GDPR Policy

Additional Terms for Citizens of the European Union

The use of products and services provided by LinuxFox Private Limited (, hereafter referred to as "LinuxFox", constitutes your agreement to the following "GDPR Policy" in addition to the other terms and conditions mentioned here.

(1) Introduction

LinuxFox Private Limited is incorporated by the Registrar of Companies, Government of India. The following policy is applicable to customers of the European Union, in addition to the privacy policy mentioned here.

(2) Collection of Information

LinuxFox obtains and stores specific account information such as your name, address, telephone number, email address, and payment information such as credit card number and expiration date. We may also record your IP addresses, and any communications addressed to us via email or the online support portal. We use these records to process billing and technical support for services provided to you. From time to time we may also use this information to notify you of new products or offerings as well as communicate any further discounts or changes in your services. We share limited information with companies who conduct analytical and marketing suppression, such as Google and Facebook, which helps us understand how people use our website and services.

(3) Access of Information

Users may access and update their information by logging in at For instructions on how to access or update your information, please contact us.

(4) Complaints and Dispute Resolution

For any complaints regarding your privacy in regards to our collection and use of your information, please contact us.


Mail: LinuxFox Private Limited. 204/A RBC Road, WB 743165, India.

(5) Data Retention

LinuxFox will retain your information for a minimum of the period required by the law. After you no longer have active services, we will retain your account information for a minimum of 7 years.

(6) Merger or Acquisition

In the event of a merger or acquisition, all personal data and information will be transferred to the new entity.