Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy – Site (Geek Tech Digital) Geek Tech Digital

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Privacy Dear visitor is of utmost importance to us, and Privacy Policy in this document describes the types of personal information collected by the Geek Tech blog world and how we use that information.

We use third-party advertising companies to display ads, and when you visit the Geek Tech World, as it is entitled to do so these companies use information about your visits to this website (not including your name, address or email or phone number) in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you using the Acknowledgement File.

We are in a world of Geek Tech Digital, we use Google ads as a financial resource outside, so Google Inc. uses cookies to serve ads on our site.

Thus, Google will be able, using the DART cookie, to serve ads « by concern » to users based on their visits to our site.

and it is possible to disable the use of the DART cookie visit the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Log files:
Like many other websites, hence the Geek Tech site’s use of log files. This includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider « Internet Service Providers », date/time stamp, and number of clicks to analyze trends.

Through this process, it is not intended to collect all this information in order to track personal visitors, but they are analytical issues for the purposes of improving the quality of Google’s ads, and is added to that all this information is recorded by us strictly confidential, and remain in the development and improvement of the scope of our site only.

Cookies and web beacons
The company Google makes use of cookies to store information about the preferences of visitors, as well as a special user registration – specific information about the pages that the user accesses or visits, and this step we know the extent of the concerns of visitors and the topics most favored by them so that we can do our part to develop our service content and knowledge appropriate for them.

Add to this that some of the companies that advertise in Geek Tech Digital might look at cookies and Private Network to our site and you, and these companies, for example, the company Google and its Google AdSense advertising is the first company in our ads.

Of course these advertisers, which is the third party in the privacy policy they pursue these data and statistics via Internet protocols in order to improve the quality of their ads and measure their effectiveness.

In addition, these companies as part of the agreements entered into with us are entitled to use other technologies (such as cookies, and network settings, and « JavaScript » codes) for the same purposes listed above, which is to develop the content of advertising for these companies and measure the effectiveness of these ads, without other purposes may harm our visitors in one way or another.

Of course, the Geek Tech Digital site cannot access or control these cookies, even with your permission and allow you to take them from your computer (cookies), and we are not responsible in any way for the illegal use of its that happened.

You should review the privacy policy of the third party in this document (companies mentioned such as Google AdSense) or ad servers for more detailed information about their practices and its various activities.

To review the privacy policy of the advertising program Google AdSense and a Google affiliate please click here

Can collect data for remarketing on the Display Network and Search Network through interest-based ads and sites for visitor policy, you can disable this feature from here .

Finally … We are obligated under the terms of this agreement to show you how to disable cookies, you can do this through your various browser options, or follow through the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

If you need more information or have any questions about our privacy policy, please do not contact us through the contact form, to enter the Contact Us tab.

This page was published on 23/02/2017

This policy articles evolving and changing content at any time we see necessary.