At PastMasterBlogger, we understand the importance of protecting your personal information. Under no case or obligation, until issued by the court or government, we will release any information of our members.
Listed below is in details the types of personal information we receive and collect when you use or visit http://www.pastmasterblogger.com and the way we protect your information.
Collection of Personal Information and Cookies
We do not sell any of your personal information to third parties.
We do not share any of your personal information with third parties nor do we store information that we collect when you visit our blog for using other than analyzing performance of the content/blog using cookies, which you can turn off anytime by modifying the settings of your Internet browser.
We are not responsible for any content of this blog that is republished on other sites without our prior consent. This may change anytime without due notice.
We do collect and use data contained in log files. All the information in these log files include your IP address, your ISP, the browser you used to visit the site, the duration you stayed in the site and the pages you visited throughout the site.
DoubleClick DART and Advertisers
DoubleClick DART cookies
We may use DART cookies to serve ads through Google DoubleClick, which does place a cookie on your computer as and when you are browsing the Internet and visit a website clicking on a DoubleClick advertisement. This cookie allows serving ads based on your interests (interest-based targeting). These ads are served based on your previous browsing history. For example, if you have been viewing Canadian hotels sites, you may be seeing Canadian hotel ads when viewing a weight loss site). DART does use “non-personally identifiable information” but does not track your personal information such as your name, email id, physical correspondence address, phone number, bank account number, credit card number or social security number.
You can choose to opt out of DoubleClick ads that are served on all sites by visiting http://www.doubleclick.com/privacy/dart_adserving.aspx
You may also disable or turn-off cookies from your browser settings or by going to preferences section of programs like Norton Internet Security. But this may affect your interaction with our site and other sites, which includes inability to login to various services or programs.
Deleting your cookies does not mean that you are permanently opting out of the advertisement programs. Only if you have settings in your browser that disallows cookies, that will do. Otherwise, the next time you visit our site, new cookies will be added.
If there are any rules that you do not understand, contact us via the contact form at http://www.pastmasterblogger.com
Published on: 29th August, 2014