Privacy and Cookies Policy
1.1. We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of our website visitors; in this policy we explain how we will treat your personal information.
2.1. All 'credit/debit cards' details and personally identifiable information will NOT be stored, sold, shared, rented or leased to any third parties.
2.2. godesto.com will not pass any debit/credit card details to third parties.
2.3. godesto.com takes appropriate steps to ensure data privacy and security including through various hardware and software methodologies. However, godesto.com cannot guarantee the security of any information that is disclosed online.
2.4. godesto.com is not responsible for the privacy policies of websites to which it links. If you provide any information to such third parties, different rules regarding the collection and use of your personal information may apply. You should contact these entities directly if you have any questions about their use of the information that they collect.
2.5. The Website Policies and Terms & Conditions may be changed or updated occasionally to meet the requirements and standards. Therefore, the Customers’ are encouraged to frequently visit these sections to be updated about the changes on the website. Modifications will be effective on the day they are posted
3.1. A cookie is a small file which is stored on to your computer or mobile device. Cookies are commonly used by websites in order to store things such as user preferences. We use essential cookies and anonymous web analytics cookies, provided by Google, Inc, in order to evaluate how visitors use our site to help us provide you with a better online experience. This information is used for internal purposes only and we do not collect any personal data.
3.3. Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
The Penal Code makes it an offence to publish information that exposes another person to public hatred or contempt, or to make a false accusation which dishonours or discredits another person.
The Cyber crimes law contains similar provisions that prohibit insulting others or attribution to them conduct that would make them the subject of the contempt.
Users who post defamatory statements about another person on a social media platform may find that they breach UAE law.
It is not always essential for the statement to be false in order for it to be considered defamatory. UAE law also protects commercial reputations, so those operating online sites or social media pages that allow the public to provide feedback (eg. about poor service and the like ) should familiarise themselves with the risks to which they may, as site operators, be subject.