Terms of service


Welcome to the Cube website. This website, and the information, content and services it makes available (which, collectively are referred to as the “Web Site”), is provided to you by Intuor Labs Private Limited with its principal office in Bangalore, India (“Cube” or “We”). These Terms of Use (this “Agreement”) sets forth the terms and conditions governing your use of this Web Site. By accessing or using this Website you accept and agree to be legally bound by this Agreement and our Privacy Policy, as they may be amended or supplemented from time to time. We request you to carefully go through these terms of use (“Terms of Use”) before you decide to avail the Services of Cube. By registering with the Company to avail our Services, you irrevocably accept all the obligations stipulated in these Terms of Use and agree to abide by them. Accessing the Website through any medium, including but not limited to accessing the website through mobile phones, smart phones and tablets, are also subjected to these Terms of Use. These Terms of Use supersede all previous oral and written terms and conditions (if any) communicated to you. By using this Website, you signify your agreement to these Terms of Use as well as the Website (which is hereby incorporated by reference herein).

Policy for NDNC

By using the Website and/or registering yourself at cube.cloud you authorize us to contact you via email or other provided contact details, imparting product knowledge, offer promotional offers running on website & offers offered by the associated third parties, for which reasons, personally identifiable information may be collected. And irrespective of the fact if also you have registered yourself under DND or DNC or NCPR service, you still authorize us to contact you from Cube for the above mentioned purposes till 365 days of your registration with us. This Privacy Policy covers Cube’s treatment of personally identifiable information that Cube collects when you are on the Cube site, and when you use Cube’s services. This policy also covers Cube’s treatment of personally identifiable information that Cube’s business partner shares with Cube. This policy does not apply to the certain Cube products or services, when you visit Cube pages, and when you enter promotions. Cube may also receive personally identifiable information from our business partners. When you registered with Cube, we ask for your name, work email, designation and other proof’s of identity as may be required. Once you register with Cube and sign in to our services, you are not anonymuous to us. Also during registration, you may be requested to register your mobile phone and email id, pager, or other device to receive text messages, and other services to your wireless device. By registration you authorize us to send sms/email alerts to you for your login details and any other service requirements or some advertising messages/emails from us.

Web Site Intended Audience

This Web Site is operated by Cube from its office in Bangalore, India. This Web Site is directed to businesses in India and abroad.

Purposes of Data Collection

We collect information about you because we want to determine what you may like or find interesting, so we can provide you with targeted information and advertising (on our Site, in newsletters, via email and otherwise). In addition, we use data to create statistics and reports where personally identifiable information has been removed and aggregated (such that it is anonymous as regards any specific user) for various business purposes.

No Obligation to Pre-screen User Content

Cube does not have any obligation to pre-screen, edit, or remove any Content provided by Users that is posted on or available through the Web Site. However, Cube will have the right (but not the obligation), in its sole discretion and for any reason, to pre-screen, edit, refuse to accept, remove, or move any such Content.

Disclosure of Data

We keep your personally identifiable information confidential and we generally do not disclose it. But, please note the following clarifications and exceptions:

Our employees and independent contractors have access to some of your personally identifiable information for the purpose of helping us run our business (and not for their own purposes). They access and use such data subject to our instructions, on a 'need to know' basis and under confidentiality and security obligations.

If we ever sell a Site or substantial parts of our business, we may disclose your personally identifiable information to a (prospective) buyer on the condition that such buyer agrees to comply with this Privacy Policy.

We may also share your personally identifiable information to respond to law enforcement requests, court orders or other legal process or if we believe that such disclosure is necessary to investigate, prevent or respond to illegal activities, fraud, and physical threats to you or others or as otherwise required by any applicable law or regulation.

Even though we do not provide any personally identifiable information about you specifically to any advertising customers, they can occasionally find out information indirectly. For example, we frequently agree on target audiences for particular ads (for example, an advertiser may ask us to send certain information on infant safety products to parents with small children who may be particularly interested). If you choose to respond to such targeted advertisements, the advertiser may deduce that you are a member of the target audience to whom we sent the ad.

If you sign up for our services on a third party website, such third party may know—from you— that you signed up on one or our Sites.

Before we disclose your personally identifiable data to a third party for their own business purposes (such as a survey or a sweepstake), we will first obtain your consent, for example via email, click-through, an online opportunity to opt-out or otherwise.

We may share personally identifiable information with affiliated companies.

We freely use and disclose data in anonymous form, for example, in statistics or reports to our advertising customers.

Please remember that if you post any information in areas of our Sites that are generally accessible to users, such as chat rooms and message boards, it will be available to the public.