In common with other websites, log files are stored on the web server saving details such as the visitor’s IP address, browser type, referring page and time of visit.
Cookies may be used to remember visitor preferences when interacting with the website.
Where registration is required, the visitor’s email and a username will be stored on the server.
The information is used to enhance the vistor’s experience when using the website to display personalised content and possibly advertising.
E-mail addresses will not be sold, rented or leased to 3rd parties.
E-mail may be sent to inform you of news of our services or offers by us or our affiliates.
If you have subscribed to one of our services, you may unsubscribe by following the instructions which are included in e-mail that you receive.
You may be able to block cookies via your browser settings but this may prevent you from access to certain features of the website.
Cookies are small digital signature files that are stored by your web browser that allow your preferences to be recorded when visiting the website. Also they may be used to track your return visits to the website.
Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to visitors based on their visit to sites they visit on the Internet.
Company must have all rights necessary to create or otherwise obtain User Lists, migrate User Lists to, and use User Lists on, the Google Display Network. Google will not allow another advertiser to use your User List without your consent.
Company may not use User Lists to select or target advertisements (i) based on past or current activity by Users on adult or gambling sites, government agency sites, or sites directed at children under the age of 13 years or (ii) based on other inferred or actual sensitive information (including without limitation, health or medical history or information, financial status or other detailed information pertaining to a person’s finances, racial or ethnic origins, religious beliefs or other beliefs of a similar nature, the commission or alleged commission of any crime, political opinions or beliefs, trade union membership, or sexual behavior or orientation).
Company may not, for the purpose of serving Ads, directly associate and store personally identifiable information (“PII”) with the User Cookie without robust notice of, and the User’s prior affirmative (i.e., “opt-in”) consent.
Company’s use of the User Cookie via a User List is subject to this Interest Based Advertising Policy and the Google Advertising Cookies Policy. Google’s use of User Lists is also subject to this Interest Based Advertising Policy and the Google Advertising Cookies Policy.
Company may not use a User List created via DoubleClick’s Boomerang or User List services on the Web Properties unless the sites from which those User Cookies were compiled (i) properly discloses the data collection and usage contemplated by this Interest Based Advertising Policy and (ii) complies with the privacy and notice requirements of this Interest Based Advertising Policy.
Company grants to Google the right, should Google elect to do so, to display to any User that is part of Company’s User Lists that the User is on at least one of Company’s User Lists, along with displaying Company’s domain or display name.
Google may also, should Google elect to do so or should Customer request Google to do so, label advertisements served based on User Lists with notices or overlays intended to advise Users that the advertisements are based on User Lists, and Company may not modify or obscure these labels.
If Company is using third-party ad serving in order to serve Interest-Based Advertisements, then Company needs to comply with both the Third-Party Ad Serving Policy and this Interest Based Advertising Policy. To the extent there is any conflict between this Interest Based Advertising Policy and the Third-Party Ad Serving Policy then Company needs to comply with the version of the conflicting provision in this Interest Based Advertising Policy.
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