LIABILITY FOR CONTENT;

The information on the Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/OzesPurifiers is of a general and
informative nature. They are used for Water Treatment, Support, Services, Training, Research and
Advocacy. The articles do not constitute legal advice and cannot serve to advise in relation to actual
litigation. You should not try to solve a real case due to the information on this page. Let always consult
a specialized lawyer in real situations.

The contents of this page are created with utmost care. However, we point out that the right to the
Internet and related technologies continue to develop which may lead to contradictory information
may be outdated after some time, or inaccurate.

OZES WEBSITE & FACEBOOK;

OZES Purifiers Private limited, hereinafter referred as “OZES”, its websites uses the “Like” and “Share”
buttons of the social network Facebook operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto,
CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”). The plugins are marked with a Facebook logo or the addition “Facebook
Social Plugin”. The buttons can be identified by a blue thumb on a white background.

If you open a page of our website that contains such a plugin, your browser establishes a direct
connection to the Facebook servers. The content of the plugin is transmitted from Facebook directly to
your browser and integrated into the website.

By activating the social plugins, Facebook receives information about which pages of our website you
are visiting. If you are logged in to Facebook, Facebook can allocate the visit to your Facebook
account. If you interact with the plugins, for example by clicking the 'Like’ button or by posting a
comment, the information you give is then sent directly from your browser to Facebook and saved
there.

The aim and extent of this data collection and the further processing and use of the data by
Facebook, as well as your rights in this regard and settings to protect your privacy can be found in
Facebook’s Data Privacy Notice.

If you do not want Facebook to collect information about you on our internet site, you must log out of
Facebook before visiting our website.

COPYRIGHT / EXPLOITATION RIGHTS;

The publications on facebook.com/ OzesPurifiers (Page) are subject to Indian copyright law. Third party
contributions are marked as such. Duplication, editing and any kind of exploitation outside the limits of
copyright require the consent of OZES or the respective author. Downloads and copies which belongs
to the Page are only permitted for private, non -commercial use.

If you want to use the contents of OZES Facebook Page or parts of it, please contact us.

LIABILITY FOR LINKS;

The external links lead to contents of other providers. For these contents only the provider is responsible.
Upon notification of violations, these links will be removed immediately.

NOTE:

OZES Purifiers Private Limited adhere and encompass the Section 66A of the amended Indian
Information Technology Act, 2000. When you access OZES sites, pages and blogs either by means of a
Computer, Computer System, Computer Network or using Mobile Phone, Smart Phone, iPhone, iPad,
Tablet, Smart Devices, Personal Digital Assistants, BlackBerry or any other communication devices, the
following kind of information, you could be covered under Section 66A of the amended Indian
Information Technology Act, 2000 and applicable Cyber Laws of India:-

1. If you swear or abuse somebody, the said swear words could be said to be grossly offensive.
The same could also be said to be having menacing character and your act could come
within the ambit of Section 66A(a) of the amended Indian Information Technology Act, 2000.
2. Anything defamatory which affects the character, reputation, standing or goodwill of a person
could also be deemed to be grossly offensive.
3. Making false allegations against the character of a person or character assassination could
also qualify as grossly offensive and having menacing character.
4. Using insulting words or symbols which are obscene, could also qualify as grossly offensive and
having menacing character.
5. Calling someone names could also be brought within the ambit of being grossly offensive or
having menacing character
6. Posting the picture of a person in uncomplimentary situations and environments could also be
said to be grossly offensive or having menacing character. For example, if you morphed the
photograph of a girl/boy’s face on the face of erotic/nude model’s body, the same could not
only be obscene but could also be grossly offensive and having menacing character.
7. Electronic morphing which shows a person depicted in a bad light could also be seen as an
example of information being grossly offensive or having menacing character.
8. Using vernacular gallies or bad words in English alphabets could also qualify as grossly offensive
or having menacing character.
9. Threatening somebody with consequences for his life, apart from being separate offences,
could be also construed as information which is grossly offensive or having menacing
character.
10. Threatening to expose the ill-deeds of somebody could also qualify as information which has
menacing character.
11. Information containing malicious, mischievous character assassination
12. Information containing morphed pictures aimed at hurting religious sentiments.
13. Information showing gods and goddesses of particular religions in an uncomplimentary light.
14. Putting the picture of a person against a slogan/phrase/saying which does not depict his true
character or personality.
15. Deceiving the addressee or recipient about the origin of such messages. For example, sending
emails from a fake email account to another person, could qualify as an offence under
Section 66A of the amended Indian Information Technology Act, 2000.
16. Further misleading the addressee or recipient about the origin of such messages, e.g. sending
e-mails and SMSs in the name of Reserve Bank of India for big lotteries, could also be brought
under Section 66A of the amended Indian Information Technology Act, 2000.
17. E-mail containing fake recruitment offers to unsuspected members of the public, could also
qualify as an offence under Section 66A of the amended Indian Information Technology Act,
2000.

Wherefore requests for specific legal advice cannot be answered by OZES unfortunately. We rather
request you to take the help of a lawyer. All the legal matters pertaining to OZES are subjected to the
High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad.

OZES Purifiers Private Limited

National Head Quarters:
15-26-140, Road No: 2, 4th Left Lane
KPHB Colony, Kukatpally
Hyderabad – 500040
Telangana, India

+91 9676702978
legal@ozespurifiers.com

Road crashes are not road accidents. They are avoidable and need to be stopped. OZES works to stop road deaths and provides awareness
help and support among road users. Corporate Identity Number: U41000TG2016PTC113104.
Registered with the Registrar of Companies, MCA. ©OZES Purifiers Private Limited and the respective authors.
Disclaimer: OZES is not responsible for the content of external websites.
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