, go here. These cookies are also used by us to:

Know how many adverts we serve, how many times they are clicked or hovered over with the mouse pointer, how many advertisements we show to each user, and how many consumer actions they produce.

see how customers arrive at a sale or other action page on an advertiser’s website. This enables us to track how many purchases or activities we generate for a particular advertising client, and thus how effective our marketing is.

Before presenting an ad on a page, we frequently use technology that scans it for vulgar, sensitive, and potentially brand-negative themes in order to protect our advertisers’ brands. This is referred to as “ad verification.”

When using a mobile device, click ‘Limit Ad Tracking’ in the Settings of your Apple iPhone or iPad, or “Opt out of interest-based ads” in the Settings of your Android device to opt out of getting online behavioural advertising. In the Settings on your Apple or Android device, you may be able to reset your unique identification used for online behavioural advertising (referred to as a “Advertising ID”).

Browsers: The following links will take you to the help pages for each of the major browsers, where you may learn how to manage cookies:

Please be aware that if you modify some options, our website, apps, and other products and services may not function properly (or at all). You may not be able to purchase things through our websites, for example. You may still be able to place an order by calling our toll-free number. Similar technologies to cookies are used for analytics where you use our apps. Opting out of these and other comparable technologies is currently not possible. Please do not use our apps if you do not want to be involved in our research.

Please keep in mind that you will continue to receive advertising after making these changes; however, it may not be customised to your likely interests based on data acquired from cookies and other similar technologies on your device.

Policy Changes:

We reserve the right to amend this Policy at any time. We will post the new Policy here with an updated effective date if any modifications are made. Please review this Policy on a frequent basis for any updates.

Please contact us at the following address:

Please contact us by email at: if you have any questions or complaints about this Policy, or if you want to exercise any of your GDPR rights.

You can also write to us at the following address:

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