The Justice Initiative Foundation is registered as a not-for-profit Section 8 Company, registered under the Companies Act 2013, CIN: U85320KA2020NPL141154.
Website Design & Content
The Users of the website are defined as all those individuals/organisations that access the website, either by surfing, reading, viewing, using, and/or purchasing the documents and/or subscribing to the services offered on the website. The home page of the website is located at the following www.tji.org.in
Accessing/Using the services of the website constitutes full acceptance of these terms and conditions.
The design and the content of the documents on this website, have been entirely developed by the team and the Justice Initiative Foundation (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) is the sole owner of the design and content in all forms. All of the WEBSITE’s contents and elements (including ergonomics, texts, graphs, images, sounds, videos, programming elements, database – this list shall not be considered exhaustive), together or separately, are the exclusive property of the Justice Initiative Foundation.
Access to the WEBSITE does not represent the recognition of a right, and does not confer any rights, including any intellectual property rights relating to any of the elements or content or information on the WEBSITE, which remain the Justice Initiative Foundation’s exclusive property.
Any representation, reproduction, adaptation or partial or total exploitation of the contents, trademarks, and services provided by the WEBSITE by any means whatsoever without the prior express and written consent of the Company is strictly prohibited and may constitute a counterfeiting infringement or violation of law.
Notwithstanding any information, URL, link, or redirection to the website/portal of any other organisation, that may be provided on the website, the Company is not responsible for any content, views, opinions, or information provided on the website/portal of any other organisation or individual. No cause of action can be maintained by any user against the Company for any default, information, content, or availability of the website/portal of any other organisation or individual.
The Company does not make any representation, warranty or assurance of any kind towards the accuracy, suitability, correctness, completeness or acceptability of the content on the website. It is made abundantly clear that the content available on the website is for information and communication purposes alone and cannot be construed to constitute legal advice, opinion, or professional duty. Users relying on any content of the website, which includes information, graphics, text, image, statistics, graphs, audio or video do so at their own risk and responsibility, and the Company shall not be liable for any loss/claim accruing either wholly or in part, directly or indirectly, from such use.
The Company makes every effort to ensure the smooth functioning of the website. It shall be the sole and exclusive discretion of the Company to suspend, limit or discontinue the website in order to update or change its content, maintenance, or for any reason it may deem fit. The Company shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for non-availability, lack of access, or scheduled or unscheduled disruptions to the WEBSITE.
Keeping information about users secure is very important to the Company. However, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be totally secure. As a result, while the Company strives to protect users’ personal information, it cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information which users send to us, which is done at their own risk. The Company shall not be liable in any manner for the loss of data, information, commission of any offence, or any cause of action arising out of any user accessing the website. No part of the terms and conditions of the website, or the contents of the website shall be construed as any warranty by the Company towards data or informational security, and it is the responsibility of users to prevent any unauthorised access to their personal information, data, or any material they may not wish to disclose.
Information & Data Protection
Any personal data we collect about users (for example when you sign up for an
email list or our blog, etc.) will be used to:
- Provide the user with personalised service
- Operate the website and understand its use, for statistical purposes (number of site visits, average time visitors spend at the site, etc.) and for security purposes
- Manage and process inquiries, registrations, donations and other interactions with users
- Send users information that they have requested or consented to receiving
The Company does not sell, share, or otherwise disclose the information we collect through our website and mobile application, except as mentioned in this policy.
The Company reserves the right to disclose any information to third parties who provide us with various business services, including monitoring and maintaining the websites and with whom we are working to provide users with service or information.
The Company reserves the right to also disclose information where it deems fit, including when it has a reason to believe that such disclosure is necessary to identify, contact, or bring a legal action against any person, group of persons, or organisation which may be causing injury to or interference with the Company’s rights, functioning or property, or those of any third party.
The Company may disclose information when required to do so under law for the fulfilment of any professional or auditing standard, regulatory requirement, or legal request, and in any situation that involves threats to any person’s physical safety or well being. When required by law, such sharing of information will be subject to an agreement with each such service provider, requiring such service provider to comply with data protection requirements.
Additionally, in the event of any request received by law enforcement or the government, or for the investigation into a suspected or actual illegal activity or crime, disclosure of information of users shall be made by the Company. Such disclosure will be the sole prerogative of the Company in accordance with law, and no advance notice, consent, permission, or any communication shall be made with the users.
In the event of the re-organisation, restructuring, or dissolution of the Company, or in compliance with any regulatory framework or law, disclosure of information may be required for auditing purposes, or any other purpose so deemed fit. In such an event, the Company may make any disclosure of information of users that may so be required. Such disclosure will be the sole prerogative of the Company in accordance with law, and no advance notice, consent, permission, or any communication shall be made with the users.
The Company shall not be liable to any action or claim arising out of, either wholly or in part, due to the disclosure of information or data, when such disclosure is in terms of the policy as mentioned in these Terms and Conditions, which the user agrees to by accessing the website.
We may disclose personal data:
- If we are required to do so by law, legal process, statute, rule, regulation, or professional standard, or to respond to a subpoena, search warrant, or other legal request
- In response to law enforcement authority or other government official requests;
- When we believe disclosure is necessary or appropriate to prevent physical harm or financial loss;
- In connection with an investigation of suspected or actual illegal activity; or
- In the event that Justice Initiative Foundation is dissolved or reorganized. Disclosure may also be required for audits or to investigate a complaint or security threat.
Changes to the Policy
The Company reserves the sole right to amend, alter, modify or delete any part of the present Terms and Conditions, in which case the amended terms and conditions will be notified on the website as soon as possible.