What is a cookie?
We collect certain information when you visit our blog.
When you visit our blog, we may collect certain information, such as:
- Log Files: We use log files to gather information about your visit. This includes your IP address, browser type, the date and time you visited, the pages you viewed, and the duration of your visit.
We use the collected data for the following purposes:
We use the information we collect for the following purposes:
- Statistics: We use Google Analytics to track the performance of our blog and understand how visitors use it.
- Advertisements (Google AdSense:): Our blog uses Google AdSense to display ads. Google AdSense may collect data to personalize ads based on your interests.”
AdSense Ad Personalization:
When ad personalization is enabled, Google uses your information to make ads more relevant. For example, if our website is focused on investment gold and uses Google ads, you will likely see ads for gold coins or bars and related topics.
If ad personalization is disabled, Google does not collect or use your information to create an advertising profile or personalize ads. Ads will still appear but may be less relevant, based on the website’s theme, your search terms, or your location. However, your information can still be used for other purposes, such as measuring advertising effectiveness and preventing fraud.
When you interact with websites or apps using Google, you may be asked if you want to see personalized ads. Google personalizes them only if this option is enabled or if your account meets the required criteria.
You can manage your cookies and opt out of personalized ads by adjusting your browser settings or visiting the AdChoices website. Please note that opting out of personalized ads may not prevent generic ads from being displayed. You can control the information used for ads through ad settings. To control the information collected by Google on these sites and apps, you have several options, including ad settings, ‘My Activity’ to manage data, blocking third-party cookies, deleting stored cookies, and Chrome’s private browsing mode.” More info on Google policy https://policies.google.com/privacy
How can I control my cookie preferences?
How to disable cookies Most web browsers allow you to manage cookie preferences for more precise privacy control. The following links provide instructions for disabling cookie settings in each browser: If you do not wish to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed an add-on to install in your browser, which you can find at the following address: http://goo.gl/up4ND.
- Internet Explorer (http://goo.gl/vFM6gb): In the Tools menu, select “Internet Options.” Click on the Privacy tab. You can configure privacy using a six-position slider that allows you to control the amount of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept all cookies.
- Mozilla Firefox (https://goo.gl/CTkAGV): At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu. Select Options. Choose the Privacy panel. Under the Firefox option, you can choose to use custom settings for your history to configure options.
- Google Chrome (http://goo.gl/fQnkSB): Click the menu in the toolbar. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on the Content settings button. You can configure options under the “Cookies” section.
- Safari (https://goo.gl/PCjEm3 / https://goo.gl/dQywEo): In the settings menu, select “Preferences.” Open the Privacy tab. Select the cookie blocking option of your choice in the “Block Cookies” section. Please note that some functions and the full functionality of the site may not be available after disabling cookies.
If you want to change privacy settings, follow the instructions provided by your mobile browser’s developer. Additionally, below, you will find some examples of links to guide you in changing privacy options on your mobile device:
Last Updated: 18.10.2023