TechIssuesToday is focused on publishing tech news and how-to kinds of articles that actually help readers understand and solve the issues or problems they are facing. Our coverage focus spans any and everything related to technology.

Anyone who visits the site can easily search and access all available information. In addition, readers can also share their thoughts and opinions by commenting on news stories merely by using the native WordPress Comments system that we use.

While we currently don’t, in future we may have social networking accounts on micro-blogging sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc. Readers can follow us on these platforms to receive notifications, share any relevant information, and/or engage in an active conversation.

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Information we collect

Currently, TechIssuesToday isn’t directly involved in collecting any personal user-data, but some third-party services it uses do gather information about users/readers who visit our website. So following is what you need to know in this regard:

WordPress: TechIssuesToday uses WordPress as its content management system (CMS) along with other WordPress services like Comments management. To understand how it uses your data, you can read about WordPress’ Privacy Policy.

Google Analytics: The statistics generated by Google Analytics – a popular web analytics service from Google – does require the service to fetch some user information, something it does using cookies. To know more about Google Analytics in this context, you can head to their Terms of Service page and Google’s generic privacy policy.

Google clearly explains how the company uses data when you use their products like AdSense or Analytics – head here and here for details. You can also know your privacy-related rights by heading here.

Note 1: For revenue generation, we may go for online advertising on our website in near future. We will update the privacy policy as and when that happens.

Information you provide

Reading or exploring articles on TechIssuesToday currently doesn’t require a login or subscription. Users are advised not to share any of their personal information when interacting with other uses/readers in the comments section.

Our Sources

We always try to maintain transparency when it comes to our news sources, giving complete credits to the actual source. We generally use publicly accessible information available on official and unofficial help forums as well as social media platforms.

In case anyone has any issue with us sharing or accessing information originally shared by them, they can reach out to us, and we’ll be happy to address their concern, even if it requires pulling the content from the website.

We do understand people have different privacy concerns. So, if a user wants to share any info privately, they can contact us through email, and depending upon their preference, we may or may not disclose their identity.

Finally, in case we wish to use the information shared with us for a purpose other than those set out in this Privacy Policy, we may ask the concerned person for their consent.

Tips we get

While most sources used in our stories are publicly accessible, sometimes we do receive information in the form of tips. In such cases, unless the tipster specifically stresses we maintain integrity of the information shared by them, we assume we can use, modify, and share it in any way we want.

Legal compulsions

There are several scenarios where-in, if asked, we will provide any kind of information (including user data, if any). These include:

  • Government or law enforcement requests
  • For investigation of security/technical issues, or potential violations of our site’s policies and terms
    To defend against any other direct or indirect harm caused to TechIssuesToday and its properties

While we don’t directly share users’ (or readers’) personal information, we may, at any point in time, share with third-parties aggregate information collected from whatever data we have (including user data). For example, we may reveal how many visitors TechIssuesToday gets per month or week.

Applicability of Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy applies only to the content that we publish on our website. None of it applies to services offered by other companies/websites/publications/blogs or individuals, including sources that we link in articles on our website, and those that link to our site.

Compliance and cooperation with regulatory authorities

We perform regular reviews to make sure everything we do is in line with our privacy policy. In case of any formal complaints, we’ll surely follow up with the complainant to get the matter resolved. If and when any such situation arises, we are open to working with appropriate authorities to resolve the complaints.


TechIssuesToday’s privacy policy may change from time to time. Any changes in privacy policy will be reflected here, so we suggest you keep visiting this page regularly to stay updated – always look out for the ‘Last modified on: date’ at the bottom. Moreover, in case of any significant changes in the policy, readers/users will be specifically notified by us through available channels.

Last modified on:  Feb 23, 2024.