Website Security Policy of Public Grievances Commission, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi, Public Grievances Commission has a responsibility to protect from disclosure to unauthorized parties the personally identifiable information (name, address, date of birth, social security number, etc.) of its website users. Therefore, Public Grievances Commission has adopted and implemented a website security policy to protect account information of its website users.
Notice and Disclosures
Public Grievances Commission will not sell, trade, nor disclose the personally identifiable information of its website users to any unauthorized third parties.
Data Quality and Access
Public Grievances Commission takes all steps possible to ensure that the data on the website is accurate. If something is found to be inaccurate Public Grievances Commission will make every effort to correct said information as quickly as possible. If it is found to be an inaccuracy with the entire system Public Grievances Commission will work swiftly to correct the problem so that your web experience is as trouble-free as possible. Any change to your user account will not be reflected on the website until the following business day. The information contained on the Public Grievances Commission website is subject to change without prior advance notice.
While using the Public Grievances Commission website certain information such as your IP Address and time spent on pages may be collected. This non-personal information is collected in order to monitor any unauthorized use or access to the Public Grievances Commission site. Anyone caught attempting to harm, steal information from, or otherwise damage the Public Grievances Commission website will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Public Grievances Commission takes security very seriously and has therefore taken every precaution to secure our borrowers information. In order to secure the users information, Public Grievances Commission has implemented several security measures to prevent loss, theft, or misuse of any borrower data.