Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the IS Themes privacy policy & it will help you to know how we will use your personal information & maintain confidentiality. Check out the policies in detail & get answers to questions related to privacy.

What kind of information is collected?

Basic information that you provide while creating an account, making a purchase/request, and/or sharing your complaint is collected from you. Nothing more than that is kept. It may include personal information like email address, name, contact details, membership plan, transaction ID, etc are stored at our end and will be processed as per the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other legal guidelines advised by the country of the user and are relevant to But you can visit the website anonymously.

Why do we collect your information?

We understand that your data is sensitive but there are multiple reasons for data collection and these are:

  • To improve customer service by maintaining a database of all registered users.
  • To monitor fair use of the website, conduct contest/survey, and process your request.
  • Offer personalize experience according to your requests and chosen products
  • Send notifications through email

The Data Protection Declaration made by the GPL Theme is judicious with the General Public and Business Partners. For further clarification on the terms that are used in our Privacy policy, we have defined them in upcoming sections.


Definition of the terms:

  • Restriction of processing

It refers to the restrictions applied to the personal information which is stored in the database with the objective that they won’t be accessing it in the future.

  • Data Subject

It refers to the person who has an individual identity. Moreover, the personal information of the data subject is processed by a controller and hence it is responsible for processing and keeping the consistency of the data.

  • Pseudonymization

It is the method of handling the data of the “Data Subject”  in such a way that it can’t be recognized or accessed without using any extra information for making a query search. Moreover, extra data is kept independently and its access is dependent on the abstract measures so that personal information is not in an identifiable nature.

  • Individual Data

It refers to the data & information of the individual that help in distinguishing an individual from others. For instance the name, email address, contact details, etc.

  • Processor

It is the individual who is legally responsible for processing the data and working on the behalf of the controller only when the controller gives permission for the same.

  • Recipient

The legitimate individual or organization who will be receiving the personal information of the data subject on request which is abidden by law and the arrangement is according to the relevance and objective of the processing.

  • Profiling

It is an automated process that helps in getting the viewpoint of the characteristic individual & using it for research purposes. It accesses the information of the users and creates analytics according to different parameters. It helps in improving the serves and coming up with better products according to the interest of the “data subjects”.

  • Third-party

The legal entity (individual or organization) other than the data subject, controller, processor, and authorized team members who e under the direct surveillance of the controller and processor. According to the delegation of the author, in some cases, they even have the authority to process the information of data subjects.

  • Controller

The authorized individual or group of individuals who can process data and are often termed as the regulator. The controller is responsible to authenticate individuals and organizations before giving them the authority of processing the formation of the individuals (under the directions given by the law).

Name of the controller: GPL Theme


  • Consent

It is the right given straightforwardly to the controller for processing the information while agreeing to all the terms and conditions and declaring that everything expressed is unambiguous in nature.